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22 dishes served in Ireland’s newest Michelin star restaurants

So many quenelles, so little time.

#OX #belfast #venison #tastingmenu #awesome Source: shauntaylor1218

TODAY THE MICHELIN Guide has revealed the UK and Ireland restaurants it deems worthy of its swanky Michelin Star ratings and there are four new Irish eateries in the book.

Dublin’s The Greenhouse, Galway’s Loam and two Belfast restaurants - Ox and Eipic have all gained the prestigious star beside their names.

Here’s what they have on offer…

The Greenhouse, Dublin

Roast guinea fowl with root vegetables, cep cream, blackberries, croissant velouté, roast celeriac etc etc. Good God:

Roast guinea fowl, root vegetables, cep cream, blackberries (topped with criossant velouté and on tge left is divine roast celeriac wrapped in lardo and topped with crispy onions). Gorgeous. Main course at The Greenhouse in Dublin from the €34 3 course lunch menu. Dubliners, if you have not been, GO. Source: eatlikeagirl

Foiegras with blood orange, beetroot and macadamia:

Foie gras au torchon, parfait foie gras, blood orange, beetroot, macadamia#foiegras#bloodorange# thegreenhouse#thegreenhouserestaurantdublin#dublin Source: anti_procrastination

Open lasagne of scallop, lardo and wild garlic:

Open Lasagna of Scallop, Lardo and Wild Garlic! Absolutely Amazing! Me and Fernando went to the Greenhouse for the tasting Menu, was lovely! #scallop #lasagna #lardo #wildgarlic #vsco #vscocam #vscofood #foodstagram #instafood #thegreenhouse Source: emilie.lynam

Grouse:

Grouse. All sorts of delicious. #thegreenhouse #lovedublin #loveirishfood Source: biabeatha

Passion fruit soufflé:

And the best desert - passion fruit souffle. @glamourpuds this was out second dessert after I commented on how great it was Source: deirdren

Chocolate, caramel, peanuts, banana ice cream:

Chocolate, caramel, peanut, banana icecream#thegreenhouse #thegreenhousedublin #dublin #food Source: anti_procrastination

Loam, Galway

Lamb shoulder, turnip and damson:

Lamb shoulder, turnip, damson @ Loam in Galway #finedining #lamb #galway #food Source: glassredwine

Monkfish liver in broth :

Monkfish liver in broth - strange but great #foodies Source: r0gsch

Duck

Picture perfect #duck #thirdcourse #loam #galway Source: pernillemelsted

Whiskey ice cream:

Whiskey Ice Cream for #dessert when out for Anne and Nialls birthday dinner #Whiskey #IceCream Source: nicachino

Goats milk ice cream with caramel and squid ink:

Second dessert. Perhaps the best I have ever had (that doesn't include whipped cream). Superb! Source: pernillemelsted

Egg yolk brulee:

Always something different... look at the egg in my desert!! so delicious!!! #desert #foodporn #eggwhite #meringue #eggyolk #brulee #icecream #galway #ireland Source: karo.kopec

OX, Belfast

Duck foie gras with cauliflower puree:

Duck foie gras with cauliflower purée, meatball ryme nuts & celeriac snap Source: chlonymcm

Venison:

#OX #belfast #venison #tastingmenu #awesome Source: shauntaylor1218

Hake:

#oxbelfast #oxrestaurant #flawlessasalways Source: natloveschoos

Scallop and egg yolk with hazelnuts:

Amazing dinner @oxbelfast . Scallop, yolk, hazelnuts #belfast Source: gemconnolly

Polenta cake in a honey-toffee sleeve, filled with poached apricots, marscapone and pecan:

Polenta cake in a honey-toffee sleeve, filled with poached apricots, mascarpone and pecan. It's been years since I've been impressed by a dessert. Bravo OX pastry chef, mightily well done. Source: fourseasonsoffood

Chocolate cake:

Who said we don't eat well in UK??? :) #picoftheday #miammiam #yummy #lifestyleblog #chocolatecake #belfast #ox #dessertoftheday #gourmet Source: amalgamebyamal

DeanesEipic, Belfast

Turbot:

talbot Source: @karen_mcK

Guinea fowl:

fowl Source: @deanes_epic

John Dory:

john Source: @Deanes_Eipic

Warm chocolate mousse:

warm Source: @Deanes_Eipic

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud kept its two star rating, while Campagne, Aniar, Chapter One, Cliff House Hotel, The Lady Helen and L’Ecrivain all held on to their one stars. Thorntons and Bon Appetite lost their stars.

Written by Emer McLysaght and posted on DailyEdge.ie

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