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Hooked

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  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo
  • Hooked Sligo

Anthony and Eilish Gray know the way we like to eat today. Our diets are as eclectic and unpredictable as our lifestyles, and one morning we may feel like smashed avocado on sourdough, whilst another day we crave sausages and eggs. At dinnertime we may want crispy fried haddock with mushy peas, and then the following night nothing other than a chicken burger with Asian slaw will hit the spot.
Anthony and Eilis understand how fickle we are, and Hooked is their delicious answer to our unpredictability. Hooked covers all the bases from goat’s cheese salad to lemon meringue tart, and its secret is to offer real and authentic flavours and techniques, whatever they are cooking. The evident care taken with everything the kitchen sends out, whether it’s a pulled pork taco where the meat has been simmered for 12 hours, or smoked salmon fish cakes with Hollandaise sauce, makes for great eating.
Part of the success is down to the super-smart sourcing, which utilises the best ingredients and artisan products of the North West, fashioned by the best artisans. Anthony and Eilis bring a creativity and pizazz to the room that means Hooked is pulsing with energy each and every day, and remember that you haven’t really been to Sligo until you have enjoyed their signature Joe Gray sausages in a brioche bap.

54.2714757, -8.4764014
Anthony Gray
Abbeyquarter North, Sligo, Co Sligo
+353 71 9138591

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