The Kitchen

After doing a last walk down Dublin’s popular Grafton Street before heading back to the airport, we decided to grab a quick bite to eat. Just off Grafton Street I spied The Kitchen. Although the weather was gorgeous, we were not lucky enough to get a table outside in the sunshine as they were already taken so we decided to sit inside.

The restaurant itself is quite small inside though I believe they had more seating upstairs. As we were quite early (just after 6pm) we qualified for the earlybird menu which effectively was a starter and a main for a fixed price which was a good deal.

When I asked the restaurant what items on the earlybird menu were gluten-free, I was pointed to the main menu (as the earlybird menu was effectively a slightly restricted version of it) and all the gluten-free dished had a ‘(c)’ next to them (I’m assuming c for coeliac!).

I decided to go for the soup of the day which was potato and leek. Unfortunately I was too hungry to remember to take a picture when it arrived!

For my main I decided to have the chicken pasta dish as they had gluten-free pasta available (two restaurants in one day that served gluten-free pasta – I felt I needed to pinch myself to make sure I wasn’t dreaming!).

Although there was slight mix up with my pasta dish as someone else had ordered the same dish with regular pasta, the staff managed to correct the mistake quickly so no harm done and they were very apologetic.

It was a nice gluten-free meal to end a weekend in Dublin.

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