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Ireland Restaurants

  • Leo Burdock Fish & Chips

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    Fish & Chips... if you want to experience what Dubliners have been eating for years on end, check out Leo Burdocks in Werberg Street. This is a landmark where there is always a queue and well worth the wait. It's a take away which means basically no sitting down. However if you go towards Christ Church and on the left of that you will find a small...

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  • Luigi Malones

    3 out of 5 stars

    Cork Restaurants

    Yes, Luigi Malone was a real person and there is a large photo of him inside on the family wall. This beautiful restaurant surprises you the second you enter through the mahogany French doors. Right in front of you is the original station clock from Kings Cross Station (London) which was once at the entrance of the Great Eastern Line. One of the...

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  • Fish'n'Chips, Fast Food

    4 out of 5 stars

    Galway Restaurants

    My 18 yr old son and I ate at McDonagh's while in Galway as it had been recommended to us. When talking to the locals, several people had asked if we had been there yet. The line up was long and both sides of the restaurant and patio were packed solid. A testament to the good food. We were more determined to wait in line and get ours. Service was...

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  • Texas Steakhouse

    4 out of 5 stars

    Limerick Restaurants

    Naturally being the carnivore that I am :-) I think the Steak is great however the Tex-Mex food sereved in this restauraunt is excellent, the staff ae friendly and the decor not unplesent, the location is good if your having a meal before going out on the town and it's not that expensive. The Chicken Fijhitas are excellent.

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  • Bodega

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Waterford Restaurants

    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, bringing friends. You know from looking at the shopfront of the establishment that it's going to be that little bit different. Painted as it is in a...

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  • Gaby's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Killarney Restaurants

    As an adult my fleeting trips through Killarney were all business related, with meals confined to whatever hotel was chosen for the conference or meeting. Last year and this year I got to choose my restaurants, and I am so happy to be introduced to such a delight of food. Gaby's comes highly recommended, and when you are inside and see the wealth...

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  • Bloody stream pub

    4 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    I first came across this pub after my second trip to Howth, when I stopped for a Guinness before boarding the DART back to Dublin. At the end of my recent trip to Howth in July 09, it was a very welcome refuge from the torrential downpour, that had soaked me to the skin! A roaring fire (in the middle of Summer!) was very welcome-as I dried off...

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  • Fishy Fishy Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Kinsale Restaurants

    This restaurant is DEFINITELY for seafood lovers but they do have one chicken dish also. Dining there recently I saw three people of a table of four having the chicken dish which is testament to the tastiness of everything on the menu. The atmosphere is absolutely great- you feel that you are on holiday- even when you aren't! The clams are...

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  • Kytelers Inn

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Kilkenny Restaurants

    Kytelers Inn was pure amazing, from the delicious food to the great music. This restaurant/pub was the perfect place to enjoy our first night in Ireland. I cannot remember exactly what we had to eat but I do remember it being wonderful. Our waiter was extremely nice and the atmosphere of the restaurant was very interesting. Throughout the entire...

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  • The Half Door

    Dingle Restaurants

    I stumbled across this restaurant and what a delight. The restaurant is very expensive, but l have to say well worth the price. Not only for the food but the presentation and the staff who were very attentive. The restaurant specialises in seafood. For starters l had steamed cromane mussels with garlic and wine sauce and shared the smoked salmon...

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  • The Aran Fisherman

    1 out of 5 stars

    Inishmore Restaurants

    I must say the same thing about the garlic bread, again alot of cheese and not much garlic stuck on some bagette. I must say however that there was alot of it. There was a kind of burnt tomato in the middle with some tastless bacon (I think it was a tomato anyway....) Because of the rest of the menu that I was not very keen on and what they did...

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  • O'Connors Pub

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Doolin Restaurants

    O'Connors is a lively, local pub that serves great food, usually accompanied by irish music played by local people who jsut happen to turn up and play for the fun of it. Traditional Music is played all year long and during the summer 7 nights a week 9.30pm 'til close O'Connors was awarded the Traditional Irish Music Pub of the Year in 2002 by...

