Sash restaurant

No. 1 Pery Square Hotel & Spa, Pery Square, Limerick City

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19 reviews
4 stars - based on 19 reviews
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A STYLISH SPACE THROUGH A QUIRKY SASH WINDOW SHAPED DOOR

The charming restaurant on the first floor of No. 1 Pery Square is called Sash, referring to that most distinctive feature of these magnificent Georgian houses, the sash window.

The name Sash is also, maybe, a nod to the dressing-up appeal of going out to dinner somewhere special!

Step into this stylish space through a quirky sash window-shaped door, into a restaurant with views of the surrounding Georgian streetscape, a lovely room with a menu that is quietly confident and traditional, but with the same contemporary twist to be found throughout all of No. 1 Pery Square.

Focusing on home cooking with an extra layer of sophistication, the menu at Sash is almost like country house food in the city – showcasing simple but elegant dishes, both classic and contemporary, using old-school, time-proven techniques.

LOCAL AND IN SEASON MENUS

Ingredients used are local, seasonal, and reflective of a menu that would have been familiar in the house at the time it was built, recognisable to those original Georgians, with the addition of herbs and leaves grown in No. 1 Pery Square’s own kitchen gardens where possible.

Sash also has a carefully selected wine list featuring a collection of unique boutique producers & classic selections, ranging from casual wines for relaxed evenings, to rare and hard to find bottles.

COSY NOT GRAND, RELAXED NOT POSH

Sash reflects the attributes of its home in No. 1 Pery Square – being elegant, thoughtful, Irish, historic, with an extra layer of sophistication and character.

Sash is a little beacon of old-fashioned conviviality – cosy, not grand, relaxed, not posh – and serving proper food to share and enjoy.

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OPENING HOURS

Monclosed
Tue12:30pm - 9:00pm
Wed12:30pm - 9:00pm
Thu12:30pm - 9:00pm
Fri12:30pm - 9:30pm
Sat12:30pm - 9:30pm
Sun1:00pm - 8:00pm

CAPACITY
80 people

CUISINES
Brasserie, French, Organic

FACILITIES

Wheelchair Accessible Full Bar, Beer, Wine, Spirits Accept major credit cards Coeliac options available Veggie options available Will accept party bookings Terraced dining area Seafood available

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K O\'Dwyer
Tipperary
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th January 2015 (visited 9 January 2015 )

We ate there Friday night, new menu had been installed, should have left then. Could not eat the started of hummus and hard dry toast, was not charged for that. Main course of haddock was served without veg or potatoe, charged 27 euro for just fish piece, dessert was ok , chocolate mousse, but poorly presented, two blobs on a plate. This was previously my favourite restaurant, I won't be returning unless menu changes again.

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K O\'Dwyer
Tipperary
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th January 2015 (visited 9 January 2015 )

Ate there Friday night, with a friend, new menu was being tried out, not a good menu, could not eat the starter of hummus with toast, dry and hard, was not charged for this. Main course of fish was ok but served with no veg or potatoes, for 27 euro for fish, i would expect them to be included. Dessert tasted fine, chocolate mousse but bad presentation, two blobs of mousse on a plate. Previously my favourite restaurant, but no more!

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patriciaoshea78
Tipperary
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th October 2014 (visited 2 October 2014 )

Lovely service and unbelievable food

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miami_eire82696107
Limerick
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st February 2014 (visited 31 January 2014 )

Atmosphere and staff service are nice. However, main foods are poor and taste fatty stinks oily. It was better McDonald's hamburger. I was expected something organic fresh food but no fresh organic and not good strong crisp fired enough. Bread and deserts are excellent. Restaurant sheaf need learn more something lost basic process of technique. Compare to price to food quality waste of money.

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Jacomo
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th October 2013 (visited 7 October 2013 )

Not attentive staff and overpriced.

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BRAZIL72
Limerick
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th July 2013 (visited 2 July 2013 )

I was in a party of 6 with one toddler and we were treating our Australian relative to lunch before he left Limerick. The room we were in was very dark and we were seated at a table beside the door and in front of the bar although there were other tables available. It was not a very child friendly place, no high chair offered. The food was mediocre, the side salad on the dishes lacked imagination and the fries were cheap skinny fries; I've had much better dressed dishes elsewhere. Waiter wasn't the best and we saw him eating and drinking behind the bar! To top it all my umbrella was taken from inside the front door, another first. Will not be returning here, we spent over €100 and were sorry we hadn't taken our custom to somewhere who would have appreciated us a bit more.

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helena1984
Cork
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 11th June 2013 (visited 8 June 2013 )

This was my second time at Perry Sq, I used spa on both ocassions...It is always so relaxing...Girls really look after you..On both ocassions had dinner here and used the bar as well...Elegant, nice and cosy place..Service was one of the best in the country...Starter and Main were fantastic, dessert was a little less enjoyable..I would add more things to the menu..Genache was hard and very very small...Not what I expected and themed with mango sorbet (which was gorgeous, but I did not think went well with genache). Overall , 4.75 stars...Fairytale place in fab location..Highly recommended.

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ADublinDiner
Dublin
78 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 23rd January 2012 (visited 2 January 2012 )

Always love staying in One Pery Square, it's such a lovely friendly, elegant hotel. The dining room is lovely and there's always a great atmosphere. Excellent food and very good value for money! :-)

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thedcman
Galway
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th October 2011 (visited 14 October 2011 )

lovely size restaurant with 1 of the best wine lists i've seen. service was excellent and really an ideal venue to go with a boutique hotel.

