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Tried and Tasted: Mansour's move is a real treat for Dublin

If you've eaten at Deanes in Belfast or the Salty Dog in Bangor over the past decade, you'll have tasted the sublime creations of pastry chef Montacer 'Monto' Mansour.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
24th March, 2012
Montacer 'Monto' Mansour has been snapped up by the Ely restaurant chain.

If you've eaten at Deanes in Belfast or the Salty Dog in Bangor over the past decade, you'll have tasted the sublime creations of pastry chef Montacer 'Monto' Mansour.

He's now moved to Dublin to work for Erik and Michelle Robson, owners of the Ely restaurant chain, and is based in their bar and brasserie in the IFSC.

Mansour's handmade truffles manage to taste luxurious and light at the same time - expect flavours like...

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