Gillian Nelis on dining out: Get thee to a Tannery and treat your taste buds
A quarter of a century after it first opened its doors, Paul and Máire Flynn’s acclaimed restaurant in Dungarvan remains one of the shining lights of Ireland’s food scene
In many ways, I’ve got Dungarvan in Waterford to thank for the fact that I write this column, because it was a visit many moons ago to the town’s West Waterford Festival of Food that really fired my interest in the Irish food scene.
Specifically, it was a dinner in the Tannery restaurant where Fergus Henderson, the legendary English nose-to-tail chef, served up some of his best-known dishes to a packed dining room. Between the ...