While food is an essential part of life, we believe that there is more to it than sustenance. The menus we create reflect different characters and dispositions, through colors, flavors and tastes, as well as particular moments in life.
We design our menus with real people in mind. From the busy working mom to the casual weekend chef, we provide recipes to please every palette and that embody our themes for a complete lifestyle experience.
A good Irish seafood chowder is found in every corner of Ireland. All recipes vary with combinations of fresh local seafood, cream, and wine. Most certainly it will be served with a couple of slices of thick freshly baked brown bread. The best chowder we tasted while on our last Irish sojourn was at a wonderful pub called “Byrne & Woods” in Roundwood, County Wicklow. After continuing to order luscious bowls of chowder for three weeks we decided this recipe was by far our favorite. Maybe it was the blue sky, the fact that we were dining on the street, or the charred lemon that we squeezed into the bowl, all we knew was that it was delicious. Here is our version of their chowder.