Fade Street Social is one of Dublin's hottest openings and their delicious, decadent meats are perfect for a traditional Sunday Roast.

There's a distinctive farm-to-table approach here that promotes locally-sourced produce and only the freshest of ingredients. With wunderkind chef Dylan McGrath at the helm, it's no surprise that the menu is equal parts indulgent and refined, making this an idyllic spot for a traditional Sunday Roast.

To start, why not double down on tender, juicy meats and get the slow-cooked pork belly in a red wine salsify or a crispy lamb tongue, perfectly accompanied by mint sauce and a broad bean salad. Other options include freshly-caught oysters topped with trout caviar or a decadent mushroom ravioli with truffle and parmesan for veggie diners.

These are followed by a mouth-watering and extensive variety of meats which have either been wood-fired, braised or charred and smoked from the charcoal. From the wood-fired options, the veal with onion and truffle is an authentic taste of French cooking, though you may prefer to go for the homegrown Irish lamb stew with spiced cream and drops of potato mousse. 

Charred & smoked choices include lamb, pork chop, rib-eyes and sirloin, plus a range of deliciously light fish options.

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  • Gluten Free
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Sunday Lunch
  • Groups
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Luxury
  • Accepts Credit Cards
  • Disabled Access
  • Children Allowed
  • Online Booking
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