From the Board, Fade Street Social, Restaurant Dublin 24/08/2016

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From the Board, Fade Street Social, Restaurant, Dublin

We are all familiar with the large black board that hangs beside the kitchen in The Fade Street Social Restaurant. As weights of meat and fish are ordered they are systematically scored off and as many of you will know… they do not last very long!

These cuts of meat and fish are consistently changed and this month is no different! Have a look at ‘The Board’s’ latest offerings… But believe us when we say, get in there early to make sure to catch the best cuts before they are crossed off!

From the board, Fade Street Social Restaurant Dublin

We simply love our Roast Halibut with white aubergine puree, pickled enocchi mushrooms, samphire and green olives. Why not ask your server to recommend a beer or wine to accompany your food, we are here to help.

Halibut Fade Street Social Restaurant Dublin

Why not try our Roast Fillet of Beef on the bone with duck liver foam and truffle dressing

Roast Fillet of beef Fade Street Social Restaurant Dublin

View the full menu including more offerings From the Board, HERE

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The Fade Street Restaurant Dublin opening hours:

Lunch is served: From Tuesday to Saturday we open at 12.30pm and close for a break at 3pm
Dinner is served: Sunday to Thursday we start our dinner service at 5.00pm and take our last orders at around 10.30pm, Friday and Saturday we start the dinner at 5.00pm and close the kitchen at 11.00pm

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Fade Street Social, Dublin Restaurant by Dylan McGrath
Fade Street Social, Dublin Restaurant by Dylan McGrath