Impromptu Dinner Stop at Radisson Little Island

Impromptu Dinner Stop at Radisson Little Island

At the end of a day long road trip last week, a quarter of us popped into the Radisson in Little Island for main dish. This is at least my third time there this year and it has always worked out well. Well priced food and an increasing emphasis on Irish produce.

Mayo's Andarl Farm is one of the Irish producers that pop up on the menu and a colleague enjoyed one of their excellent Pork chops. The Maple Glazed Pork Cutlet came with Saut├ęd greens, spiced carrot and grain mustard reduction and went down very well indeed (all for a reasonable €15.50). I forgot to take a picture of that one!




PANFRIED HAKE AND ALSACE BACON
Wild mussel and white bean cassoulet with Saffron Cream was
my pick. Could have done with a few more beans but overall this was a most satisfactory main dish. Indeed, the impromptu pit-stop worked out
very well indeed. Quite a wide range of choices here. By the
way, the changeover from daytime to evening menu happens at 5.30pm


CHICKEN SUPREME AND
BRAISED THIGH CHASSEUR
Forest mushroom, plum tomato, tarragon
Cream potato. Another excellent plateful, with a really good chasseur,
was well appreciated by two of our group.

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