New Cork Seafood Venue Turns Heads With Less-Known Fish

By Dave Simpson
New Cork Seafood Venue Turns Heads With Less-Known Fish

New Cork seafood venue Goldie is turning a lot of heads by serving less-known fish from Irish waters and incorporating usually-discarded items such as fish spines and prawn shells into its dishes.

"Quite Contemporary"

The Business Post quotes the venue's head chef and co-owner Aishling Moore as saying, "I wouldn't  say Goldie fits into the traditional mould. If you look at a lot of Irish restaurants, 90% of the time you see the same fish. There are so many fish in Irish waters that we export and don't use here - fish like megrim and gurnard. We want to bring that versatility to our menu. What we're doing is quite contemporary."

Located on Cork city's Oliver Plunkett Street, Goldie is open for dinner from 5pm from Tuesday to Saturday weekly and has seating for up to 24 people.

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