Review on Portmarnock Hotel, Osborne Brasserie
Famed for its prestigious 'Bernhard Langer' golf links, this hotel has a glorious seaside location and has been cleverly designed so that all rooms have impressive views. The grand nineteenth-century mansion was once home to the Jameson family (kings of Irish whiskey), but it now serves as a top-flight business and leisure retreat just 15 minutes from Dublin airport.
Named after the artist Walter Osborne (who painted the view from the hotel), the main restaurant is a strictly formal affair below stairs (but overlooking the gardens). Dinner menus tread a modern European path, kicking off with scallops in filo pastry with pea purée and herb velouté or terrine of braised ham shank and foie gras with pickled mushrooms. Main courses might range from seared fillets of black sole with mussel, clam and lobster ragoût to breast of Challon duck with plum and mango compote, while desserts bring on board things like raspberry délice.
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Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 6.00pm - 10.00pm
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card, American Express