Oliver Dunne

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Peter Burke (left) and Jules Mak, owners of Hush in Rathmines.

The Covid-19 crisis has presented restaurant and cafe owners with immense challenges, with shuttered shopfronts an increasingly common sight and close(...)

The Marker Hotel

It’s never too early to mention the C word – Christmas. If you’re the person tasked with organising your office Christmas events, we have some great o(...)

The Donnybrook: Oliver Dunne at the Dublin 4 gastropub, his latest opening

The restaurateur and chef Oliver Dunne has relaunched the former O’Connells in Donnybrook as a gastropub – called, simply, the Donnybrook – more than (...)

Chef and restaurateur Oliver Dunne has taken over O’Connell’s in Donnybrook, Dublin 4.

Chef and restaurateur Oliver Dunne has expanded once again, with the addition of O’Connell’s in Donnybrook to his stable of restaurants – Bon Appetit (...)

Ania Szewczyk: “The constant challenge for me is balancing my business and my family”

Ania Szewczyk is the owner and head chef at Ania’s Fit Kitchen. Having trained as a chef, nutritionist and personal trainer, Szewczyk has developed a (...)

Danni Barry, chef at EIPIC in  Belfast, retained her Michelin star: “you have that pressure... it was more relief than anything.

The morning after being awarded a Michelin star for their Dublin restaurant, Heron and Grey, chef Damien Grey and front of house manager Andrew Heron,(...)

Eamonn O’Reilly (second left), owner of The Greenhouse, and chef Michael Viljanen (third left) celebrate with staff yesterday. Photograph: The Irish Times

Two decades as a Michelin-starred chef ended with a lunchtime tweet for Kevin Thornton on Wednesday. Did anyone contact him before the list hit socia(...)

Brunch is everywhere, especially on Sundays. If a plate of huevos rancheros and a bucket-sized Bloody Mary is your thing, you’re spoiled for choice. (...)

Who will be crowned best young chef in the world?

San Pellegrino has launched a global talent search to find the best young chef in the world, who will have to prove his or her creativity by working w(...)

Michelin’s announcement that none of its 14 new stars are going to Ireland has gone down like a rates bill in the gossip-loving Irish restaurant world. Photograph: Chef Mikael Viljanen (left), Lady Helen in Mount Juliet (top) and Galway restaurant Aniar.

Chefs Mikael Viljanen and Stephen Toman can take some comfort from the fact that they don’t have to congratulate any other newly starred Irish chefs t(...)

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