What Beyoncé chose from the menu - Feast fit for a queen at 'Masterchef' star's Dublin eaterie
Published 10/03/2014 | 18:21
Dublin eaterie Fade Street Social laid on a feast fit for a Queen last night.
The popular gastro bar welcomed international pop star Beyoncé Knowles and her husband rapper Jay-Z after her sell out gig at the O2 arena.
Beyoncé tucked into the pumpkin flatbreads (€17) garnished with fresh rosemary, parmesan, onion purée, sliced chestnut and fried mushroom.
Her husband Jay-Z went for a classic strip steak and a serving of chips.
The pair arrived at the restaurant, which is owned by 'Masterchef' star Dylan McGrath, around 11pm.
"Usually the kitchen is closing around then but we held on for a few minutes to accommodate them," a spokesperson for the restaurant said. "They were extremely nice and friendly and left very happy."
After the meal, the couple jumped into a blacked out car and made their way to The Fitzwilliam Hotel where the family are staying in the Penthouse Suite.
Beyoncé photographed leaving the Dublin eaterie Photo: John Dardis
More than 14,000 fans made their way to the O2 on Sunday for the second of her sold-out run of shows.
Backstage at the O2, Beyoncé has installed a nursery for her daughter Blue Ivy.
Meanwhile, the power couple were spotted availing of the rare Irish sunshine in Phoenix Park this evening.
Beyoncé and Jay Z brought daughter Blue Ivy out into the fresh air and spent half an hour in the Phoenix Park visitors' centre playground.
They left their hotel in a convoy of three blacked out people carriers at 4.45pm and arrived in the park at 5.15pm.
Bey, husband Jay Z and daughter Blue Ivy in the park today Photo: John Dardis