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Richys Restaurant - Clonakilty County Cork ireland
Author: Just Ask
When everyone heads off on the annual pilgrimage to West Cork in July, many of those in the know will make a point of dropping into this relaxed and atmospheric family-friendly restaurant in Clonakilty.
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The Garden Cafe @ Avoca - Mount Usher Gardens Ashford County Wicklow Ireland
Author: Just Ask
Widely acknowledged among the great gardens of the world, Mount Usher Gardens are very easily accessible just half an hour from Dublin with the main entrance in the centre of Ashford village.
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Ashford Castle - Cong County Mayo Ireland
Author: Just Ask
There is nowhere like Ashford Castle - and, thanks to an exceptionally talented and dedicated team headed up by Executive Head Chef, Stefan Matz, in the kitchen and Maître d’ Robert Bowe front of house, the dining experience matches up to the magnificent backdrop.
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Hilton Park - Clones County Monaghan Ireland
Author: Lucy Madden
Despite everything that has happened here recently, Lucy Madden finds many reasons for optimism in Ireland today. A friend of mine views the world through a prism of joy and optimism; how I wish I was more like her. My inclinations are closer to Nancy Astor’s dictum “If you can’t think of anything good to say about anyone, come and sit next to me.”
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Farmgate Cafe - Just Ask Restaurant of the MOnth April 2011
Author: Just Ask
Since opening in 1994 – well before most restaurateurs in Ireland thought it might be popular or profitable to focus on local produce and traditional dishes – Kay Harte’s café above the English Market has epitomised everything that is best about simple, wholesome, fresh Irish food that has travelled as short a distance as possible to reach the plates of their happy customers.
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Jacques French Bistro - Wexford Town County Wexford Ireland
Author: Just Ask
As more and more Irish chefs take pride in introducing customers to the foods of their locality, it is especially gratifying to find chefs who have chosen to make Ireland their home expressing the same confidence - while also bringing their own cuisine to the Irish people. Euro-Toques member Jacques Carrera is one such trailblazer...
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Oscars Bistro Galway
Author: Just Ask
Just a couple of minutes’ walk across the bridge and away from the bustle of Galway’s Spanish Arch area, this theatrical restaurant was set up by husband and wife team Michael O’Meara and Sinead Hughes in 2000.
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Waterford Castle Hotel - Chef Michael Quinn
Author: Just Ask
This beautiful hotel dates back to the 16th century, and is serenely situated on its own 310 acre wooded island (complete with 18-hole golf course), reached by a private ferry.
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The Fatted Calf - Glasson County Westmeath Ireland
Author: Just Ask
Feargal O’Donnell and his wife, Fiona, chose well when they took over a pub in the charming almost-waterside village of Glasson, near Athlone – immortalised by the 18th century poet Oliver Goldsmith as the ‘village of the roses’, it’s a name that’s still well-earned today. The O’Donnells’ informal style, with food that offers a timely combination of gastro-pub and contemporary fine dining in a family-friendly atmosphere, is bang on the nail – and this new venture is already very successful.
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The Winding Stair - Restaurant Dublin 1 ireland
Author: Just Ask
The Winding Stair has been in the news a lot of late and, following the well-publicised problems of the previous owners, the Thomas Read group, Dubliners were delighted when the highly regarded former manager, Elaine Murphy, emerged earlier this year as the new proprietor-manager of this delightfully characterful restaurant overlooking the Liffey. This was great news for everyone who had come to love the real Irish feel of the restaurant, including the way it was expressed through simply cooked local Irish and artisan food – a real ‘good home cooking’ style that was at odds with the cheffy tall food fashions of the day when the restaurant opened in 2006, but is widely appreciated now.
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