One year on after opening up in a blaze of publicity, Cleaver East is ready to reveals it’s first dinner menu. The menu has been inspired by understanding people’s dining habits over the past 12 months, Oliver’s original vision was to create a series of small plates to see which tempted in the city diners.
Legend has it in the mighty folklore of “Irish-ness” that the original Irish “Foodie” was none other than the Great Irish Mammy! Yes, Mrs Brown and the like managed to turn the meagre potato, limp cabbage and the cheapest cut of meat into a culinary masterpiece fit for a king and his entourage!
An Evening with Nick Munier plus dinner in Dublin Wine Rooms. Included in the ticket you will receive a scrumptious two courses of classic French food and a glass of Prosecco on arrival. Expect an experience steeped in food and art. Nick will be displaying his art against the walls of wine and eclectic decor of one of Dublin’s coolest wine bars.
DINING OUT OFFER
Cleaver East 2 Course Lunch for 2 only €29.95 by Michelin Star Chef Oliver Dunne. This offer is a really treat this Christmas either for yourself, for a friend or as the Office kris kindle. Whoever gets this treat will enjoy the new lunch menu, with 2 courses of the highest standard per person and lunch in the uber cool Cleaver East restaurant.
When you first step inside what’s dubbed as ” a subterranean den of delight” first thing that strikes you is the opulent vintage surroundings. Having just celebrated their first birthday The Liquor Rooms has quickly established itself as a very popular and unique Dublin venue.
NEW RESTAURANT FEATURE
With Parisian and New York influences, Balfes is a new all-day dining brasserie and bar in the heart of Dublin 2’s Creative Quarter. Located on Balfe Street, where Grafton Street and the Creative Quarter meet, Balfes features a 20 seater outdoor terrace, a zinc-covered bar, open kitchen and is open from 8am until late Monday to Friday and from 10am until late Saturday and Sunday.
CRAFT BEER FEATURE
What sums up to me the Craft Beer Revolution in this country is the choice and range of craft beers available to people, both in growing numbers of bars, but in an ever increasing amount of Off Licences. It seems our consumption of alcohol habits are changing, both in where we purchase, and what we are consuming. We are importing a lot of great beers from overseas, in turn our brewers are starting to produce their own take on these beers, and we’re having great fun on on this journey of discovery. One of the things that has come along almost under the radar is the humble Growler.