Tuesday January 28, 2020

O’Reilly rides again with some Fino dining

I’ve been filled with regret ever since I ate at Del-Fino, but not because of anything I ate. No, it’s because of something I didn’t eat...

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

@gnelis
4th November, 2018
Del-FIno in Dublin 2: Cabinteely’s loss is Camden Street’s gain Pic: Maura Hickey

21 Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2

Chef: Alan O’Reilly

I’ve been filled with regret ever since I ate at Del-Fino, but not because of anything I ate. No, it’s because of something I didn’t eat: the roasted loin of wild roe deer with foie gras, cauliflower and red wine that was on the specials menu for €28.50.

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