Europe’s Number One Luxury Seafood Restaurant, SOLE Seafood & Grill, Announces Seven Night Opening from Today.
SOLE also has some new seasonal additions on the menu as well as delicious new cocktails.
Irish seafood restaurant, SOLE Seafood and Grill, situated on South William Street, Dublin 2, has announced it will be opening seven days a week. In just four short years, SOLE has established itself as one of the top restaurants in Dublin and has been awarded ‘Europe’s Best Luxury Seafood Restaurant’ at the prestigious World Luxury Restaurant Awards for the last three years.
SOLE is catering to the demands of the discerning Dublin diner with its quality Irish seafood themed menu and classic dishes, old favourites, and world-class cocktail and wine lists that have won many awards.
The management behind SOLE is thrilled to be opening the restaurant’s doors seven days a week, Monday to Friday from 5 pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 1 pm in response to the current demand of discerning diners who are enjoying getting back to restaurants without any restrictions.
Speaking of the news, SOLE’s Marketing Director Sabrina Egerton said, “Over the last four years, SOLE has established itself as a firm favourite in the Dublin restaurant scene. With life returning to normality, we noticed a lot more demand for dining out on traditionally quieter days in the industry- there is an incredible desire for people to celebrate and come together. At SOLE, we want to cater to those looking for a great meal any night of the week. As well as that, we have an extremely talented new Beverage Manager, Iulian Voicu, who has created a fantastic new spring cocktail menu and our Head Chef, Oscar Chen, has developed a number of wonderful new seasonal dishes”.
New Items on the Menu this Season
New menu highlights include Mackerel grilled miso fillet, miso slaw, coriander hummus, snow peas and broad bean starter (€12.50), and a Salmon main served with warm heritage potato Niçoise, olive tapenade and quail eggs (€29.50). The menu is local and seasonal, with Head Chef Oscar Chen sourcing fish from local fishmongers while Irish Hereford Prime Beef supplies SOLE’s beef.
New Cocktails made by Beverage Manager Iulian Voicu
New additions to SOLE’s cocktail menu include a ‘Dr. Sour’ made with DWD Irish whiskey, Honey, Apple, Tarragon, Sage, Citrus, Bitters or try a Bird’sEye Margarita for a flavoursome hit which has800 Tequila, Cointreau, Chartreuse, Chilli, Coconut, Mango and Citrus in the recipe.