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Our group had a wonderful time at our afternoon tea. The hotel ambience, the wonderful staff how provided an excellent service, the sumptuous sandwiches, cakes, pastries and teas were out of this world. We had a lovely afternoon and really felt looked after. I will be back. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Flooded with light and surrounded by windows to make the most of the views, Layla’s is vibrant, friendly and delicious. The perfect spot for dining with friends, a hot date, a family celebration – or just because. Layla’s serves up breakfast, lunch and dinner, with brunch every weekend and bank holiday Monday. Head out to the beautiful and spacious terrace for a new perspective of Ranelagh.More
Restaurant “Morocco Gate” is inspired by the rich and beautiful country of Morocco that we thought to bring that beauty to Ireland, our restaurant offers a relaxed and beautiful Moroccan ambience that you feel as if you are in Morocco but you are here in Ireland.
By using only, the finest Moroccan ingredients we offer you a fusion of delicious and healthy Moroccan food to cater to all dietary requirements which are served on hand-crafted crockery brought all the way from Morocco. We offer an extensive array of dishes that can be made flexible according to dietary requirements so that won’t miss out an any of the delicious we food that we have to offer.More
Located on lower Georges in Dun Laoghaire, SOUP Ramen is a neighbourhood restaurant serving up ramen, fermented foods, kombucha and cocktails in a casual dining environment.
Whether you're running for a quick meal or you have all night to enjoy company, we're here for you. Our dining room aims for casual comfort with a mix of wood, pastel colours and neon. Our 3 large communal tables and bar are fashioned from Beech and Cedar trees downed in Roundwood, Co. Wicklow.More