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  • O'Briens Pub

    Ballyvaughan Restaurants

    Both of these places reside in the centre of the village and they both serve excellent food. O'Briens serve basic, wholesome pub food (i.e almost everything with chips) where as the Hyland Hotel tends to serve food that is more up-market. O'Briens: - phone 065 7077003, opposite Spar shop. This pub also offers bed & breakfast accomodation Best...

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  • Granny's Kitchen

    Cashel Restaurants

    This is one of the only places near the castle where you can get a meal. There are a few other little shops for postcards etc. A good idea would be to take a picnic basket or some sandwiches if you;re planning to be there over lunch.

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  • Monk's Pub in Ballyvaughan

    4 out of 5 stars

    County Clare Restaurants

    I suppose no trip to the Burren is complete without a stop in a Monk's Pub in Ballyvaughan. As you you might expect from a pub located on a coastal road, Monk's is known for it's seafood. It is pleasant inside and certainly family friendly. There is also a beer garden for those nice days. Of course it is a busy place, due to it's prime location. If...

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  • Durkan's Weir House

    County Mayo Restaurants

    Unfortunately the place will be sold apparently (I guess 'For sale' signs outside aren't a good sign ;-) so you better hurry to get there!! Great pub food there. Had a lovely rasher sandwich. Excellent value!

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  • Cornucopia

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Ireland Restaurants

    The Arlington Hotel (O Connell Bridge) has a large restaurant and bar in Temple Bar. They advertise great Irish Food, etc. I joined another VT member for lunch here and was a bit disappointed. My beer, an O’Hara’s Stout, was the star of the show. Actually several were. Followed up with some Jameson Whiskey’s. OK, no it was not a liquid lunch. We...

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  • O Flahertys

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    County Kerry Restaurants

    I have frequented O' Flaherty's several times...some it was for the Pub life in the evening...sure can get crowed. Second time...it was for an early afternoon Pint. Nice Pub.....very lively and the ambiance is perfect. In the Heart of Dingle town, put it on your list for "Pub" hopping in the evening. Guinness.....the food is non-descript, I...

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  • Bewley's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    We walked and hunted for a coffee house as our feet were dying from walking all day going from one place to another. Finally....Bewley's appeared before us and we went in to enjoy a rest, great coffee, and cake. They have many choices, we tried carrot cake and lemon pie.. both perfectly made. While there we sat and enjoyed the big stained glass...

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  • JACOBS ON THE MALL

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Cork Restaurants

    I had my wedding at jacobs on the mall, it was low key, and so romantic. They even had a wedding cake made for us. All through the entire evening the service was spectacular and the food was absolutely amazing, and we only had the early bird menus, can't imagine how the expensive ones are. This restaurant has to be tried!

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  • Irish Traditional and Galway Seafood

    4 out of 5 stars

    Galway Restaurants

    Very disappointing! I ordered the 'fresh' seafood platter and got a basic and not very tempting selection of salad ie., lettuce, coleslaw, pasta and mainly salmon salad. No oyster, tho the unfriendly waiter said there would be. 3/4 tiny mussels, a scoop of indescribable seafood salad (could have been crab meat), mash poatoes (what for???)...

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  • Java's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Limerick Restaurants

    Carlton's is a new coffeehouse in Limerick which I sampled over the holliers. There's not much in terms of food, but the coffee is hot, strong and reviving, which is all I ask. Java is not far away from Carlton's, but I love the ambience of the place. It's very popular with thelocal college students and they do some great cakes.....mmmm.......

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  • Emilianos

    Waterford Restaurants

    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 came back to Waterford giving us this delightful eatery. The food is genuinely Italian. Waterford now hosts a number of Italian eateries, and they...

