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The Michelin Guide's review
Lignum is Latin for 'wood' and, as such, it’s the ancient method of cooking over an open flame which takes centre stage at this immensely likeable restaurant. It's housed in a modern barn conversion which has a distinctly Scandic vibe, from the large windows and minimalist furnishings to the roaring fire and throws on the chairs. The wood-fired cooking lends a delicious smoky dimension to the creative dishes, which – informed by the chef's heritage – blend ingredients from Ireland (such as sweet lobster tail) and Italy (Amalfi lemon). It all comes in the form of a surprise tasting menu.
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Slatefort House
Bullaun H62 H798