Laura Fan established this restaurant on the Dunmore Road in Waterford some five years ago. In doing so she was following in the footsteps of her Father Johnny, who has established some of the best... more
Emilianos is the brainchild of a local Irish/Italian girl, Lavina, and her husband Emiliano. They met several years ago when they were both working on one of the luxury cruise lines, fell in love, and... more
I was part of a small party who dined in your establishment on Saturday night for a special birthday. I had dined with you on quite a number of occasions before and was looking... more
The restaurant at Waterford Castle is very exclusive indeed, in that it is a place you simply cannot just walk into. It is the main restaurant of this Island Castle hotel and the island itself is... more
The restaurant formerly known as Lemongrass restaurant in Waterford City, and now known as Lime Leaf, is part of a chain of such restaurants around the country and their popularity is proved by the... more
This was the hotel where we stayed in Waterford. I noted that dinner was pretty good, and we also had an Irish breakfast in the morning.
Open Monday - Friday from 5.30 – 9.30pm
Saturday from 5.30 -... more
Bodega has been serving up wonderful food in Waterford for many years, but for some reason I never managed to eat there until October 2006. I was highly impressed and have returned many times since,... more
Espresso is one of a chain of successful restaurants in Waterford and Dunmore east which are owned and managed by the Cavaliere family. Each restaurant is different and Espresso would be aimed at the... more
In Ireland, by and large, Oriental restaurants seldom reach the top end of the market. Therefore, Sabai has turned out to be an absolute gem in more ways than one being high class in every respect but... more
The Reginald Restaurant and Bar.
One of the very few remaining segments of of the City Wall, originally built by Sitric the Dane in 850AD, runs opposite the main bar counter inside The Reginalds... more
The Uluru would be my "local" - i.e. my bar of choice for meeting pals and eating great bar food.
Uluru is the Aboriginal word for Ayers Rock and the Uluru follows through on the Ozzie theme with... more
Fitzpatricks is the name given to the restaurant which now occupies the building formerly housing O'Grady's restaurant. There are those who would be delighted at the business changing hands, but I was... more
La Palma is a locally owned and very authentic Italian restaurant.
The family are Irish Italian and both the Husband and Wife proprietors are the chefs. The Maitre d' and head waitress are the son... more
I wrote the following praise of this restaurant when I first joined the site. It changed hands in or about October 2007. I have eaten there once since and thoroughly enjoyed the experience, but I... more
Small little cafe on John st where we went to get a bite before driving back to Dublin. The waitress was so sweet, it was her first day and she couldnt work the cash register, but she was so nice, you... more
When I was growing up I would often pass a beautiful old, and semi derelict, building that used to be the home of the Waterford Roman Catholic Bishops for over 200 years. It was so sad to see such a... more
Cafe Bia is off Barrowstrand st, it is a lovely little cafe with their own range of organic foods and their dessert menu is to die for....however I had to resist, dammit. ;-) think i had a sandwich... more
The O'Gradys have sadly sold up shop and gone to France.
This is unfortunate, as they were great!
The only reason that I'm posting this at all is that when I went to create my restaurant tips, this... more
Waterford doesn’t hit the tourist radar as often as Dublin, Cork, Kilkenny or Galway but maybe for this reason alone it is worth a visit.
I have lived in Dungarvan, County Waterford for the past 4......
We spent our 1st two nights in Ireland in Waterford, I had thought it would be a nice base to see that area from but if I were to plan another trip, I would probably base myself out of Kilkenny which...
I had a few days off over the 2003 Xmas season and decided to hit Waterford for a day with my friend Fiona.
We drove down for the afternoon and spent it wandering around the streets and quays. Fiona...