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Mulberry Garden is located in Mulberry Lane, Donnybrook, Dublin 4 opposite the Bang and Olufsen Store in Donnybrook where Morehampton Road meets Donnybrook Road. The proprietor is John Wyer. It opens three evenings a week Thursday to Saturday. The menu changes every week with a choice of two starters, two main courses, a pudding and a cheese plates. The cost is €40 per person.
“At Mulberry Garden, we serve one menu based around the finest and freshest seasonal, Irish produce. Our chefs are passionate about using Irish produce and work closely with the best local farmers, butchers, fishermen and artisan producers to bring you an exciting and brand new menu every week which celebrates the delicious and wonderful food heritage of Ireland.
Our menu is a throwback to the origin of restaurants where a fixed table d’hote menu based around the best produce from that days market was served in convivial and comfortable surroundings with good wine as a well-earned and welcome respite after a hard day’s work or travel.
So, our request to you is simple. Bring along your sense of adventure, leave your inhibitions behind and put your faith in our team of talented chefs and the culinary delights of the Irish countryside.
Of course, we like to work especially closely with our vegetarian guests and we will endeavour to meet all your dietary requirements.”
Taken from the Mulberry Garden website
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