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The Table Talk


By IMAGE
14th Mar 2014
The Table Talk

Haven’t heard of The Table? You’ve been missing out. Hidden quietly away in Portobello’s canalbank neighbourhood you’ll find the foodie favourite that’s a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it spot. Owned by the foodie kings behind The Lennox, this little gem serves up delicious fare (think mulled pear & blue cheese salad with brioche soldiers or the lamb burger with red onion chutney, tzatiki & house fries) in the cosy two-storey setting that feels more like a friend-of-a-friend’s home than a top notch eatery. Screen_shot_2014-03-13_at_12.46.16

Our top tip? Cycle the canal on weekend mornings to work up an appetite before tucking into their sublime brunch. Dublin 8 at it’s finest, folks.

For reservations and more about The Table click here!

Jo Linehan @Jo_linehan