Cuisine of consummate craftsmanship

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Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
21st February, 2016
Craft in Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6W: an appealing mixture of modern Irish food and Asian influence Picture: Feargal Ward

Craft

Chef: Philip Yeung

Another week, another new restaurant in Dublin. It’s been a pretty good six months or so for anyone seeking out new dining experiences in the capital, with the city’s thriving economy encouraging a new generation of young chefs to strike out on their own.

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