Imagine a cold, miserable Sunday evening after traipsing around Dublin in the sales. All my partner and I wanted was some good Irish pub grub. After walking around for a while being uninspired by the fancy restaurants around Grafton Street we came to the Clarendon Bar. The bar itself is a little quirky as it is very slim and built across a few levels.
For food we both went for the Turkey and Ham roast dinner. By George it was only divine. Maybe it was because I was cold and grumpy, but it did the trick. Kudos to the chef!!
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