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  • Lord Brandon Cottage

    Killarney Restaurants

    The Lord Brandon Cottage in Black Valley isn't really a restaurant, it's more along the lines of a dozen wooden bench tables under a roof. The fare is typically snacks, refreshments, and during the day the owners, who live in the attached house, will cook something up in the kitchen as well. I didn't get there until after 6, and they were already...

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  • Maud's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    Maud’s is a café on Harbour Road, just in front of the harbour. They serve a seafood soup with local catch that seems to be very popular. I ordered a combo, which is the seafood soup (it was good and filling) plus half a smoked salmon sandwich (with some salad) for 9.95 Euro. The large orange juice was 2.25 Euro and served in a tetra pack. The ice...

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  • Man Friday's

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Kinsale Restaurants

    In recent years Kinsale has seen an influx of wonderful modern gourmet restaurants clamouring to outshine the old favourites. Man Friday's is one of those golden oldies and, in my opinion, it is superbly holding its own. One could be forgiven for missing the entrance, tucked away as it is on a street corner of what appear to be secluded private...

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  • The Marble City Bar

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Kilkenny Restaurants

    Although this place was recommended, it turned out to be awful. Even though we visited during what shoud be one of Kilkennys busiest periods (The Cats Laughs Festival), the venue lacked any sort of atmosphere. We should have realised when we arrived, to over hear other patrons complaining that we might be in for a rough ride. After waiting for what...

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  • Lord Bakers

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dingle Restaurants

    Great atmoshphere, nice fire going, comfortable seating, and great food. I had my first "black pudding" here. A nice place to treat yourself after a long day of touring. Even though it was February and off season, there was a small wait. If you can a reservation it might be a good idea. Seafood.

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  • The Lazy Lobster

    5 out of 5 stars

    Doolin Restaurants

    Whenever I'm in Doolin, I vist the Lazy Lobster. The food is very well, especially the fresh lobsters and the soups. Its not only a seafood restaurant, you can have really nice fillets of irish beef which are as good as the seafood is. The restaurant is small (like 10 tables or so) and the service crew is very friendly and helps you out when you...

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  • McGanns pub

    5 out of 5 stars

    County Clare Restaurants

    You do order at the bar and take a seat in the rear. We were there when the socer game were on and lots of locals enjoying the game. We had the beef stew and friends had the ceasar salads. The stew is to die for It is the best i have ever eaten. This is a must stop when you are in ireland!!! The beef stew meat melted in your mouth, the potatoes ad...

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  • Gallaghers Boxy House

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Ireland Restaurants

    If you are in Dublin, this is a MUST eat whether it is for lunch or dinner. This is Modern Irish Cuisine at its best. OK, so what is a Boxty? Boxties are the invention of Pádraic Óg Gallagher, a noted expert on potatoes (really). He developed 3 kinds of originally in Leitrim and they can be found in the border counties of Leitrim, Cavan and...

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  • Lynch's Bakery, Coffee Shop and Bar

    County Kerry Restaurants

    Whilst driving through County Kerry, we stopped off in the pretty town of Listowel for lunch. We chose to have a quick meal at Lynch's, which was a bakery/cafe style place with friendly staff and table service. We just had some sandwiches on nice freshly baked bread. Not the greatest meal ever, but quite cheap. Service was fast, so we could get...

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  • Gallagher's Boxty House

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    If you are in Dublin, this is a MUST eat whether it is for lunch or dinner. This is Modern Irish Cuisine at its best. OK, so what is a Boxty? Boxties are the invention of Pádraic Óg Gallagher, a noted expert on potatoes (really). He developed 3 kinds of originally in Leitrim and they can be found in the border counties of Leitrim, Cavan and...

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  • The Gingerbread house

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cork Restaurants

    I spotted this on the reviews and thought I should share the sorry news, The Ginger Bread House is no more. Sometime in 2006 (I think) they closed for renovations - and never re-opened - and well is it missed. It was a ramshackle place with odd chairs and tables. You could sit for house over one pot of tea and write your memoirs. Emo kids sat...

