In order to make this list, the place in question got to serve good food,
a n d have a certain character….!
The Krokket Team points out that The Bad Ass Cafe is sorely missed….
But there are other places. For The Best Pizza in Town;
Go straight to Hell!
That’s 36 Wexford Street. http://hellpizza.com/ie/
Part of The Krokket Team payed them a visit on August 16th, 2011,
and the pizza was superb!
Deep Restaurant, The Howth
This place doesn’t look much, outside nor inside.
Looks like a cafe. But it’s clean. – And:
The food is superb! The fish I had there,
is the second best I ever had. (And I’m from Norway).
Book in advanxe, and go there. Period.
The Winding Stair
Very Good Food! Not too expensive. Good service!
40 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland
Lunch: 12pm-5pm, Dinner: 5:30pm-10:30pm
Telephone : + 353 1 8727320.
If you don’t make a reservation IN ADVANCE, there is no chance of a meal.
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And then there’s http://www.celticwhiskeyshop.com/
Yes, I know it’s not food, but still… Essential when visiting Dublin.
Celtic Whiskey Shop & Wines on the Green,
27 – 28 Dawson Street, Dublin 2. Tel: +353 1 675 9744
Give them our regards!
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And, I have a feeling The Queen of Tarts, (Cork Hill),
will make this list. When I get around to visit them… –
Well, there’s always next year!
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And, we should mention:
Jimmy Chung’s: http://www.jimmychungs.com/locate/loc_dublin.htm
8 Eden Quay. Chinese buffet. Not all that much»charater», but very good food.
Eat as much as you like, and cake & ice cream for desert.
At lunchtime: € 10.