Review on Le Bon Crubeen
Le Bon Crubeen is a welcome addition to the Talbot Street dining scene in Dublin having been voted Dublin's favourite restaurant in The Dubliner Top 100 Restaurant Guide 2011, as well as scooping the Best Casual Dining Restaurant 2010 from the Irish Restaurant Awards. This smart north city centre brasserie features a long modern bar with comfortable banquette seating, polished wood tables, as well as granite topped tables.
Ingredients are sourced from the finest Irish suppliers to produce his seasonal menu of classic French dishes, that are packed full of fabulous natural flavours. Kick off with Galway Bay crab beignet served with chorizo, Romesco sauce and shaved fennel or goats cheese wrapped in kaitafi pastry with Basque style stew and Seville orange. While main courses take in braised daube beef with truffle celeriac puree, pomme fondant, chateaux vegetables and herb béarnaise or roasted halibut with gnocchi, caramelized smoked chorizo, fennel puree and lobster bisque. Desserts bring on board classics such as Eaton Mess, Italian meringue, Chantilly cream, fresh strawberries and strawberry sorbet or maybe a bread and butter pudding served with vanilla Anglaise and rum and raisin ice cream. There is a well chosen global wine list offering good value to complement the food.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 through until
Dinner: 10.00pm (5.00 - 10.00pm Sun)
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card