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Richard Corrigan to open third London restaurant next month

Chef Richard Corrigan is set to open his third London restaurant, Daffodil Mulligan, this November in Old Street alongside John Nugent (Green & Fortune) and Tony Gibney (Gibney’s of Malahide).

The Irish trio, who have over a century of hospitality experience collectively, bought the site previously known as Nuala in July 2019.

The 60-cover restaurant will include a 10-seater oyster bar and a basement saloon bar which will play host to a series of live music nights.

The hearty, ever-changing menu will feature produce from Corrigan’s country estate in Ireland, Virginia Park Lodge, with certain dishes taking inspiration from his travels.

The bar will serve a selection of craft beers and spirits and will focus on smaller Irish distilleries and producers - many of which will be available exclusively.

Named after the daughter of Biddy Mulligan - a legendary Dublin street seller - Daffodil Mulligan hopes to showcase her Irish spirit and hospitality in London’s East End.