When Anthony Bourdain visited Dublin on his show The Layover Season 2 Episode 6, he and his crew picked many restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased on The Layover – Anthony Bourdain Dublin, all in a convenient list:
The Palace Bar offers over a hundred selections of Irish
whiskey. Tony also suggested the bar at The Four Seasons (now InterContinental Dublin),
the hotel where he stayed for this episode. Another suggestion was Coppinger Row for hand-crafted
DISH – Meat Charcuterie, Spicy King Prawns, Rolled Lamb’s Belly, and
WHAT IS IT?
Meat Charcuterie – a plate of cured red deer and Irish
mortadellas, served with a Clementine mustard; Spicy King Prawns – pan-seared
king prawns with lemon, chili, garlic and smoked paprika butter; Rolled Lamb’s
Belly – with sweetbreads and fresh asparagus, served with soubise; Porterhouse
Steak – short loin steak cut meant for sharing.
While Tony had dinner at The Chophouse in Ballsbridge, he
also suggested Chapter One
for a more traditional fine dining experience with modern Irish cuisine.
Another suggestion was The
Winding Stair, a combination of book shop and cafe, with an emphasis on
organic ingredients and an extensive wine list.
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