Ember

Elegant dining with a neighbourhood feel, serving locally sourced produce with a European twist...

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Contact: +35314443783 | reservations@ember.ie

“This Ember sure sizzles” Lucinda O’Sullivan, The Sunday Independent

“This is a neighbourhood restaurant that deserves a following way beyond the confines of Dublin 6. There’s Chapter One, L’Ecrivan and Pichet in this kitchen’s DNA, and it shows” Tom Doorley

“The Cote de Boeuf is a hunk of burning love” Ernie Whalley, The Sunday Times

“O’Mahoney is a fresh talent, doing things differently in small ways that makes Ember stand out from the crowd”  Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times

 

“Looking around at the smart bar, and chicly kitted out room, it felt like being in Madrid, and we were loving it already. As I looked at the number of lithe leggy blondes and handsome bearded guys arriving in after us, it cemented my view that this was far more than a run of the mill neighbourhood restaurant, this was going to become a destination in itself, which would draw the hip crowd who frequent Ranelagh and Dundrum for their cocktails and casual contemporary fine dining” Lucinda O’Sullivan, Sunday Independent & Lucinda O’Sullivan’s Great Places to Eat

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“I so admire people who cook steak impeccably and that is what we got at Ember; a cote de boeuf for two that was cooked perfectly to the nanosecond…We were paying not just for the excellent meat that really delivered on flavour, but for the skill and judgement needed to present it like this.This is a neighbourhood restaurant that deserves a following way beyond the confines of Dublin 6. There’s Chapter One, L’Ecrivan and Pichet in this kitchen’s DNA, and it shows.” Tom Doorley

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“The Cote de Boeuf is a hunk of burning love” Ernie Whalley, The Sunday Times

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“I like Ember and I’m pretty sure the people of Milltown and beyond do too. In times when many mid-range restaurants seem to be run by algorithm, O’Mahoney is a fresh talent, doing things differently in small ways that make Ember stand out from the crowd." Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times

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