The atmosphere is warm and welcoming with a wonderful menu of Middle Eastern/Egyptian foods…
Enjoy your meal on our lovely terrace outside…
Keshk Menu is mainly focused on Mediterranean cuisine with evident inspirations from several cultures such as Egyptian, Greek & Turkish.
Eggplant, lettuce, squash, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms, okra, cucumbers, and a variety of greens are served fresh, baked, roasted, sautéed, grilled, and puréed making every dish sunny, juicy, colourful but most importantly healthy.
The main courses focus on delicately charcoal-grilled meats and fish.
Guests can choose from a variety of different cuts of fresh lamb, beef and chicken, however, we also have plenty of options for vegetarians.
Bring Your Own Bottle of Wine Policy with no corkage charges means amazing value dining in these recessionary times!
Parties of 40-50 avail of room exclusivity.
Keshk Cafe accommodates up to 50-60 guests in the function room.
If you would like to book a private party please call on 01 667 3002 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gift Vouchers are available from Keshk and are a perfect present for anyone who loves their food…
“Keshk is remarkable in a number of ways but lets take wine first. You bring your own wine or beer and they don’t even charge you for the service of opening it, pouring it into the rather attractive wine glasses provided, washing them up afterwards and recycling the bottle.
The food here is, broadly speaking, that of north African and the Eastern Med, apart of the world that is, for religious reasons, largely for teetotal.. It is also the kind of food that appeals to something very deep inside me: Its a sunny kind of food, with lots of garlic, lemon, cumin, lamb grilled over charcoal, flat breads. olive oil…. I suspect you will understand what I’m getting at.
Keshk is a gem. Most of the menu is as simple as it gets, good raw materials cooked in a way that goes back centuries, a reminder that you can eat very well indeed without spending a fortune- The bill came to a very reasonable €59.70- and, in the poor excuse for the summer, a reminder also, of the food of the sunnier places.”
TOM DOORLEY – Daily Mail