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The Church
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The Church Restaurant

(06 May 2011)

by: oliver 3 out of 5

This is located on Mary Street and is well worth a visit. i was here the other night and dined in the Restaurant availing of the Four Couse Special which I have to say was in general good value. We were upstairs looking on to the main bar floor but its superbly decorated inside and has a real romantic feeling about it. 2 Waitresses served us, one recently back from a number of years away from Ireland, very nice, helpful, friendly, chatty, etc and the other lacking in the language.
Only problems and this is what it loses marks for is just needed some Veg with the main course, doesn't have to be too much and the staff were stretched when a party of 22 arrived and we became forgotten about, in the end eventually managed to attract attention and got our desert, but will probably try it again.

oliver would recommend. oliver would use again.

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