When you go to The Larder, you’ll discover a selection immediately impressive, with the many dishes present created to pair well with the many beers brewed in the restaurant’s very own brewhouse. The craft ales present range from strong 6.1% IPA ale, to mid-strength 4.5% Blonde – the proprietor, having long brewed his own beer, wanted to add a unique touch to the restaurant and did so in 2014. He took the same approach with the food; in the premise’s gardens are herbs, a large vegetable patch and fruit trees.
The menu is a good mix of traditional Irish meals and all-time favourites; beef burgers, braised lamb shank plus cod and shallots all feature. Continental favourites like gouda cheeses also make a showing. Service is spectacular with the atmosphere lovely; bare brick walls meet plush seating and big windows to set that spectacular mood diners go to savour. With a great lunch menu and gourmet coffee on offer, The Larder doubles as a fantastic cafe to stop off at between your adventures or workday in Dublin.
|The Larder, 8 Parliament Street, Dublin 2, D02 E180, Ireland.
|+353 1 633 3581