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Focusing on bold and creative gourmet dishes, Brunel’s will use only the freshest in regionally ...
StoneCutters Kitchen is over one hundred years old, a traditional, stone built cottage, with a flag stone roof, which has been tastefully transformed into a cosy, unique and family friendly restaurant.
Quinlan's Seafood Bar, located in the centre of Killarney town, will tempt diners with fresh seasonal fish and seafood in a casual elegant setting, as well as offering takeaway options.
Pól O'D is well known for serving comfort food at its best in this busy popular bistro with character and friendly staff and great wine. Booking necessary.
Located in Midleton for over 35 years, Finíns serves locally sourced, high quality food in a family friendly atmosphere. Specialising in both seafood and steak, Finíns caters for all tastes and for all ages.
The Bell Tower Bar and Restaurant offers simple home cooking at its best. Non members very welcome.
China Sichuan Restaurant is a modern, purpose-built restaurant,seating approximately 90 people, conveniently located within 100 metres of the Stillorgan Luas stop.
Dublin city's first Japanese restaurant. An authentic Japanese cultural experience. Fresh and delicious Japanese cuisine, desserts and sweet and spicy cocktails!
The Harcourt Hotel in Dublin city centre offers an award winning carvery dinner as well as a la carte and table d'hote menu's. The Harcourt Hotel bar and restaurant is in a central city centre location, minutes walk from many major attractions.
Tyrrellspass Castle is the major focal point of Tyrrellspass, Co. Westmeath and is situated on the west side of the village, on the N6 Dublin to Galway road, Co. While here, take the time to browse through our museum and gift shop.
From €69,50 pps
Free liqueur with a la carte dish
€40 per adult
€29,95 per person
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