The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - SEVEN DAYS | EATING OUT -

Call­ing it­self an “eat­ing house” was right on the money, be­cause you’ll over-or­der here and still lick the plates clean. In a well-re­stored old mill build­ing with great views of the Ha’ap­peny Bridge, we hope the out­door ter­race re­mains as hos­pitable in win­ter. Cur­ried crab claws are de­li­cious, the ham hock, baby potato, black pud­ding and poached egg is a steal for ¤14.


7 Cas­tle House, South Great Ge­orges Street, Dublin 2, ¤¤ dishes come in starter and main sizes, so you might ac­tu­ally have to move in if you want to work your way through them all.


7 Strand Rd, Bray, Co. Wick­low, 01-538 4000, plat­formpiz­z­ ¤

bour­guignon. A great spot.


6 Main Street, Kin­sale, Co. Cork, 021-470 9636, info@finnsta­ ¤¤¤ It’s against the law to visit Kin­sale and not eat at least six kinds of seafood (this may not be true). But if you’re in a seafood town, you might as well splash out – and Finn’s is a per­fect spot for a splurge. Run by hus­band and wife John and Julie Finn, this unas­sum­ing restau­rant serves a great range of fresh seafood. The baked stuffed lo­cal lob­ster with toasted oat and herb crust in a crab and lime dress­ing is out­stand­ing. for. At lunchtime, the grilled Five Mile Town goats cheese salad is a win­ner. And you ab­so­lutely have to stay for dessert.


36 Up­per Abbey­gate Street, Gal­way, 091-565 976, face­ Bite­clubStreet­food ¤

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