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Bosca na Farraige – Box of the Sea

Bosca na Farraige / Box of the Sea

€35 — On Sale Now

includes:
– Salt Fish Mantecato, Seaweed Crisstini
– Mussel & Squid Ragu, House pasta
– Brassica & Root vegetable Giardiniera
– Goldie Tonnato sauce
– Confit Garlic & Lemon Thyme Focaccia
– Toonsbridge Ricotta & espresso Cannoli

All items are cold and ready to eat, can be enjoyed throughout the weekend as part of lunch, dinner and everywhere in between.
Perfect for two people sharing

Click and collect for next weekend

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The Miche­lin Guide – Bib Gour­mand award

Bib Gour­mand award, Jan­u­ary 2021

A lively, on-​trend seafood bistro with an open kitchen and a stripped-​back feel; the tight-​knit team offer friendly ser­vice and the feel is relaxed and infor­mal. The daily menu offers well-​priced, mod­ern dishes which use a ‘gill-​to-​fin’ approach, mak­ing use of the whole catch from the smaller day boats.

Read more on guide​.miche​lin​.com

Echo Live

Fea­tured in Echo Live Thurs­day 20 Feb 2020

Open­ing her own restau­rant was a dream come true for Aish­ling Moore, of Goldie Fish & Ale, writes KATE RYAN, who catches up with the woman who was recently crowned ‘Chef of the Year’ by the McKenna’s Guides

Read the full fea­ture here

Busi­ness Post review – Gillian Nelis

Sun 26 Jan 2020

Gillian Nelis in the Busi­ness Post writes:

Eat­ing in Goldie is good for the stom­ach and good for the soul – I can’t remem­ber the last time I encoun­tered such lovely staff and such a nice vibe.”

read the full review here (sub­scrip­tion required)

Sun­day Times 100 Best Restaurants

We are delighted to be fea­tured in the Sun­day Times 100 best Restau­rants in Ire­land for 2020

Our upstairs din­ing room is now open

We’ve opened our new first floor din­ing room for 2020 and can’t wait to show it off. As we have dou­bled our capac­ity, we are pleased to take a lim­ited amount of reser­va­tions. We are open Tues­day to Sat­ur­day from 5pm. Walk in any­time or book on [email address — enable javascript to view]

Eater​.com 22 Essen­tial Restau­rants in Cork 2020

Goldie fea­tures in the Eater​.com list of the 22 Essen­tial Restau­rants in Cork for 2020 along with our sis­ter restau­rant (and neigh­bour) Elbow Lane Brew & Smoke House

Read more on Eater​.com

Georgina Campell’s Ire­land Guide

With fish com­ing almost exclu­sively from small day boats fish­ing out of Bal­ly­cot­ton, a ‘whole catch pol­icy’ and ‘gill to tail’ approach, we love every­thing about @goldie_cork

Read more on ire​land​-guide​.com

Irish Inde­pen­dent

Cork’s deli­ciously inno­v­a­tive new fish restau­rant is quite the catch

Read the review by Katy McGuin­ness on inde​pen​dent​.ie (reg­is­tra­tion required)

“Chef of the year ” – McKenna’s Guides

In Cork city, Aish­ling Moore’s whole-​fish cook­ery in Goldie showed the cap­cious phi­los­o­phy of the best cook in town, and Ms Moore is our Chef of the Year.

Read more on Guides​.ie

Joe McNamee, Irish Examiner

Tom Door­ley, Irish Daily Mail review

Our first press review is by Tom Door­ley writ­ing in the Irish Daily Mail.

… one of the most excit­ing things to hap­pen food in the city in a very long time”

Read the full review on tom​door​ley​.com

Google Reviews

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Find us at No. 128 Oliver Plun­kett Street in Cork city centre.

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