They’re rolling with the punches on Oliver Plunkett Street.
Goldie reopens today at 128 Oliver Plunkett Street, having transformed temporarily from a buzzy city restaurant to a fishmonger in an effort to ride out the pandemic.
With ‘Level 5’ restrictions halting their dinner service for now, head chef Aishling Moore and her team decided to get back to basics and help customers to serve up a bit of Goldie magic at home.
With ingredients sourced from small day boats, the Goldie Fish Shop opens at 12pm, with a range of perfectly ‘prepped, portioned, pin- boned and sauced’ fish dishes, all ready to pop in the oven.
The Goldie crew will be posting the catch of the day on Instagram, with fresh fish available at the counter “whenever the boats land”.
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Part of the Elbow Lane group, which also includes Elbow Lane and Market Lane on Oliver Plunkett Street, the Castle Cafe at Blackrock Castle and ORSO on Pembroke Street, the restaurant is named after the ‘Goldie Fish’ the city’s famous salmon-shaped weathervane at the top of St Anne’s Church in Shandon.
Elbow Lane beers, which are brewed in a tiny brewery across the road at Number 4 Oliver Plunkett Street, are all formulated specifically to work with the food served at Goldie so pick up a bottle or two of Pale Ale to enjoy with your meal there.