The Chop House opens in Dublin 4

The Chop House opens in Dublin 4

10 December 2009

The denizens of Dublin 4 have a new gourmet destination to look forward to with the opening of The Chop House, an exciting new gastro pub on the corner of Bath Avenue and Shelbourne Road.  Due to make its debut on Friday 11th December, the new venture sees renowned chefs Kevin Arundel (formerly L’Ecrivain, No. 10) and Conor Dempsey (formerly Dax) teaming up to bring a taste sensation to the local, with the focus on quality food and great hospitality. 

The food on offer can be best described as traditional, rustic French cuisine with dishes such as Roast Corsican Fish Soup (with Saffron Aioli, Gruyere Cheese and Garlic Croutons), Ballontine of Suckling Pig (on toast with Remoulade Sauce) on the starter menu.

Delicious main courses include Roast Red Label Chicken from “les Landes” (a la Vinaigrette), Daube of Beef Pie (with Pearl Onions, Mushrooms, Smoked Bacon Lardons and Mash) and Slow roast Belly of Old Spotted Pig (with Fondant Potato and Apple Compote roasted jus).  Desserts include Hot Soufflé of Marmalade with a Lime Sorbet and the classic Crème Brulée.  A carefully selected wine list complements the food menu.

The Chop House will cater for up to 40 diners, with private dining areas for up to 25 also available. The warm welcome and laid back charm contribute to an air of homeliness about The Chop House.  The place has the feeling of a well organised family run restaurant – scrumptious food and great service in a place you won’t want to leave.

The Chop House is open for lunch and dinner, with a full bar complement including an impressive selection of beers and ales.


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