The docks of Dingle town don't promise as much as they deliver. The Out of the Blue restaurant gets high praise from Rick Steves, which is why we sought it out. We almost laughed at the idea of "reservations recommended" since the place is out of the way and not very glamorous from the outside. The fact is, this is a gourmet seafood restaurant. The Dingle Peninsula is one of the first places the Atlantic encounters land on its eastward side. As a result, the waters, and therefore the edible denizens, are exceedingly clean. I have never had scallops whose filters were still attached. We thought the dish was served with carrots until our knowledgeable waiter pointed out that the orange bits were the scallops' filters. The waters are so clean that these filters were an added taste to the dish. I can also recommend the mussels. In fact, given the quality of what we had, I can guess that any item you select will be exceptional. There is a very good wine list to complement all of the menu features. This is an incredible restaurant!
Susanna and Patrick Adams
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