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The Table Talk


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14th Mar 2014
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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

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