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ADDRESS

109a Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2.

CONTACT

00 353 1 6611919
enquiries@lecrivain.com

WEB

http://www.lecrivain.com

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L’ecrivain Restaurant

Dublin born Derry trained in the classical French tradition in the Man Friday in Kinsale. He came home to Dublin to continue his training under the direction of John Howard in Le Coq Hardi for four years. He then spent 8 years as Head Chef in le Bon Appetit Restaurant where his aspirations were alwasy to open a place of his own.

Derry and Sallyanne married in 1987 and opened l'Ecrivain Restaurant in July 1989.  They have had several transformations and now l'Ecrivain stands on the site of two old Georgian Coach Houses/Mews in its own charming courtyard.

Over 22 years on, l'Ecrivain is going from strength to strength.

View Menus here.



L’ecrivain Restaurant

ADDRESS

109a Lower Baggot St, Dublin 2.

CONTACT

00 353 1 6611919
enquiries@lecrivain.com

WEB

http://www.lecrivain.com

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Dublin born Derry trained in the classical French tradition in the Man Friday in Kinsale. He came home to Dublin to continue his training under the direction of John Howard in Le Coq Hardi for four years. He then spent 8 years as Head Chef in le Bon Appetit Restaurant where his aspirations were alwasy to open a place of his own.

Derry and Sallyanne married in 1987 and opened l'Ecrivain Restaurant in July 1989.  They have had several transformations and now l'Ecrivain stands on the site of two old Georgian Coach Houses/Mews in its own charming courtyard.

Over 22 years on, l'Ecrivain is going from strength to strength.

View Menus here.



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