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Dublin: 13 °C Tuesday 4 August, 2020

A Dublin restaurant has just received its first Michelin star

Heron & Grey, based in Blackrock, was given the accolade this afternoon.

A DUBLIN RESTAURANT has this afternoon been awarded a coveted Michelin star award.

Heron & Grey, which is located in Blackrock, south Dublin, received the honour for being “quirky, innovative and original”.

The good news was announced this afternoon via Twitter.

Located on Blackrock’s Main Street, Heron & Grey is a restaurant whose owners say “is focused on serving modern international cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere with a menu that changes on a bi-weekly basis.”

The addition of Heron & Grey to the Guide increases to 10 the overall number of Michelin star restaurants in the Republic of Ireland.

Others that hold their awards from previous years are:

  • Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Chapter One, L’Ecrivain and The Greenhouse in the capital.
  • Aniar and Loam restaurants based in Galway city.
  • Campagne and Lady Helen at Mount Juliet Hotel in Kilkenny.
  • House Restaurant at Cliff House Hotel, Ardmore in Waterford.

Eipic and Ox in Belfast also retained their stars.

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