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  • Market Square Brasserie: Excellent Fish Dishes

    by ciog52 Updated Feb 19, 2005

    Fine new restaurant. Only open since late 2004 but packing them in since mainly through word of mouth.Very wide menu and there are also 3/4 specials each night. Food is very very good but expensive. Also has an excellent wine list.

    Favorite Dish: The fish specials are very good but the range of dishes shouls suit all tastes. There will always be an excellent vegetarian choice

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  • THE GREEN ONION: freshest ingredients, innovative recipes

    by DEIRDREHARBISON Written Feb 14, 2005

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    I live in Limerick and this is my MOST FAVOURITE restaurant. There is a great buzz there, the ingredients are fresh and the menu is very interesting. A number of their dishes are available in starter portions ( which in themselves are quite a good size) or main course size.

    I would recommend booking if visiting on a Friday/Saturday night.

    Favorite Dish: It is dificult to choose one dish as each day their " specials " change. Their pasta dishes are very tasty, but so are their fish dishes.

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    Rogue Traders: Dont miss the T bone steak

    by irishjon25 Written Dec 9, 2004

    Located upstairs from the main bar, the delicious food, superb steaks and outstanding service is what you can expect in Rogue Traders.

    The restaurant seat up to 100, but the dining area is divided into smaller sections adding intimacy which enhances the relaxed athmosphere.

    Favorite Dish: Sample Of The Menu

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    Homemade Soup of the day-
    Prepared daily with the freshest ingredients €3.75

    Cajun chicken Salad-
    Tender Strips of Chicken fillet marinated in Cajun Spices served on a Crisp green Salad and topped with Sweet Pepper Coulis and a Lemon Crème Fraiche €6.95

    The Hudson Seafood Experience-
    Generous Chunks of Fresh Cod and Salmon tossed in breadcrumbs and deep fried served with a Spicy Chilli Dip and Tartar Sauce €7.95

    Buffalo Chicken Wings-
    The original recipe Direct from Buffalo New York- Frank & Teresa’s unique Hot Sauce.
    Choose from: 1) Original Wing Sauce 2) Twice as Hot Sauce €6.50

    New England clam Chowder-
    A traditional Mix of Tomato Concasse, Shallots and fresh Clams, thickened with crushed crackers €5.50

    Steak Your Investment

    Choose from the following mouth-watering Prime Irish Beef, aged to perfection and cooked to your liking (well-done will take 25 minutes minimum)

    9 oz Fillet
    9 oz prime Irish fillet of beef cooked to your liking and served with a sauce of your choice. €19.95

    14 oz T-Bone
    a juicy T-Bone steak cooked to your liking served with jameson muahroom sauce. €22.50

    9 oz Cajun Rib Eye-
    Gently marinated in Cajun Spices cooked to your LIKING served with onion rings and a choice of garlic sauce or pepper sauce. €19.95

    All Prices Subject to a 10% Service Charge
    Specialties

    Long Island Lamb Chops-
    Scented with garlic & Rosemary, Grilled to perfection
    And served on a bed of Mashed Potatoes €15.95

    Medallions of Wall St Pork
    Served in a Hunter Sauce (bacon, mushrooms, onion, chives, tomato & red wine reduction €15.95

    Greenwich Village Salmon
    Chargrilled Salmon Fillet on spring veg with chilli and lemon butter sauce €15.50

    Coney Island style Monkfish
    Chunks of monkfish with meditterrian veg, cherry tomatoes on a skewer smothered in a lime coriander sauce €20.95

    All Main Courses served with a Choice of
    Baked Potato or French Fries

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  • The Mustard Seed: A Real Treat

    by ciog52 Written Nov 6, 2004

    This restaurant is located about 12 miles from Limerick in Ballingarry Village. It will be celebrating 20 years in business next year. It is now located in Echo Lodge a spacious Victorian country residence set on seven acres of mature trees, shrubbery including a kitchen garden.

    It continues to win award after award year after year for both its food and welcome.

    Favorite Dish: The menu is seasonal and while you will always have a Beef dish the fish dishes are excellent.

    Winter Season
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  • The Jasmine Palace: Ethnic

    by ciog52 Written Nov 6, 2004

    Limerick has about 25 Chinese Restaurants. This is by far the best and has been for the last 20 years. Food has been consistent over the years and it continues to expand. A lot of the staff are there for years . Decor and menu continue to evolve.

