I ate here on Saturday 7th June 2014 with my husband and had a 3 course lunch for €19.95 each. I had a tian of crab for starter and my husband had a ham hock & black pudding salad. The crab was lovely with only a little chilli, which I was worried about as I don't like spicy food but it wasn't overpowering and the madras scented tortilla chips that were with it were perfectly palatable for my liking. My husband found the salad a little dry as there wasn't enough dressing for the amount of leaves in the bowl. For main I had a fillet of salmon, which was served with a potato cake & velouté sauce - the salmon was amazing, perfectly cooked and generous size but the potato cake was very heavy & stodgy. Also there was no veg or salad with this main and that was a disappointment. My husband had the burger, which was amazing - it came between 2 potato farls, rather than the usual burger bun and was served with relish, salad and fabulously tasty sautéed potatoes, which were served cold (unusual but still yummy). For dessert I had the special of the day, which was chocolate & hazelnut brownie and it was gorgeous. My husband chose the cappuccino tart which I wasn't very keen on but he enjoyed. The seating upstairs is unusual with tables of 2 in each bay window, overlooking Quay Street but is a little cramped. Waiting staff were very friendly. I would definitely recommend this restaurant. If you aren't able for 3 courses I still think this restaurant is worth a visit, as all of the mains were reasonably priced and there was also a choice of lighter options, like soup, sandwiches & light bites. We stumbled upon the restaurant by accident but it is opposite Wooden Heart & Twice as Nice on Quay Street.
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