Amy Austin In Dublin Added To The Michelin Guide For October

By Robert McHugh
Amy Austin In Dublin Added To The Michelin Guide For October

Amy Austin, in Drury Street, has been added to The Michelin Guide for Great Britain & Ireland this month.

The popular city restaurant is owned by John Farrell, who also owns Dillinger’s, the Butcher Grill and 777.

International Dishes

Amy Austin offers a broad and varied menu, including dishes from Hungary, Morocco and Spain.

Small plates are available, along with a group menu that is served canapé style.

Some of the signature dishes include Hungarian Striploin, Beef Cecina de León, Moroccan-Style Lamb Rump, and Scallop Crudo.


‘Eclectic Small Plates’

‘Tucked to one side at the entrance to the Drury Street multi-storey [car park], this is a lively place where eclectic small plates mix with house cocktails and wine on tap,’ according to The Michelin Guide.

‘High tables add to the relaxed, bar-like feel while the chefs in the open kitchen produce dishes with a good degree of depth – try the langoustine tail and you won’t regret it.’

Wine On Tap

The restaurant offers wine on tap, and there is an extensive cocktail menu, which includes Amy’s Cherry Sgroppino, which is made using sparkling wine, Campari, saffron, and cherry bitters.

The Michelin Guide commended Amy Austin for its ‘genial service’ and noted how ‘good vibes, like the wine, keep on flowing.’

Amy Austin is open Monday to Friday, from 5pm until late, and Saturday, from 1pm until late.


Michelin Guide Inspectors

Michelin Guide inspectors are on the road all year round, assessing existing restaurants, as well as uncovering new ones worthy of recommendation in the Great Britain & Ireland selection.

While the Michelin Guide distinctions – stars, green stars, and Bib Gourmands – are only revealed at the annual Michelin Guide Ceremony, the inspectors add restaurants to the selection all year round.