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The Guerrilla Gourmet Club - A Gathering of Great Artisans

Ross Golden-Bannon & Robert Lee Mulcahy

Friday, 21 June 2013 from 19:00 to 23:00 (IST)

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Welcome to The Guerrilla Gourmet Club where we bring you Ireland's finest, and often smallest, producers.

The launch menu has been created by Ross Golden-Bannon, restaurant critic at the Sunday Business Post, Robert Lee Mulcahy and Gareth Mullins, executive chef at the 5 Star Marker Hotel Dublin. The organisers have joined forces with the prestigious Stephen's Green Hibernian Club, who will host the event on the summer solstice, Friday 21 June at 7:00pm.

The five course menu will match anchor artisans with national and international profiles to fledging artisans. Tickets are €75 and include wine & tasting beers. For more information visit:

It's also an opportunity to dine at the Stephen's Green Hibernian Club without being a member. You will dine beneath the best example of a Lafranchini ceiling in Dublin City, comparable to that of Castletown's stairhall or Carton's gold saloon. The is guerrilla dining in style.



Here's what we're proposing for The Guerrilla Gourmet Club Menu. But this doesn't include the inevitable fight between myself and the chef, I mean, really, an eight-hour-cooked shoulder of Connemara Hill lamb? Shouldn't that be eight hours and five minutes?


Waterford Blaa bread and The Marker’s brown soda with Glenilen country butter and 
Donegal Lo-tide Dulisk butter


 Hennessy Fine de Cognac summer tea cocktail with Nik's Earl Grey Tea 


 Jack McCarty's black pudding sausage rolls with whipped Crozier Blue

 Toonsbridge mozzarella with Newgrange rapeseed oil and Lusk apple balsamic


Slow Roasted Silverhill duck with a raw vegetable salad, Pat Clark’s coriander cress and hoi sin vinaigrette


Dennis Vaughan Liscannor crab with cucumber, horseradish and Goatsbridge Trout Caviar, Burren Smokehouse smoked salmon and Saltee Island Scallop ceviche
with Irish artisan beer taster 


The critic's choice  
Eight hour cooked joints of Connemara Hill Lamb with heritage carrots and green saffron spices and Orpen's Cider glaze, with  New season white Turnips with Cuinneog butter, served en famille
The chef's choice  
Connemara Hill Lamb cutlet with mint mousse, champ puree, shallot and tomato tian

with Orpens cider taster


Keeling’s strawberries and Glenilen cream


 Triskell goats cheese and Milleens with Sheridan’s crackers

chees Coffee, Nik's Tea and The Marker Chocolates 


NB Dedicated foodies know we'll have no control over the weather, growing times and harvesting. Still, that hasn't stopped us planning a sumptuous feast. If we do need to make changes we'll be replacing products with ones of equal excellence.


Do you have questions about The Guerrilla Gourmet Club - A Gathering of Great Artisans? Contact Ross Golden-Bannon & Robert Lee Mulcahy

When & Where

St. Stephen's Green Hibernian Club
9 St Stephen's Green
Dublin 2 Dublin

Friday, 21 June 2013 from 19:00 to 23:00 (IST)

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Ross Golden-Bannon & Robert Lee Mulcahy

Ross Golden-Bannon is the co-founder and editor of FEAST a dinner journal with Donal Skehan, and the author of the ebook How to Write About Food. He was the editor of FOOD&WINE Magazine from 2008 to 2013 and restaurant critic at The Sunday Business Post from 2000 to 2014. He was elected to membership of the Irish Food Writers' Guild in 2006.

Robert Lee Mulcahy is an entrepreneur, enterprise development adviser, food industry specialist and past President of The European Catering Association.


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