As of 4th March, Galway’s bakery & Wine Bar Éan – a recent addition to the city’s dining scene and sister restaurant to Michelin-starred Loam – which opted to temporarily close its doors in December because of the pandemic has reopened for takeaway.
The new takeaway offering will be available Thursday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm. To coincide with the opening Éan is launching new at home meal kits which will be available at weekends.
The new Éan @ Home menus, which will change every two weeks, wil be released in limited numbers on Mondays at 12pm via the restaurant’s website (www.eangalway.com) with last orders needing to be confirmed by Wednesday (unless otherwise sold out).
Collection of the easy to cook meal kits, which serve two people, is available from Éan on Druid Lane adjacent to the city’s Druid Lane Theatre Company on Fridays or Saturdays between 4pm and 6pm, with collection time slots available at the point of ordering. The cost of the dinner kits is €75, or €90 with wine. Specialist dietary requirements cannot be catered for, although there is a vegetarian option.
The first week’s menu is set to include dishes such as Éan Sourdough & Wild Garlic Butter, a choice of Jersey Curds, Organic Salad, Blood Orange, or Duck Liver Parfait, Smoked Almonds, Forced Rhubarb, a Beetroot/Artichoke Wellington, Roasted Yeast Sauce, or Confit Duck Leg, Miso Duck Sauce with sides of Leaf & Root Farm Greens and Pink Fir Apple Potatoes with Seaweed Butter. Sweet treats will consist of Quince, White Chocolate & Salted Honey Cake, and a Chocolate-chip Cookie Dough, with Smoked Salt.
Dishes will showcase quality in season ingredients from some of the country’s best producers including Leaf & Root farm in Co. Galway, Ballymakenny Farm in Co. Louth, Thornhill Duck in Co. Cavan, The Village Dairy in Co. Meath, and Ryan’s Rhubarb in Co. Dublin, with the wild garlic and seaweed foraged by the Éan team themselves.