Things to do in Dublin this October 

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Here’s our Essential Guide to what’s happening in Dublin this September… Perfect to help you plan a great day out! Don’t forget our great special offers this October like Gin & Jazz Saturdays, Steak Thursdays or Express Lunch on Weekdays! Dine in the city this October with perfectly located Morelands Grill!


Leinster v Munster Guinness PRO14

Saturday 6 October

Whoever you’re shouting for, it’s gonna be a big one! Leinster take on Munster in one of the most anticipated games of the season, the Guinness PRO14 at Aviva Stadium. Blues v Reds is always exciting! Whether you’re watching the match live or catching it on the big screen, join us at Morelands Grill for a relaxing Gin & Jazz Saturday Lunch, before the battle begins!


Open House Dublin

12-14 October

Think you know Dublin? Think again! Open House Dublin gets behind closed doors with a whole host of the city’s buildings opening up to the public. Get to know the stories behind icons such as Casino Marino, Custom House, Dublin Castle, Leinster House & Teelings Whiskey Distillery, and hidden gems like 14 Henrietta Street, Chocolate Factory & Node. Make sure to fuel up in Morelands Grill after your exploration of hidden Dublin treasures!


The Great Pink Run

Saturday 13 October

Doing The Great Pink Run? Well done! The Annual 10K Challenge for Breast Cancer Ireland takes place in the Pheonix Park on Saturday 13th October. Hosted by TV favourite Elaine Crowley, it promises to be a really fun day out. Get the girls together and celebrate your success with Dinner & Cocktails at Morelands Grill. Indulge in a well-earned Signature Gin & Tonic!


An Evening with Nigella Lawson

Monday 22 October

We’re big fans of Nigella here at Morelands Grill. Celebrate 20 years since her ground-breaking debut cookbook How To Eat, as Nigella talks about her life in food and what she’s cooking right now. It promises to be an evening of charm, wit & entertainment with the award-winning author, TV chef & all-round food icon. Pop in for a Pre-Theatre treat before heading to the stunning National Concert Hall.

Bram Stoker Festival

26-29 October

Four days of deadly adventure! It’s that time of year again… Get into the Halloween spirit at the Bram Stoker Festival. There’s something scary for everyone with Stokerland, a pop-up Victorian theme park, the Night of the Shifting Bog & NYsferatu Symphony of a Century. Make it a day to remember with lunch at Morelands Grill. How would you like your stake?


Apres Match Live

Sunday 21 October

Up for a laugh? Apres Match Live brings it’s game to Vicar Street on Sunday 21st October. As always , the lads are irreverent, on the ball & absolutely hilarious! With two decades behind them, Barry Murphy, Risteard Cooper & Gary Cooke are the funny faces of Irish sports broadcasting. Impersonations, satire & comedy costumes, nobody famous in Ireland is safe! Make it a Sunday to remember with a dinner in Morelands before the gig!


Kylie Minogue / David Byrne/ Jools Holland

Multiple Dates

It’s all happening at the 3Arena! With a great live line-up for October, check out pop legend Kylie Minogue, cult music icon David Byrne & all-round entertainer Jools Holland, with his amazing Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. Get your night out off to a great start with our delicious Pre-Theatre Dinner, served from 5.45 to 7pm daily. Pair with your favourite wine, relax & enjoy!


We are looking froward to seeing you in Morelands Grill this October! 

We’re autumn-ready here at Morelands Grill! See you in September?

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Here’s our Essential Guide to what’s happening in Dublin this September… perfectly paired with Morelands Grill September Offers! Why not plan a great day out in the city, and let us look after you here? Take time out with friends before hitting the town – Dublin is your oyster!

Dublin City Liffey Swim / Sept 1st /
Are you doing the 99th Dublin City Liffey Swim? Bravo! Saturday September 1st will see many Dubliners meet along the quays to cheer on over 500 swimmers in this year’s Epic Swim. The great spectacle kicks off at 2.30pm. Why not join us at Morelands Grill for Jazz Saturday Lunch? Make it an unforgettable day. And we’re right next to the river, too!

