homegrown Wade Murphy (Restaurant 1826 Adare) - November

Tuesday November 13th, 6.30pm

On Tuesday November 13th, we are delighted to welcome Wade Murphy from Bib Gourmand winning, Restaurant 1826 Adare in Limerick.  Voted Best Chef and Best Restaurant in Munster by Food & Wine Magazine, Chef Wade Murphy has worked in some of the top kitchens in London, Chicago, Egypt and Ireland including Lisloughrey Lodge and The Lodge at Doonbeg.  In 2013, Wexford native Wade along with his wife Elaine decided to take a leap of faith in 2013 and open 1826 Adare in her native county of Limerick.  John McKenna called 1826 “one of the defining examples of the modern creative casual Irish restaurant with cooking that is serious and ambitious but .. without a jot of pretension.”  

 homegrown is GIY’s new series of seasonal long-table dinners at GROW HQ featuring visiting chefs who share the homegrown ethos.  The event showcases their talents, and gets them to build on the HQ story by delivering a very special seasonal feast for just 55 diners.  GIY invite them to take over the kitchen and the garden to prepare their meal and Head Grower Richard Mee is available to help them graze, harvest and forage. 

The price includes a 4 course meal with snacks and canapes to start, and a complimentary drink on arrival.

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