There are only a few well-known restaurants in Ireland, so it will take a long time to line up without an appointment. The dishes in this restaurant are relatively refreshing, and the steamed fish is good, but the fishy taste is not as good as domestic ones.
The business here is really good, and the restaurant is almost full when I arrive. The red wine here is good, and the goat cheese appetizers are abundant. Of course, when you come to Ireland, you must eat the "quintessence" dish: Burgundy beef stew-this is absolutely perfect and may rank first in the meat dishes we have eaten. Of course, there is also a drink of "quintessence" beer, Guinness beer!
First of all, it is not an Irish restaurant, but French cuisine! Not sure if it is Michelin, but the dishes are of high quality, we ordered quite a few, the quality is high, even the butter is delicious! Recommend yogurt strawberry pudding and cod, tuna!
Good taste, high-end atmosphere and high-grade, low-key luxury with connotation. Unrestrained, foreign style with depth, simple and fashionable international style.
This is a visual restaurant, not only beautifully presented, but also very comfortable and warm.