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Really good service. Only downfall was a large orange juice was very small, especially for the price of it. 2 and a toddler booked table for 3 and were given a two top so slightly cramped but got by. Food is top notch. Pricey but you get what you pay for. Worth the extra compared to say Look Mam No hands or any of the other good breakfast spots in swords. This is clearly the best. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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
J2 is located on 75 Main Street in Swords. This delicious Japanese / Sushi restaurant serves a wide range of dishes such as Wok dishes, Sashimi, Tempura and even Bento Boxes!. You can order your takeaway food online from here right now on Just Eat and check out the reviews below to see what’s the tastiest!More
We were there for my husbands birthday .i had the chicken fillet burger .my husband had the chowder followed by the bolognese .my eldest had the chicken stir fry and my youngest had pasta and fries .the food was beautiful and freshly made .no reheats .the bill was 77 euro which was brilliant value .we will definitely be back MoreOpenTable Diner -
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