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Sunday, October 16, 2016
Iago for Dinner
Iago for Dinner
Might have mangled that old saying a bit but all in the cause of truth.
While at the table during the midweek Green Saffron Spice Dinner at Isaac’s, I was talking to two Dublin visitors on my right and one of them was telling me all about a Dublin restaurant where the pasta is made fresh every day. On my left, simultaneously but out of my hearing range, CL was chatting to a local chef Mary who was telling her all about the fresh pasta (and more) she makes daily in Iago’s in Prince’s Street in Cork city.
Why not look up their website? So I searched and came across their Facebook page first and I could hardly believe it when I read a post that had been put up only a few minutes earlier. An instant dinner from Iago today…. was the headline and then a picture with details:
Roast Butternut Squash Ravioli, served with our Sage Butter
Torta de Santiago
Fast forward to that evening and CL, delighted at having to spend so little time in the kitchen, was also delighted with the meal. We both were, each enjoying that fresh herb flavoured focaccia bread, made with yeast and olive oil; the delicious ravioli, topped with melting sage butter, and we also added a little grated Creeny, a marvellously pungent six month old sheep cheese produced by Corleggy in County Cavan.
And then the lovely finalé with a generous slice each of the almond cake from Santiago. Had we bought the full tart, we would have seen the imprint (in sugar) of the Cross of Saint James (cruz de Santiago) which gives the pastry its name. This won't be the last time we’ll make the pilgrimage to Iago for dinner!
And the correct version of the old saying is going to a wedding was the making of another.
Of course, you knew that. The line comes from a song called Old Maid in a Garret, lyrics here.
9 Prince’s Street
Tel: (021) 427 7047
Hours: 9.30-5.00 Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu.