Delicious healthy food made by a Ballymaloe-trained chef is the perfect garden-side meal
Made in Belfast is a hop, skip and jump from City Hall and a world away from the bland bank buildings surrounding it.
Using your mobile to illuminate the menu is taking “atmosphere” a little too far.
A curious concept of blended Scandinavian and Asian influences in this new city centre bar and restaurant
There’s no farm on the roof supplying the food but the Blas Cafe is still worth a visit
A cool little spot that has the frantic starved-student mayhem during lunch, but is a relaxing spot in between
A complete facelift, excellent staff, and the ability to eat in, in comfortable – if cosy – surroundings all help to make this look like a place that will stick
Pho Viet specialises in pho – a popular street food consisting of a light broth, rice noodles, chicken or beef with vegetables
A canter through the all-day menu shows a restaurant with a light and lovely approach to food
Open for breakfast from 7.45am, its elder sibling, Brother Hubbard's, influence is evident in the menu
This isn’t a spot for a quiet tete-a-tete – but for a group looking for a party atmosphere with some tasty plates and cocktails it’s a good bet
Home comforts at a wallet-friendly price at this Dublin restaurant
The menu is as consistent as the vibe – honest-to-goodness doorstep sandwiches, with old-school fillings
There are so many positives that it seems like very bad luck that overcooked halibut lands on the critic’s table
Michelin-starred José Avillez serves up good value in his Cantinho do Avillez in Lisbon
An old school room and good, well-cooked ingredients make this an excellent long lunch venue
They could dial up the smoke in the food but otherwise this newcomer is off to a good start
Several big names and restaurant groups are planning new things but there are also smaller beginnings planned for 2015
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