Why this little out-of-the-way restaurant is so good is a complete mystery to me. Well, not a complete mystery. The ingredients were harvested from the local garden and nearby sea that day or recently, and the preparation stepped out of the way just enough to let the freshness shine. The salad was a crisp mix of luscious greens, rich blue cheese, smoky lardons, and edible flowers. The fish and chips were fluffy and delicious. Enjoying these dishes inside a room of floor-to-ceiling windows, overlooking the garden and sea, after a blustery visit to the Cliffs of Moher...absolute paradise.
(Note: Only point against them was no Guinness or much other beer selection. Small price to pay!)
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