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360 Cookhouse

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360 Cookhouse
Castle Street, Dungarvan,
Co.Waterford

Telephone: +353 (0)58 44-537
Email: info@360cookhouse.ie
Web: https://360cookhouse.ie

Connected to King John’s Castle and the beautiful WWI Memorial Wall, the 360 Cookhouse in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford has been grabbing people’s attention lately. Close ...

360 Cookhouse
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Opening Hours:
11.30am-9.30pm
Cuisine:
Mediterranean/Irish
A La Carte:
€6-€30
Value Menu:
Yes
Sunday Lunch:
Yes
Children’s Menu:
Yes
Number of Covers:
180
Wheelchair Facilities:
Yes
Credit Cards:
Yes
Private Dining Facilities:
Yes
Wifi:
Yes

About The Restaurant

Connected to King John’s Castle and the beautiful WWI Memorial Wall, the 360 Cookhouse in Dungarvan, Co. Waterford has been grabbing people’s attention lately. Close to Davitt's Quay, it's in a great location where all the town's foodie action is happening, but is also right beside a car park.

They open throughout the day doing great gourmet coffee, cakes and baked goods as well as a varied daytime menu with something for everyone. However, having heard good things, I was there for an evening visit with pal Rena in tow.

Warm and inviting with an exposed old brick wall interior and their lovely pergola terrace, we felt we were onto a winner as soon as we’d arrived. Bagging a table to the side we eagerly perused the menus, which were, in a word, substantial.

If you just fancy a bite or you want to mix and match, their small plates & tapas menu has lots to choose from, like a duck liver parfait with pear and shallot chutney, pickles and crostini; spiced fried white bait with dressed leaves, lemon and garlic mayo; as well as their 360 chilli and coriander chicken wings with a tequila lime dipping sauce and chilli jam. Patatas bravas was there, with a smoked paprika aioli, while a Fivemiletown goats cheese salad had new season strawberries, melon and pickled walnuts.

If you’d prefer to go the more traditional route, there are plenty of great mains on offer, from roast rack of pork with chilli and garlic tender stem broccoli, mango lime salsa and Lyonnaise potatoes, to a classic penne arrabiata. Their seafood menu includes both pan-roasted hake and pan-fried seabass, with fresh daily specials too. The carnivores are well catered for with a variety of Hereford steaks – ribeye, fillet and T-bone – not to mention the selection of gourmet burgers available. If pizza is your thing, then check out their menu of fresh stone-baked offerings from a classic Margherita  to the “Spice of Life”. They even have a Fuss Pot menu for those among you who just want a plain burger or breaded chicken with fries.

I reverted to the tapas menu ordering three small plates, starting with the Castletownbere dressed crab, delicious and fresh with its burnt apple puree, julienne apple and piece of crispy crostini. I followed this, staying at sea, with a dish of beetroot & Blackwater gin cured salmon Gravalax, which was absolutely perfect with a little dill salad, lemon aioli and a piece of sourdough, not to mention my accompanying order of the aforementioned patatas bravas with its smoked paprika aioli.

Meanwhile, Rena kicked off with the salt & pepper calamari with a homemade sweet chilli sauce, which she thoroughly enjoyed, followed by the Castle Street beer battered cod, generously portioned and utterly moresome, it came with pea puree, pea salad, house tartar and a side of crispy French fries.

They also do some fab sharing boards at 360, with seafood boards and vegan boards available too.

Oh, and don’t forget, your four-legged bestie is welcome, in fact they even have a dedicated Canine Menu with mains like meat sticks, veal filled hoof or pigs ears; and drinks like bottom sniffer doggy beer. For master, they've got third generation cask wines and a menu of classic cocktails as well.
 

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