Treat your taste buds: Explore Swords restaurants
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Very friendly staff and really efficient service without being too quick. The food was delicious and really well presented. The atmosphere was very pleasant and the table was very spacious for the four of us. Overall it was a very pleasant experience and I would definitely recommend this restaurant to friends. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Because of the food. The food presentation was lovely. The coffee excellent. Only smoked salmon and chicken for sandwiches. More variety. To much desserts for 2 people. A waste of food. The mini scones and jam very tasty. I have had afternoon tea before. The last hotel we had afternoon in had less desserts, more variety of sandwiches and offered more if required. The food was excellent but the ambience was not as good as your hotel. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Welcome to Collage at Radisson Blu Hotel - Dublin Airport, serving a delicious a la carte menu with seasonal set menus available. Enjoy traditional Irish cuisine with a Mediterranean twist. Offering various wines from all over the world. We look forward to seeing you soon!More
A rustically refined steakhouse concept, priding itself on locally sourced quality dry aged cuts of meat, sharing planks and suckling hog on a spit.
All to be enjoyed with our huge selection of Craft beers from Ireland and around the world.
The vibe is edgy and cool with late license and live rock music
We look forward to seeing you soon……….More
The Estuary pub formally known as The Big Tree is one of a few remaining traditional Irish Pub, owned by The McGovern family, The Estuary pub boasts a select lounge with superb food served every day . Celtic Fusion an excellent folk duo who play on the first Tuesday of every month.
The Estuary pub is one of the few remaining traditional pubs remaining in Swords which has a separate bar and lounge, most of the other pubs have been turned into ''superpubs'' the Estuary pub has stayed true to tradition & has a friendly atmosphere which is sadly lacking in most Dublin pubs. Why not make the estuary your local?More
Matt Fuller has 25 years of experience as a chef, and has worked in some of the best restaurants in Dublin, including l’Ecrivain, Peacock Alley, Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud and he also lived in Spain for eight years where he worked in a number of top restaurants from 1 Michelin star to 3 rosettes. Since his return to Ireland 10 years ago, he has been very active in the Dublin food scene and for a period ran his own restaurant Boqueria.More