Friday February 21, 2020

101 Great Irish Restaurants: Munster

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

4th March, 2018

Fans of one of Ireland’s finest gourmet getaways will have been nervous to hear that the enormously talented chef David Hurley departed Gregan’s at the end of last year, but rest assured: replacement Robbie McCauley has the culinary innovation and technical chops to ensure standards remain as high as ever.

He will also certainly bring his own influences to the fore, including a serious commitment to high-quality local produce as evidenced...

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