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Foodie11
Limerick
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th May 2011 (visited 16 April 2011 )

I absolutley love this restaurant. there is nothing in Limerick with the same atmosphere. This Georgian hotel is full of suprises, every room has a different feel to it. The drawing room is fabulous and they serve afternoon tea which has a great selection. The classical french style Brasserie is just beautiful and the food is delisious. I am a regular for the Early bird menu which is superb value and than I always treat myself to a cocktail :)

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newbie071
Cork
12 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th February 2011 (visited 25 February 2011 )

We were staying at the hotel and benefited from the early bird menu which was available on Friday evening. From start to finish the food was superb. I had the beef bourguignon which was mouth watering. My partner had the steak which I tasted and would strongly recommend. A great atmosphere and a superb selection of wines. Would highly recommend this restaurant.

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porkypig
Dublin
24 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 04th May 2010 (visited 29 April 2010 )

Really nice food, unfortunately being a Thursday night, it was very empty - 2 other tables I think. The food is good - I had smoked salmon to start. It was delicious, but the portion was huge - it was a whole salmon fillet, which is too filling for a starter. For mains I had the duck with sweet potato and pickled beetroot. This was delicious, apart from the beetroot - which was hard as a rock. I presume it was meant to be that way, but I found it very strange. Great value at €75 for 2 people and a bottle of wine. Would definitely recommend.

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Croft
Limerick
11 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th February 2010 (visited 13 February 2010 )

Decor is very elegant, unfortunately the lack of soft furnishings makes for a noisy room and I was disappointed that the only linen was the napkins and the cutlery was placed directly on the wooden table. Initially we were presented with basket of exceptionally good bread, which set my expectation high for the evening ahead. Our first course was Jerusalem artichoke soup, langoustines, mussels & scallop with lemongrass oil, the soup was delicious, the scallop cooked to perfection but the langoustine and mussel were tasteless and no hint of the lemon oil. My husband had Mosaic of foie gras, duck liver & confit duck, chestnut puree, pickled onions, and he was served a silky smooth and delicate pate. For main course I had the Steak frites: Prime Hereford fillet steak with chips, watercress & béarnaise sauce and although I was aware of what I ordered I was disappointed to see chips as the companion to a fillet, particularly one served with such a delicate béarnaise sauce, the steak was good however if a little on the skimpy side. I also ordered a green salad but the dish it was served in made it difficult not to end up with greenery all over the table. My husband had the cod on a bed of tagliatelle with chorizo oil; it turned out to have batons of chorizo in the tagliatelle (not on the menu) which somewhat over powered the cod. Dessert was a selection of chocolate, bitter chocolate tart, chocolate mousse, malted chocolate ice cream & cocoa jelly, all divine. And an apple tatin worthy of any patisserie. Overall I felt it the food was good but extremely expensive for what it is (with a bottle of wine €160) and although I would eat there again I had higher expectations

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foodiemcfooderson
Limerick
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th February 2010 (visited 30 January 2010 )

I went here with my partner and we were really impressed. We were initially seated near the door which we found a little drafty so asked to move which wasn't a problem. The service was friendly and attentive, the waitress recommended a lovely wine based on our preferences and got it just right. The meal started with a beautiful butternut squash amuse bouche with a goats cheese foam, compliments of the chef. For starter we had rabbit rillitte served with piccalilli and a caramelized onion and cashel blue tart, both delicious. For main I had the halibut with toasted almonds which was cooked to perfection. My partner had the surf and turf which comprised of home corned beef and scallops, again beautifully cooked. My partner ended his meal with a cheese plate, wonderfully presented and accompanied by quince jelly and crackers. 3 courses with coffee (irish & calypso) and a bottle of wine, €121 before tip. A little pricey but absolutely worth it. Wonderful food, wonderful atmosphere, perfect for a special evening.

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brownejp
Limerick
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st February 2010 (visited 30 January 2010 )

I found Brasserie one a very much hit and miss affair. My starter of steak tartar was delicious and while the main course of poached cod was very well cooked it was a bit bland. I found the whole idea of paying extra for potatoes and veg a bit odd. When the meal is going to come to €65 to €70 having to pay €3.50 for potatoes and another €3.50 for beans a bit much. It felt a bit like being in a Chinese where they tell you that it's 50cent extra for fried rice.... The quantity of veg that comes with the meal is purely decorative. For desert I went for "chocolate". It was extremely rich and was served on a very pretentious black slate. Even though the restaurant was pretty dark you could still tell that black slates aren't the easiest to keep clean and stain and scratch very easily. It's a little off putting. The chocolate was a selection of chocolate in various guises and textures. Very sinful. It must have been sitting under a heat lamp for a few minutes though as the ice-cream and more delicate pieces of chocolate were a bit melted. My partner had the veal for main and to be honest it was a bit stringy and bland piece of meat. The apple tart tatin and duck terrine looked lovely, I didn't taste but they seemed to go down well. The wine (Syrah, Simone Joseph, Cotes du Rhone,) was very good and very reasonably priced, well recommended. The service was very good and polite. A bit of banter with the waitress is always good. The atmosphere of the restaurant is nice. It's located upstairs. It's surprisingly far from the bar/reception. The lighting is a bit dark but that’s par for the course these days. the place was full and people seemed to be enjoying it. All in all I found it a bit expensive for what I had. Perhaps I made a bad choice for my main course. I think if they did a set price menu for €55 (with supplements for the steak etc) it might come across a bit better. 3 course Dinner for two with coffee and a bottle of wine €130.

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