Fine dining comes home as high-end restaurants offer meals to go
Providing takeaway is helping to keep high-quality dining establishments afloat during the pandemic
Squid in a saltwater cream instead of a spice bag, and a beef shortrib with fermented mushrooms rather than a burger. Welcome to the world of the high-end takeaway, a world that is providing a lifeline to some Irish restaurants closed by Covid-19.
Two of the country’s Michelin-starred restaurants – Campagne in Kilkenny and Liath in Dublin – are now offering food to go, as are other fine-dining locations like Potager in Skerries, Gregans Castle...
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