All Ireland Senior Football Campionship Final / Sept 2nd /
Bring it on! The All Ireland Senior Football Championship Final, Sunday 2nd September, sees Tyrone take on Dublin. Kick-off is at 3.30 & it promises to be a cracking game! Make it a day to remember and get in to Morelands Grill for lunch before heading to Croke Park

Dublin Fringe Festival / Sept 8th to 23rd /
It’s Dublin Fringe Festival time! Running from September 8th to 23rd, the fun and creativity of #fringefest is takes over the city. Explore cabaret, comedy, dance, music, theatre, art, spoken work and installation. From the strange, to startling, to surprising, the Fringe is always thoroughly engaging! Start with dinner at Morelands Grill and let the night unfurl…

Culture Night Dublin / Sept 21st /
It’s our favourite night of the year! Culture Night Dublin is happening on September 21st. With a whole host of exciting events to choose from, we like the look of… A History of Merrion Square, Aerial Cirque, Bewleys Cafe Theatre, Christchurch Cathedral, Dublin Busking Experience. City Hall, GPO, The Little Museum of Dublin. There’s so much to do in the city on Culture Night Dublin. Get your programme, go out and enjoy! Don’t forget to re-fuel in Morelands after your culture fix!

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Olympia Comedy / September /
Are you having a laugh? Get down to the Olympia for a whole month of Lolz. Jimmy Carr will have you rolling in the aisles from September 6th to 8th, with his Greatest Hits Tour. Then there’s Sarah Millican, September 13th to 16th, Rob Brydon September 22nd and Ross Noble, 29th September. Dinner at Morelands, your fave Comedian, best night out ever!

Dublin Festival Of History / Sept 24th to Oct 7th /
Ever wondered about Dublin’s fascinating past? Now’s your chance to find out more! The Dublin Festival of History brings us back in time, to explore the beginnings of the city right up to modern times. Featuring a packed programme of events, check out… The Social History of Modern Ireland, The Last Century: More Than Concrete Blocks, Dublinia Family Tours, The Dublin Docker, Women In Gaol, Arnotts 175 Years Anniversary. And lots more!

Why not kick-off your weekend with our Jazz Saturday Lunch? It’s the perfect tonic! Choose from our delicious menu and then sit back, to soothing live jazz with a mini taster of our Gin Cocktail Of The Day. Finish a gorgeous afternoon with our divine Morelands Sundae… Heavenly! Avail of Jazz Lunch For Two deal – Two Course Lunch, with a Half Bottle of House Wine, only 49.00 for two!

Graduation Dinner & Lunch Celebration in Morelands Grill Restaurant

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Celebration Graduation Dinner in Morelands Grill

On the door step of Trinity College Dublin, close to DIT and accessible to DCU and UCD, Morelands Grill on Westmoreland Street is the perfect city centre location in which to celebrate your graduation with your family and loved ones.

With the hard work and sacrifices of your under-graduate years now over, revel in deserved style over lunch or dinner at Morelands Grill.

Celebrate in Morelands Grill with wide selection of dishes perfect for the entire family. 

Let us help to toast your success with a complementary  glass of Champagne for any Graduate when dining at Morelands Grill!

Book your table now to avoid disappointment. 

Treat yourself to one of our signature dishes:

House Made Spatzli

With native Irish lobster, prawns and fresh crab in Swiss gruyere cheese sauce

Josper Baked Crevettes

With crisp chorizo crumbs and pan con tomate

Josper Grilled Steak

Peter Hannan 30 day Himalayan salt aged Irish beef, served with hand cut chips

Book Your Table Now


If you appreciate great steak in the City, then look no further…

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Morelands Grill, located right beside the Temple Bar cultural quarter, has introduced Steak Night Thursday!

Every Thursday, enjoy one of our award winning set steaks with a delightful glass of house wine for only €19.95.

The night begins with our top-quality beef which is sourced from McLoughlin’s of Dublin, a family run-business that is committed to both the sustainability and health of their cattle, raising them only on the best of natural grass and grains without artificial growth promoters of additives.

Next, our beef is cooked to perfection in our top quality charcoal burning Josper Grill. This grill, which reaches up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, allows the heat to enclose the beef resulting in a mouth-watering steak full of flavour cooked to your favourite temperature.

The difference is our beef must be tasted to be appreciated, so the final step is to drop in and try it for yourself. Bring your family and friends to start the weekend off early with a special treat. Let Morelands Grill modern ambience and warm atmosphere refresh you after a long day of hard work or a busy outing in the city!

