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Amuse yourself with top-notch Japanese cuisine

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
14th June, 2015
Conor Dempsey, chef and patron of Amuse on Dawson Street, Dublin 2

If you’ve already eaten in Amuse on Dawson Street in Dublin, you’ll know that its chef/patron Conor Dempsey serves up exquisite, Japanese-inspired dishes that are unlike anything you will eat elsewhere in the country.

Amuse took the best newcomer in Dublin award at the recent Restaurants Association of Ireland awards, and Dempsey is continuing to push the boundaries with his choice of ingredients – including wagyu, which he has brought...

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