Tante Zoé’s Cajun-Crêole Restaurant - I don't know that this was my favourite restaurant, but it was pretty good. We went there in February-March 1999.
The Brazen Head, on Wellington Quay, is reputed to be the oldest pub in Dublin. The inn dates to the 12th century, though the building itself has been changed since then.
Cafe Kylemore, a cafe, where the Irish go to in the morning, to have their breakfast before working.
When in Ireland---try to soak in as much Irish atmosphere as is possible. Though a bit touristy, this is a great place to go in the Temple Bar District of Dublin.
THIS WAS AN OLD BUILDING BUT A NICE QUIET PLACE TO STOP AND EAT...THIS IS ONE OF THOSE DIAMONDS YOU FIND WHENEVER YOU MAKE A WRONG TURN...LOL
THIS PLACE IS SO IRISH...LOTS OF LOCALS AND SUCH FRIENDLY FOLKS...
Favorite Dish: POACHED HADDOCK IN WHITE WINE SAUCE AND THEIR FRESH POTATO AND CHIVE SOUP...YUMMMMMMY!
Nestled deep in the heart of the famous Adare thatched cottages, the 'Inn Between' Restaurant has something unique and alternative to offer.
A la cart menu, pastas, sandwiches. Good wine list, including ½ bottles (ideal for lunch if sight-seeing in afternoon).
Favorite Dish: Roasted Vegetable in Mediterranean Canneloni. Pastrami Salad.
SUPERMAC's---really nice restaurant!You find it in some different Towns!
Favorite Dish: Pizza!You can built your own Pizza!
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