    Favorite Dish: The meals for 2, 4 , 6 etc are a great way to try the menu. They also do a good Wonder Hours 6 to 7.30. Meat Sung is brilliant. All the food is good. Very busy at weekends.

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  • Copper&Spice: Ethnic

    by ciog52 Written Nov 6, 2004

    Menu is a mixture of Indian/Thai dishes. Decor is simple. Where is really wins out is in the variety and quality of the food at real value for money prices. Vegetarians are well catered for as are Coeliacs. It has been so successful that they have opened a second branch in Annacotty Co Limerick near to the University. Have not eaten in the new one but reports are very good.
    They do an Early Bird special from 6 to 8 for € 22 for 3 courses a glass of wine, beer or a soft drink. You cannot beat it for value.

    Favorite Dish: The best way to get to know the menu is to try the Combo Starter which will give you a choice of any 3 starters. Lamb Bhuna and Makani Chicken are both excellent as main courses. All the food has a very fresh taste . Be sure to try a Nan Bread, nicest ever

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    Abrakebabra: Abrakebabra

    by irishjon25 Written Jun 2, 2004

    Abrakebabra

    Again one of Limericks late opening and highly popular take aways. Kebabs are just one of the delights on the menu with baguettes, butties and the legendary taco fries also on the menu. A take away favoured by a large proportion of clubbers it can also taste just as good during the day due mainly to large portions and cross section of food types

    AbraKebabra

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    Various (Traditional Fish & Chips): Traditional Fish & Chips

    by irishjon25 Written Jun 2, 2004

    The Lobster pot
    The only place in Limerick to get 100% traditional non frozen chips after 12 midnight. The lobster pot does a wide variety of food from mushy peas to prawn chips to home made onion rings and of course the famous and very fine battered sausage. A firm favourite of the intelligent i.e. half sober clubbers as they know since itýs the furthest away take away it doesnýt fill up as fast as many of the others.

    Golden Grill

    One of Limericks 3 main Italian chippers. Situated on William Street it has one of the best reputations in town and rightly so. The large chip here is as good as a full meal and with a good amount of salt and vinegar is just divine. Along with a large array of burgers pies etc... The Golden Grill should be a must stop for every Limerick student.



    Fords

    Fords is it fact or fiction. This often sought but rarely found bastion of deep fried bettered cod, sausages and burgers (yes also deep fried and battered) with perhaps the finest chips since Walter Raleigh introduced the humble spud to Ireland. Donkeys as it is known has to be the finest and best priced fish and chip shop in Limerick if not the country.

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    Woking: Chinese Takeaway

    by irishjon25 Written Jun 2, 2004

    Frequent visitors to Limerick will be well acquainted with this one of Limericks better Chinese take aways located on O Connell Street. With late opening every night it can make a change from your usual post club chip. The menu is varied and should suit all tastes. Both take away and sit down meals are catered for. Also look out for lunch specials as they are reasonably priced and quite tasty.

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  • Brulees: Excellent fine dining

    by drxym Written Apr 4, 2004

    Brulees is a very romantic restaurant just behind the main street . It only has seating for 30 or so and it is split onto 3 floors with a very cosy intimate feeling. The food is excellent modern cooking with a very good choice of seafood as well as steaks and daily specials.

    Favorite Dish: Fillet steak. It was very well cooked and came with a lovely potato and grain mustard cake and pepper sauce and a side dish of vegetables. It was cooked perfectly. I followed that with a hazlenut cake dessert which was beautiful too.

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    Captain Jack's: Captain Jack's

    by orlikins Written Feb 23, 2004

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    Just was in town recently and our usual spot - Green's on William St was jam packed and we really couldnt face a long wait (fit to drop from all that shopping!) so we went around the corner onto Thomas St and came across this nice studenty coffeehouse on Thomas St. I must have walked past it millions of times in the past, but it just never occured to me to go in, it's one of those places. But I like the decor, it's dark, full of cute art students and the air is laden with the smell of fresh coffee beans.

    Favorite Dish: Had a chicken & bacon wrap with coffee.

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    Jasmine Palace: Check out there buffet

    by SarahEire Updated Nov 28, 2003

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    If you like Chinese food then you are bound to like the Jasmine Palace.

    It has very reasonable prices. It does a great all you can eat buffet on Sunday's (for around 16 Euro's) between 12 and 3. Make sure to make a booking as it is very popular.

    The staff are very friendly and helpful.

    Jasmine Palace

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