Want to win a Prix Fixe Dinner for 2 people, with a glass of wine each plus a Nutella Cheese Cake Martini for dessert? All you have to do is Follow San Lorenzo’s on twitter and tell them which song they should add to their awesome playlist. Please reply to the tweet below and dont forget to RT the competition. Best of Luck!
— TheTaste.ie (@Thetaste_ie) November 6, 2014
The Prix Fixe Dinner Menu…
About San Lorenzo’s…
Temple Garner has previously received the Michelin award ‘Bib Gourmand’(Red M) at The Mermaid Cafe and was the head chef, co-owner and founder of Town Bar and Grill in 2004-2009. He went on to open Dilinger’s restaurant in Ranelagh for John Farrell and in 2011 opened San Lorenzo’s, a modern Italian New York style restaurant in the heart of Dublin city. San Lorenzo’s is also home to the #brunchofchampions , hailed as the best brunch in Dublin.
We are situated on Georges street, Dublin 2, close to Temple Bar, the Grafton street area, Christchurch and Trinity College. With high quality ingredients and laid back casual style, we are now the hottest restaurant for locals and those visiting Dublin for quality Italian food with a NYC twist. And course our famous brunch!
A note on their Ingredients…
We believe in seasonal, locally sourced Irish produce where possible. Our pork is single farm Co.Wicklow, our beef is Leinster, Hereford or Angus cross breed, our lamb is Co. Kildare Curragh grass fed, our chickens are barnyard humanly reared and our fish and seafood is sustainable and mostly from our Irish Coastal waters. We make all our own pastas, breads and all our desserts and ice creams. Virtually everything is made in house. We delight in preparing the best Ireland has to offer.
San Lorenzos has received excellent reviews…
“An unbeatable brunch” – Irish Times Magazine
“Justifying the buzz” – Irish Examiner
“Pulsing with flavours of Italy and New York: Cusine par excellence” – Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail
“ The portions are monstrous, especially considering the price ” – Insider Magazine
“The most exciting restaurant opening in Dublin since 1998!” – Ernie Whalley, The Sunday Times
“ a new and welcome addition…faultless food and fun atmosphere means it’s here to stay” – Katy McGuinness, The Gloss Magazine
“We oohed and we ahhed….the hotpot was a little pot of heaven. It was exquisite, the lamb was extraordinarily tender.” – Aingeala Flannery, The Irish Independent
“Food that would tempt a saint… the first nibble confirmed that this was a kitchen that really cared…every morsel was a delight…you realize there’s a real master in the kitchen” – Ross Golden-Bannon, Sunday Business Post
“Dublin’s first New York Italian…diabolically good.” – Maggie Armstrong, The Dubliner Magazine
“Excellent…eye-rollingly good…an honest- to-goodness approach, no frills, just good food” – Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times