Variety Jones: Time to start keeping up with the Joneses

Variety Jones

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
15th March, 2020
Variety Jones: Time to start keeping up with the Joneses
The Michelin-starred Variety Jones on Thomas Street in Dublin 8 where diners can choose from a five-, six- or seven-course tasting menu. Picture: Maura Hickey

I take my hat off to anyone who puts a chef’s table in their restaurant. Personally I can’t imagine anything worse than someone eyeballing me as I go about my work – passing remarks on my outfit, judging my lunch choices, that kind of thing.

I can understand why customers love sitting at a chef’s table though; there’s something pretty cool about getting to see the inner workings of a kitchen....

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