Howth at sunset - Dublin, Ireland - Travel photography - photo by Giuseppe Milo under CC BY 2.0
Howth at sunset - Dublin, Ireland - Travel photography - photo by Giuseppe Milo under CC BY 2.0

IRELAND: ALL OF THE RESTAURANTS PICKED BY ANTHONY BOURDAIN ON NO RESERVATIONS

When Anthony Bourdain visited the North Atlantic island of Ireland on his show No Reservations Season 3 Episode 1 (originally aired January 1st, 2007), he and his crew picked many restaurants. Here are all the addresses and the dishes showcased on No Reservations – Anthony Bourdain Ireland, all in a convenient list:

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DISH – Irish Stew, and Steak and Guinness Pie

WHAT IS IT?

Irish Stew – lamb shoulder, carrots, onions and potatoes, served with soda bread and butter; Steak and Guinness Pie – tender beef steak, mushrooms and onions in Guinness gravy, topped with a puff pastry lid and served with creamy Irish champ, seasonal greens and glazed Chantenay carrots.

WHERE IS IT?

The Crown Liquor Saloon
46 Great Victoria St
Belfast, United Kingdom

ANTHONY BOURDAIN IRELAND NOTES

On this episode, Tony mentioned this is the most famous pub in Belfast.

DISH – Oriental Appetizer Plate, Irish Steak, and Irish Lamb Loin

WHAT IS IT?

Oriental Appetizer Plate – a platter of oriental appetizers like salmon teriyaki, tempura prawn, sushi, and Japanese-style ceviche, and lobster and chicken wontons in buttery, spicy lobster jus; Irish Steak – Irish beef fillet with miso glaze, with a wild rice potato pancake (at Cayenne, it is served with an Asian-style herb salad); Irish Lamb Loin – with spiced potatoes (at Cayenne, it comes with kimchi).

WHERE IS IT?

Cayenne
24-31 Shaftesbury Square
Belfast, United Kingdom

ANTHONY BOURDAIN IRELAND NOTES

The restaurant closed for good on March 24, 2013.

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DISH – Tandoori Chicken, Vegetable Samosa, Pakora, and Vegetable Curry

WHAT IS IT?

Tandoori Chicken – chicken marinated in spices and yoghurt, and roasted in a tandoor; Vegetable Samosa – fried pastry with a savory vegetable filling; Pakora – fried battered vegetables; Vegetable Curry – vegetables cooked in curry sauce.

WHERE IS IT?

Madina Street Food Co
60 Mary St
North City, Dublin 1, Ireland

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ANTHONY BOURDAIN IRELAND NOTES

Madina Asian Food Company offers a taste of India in Dublin.

DISH – Boiled Periwinkles, Clams and Mussels in Cream and Garlic, Broiled Razor Clams, Steamed Dublin Bay Prawns, Raw Oysters, and Irish Lobster

WHAT IS IT?

Boiled Periwinkles – periwinkles boiled in water; Clams and Mussels in Cream and Garlic – clams and mussels, pureed shallots, white wine and Irish cream; Broiled Razor Clams – razor clams cooked in direct radiant heat; Steamed Dublin Bay Prawns – quickly steamed langoustines; Raw Oysters – served on a half-shell; Irish Lobster – perfectly steamed Irish lobster.

WHERE IS IT?

King Sitric Restaurant & Accommodation
E Pier
Howth, Dublin, Ireland

ANTHONY BOURDAIN IRELAND NOTES

According to Tony, “no one whips up better or fresher shellfish in Howth” than King Sitric.

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