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I work in the Temple Bar area and during autumn wandered into this restaurant out of curiosity after being offered a menu by the staff member outdoors a few times. Glad I did! I understand now that the menu holder outdoors is there because the...More
You know when you're suspicious of a restaurant because it looks like a tourist trap? That's what we felt like when we were "invited" to go in by one of the employees but am I am glad we did! Straight up to the first floor...More
Our first meal in Dublin and it didn't disappoint! We were starved. Pints are expensive (in comparison to other European cities) but so is the city in general. I had the Guinness Stew and my husband had the Cottage Pie - both delicious. The Guinness...More
I went to the famous Temple Bar and I found a variety of restaurants, looking for where to eat I found myself in front of The Quays Restaurant, it seemed good, I started with an Irish coffee when I see a dish in front of...More
We arrived in the Temple Bar area around 5.30pm and it started to get quite busy. So we decided to eat quite early. We liked the menu so we decided to stay. Got seated straight away and service was very quick. We all plumped for...More