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Looking like an interior design magazine spread, elevated, S-shaped walnut seating and glossy maple floors provide an unlikely backdrop for comfort food like shepherds pie and stew.
With tables overlooking the square, this cheerful apple-green cafe with strawberry-motif table cloths has flavoured coffees (mint, caramel and so on), hot dishes like beer-battered cod and chips and – the reason ever...
On the northern edge of the village, this aubergine-trimmed cottage is illuminated inside by an open fire and candles. Beef in cracked pepper and brandy cream sauce is a highlight of its Irish menu.
Located behind the post office, this gastro-pub with the feel of a smugglers’ haunt serves locally caught fish as well as traditional meaty dishes like duck, lamb and veal, and a veggie option...
Tramore’s classiest restaurant is found inside a Georgian house with seascapes decorating the walls and a rustic feel...
Opposite the church, Italian Affair serves up good pizzas, pastas and coffee.
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