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Éan restaurant review: “The bill comes to €168.50 before service, but less greedy people could get away with spending far less and have an equally enjoyable time.”

I’ve wanted to visit Éan, a sibling of the Michelin starred Loam, since it opened last year. And now that I’ve been, I can’t wait to go back.

A bib gourmand landed a few months ago, with Michelin acknowledging its high-quality, good-value cuisine, noting that “very seasonal, locally-sourced, artisanal ingredients play a key role”. The chef is Christine Walsh, who has one of those resumes littered with clayey establishments like Chapter One, Noma and allta, making the prospect of eating her food very enticing indeed.

https://www.independent.ie/life/food-drink/food-reviews/ean-restaurant-review-the-bill-comes-to-16850-before-service-but-less-greedy-folk-could-get-away-with-spending-far-less-and-have-just-as-lovely-a-time-41571813.html Éan restaurant review: “The bill comes to €168.50 before service, but less greedy people could get away with spending far less and have an equally enjoyable time.”

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