This small, stylish restaurant on the main street in Greystones is run by three brothers, Brian, Paul and Colin Quinn, who bring together local foods and international inspiration to create innovative menus with real style.
The dinner menu has a smart edge, perhaps including dishes such as a speciality saddle of rabbit with sage and black pudding stuffing, while the lunch and brunch menus are more relaxed, offering tasty, fresh tasting combinations like a dish of corn fritters with crispy pancetta, avocado and tomato.
Attention to detail is seen in good side orders, including proper freshly cut chips. The flavours of North Africa and Arab cooking may be seen in some dishes, perhaps including a delicious dessert like Medjoul dates soaked in espresso, star anise and cinnamon, and served with vanilla mascarpone and shortbread.
There’s welcome originality here, also well informed service and fair pricing on both food and wine.