Need a pick me up? Our favourite restaurants offering a pick-up or delivery service this weekend
08th Oct 2020
Restaurant experiences for Dublin diners to enjoy at home this weekend
Aniar At Home brings the food, above, of JP McMahon to your home with an added element of the Aniar Cookery School. Experience JP’s take on contemporary Irish food in the comfort of your own home while he and his assisting chef create recipes from The Irish Cookbook.
Aniar At Home can be designed for up to six adults and includes a cookery demonstration of up to five dishes and tasting of all dishes. To add a special element to the evening, Aniar At Home can also add the expertise of their sommelier to teach and advise on the accompanying wines. The experience comes with all the food and produce, and wines if adding that element, plus serving plates and bowls for a truly unique experience.
The experience is available nationwide with an additional cost for travel and staff outside a 10km radius of Galway city. Within Galway city, the cost is €595 which includes approximately 2.5 hours of Aniar At Home experience with JP McMahon, all food, staff and serving dishes.
Back with a bang
BANG Restaurant & Wine Bar, above, have launched a 5-Course to-go menu. Each week, a unique five-course set menu will be curated and made available to order from the Michelin Guide-listed restaurant. Delivery is available Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening in Dublin only. We already love the coppa with smoked almonds as an indulgent weekend snack.
Allta gather now
Allta have brought back their delicious and top-notch alltaBOX – a weekly changing provisions menu of the popuar restaurant’s sensational handmade sourdough, house charcuterie, freshly prepared pasta and dessert for you to cook at home allta-style.
The box costs €75 per week and includes a specially selected bottle of wine to match your meal, and can be bought online through the website. A new and welcome addition, you can now also choose to add on delicious bottled cocktails from award-winning bar 1661.
Closed for dining, Mister S is still bringing damn fine flavour to your door with a BoSsam Feast perfect for a group or dinner options for two or more. Substantial and impeccably sourced the BoSsam Feast has a centrepiece of the stupendous Andarl Farm pork shoulder which has been dry-brined, rubbed with the house blend of spices and smoked over applewood for 12 hours. Available for collection from Thursday to Saturday and costs €85 (serves 4-8)
A bit of a Pickle
Pickle, the much loved North Indian eating house on upper Camden Street, may have temporarily closed its doors, but customers can still enjoy some of their favourite dishes with Pickle @ Home, a service which is available for collection. Selections can be ordered, and pre-ordered, online.
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