Tuesday September 22, 2020

Appetites whetted in advance of Aimsir

The much-hyped new restaurant at The Cliff in Lyons estate near Celbridge in north Kildare, was originally due to open in November, but building delays now mean it won’t happen until March

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
14th October, 2018

Aimsir, the much-hyped new restaurant at The Cliff in Lyons estate near Celbridge in north Kildare, was originally due to open in November, but building delays now mean it won’t happen until March.

In the meantime, chef Jordan Bailey and his wife Majken Bech-Bailey, who will be looking after front of house, will cook for six nights next month in one of the restored cut-stone cottages on the grounds of the estate. Called...

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