Restaurant review: A little piece of heaven where the stars appear limitless

Aimsir in Celbridge collected two Michelin stars within months of opening and, on this evidence, looks set to become the first Irish restaurant ever to have three

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
18th September, 2021
Restaurant review: A little piece of heaven where the stars appear limitless
Jordan Bailey of Aimsir restaurant at Cliff at Lyons, Co Kildare. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Aimsir, The Cliff at Lyons

Celbridge, Co Kildare

01-6303500, aimsir.ie

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