“New wine bar is something completely different for Dublin” from the Irish Times
Fantastic new wine bar Allta has opened its doors to the public with Cromane Bay Oysters on the menu. Not only are we delighted to supply Allta with our superior quality Oysters and Crab, our own Patrick T O’Sullivan has even made a lasting impression on the decor! A giant mural by the talented Subset taken from a photograph by the amazing Ed Schofield. What a combination of artists!
But forget about us… food is key to this fantastic project. At Allta, the Irish for wild, Niall Davidson & Hugh Higgins insist on using Irish sustainable ingredients and cooking everything from scratch when possible – a minimalist approach fixed on natural flavours. They describe their restaurant as “Fun and informal but with serious food”.
So exited for the opening of what is sure to be a top addition to the Dublin dining scene… and we wish everyone in Allta the best of luck for the future. We can’t wait to taste Allta’s Cromane Oysters & Rhubarb Vinegar… YUM!
Check out The Irish Times Article HERE
What people are saying…
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So I finally made it to @alltawinebar, two months after it opened to much fanfare. It's a wine bar but not like any wine bar you have been to. This is a wine bar that cares as much about the food as they do the wines. Hence the foodies and food reviewers flocking here since the opening. The first thing that greets you as you enter is the mural of a man shucking oysters. In particular its Cromane oysters from County Kerry. It's one of the best oysters you will ever get to taste. Sea fresh, slithery, briny and minerally sweet, dressed simply with a house made light rhubarb vinegar. You could eat this all night long folks. What a start to proceedings Allta! @niall_davidson absolutely killing it. #allta #alltawinebardublin #alltadublin #trinitytownhousehotel #irishseafood #cromaneoysters #irishoysters #irishproduce #unlistedcollection #irishcuisine #dublinrestaurants #dublineats