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The Kitchen Restaurant at The Glasshouse

Swan Point
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A contemporary boutique hotel in downtown Sligo, the great glass edifice gives the impression that an ocean liner somehow sailed up the Garavogue river and ran aground. /that dramatic setting is complemented by stylish interiors that make a virtue of open, uncluttered spaces enlivened throughout with strategic dashes of colour. The principal dining room is The Kitchen, and combines cheering contrasting red and golden shades in the seating with diverting views over the rive. Alan Fitzmaurice cooks in unmistakable Irish mode, marshalling fine regional produce into dishes such as Doengal crab with pickled pineapple and pea purée in a spiced mango dressing, to be followed by chicken breast stuffed with leeks, applewood-smoked cheese and lemon in red wine 'paint', or hake with a bean and chorizo stew and saffron cream. Finish on a light note with lemon posset, lemon pistachio shortbread and mixed berry jelly, or else with artisan Irish cheeses.

Information

Tel:071 9194300
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Restaurant Information

  • Chef: Enda Delaney
  • Owner: Michael O'Heir, Ronnie Grenoey
  • Seats: 108 Pr/dining room 140
  • Times: 12-5/6.30-9.30 Closed 25 Dec
  • Prices: Prices not confirmed
  • Wines: 8 by glass
  • Parking: 160
  • Notes: Sunday Lunch, children welcome

Directions

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Directions:

N4 to Sligo town. Continue through roundabout, on entering relief road take second turning on right, continue to Wine Street, Hotel on left on Hyde Bridge.

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