To make a booking call 01 645 1318 or email

Experience Irelands Gin Renaissance at Morelands Grill

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Recent years have seen a ‘gin renaissance’, with Ireland blazing a trail of its own when it comes to the production of high-quality boutique gins.

The Morelands Grill ethos of championing Irish food producers in its menu also applies to the gin we serve. As the signature aperitif on the menu, it is important for us to use this opportunity to showcase award-winning Irish distillers of gin. The three gins we have picked to help stimulate our customers’ appetites are Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin, Dingle Gin and Glendalough Gin.

Hailing from three different provinces of Ireland – Connacht, Munster and Leinster – they show the breadth and reach of award-winning gin producers on this small island of ours.

Drumshanbo Gunpowder Gin

Drumshanbo Gin is distilled in The Shed Distillery in the north west of Ireland, the first distillery in the province for over 100 years. It opened for business in 2014. The gin was the brainchild of Patrick Rigney, and gets its name from the use of Gunpowder tea, a Chinese green tea, in the recipe.

The flavour has been described as bold and bright with a spicy freshness. It includes an impressive mix of botanicals. Those that are slow distilled by hand include: juniper berries, angelica root, orris root, caraway seed, coriander seed, meadow-sweet, cardamom, and star anise. The vapour-infused botanicals used are: oriental lemon, oriental lime, fresh grapefruit, and its namesake, Gunpowder tea.

Glendalough Gin

Based in Wicklow, the ‘Garden of Ireland’, Glendalough Distillery was founded in 2011 by five friends keen to revive craft distilling in Ireland. They started by making and selling the traditional Irish spirit, poitín, following which they expanded into whiskey, and then gin in 2014.

Every botanical in their gin is hand-foraged in the locality by Geraldine Kavanagh. This is in addition to the use of common gin botanicals like juniper berry, coriander seeds and angelica root.

The seasonally foraged Irish botanicals include hawthorn berries, sloe berries, ground ivy, sage, rowan berries, blackberries, elderberries, angelica flowers, apples, dandelion flowers, sorrel, and the fraughan berry.

Little surprise then that Glendalough Distillery’s Wild Botanical Gin, which they say captures the four seasons in one bottle, scooped its first major award this year: Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.

Dingle Original Gin

Oliver Hughes and his cousin Liam LaHart opened Dingle Whiskey Distillery in 2012, with its first gin coming on the market in 2015. Dingle Original Gin is made in small batches of 500 litres. It’s what is categorised as a London dry gin but has its own unique flavours.

Last year, it won the best London Dry Gin award for the Ireland category at the World Gin Awards. The flavours and botanicals in Dingle Original Gin include rowan berry, fuchsia, bog myrtle, hawthorn, heather, chervil, angelica and coriander – locally grown botanicals that give it the ‘taste of Kerry’.

Gin and Jazz

Other notes that blend splendidly with gin are the musical notes you find in jazz. You can enjoy this winning combination each Saturday with us at our Gin and Jazz lunchtime events. You can enjoy a mini cocktail taster of our Gin Cocktail of the day on arrival.

Over a two-course lunch, continue your own forage through our gin menu and sample one, some or all (your choice!) of the Irish gins we have on offer. If you are not sure which Gin and Jazz drinker you might be, we suggest you throw on these tunes and decide which gin flavour matches your jazz style?

Sounds like: Autumn in New York – Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong

Tastes like: Drumshambo Gunpowder Gin, with Thomas Henry Tonic and Grapefruit and Thyme

Ella Fitzgerald’s sweetly melodic voice contrasted superbly with Armstrong’s signature rasp – just like the way the sweetness of the grapefruit works nicely with the kick of Drumshanbo’s Gunpowder Gin.

Tastes like: Dingle Original Gin, with Thomas Henry Elderflower tonic and cucumber

Sounds like: Fly Me to the Moon – Frank Sinatra

Frank Sinatra was the King of understated swing and had a wonderful understanding of the lyrics he sang.  Like Sinatra, the distillers of Dingle Original Gin show that they understand the power of a perfectly balanced dry gin.

