Restaurant Reviews

Find below some of our most recent restaurant reviews and blog posts about Taste at Rustic.

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  • Irish Daily Mail – Restaurant Reviews
    Tom Doorley
    “All of this meticulously prepared food, served at a leisurely pace as each dish was ready, cost just over €100 which I reckon makes it outstanding value. Dublin has a new milestone restaurant.”

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  • Sunday Times – Restaurant Reviews
    Ernie Whalley
    “I’ve had some great meals in Ireland this past twelvemonth but none where the excitement level reached such heights. This is the Dylan McGrath of old, as in Mint days, teasing and torturing our senses with each successive mouthful. Food for the mind, as well as for heart and soul. Never having been to Japan, I don’t know whether this stuff is authentic, what’s more I don’t care. Taste sees Dylan using a rainbow palette of flavour components to paint a vivid gastronomic picture”

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  • Independent – Restaurant Reviews
    Lucinda O’Sullivan
    “A sublime ginger flan with melon sorbet and ginger ice-cream finished up the evening, and we would definitely go back for more.”

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  • TheTaste.ie – Restaurant Reviews
    Niamh Mannion
    “Dining in Taste at Rustic is so much more than mere eating; it is an experience for all the senses which leaves a lasting impression.”

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  • Ireland-Guide.com
    Georgina Campbell
    “Omakase, meaning ‘I’ll leave it to you’ delivers a nicely balanced dining experience. It showcases the best of Taste (named for the five tastes, including bitter and umami). The sushi is superb, probably he best in the land.”

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  • Irish Examiner
    Leslie Williams
    “So let me be clear, go visit Taste. This is one of the most stimulating restaurants in the country”

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  • Gourmet Grazing
    “Taste at Rustic is an exciting and uber stylish new restaurant in the heart of Dublin City. The new food experience by Dylan McGrath explores the idea of flavour and taste. With strong influences from Japan, Spain and South America.”

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  • Mail on Sunday
    Eoin Murphy

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  • Irish Times
    Hugh Linehan

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