2 for 1 mealsMaximum of 2 peopleBooking requiredAvailable December
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2 for 1 at Ponds

Tucked away on Landscape Avenue in Dublin, Ponds is a delightful little eatery that makes for the perfect hideaway for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the Irish capital.

Run by the experienced duo of General Manager Mark Adams and Head Chef Derek Brown, the restaurant provides all who enter a magnificent dining experience.

All of the sumptuous fare served on the a la carte menu at Ponds is available to tastecard members at a superb discount, providing they call in advance and produce their card upon arrival. Beginning with the exquisite appetisers, which include a scrumptious plate of crispy calamari, a delectable goat’s cheese crostini, and a flavoursome chicken liver parfait, and right through to the mouth-watering main course options to follow.

Moving forward with the meal, diners are sure to find themselves salivating at the mere prospect of the wondrous larger plates on offer. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the succulent pan roasted lamb, served with honey and a thyme roast parsnip, the glorious seafood taglietelle, covered in a white wine cream, and the traditional British favourite that is the fish, chips and mint pea puree.

Considering the fantastic value, guests are encouraged to complete the feast with one of the divine desserts, from a selection that sports a sharp lemon tart that is wonderfully contrasted by a heavenly crème brulee, before dipping into the savings in the enjoyment of a beverage or two from the extensive collection of drinks.

Important Information

Please note: The tastecard discount is not available on bank holidays or celebration days - including Valentines Day, Mothering Sunday, Father's Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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