Tastes like: Glendalough Gin, with Thomas Henry Slim-line Tonic water, and orange and rosemary

Sounds like: My Favourite Things – Sarah Vaughan

Sarah Vaughan’s sound ranged from the delicate highs of soprano notes to luscious baritone lows. Glendalough Gin with its seasonal offerings shows a similar gifted variety in its taste.

Please note: There will be no live performance for the month of August 2019. Live performances will return in September 2019. Lunch will be served as normal throughout this time.

To make a booking call 01 645 1318 or email

Celebrating the Holidays with Morelands Grill Gift Cards

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This winter give the gift of time spent together, give a holiday gift card.


During the holiday season it feels like we are continually inundated by various commitments, shopping expeditions, and office events. In the hustle and bustle of the season, spending time with loved ones can be put on the back burner, so to speak. The moments of the holidays we cherish most are those when we are surrounded by our loved ones, enjoying one another’s company and taking time to slow things down and appreciate what makes the hearth and home special.

This holiday season our festive gift cards are designed to provide your special someone with a chance to slow down, enjoy the company of those around them, indulge in the comforts of luxury and gourmet food, and be reinvigorated.

Give your dearest an experience they will never forget, like a Table d’Hôte Dinner for two, and they will have the chance to savour three scrumptious courses at Morelands Grill, complimented by a bottle of our fabulous House Wine.

Alternatively, we have come together with our neighbour, The Westin Dublin, to create a number of fantastic partnership gift cards. Provide your loved one with a truly glamorous adventure through one of our gift cards that combines a meal at Morelands Grill with a stay at The Westin.

For just €395, you can give the recipient dinner for two at Morelands Grill, in addition to a night’s stay in one of the Westin’s luxurious Classic Rooms together with a gourmet full Irish breakfast. For €675, you can extend this magical stay at the Westin into a full weekend of luxury in the heart of the city; we have gift cards for dinner at Morelands Grill together with two night’s stay at The Westin including breakfast.

For those who are more inclined towards glamorous afternoons and tea parties, there are a number of offers for fantastic afternoon teas at The Westin. The Traditional Afternoon Tea for Two voucher for €84 provides the recipient with a delicious afternoon filled with indulgent, tasty treats. For something a little more fabulous, the Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two voucher for €116 will give your dearest a sophisticated afternoon tea highlighted by a glass of marvelous champagne.

Conversely, if you are really unsure about what your loved one wants most, why not buy a monetary gift card for Morelands Grill and let them decide? Regardless of how they spend the gift card, they will be enjoying our gourmet culinary creations, sophisticated ambience, and world-class service.

So this year why not give the gift of spending time with friends and family, of sharing delicious food, and of making lasting, festive memories with our holiday gift cards.

A Cocktail for All Seasons

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Evoke the true rustic spirit of Autumn by sampling our refreshing new cocktail: the Wicked Pumpkin Head.

Wicked Pumpkin Head

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,
Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun;
Conspiring with him how to load and bless
With fruit the vines that round the thatch-eves run;

So begins Keats’ ode to the cosiest month of all – Autumn. It’s no wonder that the season of Autumn has inspired so many poems. The crisp loveliness of the season puts us all into a reflective mood as we watch the leaves change colours and drift down to earth.

In Ireland it’s no different; even though our Autumns are a tad more rainy than those elsewhere, we still get to experience the existential beauty of a true Autumn. Whether you’re encountering Autumn in the city or the countryside, Ireland’s diverse landscapes and natural beauty have the capacity to amaze.

We crafted our flavoursome Wicked Pumpkin Head cocktail to keep you warm and cosy as you contemplate the wonders of nature playing out before you. The drink is created with three simple yet indispensable and delicious ingredients – Woodford Reserve Bourbon, apricot brandy, and spicey pumpkin purée.

Woodford Reserve Bourbon isn’t just any bourbon. This clear, amber-coloured spirit is replete with complex citrus, cinnamon, and cocoa notes which are in turn highlighted by toffee, caramel, chocolate, and spice flavours to create a truly memorable composition. To balance this melange of flavours, we then delicately swirl rich apricot brandy into the concoction. The apricot brandy gives the cocktail a mellow, fruity undertone which fully complements the spice of the bourbon.

The finishing touch is a final addition of our homemade spicy pumpkin purée. If you have ever enjoyed a pumpkin pie on a cool Autumnal day, you know the sort of deep, visceral comfort a handmade pumpkin purée can create. Our pumpkin purée offsets the sweetness of the apricot and adds a toasty richness to the drink.

