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Rope Mussels With White Wine Cream Recipe From Sole Restaurant

Rope Mussels With white wine cream recipe by Chef Richie Wilson at Sole Restaurant, using the finest of Irish ingredients in a classical dish. Dublin’s SOLE Seafood and Grill launches their “Afternoon Seafood Tower”, offering a lunchtime selection of the most popular Irish seafood on a tiered serving platter.


500 g Fresh Rope Mussels
100 ml White wine
400 ml Cream
100 g chopped shallots
2 crushed garlic cloves
1 tsp chopped thyme
1 tsp chopped flat leaf parsley
1 Bay leaf
1 Lemon


1. Begin by heating a pot with a little oil, add in the shallots, garlic and thyme. Stir this gently for 1 to 2 minutes. Now add the white wine and bay leaf and bring to the boil.
2. Place all the mussels in the sink under cold running water and give them a good wash around each other trying to remove any beards or gravel or sand that may have gathered on them.
3. Place them in a strainer and strain well until all the water is gone.
4. Add the mussels to the pot of boiling white wine and place a tight-fitting lid on. Steam for about 2 minutes before giving the mussels a really good stir before adding the cream then return to the heat for another 2 minutes.
5. By now all the mussels should have opened and are ready to be served.
6. Just finish with a little freshly chopped flat leaf parsley and a squeeze of lemon. Enjoy.


Rope Mussels With White Wine cream From Sole Restaurant


Dublin’s SOLE Seafood and Grill launches their “Afternoon Seafood Tower”, offering a lunchtime selection of the most popular Irish seafood on a tiered serving platter priced at €29.50pp. At SOLE Seafood & Grill, on Dublin’s South William Street, Executive Head Chef, Richie Wilson’s focus is on provenance and utilising the best of Irish produce. He has created a menu full of show-stopping dishes which connects the customer with the wealth of amazing ingredients on offer from our sea and land. SOLE, which opened in 2018, is about the full customer experience, whether you are indulging on oysters and champagne or enjoying a classic Irish Fish ‘n’ Chips you can expect high quality seafood at great value. The newest addition to SOLE’s menu this summer is the “Afternoon Seafood Tower”,
created for lovers of seafood to come and enjoy a leisurely lunch in its chic surroundings. SOLE has quickly become Dublin’s number one seafood restaurant and the Seafood Towers will be a welcome addition to any lovers of seafood, looking for a convenient, heathy lunch. The towers offer a selection of the most popular Irish dishes in one spectacular serving including; Howth smoked Irish organic salmon, Dublin bay prawns, Irish rock oysters, Irish brown-crab claws and steamed west Cork mussels. Priced at €29.50pp the “Afternoon Seafood Towers” offer the best of SOLE without breaking the bank.

Head Chef Richie Wilson says; “With SOLE, we want to show our guests that Ireland really does offer mouth-watering seafood and with the new Afternoon Seafood Towers, you can taste the best of everything. It’s a wonderful way of sampling all of SOLE’s greatest hits- perfect for a casual lunchtime bite. We also have dishes on the menu like
fish and chips (€19.50), chowder (€13.50) and SOLE’s famous fish pie (€22.50)- all the classics for a reasonable price, and why our clients always come back again once they experience the quality and taste here at SOLE.”
Ireland is fast becoming known as one of the world’s top seafood destinations, which is no surprise when you consider our coastlines and abundance of shellfish, native oysters and fish available at our doorstep. SOLE is hoping to introduce new and exciting seafood options to its patrons with the launch of its new Afternoon Seafood Towers.



Richie WilsonRichie has been working in the food industry for 20 years and has been an Executive Chef for the past 8 years. Prior to his appointment at Fire, he was Executive Chef of The Clyde Court and Ballsbridge Hotels, The Burlington Hotel, The Morrison Hotel and The Hilton Hotel Dublin.
He has brought with him his dedication to Irish produce and artisan producers to create his own ideas of what modern Irish food should be.

SOLE Seafood & Grill opens for lunch on Fridays and Saturdays from 12 noon and the “Afternoon Seafood Towers” are available until 4.30pm. SOLE also offers both an A La Carte menu and an Early Bird menu which starts at €32.50 for two courses. SOLE is open from 5pm Monday – Thursday and 12pm Friday and Saturday.
SOLE Seafood & Grill
18-19 South William Street
Dublin 2
+353 (0) 1 544 2300

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