This is a very good restaurant, and I will definitely make it a staple of my trips to Dublin. The service and atmosphere are top notch; the Irish hospitality shows right through. The food was very good, but nothing out of the ordinary for a Michelin star. That said, given the standard overall in the city this is easily the best I've had by a country mile. The tapioca and halibut starter was the highlight, and the Irish coffee made at the table after dessert was a memorable icing on the cake. Being in the basement of the Irish Writer's Museum adds a nice touch.
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