The famous Temple Bar in Dublin is known for its medieval, cobbled streets and lively nightlife. It’s a magnet for tourists and, as with all popular tourist destinations, it’s always worth having a recommendation for a good place to eat.
One of the booksellers in the market opposite recommended The Quays Irish Restaurant for lunch. We were right in the heart of Temple Bar and were not disappointed with his recommendation.
The Christmas Lunch menu had a varied selection and the Slow-cooked Steak & Guinness Stew was absolute heaven after a very early start from London that morning.
The others in my group had similar good comments about their choices – fish and chips, bangers and mash and lamb shank.
The atmosphere was warm, cosy and friendly – perfect on a winter’s day in Dublin.