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The Club Brasserie

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Harold and Beth’s Club Brasserie is a great room, one of those city spaces where the comfort encourages you to exhale deeply as you sink into a deep, comfortable banquette. It’s lovely in the brightness of daytime, but it’s at its best most especially in the evening, when it's glam and welcoming, a real special occasion space, thanks to Beth's expert eye in lighting, in arranging objects, in creating comforting feng shui. And Harold's richly savoury cooking just drives home this comfort apex, this feeling of being at the centre of a happening, vibrant culture – Club mimosa salad; goat's cheese tartlet with beetroot relish; duck confit with flageolet beans; medallions of beef with rosemary potatoes. The sourcing of the ingredients is just as sharp as the value, and value for money is excellent – the prix fixé menu is a steal. The Club Brasserie is a key player in the Cork restaurant revolution. But, of course, it's a quiet revolution. Cork people don't raise their voices. They're too busy eating good food and enjoying themselves in great rooms like the Club.

51.89876, -8.464101
Harold Lynch and Beth Haughton
City Quarter, Lapps Quay, Cork
+ 353 21 4273987

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