I have chosen to eat at Azur a couple of times and have been largely impressed by my experiences. On my latest trip, my party tried out both the house red and white wines, and I must say they did not disappoint. The flavours perfectly complemented our main course dishes. The deep-fried Brie wedge was a personal highlight of the starter dishes. I chose the corn-fed chicken as a main, and though the meat was cooked to perfection, I found the accompanying mashed potatoes to be too salty for my taste. I voiced this at the table, and other members of our party were in agreement - it appeared the chef had been too liberal whilst seasoning with salt.
The menu is very concise, and though Azur have really mastered the meat dishes they have on offer, I would be pleased to see a few more dishes introduced to the menu. Perhaps more than just a 'crepe' for the vegetarians amongst us. Having said this, we finished our meal with an array of magnificent desserts from the a la carte menu. It was great to see some original choices on there - my Malibu and coconut bread & butter pudding was scrumptious, and my friends were delighted with their sticky toffee puddings and selections of ice-cream. Credit must also go to the waiting staff, who are amongst some of the most friendly and genuine Limerick restaurants have to offer.
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