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4 Must-Eat-In Restaurant Spots From A Superstar Chef


By Eoin Higgins
15th Sep 2017
4 Must-Eat-In Restaurant Spots From A Superstar Chef

Superstar Chef Robin Gill shares his top meals at his favourite restaurants

Breakfast

Juniors, Dublin

Juniors is a local favourite in Dublin 4. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner and are always packed to the rafters. Run by two brothers, this tiny little venue hits the mark big time. They serve great coffee too with proper, friendly Dublin charm but it’s their famous BLT that is seriously brilliant when it comes to pulling? in the punters. The amazing tomato relish and American style bacon soak into the big thick slices of ciabatta, if you manage to finish it, it should set you up for the day ahead hitting the best of Dublin’s pubs and sights.?juniors.ie

Lunch

Ristorante Conca Del Sogno, Naples

I worked in this beautiful part of the world for a couple of years during my training and this is a big secret that I am probably foolish for sharing … In my opinion, Conca del Sogno is the best restaurant in the world! The dining terrace has breathtaking views over the Amalfi coast and serves the best in southern Italian cuisine. Try the linguine vongole or another classic: spaghetti zucchini. But sometimes it’s better not to even look at a menu and just go with what the Signora suggests and savour every second. Oh, and this place is only accessible by boat. How James Bond is that??concadelsogno.it

Dinner

Uncle Boons, New York

This is the best Thai food I have ever tasted, actually, it’s some of the best food I have ever tasted, full-stop.? They also have a serious cocktail list, try the?Kaffir Daiquiri or wash down the crazy?hot spice of the chicken salad with their beer slushy; it’s perfectly held in a rotating/cooling machine so that it has the silky texture of a blended, frozen margarita. They serve late on Fridays and Saturdays until midnight so I would go with a group of mates and order everything and make a real night of it.?uncleboons.com

Drinks

Bar Termini Soho, London

This tiny little spot in Soho is my favourite haunt in London. The slick service from the starched-white-blazered guys is so much fun. The music is always brilliant too and I never leave before closing. They are open seven days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can actually reserve a space, which is advisable as it’s a tiny little bar that fills up quickly. They have won every award going and deservedly so, they are consistently on point and make you feel like you’re an old pal when you walk in. Pure class.?bar-termini.com