Established in 1890 in the heart of the Old City opposite Christ Church Cathedral, this cozy upstairs dining room claims to be Dublin's oldest seafood restaurant. A dozen versions of sole, including au gratin and Veronique, are available. There are also many variations of prawns, from thermidor to Provençal, and fresh lobster is prepared au naturel or in sauces. Fresh fish -- from salmon and sea trout to plaice and turbot -- is served grilled, fried, meunière, or poached. Vegetarian dishes are also available. At lunch, the bar sells simpler fare.
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- Very Highly Recommended 2010