Food and drink
Their brochettes/kebabs are freshly cooked on the charcoal grill and the mixed seafood grill is a feast of Dublin Bay prawns, King prawns, monkfish, battered squid and monkfish. I also particularly like their mussels in tomato sauce (a steal at 12 euros).
It's lively and bustling – there are only 10 tables in the small, yellow wood-panelled room and a couple outside.
It's super-speedy if a little on the brusque side. This is not the kind of place to linger if you’re here during busy lunch or dinner hours. It’s a family-run business and last time I was here the not-to-be-messed-with elderly matron at the helm was very keen for us to be on our way as soon as we’d paid our bill.
It's just behind the main seafront promenade on the pedestrianised corner of one of the old town’s main thoroughfares.
Grills cost between 10–12 euros.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching