Summer at Moloughney’s
Bless those sacrificial lambs, the Leaving and Junior Cert students whose efforts are creating the high pressure environment required for this heavenly weather. Best of luck to all of you trapped indoors with your books, nearly there now! Meanwhile, with the grand stretch in the day, we’re open for dinner again on Tuesday evenings. Why not reserve your table on the balcony? Your space to chill out with one of our artisan beers on tap or a glass of Picpoul de Pinet and a cheeseboard.
On the menu for June and July, Grilled Asparagus & Broad beans with a Knockanora cheddar brulee, wild garlic pesto and chive flowers, Homemade FiveMileTown Goat’s Cheese, Nettle & Chive Ravioli, or a wonderfully light & refreshing White Peach & Toonsbridge Buffalo Feta Salad.
We also recommend you try Liam’s Peat Whiskey Cured Salmon with home-made dill mayonnaise, or for the daring amongst you, delicious Roast Bone Marrow served with a parsley & shallot salad and lots of crispy brown bread. Mains, you ask? Well now is the perfect time to enjoy Comeragh Mountain Lamb. But save room for the Salt Caramel Chocolate Tart that everyone’s raving about!
Moloughney’s Deal is now available Friday and Sunday nights all night. We’ve amalgamated the old deal and a la carte menus so everything is available. Some supplements on the more expensive mains. Check out the eating section!
We’ve installed kegs of Peroni, Pilsner and O Hara’s Stout & Red Ale upstairs at our new bar, and you’re welcome to come and grab a bite with your pint, rather than a pint with your bite!
A bit about Moloughney’s
The restaurant opened in 2009 in a refurbished Victorian house just off the seafront on Vernon Avenue in Clontarf Village. Offering farm to table seasonal cooking, we believe in the pleasure of eating proper food, locally sourced. Moloughney’s is open every day for breakfast and lunch and from Wednesday to Sunday for dinner.
No. 9 Vernon Avenue was stripped back to its shell, completely rebuilt and the original bricks were re-used to create exposed brick walls in the downstairs and upstairs dining rooms, which are furnished with reclaimed tables and tartan fabrics. Floor-to-ceiling windows open out onto a bustling street in the heart of Clontarf.