Hatch & Sons: Down the Hatch
Hatch & Sons
Those who can do and those who can’t write about it. It’s an old insult about teachers you could lob at critics and food writers. So what happens when some food writers open a restaurant in a museum run by a guy who used to write about restaurants? Hugo Arnold, Domini Kemp and her sister Peaches are behind Hatch and Sons in the basement of Trevor White’s Little Museum of Dublin on Stephen’s Green.
I’m more comfortable eating the food of people I’ve never met. If an author gushes about a stablemate’s novel can you take the opinion seriously? So let’s get that all on the table and move on. I’m here to find out if words can translate into something good to eat.