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The Pembroke Seafood Bar & Grill offers fine dining in beautiful surroundings. Located at the Imperial Hotel in Cork City, the restaurant serves a blend of Irish and Mediterranean cuisine using fresh local produce.
Located in a sheltered cove with super views of the beach. Specialises in fresh fish caught locally, fresh vegetables, steaks and home made desserts. A relaxed, friendly atmosphere in a great pub with music throughout the season.
Right in the heart of Ireland lies the town of Kilbeggan, Co. Westmeath, home to the world’s oldest distillery, established in 1757, where Locke's Pantry Restaurant offers a selection of home made, fresh food.
Seafood only Restaurant, purveyors of fresh fish and shellfish. Meat eaters need not apply. Out Of The Blue is strictly for seafood lovers! Everything depends upon the catch of the day and nothing but the best will do.
Convenience on the Wild Atlantic Way. Serving fresh local ingredients and the quick service operation is one step ahead of the fast pace of life in today’s modern world.
Checkers forms part of the luxury four star, Randles Court Hotel dating back to 1906 this hotel offers guests the elegance of an era long since past. When dining in Killarney, Checkers restaurant, offers an exquisite fine dining experience.
Cornucopia is a much loved and long established Vegetarian and Wholefood Restaurant, centrally located Dublin City Centre’s Wicklow Street.
Bar and restaurant at Enniscrone Golf Club. Open to visitors and golfers alike. Serving fresh, heart warming home made food seven days a week, all year round.
The Silverbirch hotel offers the finest tradition of irish hospitality and superb cuisine.
This family owned restaurant offers an extensive menu with something for everyone.
€140 per adult
Free liqueur with a la carte dish
€40 per adult
From £30 (adults) / £15 (children)
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