25 August 2015

An Evening in Dillisk, Aughrusbeg, Connemara

Last Wednesday, my family, grandparents, family friends and I ventured to a pop-up restaurant in Connemara called Dillisk. The 'seaside food project' is only open for several days through August and September every year. It is a must-eat-at place when visiting the West of Ireland!

The food was very unique and adventurous, as I ate things I had never heard of before. The main ingredient throughout the set meal was seaweed! Yes, seaweed, from the nearby Cleggan harbour. The young staff at the restaurant are foragers, so the food served could not get any more natural.

 My favourite bits were the Dillisk crisps and the Greenhouse Tomato Broth. The toilet was quite interesting - I won't spoil anything about it in case you go next year! I definitely recommend it.

Here is a selection of photos from our evening - enjoy!

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  1. Such a rustic and beautiful place. Nice pictures!

    -Wildfire Charm

  2. I love the idea of a pop up restaurant. How cool! This looks like it was such a fun adventure.

  3. This looks like such a pretty and cosy place. You took some beautiful pictures, although I'm not a fan of seafood it all looks lovely! Glad you had a wonderful time. xx

    Kathryn | Chapters of Kat

    1. Thank you! it really was a beautiful place!


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