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  • Pizza and Pasta

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Galway Restaurants

    I go to Galway often to visit family. We have found a great place to have a delicious and inexpensive meal - Ed's New York Pizza. The pizza is fresh and fabulous. No other pizza in Galway compares. They also have pasta and hero sandwiches. You must give it a try. I love the Fresca pizza. It's one of their specialty pizzas. They top it with fresh...

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  • Dolen's

    3 out of 5 stars

    Limerick Restaurants

    Dolen's is not only a traditional Irish restaurant it is also venue for traditional music, which is performed most nights after 9 pm. It is a great ambiance for both locals and tourists. Dolen's also has a large room for concerts, which feature both traditional and contemporary groups. Split pea soup

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  • The Uluru/Outback Bar

    Waterford Restaurants

    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 many Australian bar staff and at least one Aboriginal chef. The bar is said to be one of the top ten busiest in Ireland, and if you come here you can...

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  • King Sitric

    4 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    Our "3 hour walking tour of Howth" was seriously, but happily, curtailed when we decided to have lunch first. We set out to find King Sitric after a reliable recommendation and it surpassed everything we'd heard. The freshest, finest seafood I've ever had in a most beautiful setting. Our table overlooked the swirling sea (it was February) and...

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  • Jim Edwards

    4 out of 5 stars

    Kinsale Restaurants

    This restaurant was certainly popular when we visited on a Saturday night in September. We only had to wait for half an hour to get a table in the bar and we liked the busy yet relaxed atmosphere. The food was nice but quite pricey for a pub- around 16 Euros for a main course. Personally I didn't think it was special enough for the price. The...

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  • The Green Chili

    1 out of 5 stars

    Kilkenny Restaurants

    I got a take-away for two out of here and was treated by the staff like something the cat had dragged in. The Indian guy who served me stopped short of slamming the bag on the table in front of me and didn't say thanks or anything when I paid him. After all that, the food wasn't that nice. We both got the Tandoori Chicken and it wasn't nice at...

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  • McDermott's Pub

    Doolin Restaurants

    Pub consists of a room with the main bar and another dining room with a smaller bar . Pub can get very crowded when the music starts. This was the only time I had Corned Beef and Cabbage during my entire trip to Ireland. It was good but not as good as my wife makes.

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  • Kinsale

    5 out of 5 stars

    Ireland Restaurants

    The White House in Kinsale is well worth the trip. It has a very quaint pub area. Cozy up next to the fire with some outstanding seafood chowder or maybe an Irish Coffee. Great food, the pub staff was outstanding. They have a sister restraunt in Newport, Rhode Island, USA called the Black Pearl. They have chef swaps every summer which might be...

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  • Saddlers Pub

    County Kerry Restaurants

    We stayed the night in Killarney, and after a long afternoon of driving and car trouble, when we arrived at our B&B, we wanted to find somewhere nearby to eat. The Saddlers Pub was across the road from our B&B, and was part of the Holiday Inn. It was a large bar with a decent sized food menu and reasonable prices. We had burgers and lasagne and...

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  • Elephant & Castle

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    We were looking for late-night dinner in the Temple Bar area and came upon Elephant & Castle. Now this restaurant just so happens to be in every single Dublin guidebook so I was reluctant to try it (thinking it would be ultra-touristy). But I was wrong. The food was inventive, fresh, and inexpensive. The crowd was replete with Dubliners and hardly...

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  • Currans

    4 out of 5 stars

    Cork Restaurants

    Not the cheapest option in Cork, but the food is good quality. Look out for set menus which get you a starter and a dessert on top for just a little more than the price of a main dish. Kitchen is international mainstream with a good variety of dishes. The only drawback is that the choice of beers was pretty weak – this is more a wine place. Get on...

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