To complete the Morelands Grill recipe for a perfect Autumnal evening, add a cheese board or baked apple tart tartin to the evening’s entertainment and settle down for a lovely moment of indulgence, reflection, and appreciation of nature’s beauty. To end where we started, here is the final stanza of Keats’ “To Autumn”:

Where are the songs of spring? Ay, Where are they?
Think not of them, thou hast thy music too,
While barred clouds bloom the soft-dying day,
And touch the stubble-plains with rosy hue;
Then in a wailful choir the small gnats mourn
Among the river sallows, borne aloft
Or sinking as the light wind lives or dies;
And full-grown lambs loud bleat from hilly bourn;
Hedge-crickets sing; and now with treble soft
The red-breast whistles from a garden-croft;
And gathering swallows twitter in the skies. 

Superfood Restaurant at Morelands: get refreshed with our healthy restaurant menu.

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The summer is slowly transitioning into Fall and as we watch the thermostat go up and the leaves sunset into a series of a colors before drifting down to earth, we begin to become nostalgic for the summer months that were all too fleeting.

The thought of steak often conjures up cosy images of warmth, comfort, and a glass of quality red wine to compliment the juicy steak in front of you. However, as people living in Ireland, we reside in a country that is often cold and, as a result, we have plenty of opportunities to relish in the kind of comfort that an escape from cold and rain brings (especially when that escape involves the union of warmth and gustatory pleasure).

So why not embrace the last few weeks of warmth and sunshine this year with something off our Superfoods menu. The plates from our Superfoods restaurant menus are crafted with fresh, local ingredients chosen to develop a composition of tastes which are just as satisfying as our more indulgent meals.

The Superfoods menu options are marked thusly with our Superfoods insignia. These meals are crafted to be nutritionally well-rounded and energising. Whether or not you have embraced a healthy lifestyle, you will appreciate the culinary expertise used in creating these meals and you will feel both refreshed and energised after your meal.

Moreover, oftentimes when groups go to a steakhouse like Morelands Grill, there will be a vegetarian in the group, or someone trying get in peak condition for an upcoming run or slim down for a holiday away or perhaps someone who is very sensitive to certain allergens. Our Superfood menu items are delicious for everyone to try, but they also make your night out a rewarding and inclusive experience for everyone. No one in your group will feel left behind or disappointed as our healthy restaurant menu items ensure that there is something exquisite on the Morelands menu for everyone.

Without compromising on quality, flavour, or freshness, these menu items are made to amaze. So why not stop in soon and embrace the fleeting warmth of summer with a light, refreshing meal from our Superfoods menu. Add a bespoke gin and tonic to your Organic Clare Island Salmon or Grilled Chicken Paillard and toast to the last rays of summer!

Reserve your place during our busy Autumn months by Booking a Table with us now.

Best Steak from the Josper Grill In Dublin City Centre at Morelands Grill

Best Steak In Dublin City Centre – Journey Of Your Steak

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The best steak in Dublin city centre is not easy to make, but we are willing to go the distance.

When you have a steak at Morelands Grill, you are taking a gustatory pilgrimage from the rugged slopes of the Pakistani Himalayas, to the deserts of Australia, and from the dazzling Spanish coast to the rolling, emerald hills of South Leinster.

So what does it mean to have so many diverse landscapes and places represented in a single steak? And how does Morelands Grill bring together a world of flavor in every meal?

It all begins in the gently undulating hills of South Leinster where committed farmers raise cattle using natural grains and fresh grass, not hormones, antibiotics, and questionable feed. The small collection of farmers we source beef from are committed both to sustainability and to the health of their cattle, which we all know impacts the quality of the resulting beef.

The beef we use for our rib eye steaks goes on another journey of its own. This steak is sourced from Peter Hannon’s unique Himalayan salt chamber. Massive blocks of rose coloured salt sourced from the Pakistani Himalayas line the walls of Hannon’s specially designed salt beef chamber; the walls of salt slowly remove the moisture from the beef naturally. The result is a juicer, tender steak with a series of rich flavour tones.


