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Churchtown Stores, Dublin 14 - Eva H
We stopped by Churchtown Stores this week and firstly what a fantastic menu for a pub! Totally different to your average pub grub, and very well priced for the standard of food. Ian Marconi from Jack Rabbit is responsible for the food in there and serves up some fantastic looking and tasting dishes! I had the Sweet-fire Chicken - buttermilk fried chicken breast in a honey and pomegranate 'dunk', with black garlic aioli, house roasted peanuts, herby yogurt, fried shallots, pickled rainbow carrots and toasted seeds.
I'd give it 10/10 for bar food - presented so well, packed with flavour and textures, which are all so well balanced, and the portion size was more than enough!
Burnt Cabbage at Nell's Wine Bar, Cork - Joanne C
Eaten at Nell’s Wine Bar in Cork, with chef Epi Rohan in the kitchen (ex Paradiso). Mealagulla burnt cabbage with Cashel Blue and chili crunch. Honestly amazing. The Cashel Blue didn’t dominate and was utterly mellow.
French Toast at 51 Cornmarket, Cork - Laura T
The French toast with honeycomb butter and bacon at 51 Cornmarket is hands down the best thing I've eaten recently. The perfect balance of sweet and savoury - pillowy soft French toast like none I've experienced in Ireland before, Fabulous service and cosy interiors. Even better that it's in Cork!