What a gem of a place tucked in behind Johnny Morans pub in brewery place. I don't know where to begin: the staff were great with a true knowledge of the menu, the location and layout of this place is intimate yet we ate as a group of 6 and it was perfect. The art on the Walls was mostly local stuff (in between the photos of the Irish president eating there)- I couldn't help myself and bought a lovely print of the local flower shop.
The food: think not far off Michelin star quality, yet very reasonable prices especially the early bird!
The pig's cheeks and pork belly were as good as I've had and I eat Rhodes dishes whenever I see them on the menu.. The surf and turf was epic! Local seafood at it's best and presented like it's a competition with large portions to keep me happy.
The final touch being the home-made lemon liqueur and the little desert sweets, very cute.
I couldn't fault this place and a quick chat with the chef/owner Frankie sealed it, we will all be going back!
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