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:
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.
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?
24-31 Shaftesbury Square
Belfast, United Kingdom
ANTHONY BOURDAIN IRELAND NOTES
The restaurant closed for good on March 24, 2013.
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.
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.
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