Oliver Dunne won his Michelin stripes in the shortest time ever in Ireland. His restaurant, Bon Appetit, in Malahide, had only been open a year when it was awarded a Michelin star, breaking all records in Irish culinary history. It is fitting that Oliver has received such acclaim in so short a period of time and it comes as no surprise to those who have tasted his food. He has now created a new dining experience in the city centre with Cleaver East. He has great flair as a teacher, and his visits to Lynda Booth’s Dublin Cookery School have been a huge highlight for many of our previous students.