The butcher we source our choice cuts from is McLoughlin’s of Dublin, a family-run business that has been in operation since the 1940s. The founder, Joe McLoughlin, was inspired by the cattle ranching in Australia and relocated there to learn the trade. Ranching skills acquired and his head full of new recipes and techniques, McLoughlin moved his growing family back to Dublin where they established Dublin’s premium craft butchers and have been satisfying customers and exciting chefs ever since.


If you thought this was where the steak’s journey ends, you’d be wrong. The grill we use at Morelands is just as integral a part of the process as the meat itself. Our Josper Grill is the stuff of legends. Based on the coastline of Barcelona and with over 25000 clients in 80 cities, the Josper brings a truly international flavour to the Morelands kitchen. It is a charcoal-only grill; the smokiness of the charcoal envelops the steak and leaves the meat with a lovely, slightly smoky fragrance. The extremely high temperatures (up to 500 degrees) the Josper is capable of maintaining ensure that your steak isn’t baked, but rather cooked to juicy perfection, muy rapido.

The most important part of the journey is, of course, the one your fork makes from the plate to your appreciative mouth. However, the confluence of international influences, family history, and modern technology that come together at Morelands to create the perfect steak are indicative of Morelands overall values. We belief in crafting beautiful meals with an Irish flair that we are proud to serve. Drop in sometime soon and experience our steaks for yourself, they’re out of this world.


Best Sundae In Dublin – Morelands Signature Sundae

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Morelands Signature Sundae

Sundae Sunshine in a glass

You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! It’s the treat of choice on a hot summer’s day, and thankfully this summer we have had plenty of dry hot days to enjoy this simple indulgence. Not that we need a fine summer’s day to rush out for an ice cream in Dublin. The Irish climate is not a deterrent, with Irish people eating more ice cream than the Italians.

Ice cream epitomises our love of sweet things and our desire to make the most of our generally fleeting good weather. That is why it is a dessert for all seasons in this country. Whatever the time of year, it tastes like sunshine on the palate. This frozen dairy dessert made of milk, cream, sugar, and (typically) egg yolks continues to take on more variations and flavours. The more typical choices range from vanilla, chocolate and salted caramel to cookies and cream or chocolate chip flavoured ice-cream. From here on, the options start inching further away from the original flavours to tastes that incorporate brown bread or beer or green tea into that creamy mix we call ice cream. And it doesn’t stop there – there is even avocado-based ice cream and a blue-cheese variety! You name the flavour and it probably exists somewhere in the world as an ice cream.
For all the variety in the world though, the old-school flavours still reign supreme. And we have one such ice cream which makes for a vital ingredient in one of our own desserts, the Morelands Sundae – the best sundae in Dublin.

Our Signature Sundae includes premium ice cream produced by the Taylor Family on the Glastry Farm in Co Down. The milk used in their ice cream comes from the Taylors’ own pedigree herd and is free from any artificial additives, artificial stabilisers or artificial ingredients.

Which brings us nicely back to our climate, because even though we don’t always get the opportunity to enjoy ice cream in the sunshine, it is the abundant rain in this country which gives us lush plentiful grass to feed our dairy cows. This bountiful beautiful grass helps makes the best milk, which in turn makes our ice cream amongst the best in the world. If you don’t believe us on that point, just ask legendary film director Francis Ford Coppola – he rates it amongst the best himself. The Morelands Sundae is less about extreme flavours (we’re not big on the idea of beer-flavoured ice cream ourselves) and more about traditional combinations with a twist.

Our Signature Dessert

The main ingredient in our Sundae is Glastry Farm’s Yellowman Honeycomb ice cream. This is paired with crushed cookies, chocolate fudge sauce and maple pecans, which give a sweet and slightly brittle crunch to the texture of the Sundae. The final flourish is a rum-soaked cherry on top. It is, quite simply, heaven in a glass.

And why did we choose the Sundae to be our signature dessert? Knowing how the Irish love their ice cream, we knew that it would be sweet indulgence at the end of a meal to be served up layers of ice cream and cookies in a pretty glass.

Who wouldn’t enjoy scooping that combination up one spoonful at a time?

So, if after reading this post you decide to call in and skip right to the dessert for this order, we won’t judge you. In fact, we’re kind of expecting you to call in for a sneaky Morelands Sundae. And if you do, don’t worry, your secret is safe with us.

Treat yourself