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Monty's of Katmandu is a relatively new eaterie that has quickly earned itself an excellent reputation with Dublin's more discerning restaurateurs. Located in the heart of Temple Bar, this intimate and very friendly establishment offers unusual Nepalese dishes, with Indian cuisine also well represented. The lunch special is particularly good value.
Pitt Bros Smoked BBQ Project offers sausages, briskets, pork, chicken and ribs that are smoked using an elaborate method. Their Low and Slow technique is a quintessential American procedure that involves smoking the meat for approximately 14 hours over a low flame. The meat dishes are accompanied by sides like Burnt End Beans, Corn on the Cobb and Bone Marrow Mash. The beverages include refreshing lemonade and a selection of wines and beers. For the best experience, opt for the Meat Combo that comprises of three meat and two side dishes.
Known for its fish and chips world over, Leo Budocks is one place not to be missed. Located in Dublin, it is a take away counter serving the best Irish cuisine. Even if it has no seating, Leo Burdock is a hot famous with both the locals as well as the tourists. In fact a grab after a long wait in the queue, becomes more enchanting with a stroll in the scenic locales. Though a list of Hollywood celebrities and famous personalities are frequent visitors at Burdocks, credit cards are not accepted here. And you don't need them either because Leos has everything at simply affordable prices. So a landmark in itself, you cant skip Burdocks if you happen to be in Dublin.
Take a break from the local cuisine and head to The Port House Pintxo for a taste of traditional tapas from Spain. This wonderful restaurant is perfect for a romantic date or even if you wish to spend some time having quiet conversations with your friends. Wooden flooring, yellow lights emanating from Edison bulbs and a modest seating area gives this place a rustic charm and also makes it very intimate. Enjoy the delicious tapas over glasses of finest wines and selected beers. End your meal with a heartwarming dessert and make a promise to come back.
Set in a modern space, San Lorenzo’s is a New York-style Italian restaurant that is known for making its own bread, homemade pastas and an array of ice creams. Though the menu is seasonal, patrons can expect delicacies like Grilled Goats’ Cheese Bruschetta, Pan-Fried Gambas and Carne di Cervo Pasta while desserts include tantalizing delicacies like Buttermilk Salt Caramel Panna Cotta and Pecan Pie. Made from fresh ingredients, the food can also be paired with wines and cocktails. Not only does the expansive venue and separate menus make the restaurant suitable for groups, but it also a great ideas for couples as well as those who are simply looking for a quick business lunch. However, the best time to visit is between 5p to 6:30p when patrons can enjoy a special early bird menu.
Whether your Internet needs are surfing or shopping, check out Cyberia. Located in the heart of the Temple Bar area, this friendly and stylishly designed cyber-cafe offers good food and great internet access. It's perfect for travelers and web wizards.