Sunday August 9, 2020

Restaurant review: An evening of succulent classics in an elegant setting

Wilde may not have the most cutting-edge cuisine, but many will be more than happy with what it does have to offer

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
2nd August, 2020
This isn’t the place to come if you’re looking for cutting-edge cuisine, or if you’re on a tight budget. Picture: Fergal Philips

Wilde at The Westbury

Harry Street, Dublin 2

01-6463352, wilde.ie

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