Beneath the Little Museum of Dublin is basement hideaway Hatch & Sons, a rustic farmhouse-style spot committed to good Irish home cooking—and a commitment it is, with every ingredient, right down to the rapeseed oil, produced domestically. However this reliance on Irish ingredients doesn’t mean the menu lacks any outside influence: The brisket-and-kimchi roll is a definite standout. The best meals are always the ones you share, and the smoked fish board, replete with incredible smoked salmon and mackerel, pickled cucumbers, traditional brown soda bread, and cream cheese, is one of the most satisfyingly delicious things you could eat, washed down with a crisp glass of white.

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