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Marco Pierre White Dublin

51 Dawson Street, Dublin, Ireland
Marco Pierre White Dublin Review
4 Star Rating
2 April 2018Marco Pierre White Dublin
Tags: Dublin, Ireland, Steakhouse reviewsThe Bill: £65 per head

If you’re looking for a great steak in Dublin then you need look no further than the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse. Having visited previously, my partner and I were looking forward to heading back to this restaurant once more during a recent trip to Dublin. Headed up by Jay Collier, this restaurant promises a lot and fortunately delivers it. The restaurant offers a busy and buzzy atmosphere and boasts an “affordable glamour” ethos, which is evident throughout.

To begin our evening, we decided to indulge in a pre-dinner cocktail. I opted for an Espresso Martini which was mixed with Eristoff Gold vodka, freshly brewed espresso, coffee liqueur and sugar. My partner opted for the Gentleman Jack's Whiskey Sour which saw Gentleman Jack mixed with lemon juice and sugar syrup. Both cocktails were expertly prepared and wonderfully presented; we were suitably impressed.

We made our menu choices and waited in great anticipation of our first course, I chose the tower of fresh Castletownbere crab, which was served with with a pinch of herbs and mayonnaise. The crab was wonderfully fresh and delicate and the minimal accompaniments really allowed for its gorgeous flavour to shine through. My partner chose the Classic Prawn Cocktail, which was served with avocado and marie rose sauce, and once again was wonderfully fresh and beautifully presented.

“The restaurant offers a busy and buzzy atmosphere and boasts an “affordable glamour” ethos, which is evident throughout.“

For our main courses, of course we had to sample the steak. I chose the 8oz Irish fillet served with triple cooked chips and Café de Paris butter, and my partner chose the 10oz Irish ribeye served with triple cooked chips and classic au poivre. As sides, we also added the creamed spinach and the buttered greens. The meat was absolutely sublime and was perfectly cooked to our preference; we could not fault anything about our choices.

To accompany our meal, we chose a bottle of the 2014, Château Fongaban, Ac Côtes De Castillon, Bordeaux, France, which was the perfect addition, with wonderful black cherry flavours.

Overall we were delighted with our visit to the Marco Pierre Steakhouse and it comes highly recommended by us a as a great restaurant at which to silence your steak cravings in Dublin.

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