Food & Drink

Wednesday 30 July 2014

Three to try

Gastropub Grub

Published 16/03/2014|02:30

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The Purty Kitchen

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4 Old Dunleary Road,

Monkstown,

Co Dublin.

Tel: (01) 284-3576

www.purtykitchen.com

Style

The Purty Kitchen won RAI 2013 Best Gastropub. Check out their new Saturday dinner and show, €29

Price

Mains, €15.50-€22.90; two-course value menu, Mon-Thu, €22

Try

Pan-seared monkfish with courgette, peas, cream mash, and Boston shrimp in prawn bisque sauce, €22.90

Wine

From €22; tasting tray of 3 artisan draught beers, €6

The Brook Inn

Sallybrook,

Glanmire,

Co Cork.

Tel: (021) 482-1498

www.thebrookinn.ie

Style

Head chef, Greg Murphy, grandnephew of Sean Kinsella of Mirabeau Restaurant fame, wields the pots and pans. Great steaks include a 20oz rib-eye

Price

Mains, €16.95-€27.95; early bird two-course Mon-Thu, €21.50

Try

Pan-fried sea bream fillets with roasted red pepper risotto, cherry tomatoes, baby spinach and curried parsnip crisps, €24.95

Wine

From €21.20; craft beers

Ashtons GastroPub

11 Vergemount,

Clonskeagh,

Dublin 6.

Tel: (01) 283-0045

www.ashtonsgastropub.ie

Style

Ashtons does a great range of food, from steak on the stone to French-style braised dishes

Price

Mains, €14-€25; set three-course menu Mon-Thu, €20

Try

Eight-hour braised lamb shoulder with turnip, celeriac puree, baby carrots and rosemary potatoes, €18

Wine

From €19.50; cool gin menu

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