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Thread: Cafes, coffee stops and favourite greasy spoons in Ireland

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    The Half Barrell in Whitegate East Clare heading toward portumna. Excellent food and very reasonable. Main Course, Pudding and cup of tea for under €20
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    I know there's no shortage of places in Dublin, but if you're out in the Crumlin area and fancy a fry, go to Matt the Rashers and get a famous breakfast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meath View Post
    I know there's no shortage of places in Dublin, but if you're out in the Crumlin area and fancy a fry, go to Matt the Rashers and get a famous breakfast.


    A couple of us went there on Saturday morning & I didn't need to eat for the rest of the day All that fried food probably isn't the healthiest but I enjoyed it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockser View Post


    A couple of us went there on Saturday morning & I didn't need to eat for the rest of the day All that fried food probably isn't the healthiest but I enjoyed it
    +1 mind you, I went for the healthy option

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    la costa chipper

    found by mistake taking a wrong turning for the boat this morning

    54 clontarf rd dub

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    55-North,Portrush.

    Happened upon this place 'www.55-north.com' yesterday and couldn't believe the value...the early evening menu,between 5pm-7pm,was 3 courses for a £10!!!!
    Good staff,great food and overlooking the sea.I wish I could find somewhere like this in Dublin.

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    the Lock Keepers Inn

    A place for people to enjoy small simple pleasures in their otherwise hectic lives - that's what they find here.
    the Lock Keepers Inn
    Newforge, Malone Road, Belfast.

    Thanks for the reference Iris

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    Kirbys in Ballinhassig just off the road to Bandon 5 miles west of the city do very good food, dining pub of the year 2 years back, deadly lunch, excellent parking for bikes
    http://www.corktourist.com/towns/ballinhassig/

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    Quails cafe at the Gallery
    200 Newry rd BanbridgeC o Down BT32 3NB
    Its just before The Outlet.
    Super cafe really excellent value for money anything from a bowl of soup
    to a full meal.
    Loads of secure parking there is a Tourist info centre plus a gallery dedicated to the sculpter Frederick McWilliam.
    Try the burger it's huge

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    Johnn Macs chippy Newcastle (beside the bridge) homemade chips not the
    frozen ones...and amazin fish!

    John Dorys (Carryduff shopping centre) try the smoked battered Haddock!

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    Google maps link to Biker friendly Cafe's in Ireland, feel free to add to it

    http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=UT...d98950daeea146

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    ah Bogman the little chipper in Cork (Norrie side) top of hill beside lesiure centre (Gurrenabragher???) maybe??

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    Had a run in Donegal, up over Knockalla to Rathmullan. Stopped off at "Belles Kitchen" in Rathmullan, Excellent grub & highly recommended

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    +1 for the caravan on the way to Dursey cable car. Never had a burger before that actually taste meat.

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    Kookys Belfast

    Kookys on Belfast's Lisburn Road (beside Methody). Excellent coffee and food, usually plenty of parking right at the door and free wi-fi. Lunchtime specials superb and surely the best soup in town .

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    would be handy if this thread was split into the 4 provinces, Ulster, Connaught, Leinster & Munster

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