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Long established family hotel and located in the heart of Naas, Co. Kildare since 1913. Our hotel offers an excellent variety of food from our locally renowned Bistro menu.
Umi Falafel is a restaurant specialising in Falafel, Middles Eastern Mezze and fresh salads. The restaurant is located on Dame Street beside Dublin Castle in the centre of Dublin.
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.
Marcopolo restaurant has fast become one of Limerick city's hot spots and as the latest in a group which includes other local favourites like Chocolat, Jasmine Palace and Z-we-ton it doesn't fail to deliver on the high standard the group is known for
Darcy’s Restaurant is located in Barrack Lane, between Penny’s and Heatons just off the main street in Tralee town centre. When dining out in Tralee, Darcy’s is the place to be.
The Imperial is located in the heart of the bustling town of Tralee. Customers can relax in the cosy split level bar, which offers the finest quality traditional Irish cuisine, as well as many international dishes.
Partridges Bistro is located in the centre of Gorey Town in North County Wexford.They have a selection of menus to choose from, including Breakfast, Tea and Coffee Menu, Lunch and a Children’s menu.
Situated in the picturesque Vale of Avoca you will find Woodenbridge Hotel, Ireland's oldest hotel dating back to 1608. This traditional hotel steeped in character is best known for its history, atmosphere and food.
Finnegan’s Basement Restaurant & Wine Cellar is proud to be one of Kerry’s finest restaurants. It is located in the heart of Tralee on Tralee’s oldest and finest street, Denny Street.
Dine overlooking Killybegs harbour, the Turntable Restaurant at the Tara Hotel features the finest in local produce, expertly prepared. Situated in Killybegs town centre, Ireland's largest fishing port.
£35 adults, £15 children
€40 per adult
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