I walked up Green Street, away from the touristy center of Dingle town to find this little restaurant. I didn't want to go to the tourist restaurants for lunch. I was lucky to have gotten a table and it was right next to the peat fireplace, which was cozy and warm. The restaurant was filled with locals - a good sign. I ordered the Irish (lamb) stew. It was very good and reasonably priced. A pitcher of water had mint leaves in it which made the water very good (not minty.) The dessert items seemed very popular, although I had no room for dessert. Service was good and friendly. I would definitely go back if I visited Dingle again. If you found my review helpful, please click on "yes." Thanks.
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