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San Lorenzo’s

Following a Saturday morning shopping expedition in the city centre I met up with himself at  San Lorenzo’s for an early lunch. I’d heard reports of good food being dished up here so I thought it would be worth trying … Continue reading

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The Paris Bakery

Recently I came across this little gem on Moore Street. It’s location is not where one would expect to find such a treasure but don’t be put off by the fruit hawkers, the endless row of dodgy phone shops and … Continue reading

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Mayfield Deli And Eatery

After much procrastination I finally made it to this establishment for lunch. It was almost two o’clock on a Saturday afternoon and the place was buzzing. We were lucky to get seats. Five minutes after we arrived people were queuing! This bistro … Continue reading

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Pay As You Please

We were in Killarney on New Year’s Eve to meet someone off the train. We went early in order to mooch around the town for a while. Of course we were there at lunch time and I remembered having heard … Continue reading

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Eden

I didn’t have my reviewer’s hat on when I dined here recently with my in-laws. However, I remembered later that Eden is listed in The Dubliner – 100 Best Restaurants so I had to rethink my decision. So here goes… … Continue reading

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Salamanca

I had a ‘bargain’ lunch at Salamanca, the one on the corner of Dame Street and Parliment Street, recently. For ten Euro you could have a starter or a glass of wine or a beer or a dessert and a … Continue reading

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Bleu

Bleu, on Dublin’s Dawson Street, is one of award winning chef Eamon O’Reilly’s restaurants along with One Pico and The Box Tree. We popped in there for a late lunch in October after a visit to the Dublin Contemporary exhibition … Continue reading

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