Dubliners have a special affection for cheese.
Goat cheese is a favorite among Irish and international chefs, who use it to make the traditional cheese-based dishes of the region.
But now, as the city is set to host the International Cheese Week, cheese lovers can experience this traditional Irish delicacy in a new form in the form of a new cheese-themed restaurant.
This year, Gouda has teamed up with a number of Irish foodies to create a new and unique cheese-inspired restaurant, which opens in the city’s old-school Old Town.
The restaurant is named Goudas Kitchen and will be open until October, with the goal of launching the new menu by the end of November.
The new restaurant will serve dishes such as goat cheese sandwiches, sausages and curries.
The menu will include both cheese and pasta dishes and will feature a range of different cheeses, including the Irish variety.
“Goudas is proud to serve the world with our first cheese-centric menu in Dublin, the heart of the city,” Gouds CEO Brendan McInerney said.
The restaurant will also be serving a selection of seasonal Irish beers, including a new Irish IPA. “
With the launch of Goudabs Kitchen, we’re hoping to bring a new dimension to Irish food that can only be achieved by using local ingredients and creating a new culinary experience.”
The restaurant will also be serving a selection of seasonal Irish beers, including a new Irish IPA.
The Irish-based restaurant was founded by former Irish Minister for Tourism and Tourism, Kevin Kelly, and chef Kevin McAllister.
They said the menu will feature dishes such a goat cheese sandwich, saúchau cheese and curried potatoes.
They will also include the Irish-style sausage, saumara and bacon.
Goudash will be served alongside a selection from their own cheeses and the local goat cheese collection.
The goat cheese will be used to create dishes such sausaged and smoked pork loin, sauteed lamb, sauted chicken and a sausagel.
“We have been looking to create something truly special for our customers in the last few years,” Mr Kelly said.
Günther Pohlmann, the owner of Günter Pohlmans, said Goudah has been working with several chefs over the years.
“When we started out in 2008, we knew we wanted to create the perfect restaurant for Irish people,” Mr Pohlman said.
He said he was inspired by his German friend, Daniel Weil, who had a strong desire to create food that reflected the taste of his homeland.
“I also wanted to be a part of the creative community in Dublin.
Mr Pöllmann said he wanted to make sure his cheese dishes reflected the city and its history, and that they were prepared to take on the challenge. “
But I also wanted Goudahs unique cheese and its unique flavors to be able to take the place of what I love about Dublin.”
Mr Pöllmann said he wanted to make sure his cheese dishes reflected the city and its history, and that they were prepared to take on the challenge.
“There’s a certain feeling when you come to a new place that you have to be really brave, to go for it,” Mr Prüs told The Irish Mail.
“The cheese has to be prepared with a lot more care and care of the ingredients.
I’ve always loved making cheese in the kitchen and this is a big challenge for me.”
Goudab’s new menu will be available to order starting from January.
To learn more about the restaurant, go to gouda.ie/en/