On our last day in Cork, we decided to pick a village on the coast to get a bit of ocean experience. Cobh is a good choice - nice cathedral, interesting shops selling Irish goods, and a selection of restaurants. We had just missed a tour in the Titanic Experience (every 30 minutes) and didn't feel like waiting around. It was close to lunch time, so we wandered up the quay then back to the Titanic restaurant. We were looking for something oceanside, so this seemed to fit the bill, and the menu looked nice. We had a very nice lunch - the shrimp tempura, hamburgers, and fish and chips are all good. I noticed recent reviews about slow service and mediocre food, but we experienced neither. We had a very nice experience, then headed off to the Jameson Brewery to fill out our afternoon.
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