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The Storehouse, Naas, Co. Kildare.

Storehouse

Friary Lane, Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland.

045 889333

Price: € 60-120 (for two with wine)

Hours: Tue - Fri 5.00 - 7pm Early Dinner Menu, 7 - 10.30pm A la Carte.
Sat 6pm - 10.30pm A la Carte
Sun 12am - 4pm Sunday Lunch
6pm - 9pm Sunday Dinner Menu.

Review

A warm welcome, good service and some memorable dishes mean Rocco and Paolo have a meal that ticks all the right boxes in The Storehouse.
Built in 1885 when Naas had a railway line, it's a fine stone building with handsome wooden floors and a high ceiling, which has now been converted into a restaurant. It works rather well as a conversion - the tables are well-placed to ensure space for everyone, the high-backed upholstered chairs act like a privacy wall. We got an instant welcome at the door and were shown to our table. In moments we had our bills of fare, a bottle of mineral water and bread rolls on the table. The menu and wine list have a picture of a steam locomotive on the cover, which seems appropriate, while the long tubular lampshades high above mirrored the locomotive's funnel. I started with the wine list, which is average in length and above average in mark-up. It's arranged from light-bodied to full-bodied, an arrangement that's about as usefulas listing the wines by their Pantone colour shade. As it happened Rocco wanted beer so I chose the only half bottle of red I could find, a Fleurie at €16. From a range of beers Rocco settled on a bottle of Tiger Beer. The menu is fairly classical European, but it does have a dash of Asian. Most of the starters are in the €8 - €10 range, although the prawns are a bit more expensive. There were mussels, pate, their signature Caesar salad, wontons, French onion soup among the starters, so Rocco had the Caesar salad and I had the onion soup. Both of these were good, so we were looking forward to the main courses. Looking through the main courses before we ordered, Rocco had said 'look, just what I like, meat done in lots of different ways.' He was right, there was beef in a variety of ways, lamb, pork and duck. I convinced him to be a retro-diner and have the steak Diane, which he did, while I had the pork chop. Again, both of us had competently made dishes, plenty of it, and really attentive service. Neither of us had desserts, just two very good espressos for me - they understand the concept of 'short' espressos here - and an Irish coffee for Rocco. The bill of €97.15 excluding service puts the Storehouse in the upper-middle price bracket, but for an evening out, this restaurant gets all the important things right.

Friary Lane, Naas, Co. Kildare, Ireland.

045 889333

Price: € 60-120 (for two with wine)

Hours: Tue - Fri 5.00 - 7pm Early Dinner Menu, 7 - 10.30pm A la Carte.
Sat 6pm - 10.30pm A la Carte
Sun 12am - 4pm Sunday Lunch
6pm - 9pm Sunday Dinner Menu.

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