Michelin-Starred Heron and Grey Booked Out Until August 2017
Heron and Grey, which last week became Ireland's newest Michelin star restaurant, is reportedly booked out until Autumn 2017.
The fine-dining south Dublin eatery, run by Andrew Heron and Damien Grey, is already reaping the benefits of winning the Michelin star with a massive surge of interest which means anybody hoping to book a table will have to wait until the latter half of next year, reports the journal.ie.
Heron and Grey is expected to start taking new bookings in the spring.
The Michelin Guide Great Britain & Ireland 2017 was published on 3 October, revealing 20 new Michelin stars.
Heron and Grey, described by the guide as "quirky, innovative and original", "reinvents itself on a bi-weekly basis". It can only seat 18-people and divides its dining room into two, serving customers at 730pm and 830pm due to "the constraints in the size of our little kitchen".
Its latest menu consisted of a 5-course €48 tasting menu where it served dishes such as 'tuna-rice-wasabi', 'chervil root-pear-walnut' and 'pigeon-hazelnut-liver' to complement a strong wine list.