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Telephone: +353 1 212 3676
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Restaurant Location

Blackrock Market, 19a Main Street, Blackrock
Train Station: Blackrock Train Station (0.13 miles)
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Monday: Closed
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Thursday: 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Friday: 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Saturday: 7:30 - 8:30 PM
Sunday: Closed

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Restaurant Reviews and Social

Average rating: 4.9

Latest review:

From sceptic to convert – what an INCREDIBLE meal! We tried Liath to go as ‘an experience’ last week – a fun adventure where two culinary luddites tried to recreate a Michelin star meal at home. Impossible, right? We expected a car crash. Or at the very least something pretty to look at but a bit ‘fur coat no knickers’ in the taste department. WE COULD NOT HAVE BEEN MORE WRONG. We eat out a lot, and since lockdown commenced we’ve tried many of the ‘eat at home’ experiences on offer by top restaurants. This literally blew them all out of the water. I honestly don’t know how Liath are turning a profit on this take-away venture. The pop of colour as we opened our box with trepidation revealed the care and attention with which these meals are prepared. Even before combining them into their designated course, we naughtily dipped into the pots – curious to get a ‘behind the scenes’ glimpse at what makes a ‘Michelin’ standard dish. The answer I think is ‘a lot of work’. The flavours in each were just incredible. And these was just the building blocks! When you combined these as per the (ridiculously easy to follow!) instructions you really experienced what top end dining is (plus have a slight smugness in having ‘cooked’ it yourself!). So clear were the instructions that we created a the most juicy, translucent, perfectly cooked piece of cod I have ever eaten AND smothered it in home-made beurre blanc – something we would have been too intimidated to attempt prior to this, but which, when well explained, was easy! Having treated ourselves to Liath’s wine pairing option, as the courses continued, we were increasingly grateful for the step by step picture book instructions available on Instagram… through competition led us to try out our own artistic interpretations – a bold and perhaps foolhardy move, but one which introduced an added element of fun into the Liath to go experience. I just can’t recommend it enough. A starter of braised minty peaches, the main of buttery lemony fish, strawberries tinged with black pepper floating some a cloud of fluffy deliciousness , and washed down with the best damn cheese course I have ever tasted – it blew our mind. And we are not novices in the world of fine dining. The tastes were surpassed only by the fun experience of creating and plating up together (in a spirit of the rivalry!). We immediately vowed to book againg next week, and this time to invite friends to share the experience. I honestly don’t know how Liath are making money on this but I advise anyone who can, to get in there and book to ‘To Go’ experience while its still on offer.
Posted by Eugene Doran 3 weeks ago
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Restaurant Guide Change History

Date Guide Old Award New Award
October 2016 Michelin Guide No Stars / Bib / Plate Michelin Star

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