St Mary’s Abbey
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Mary's Abbey · interesting places nearby
Rhodes D7 information
The northside got its first real taste of trendy dining when celebrity TV chef Gary Rhodes decided that this was the spot to open his first Irish venture. While you won’t spot the Tintin-haired one sweating it out in this big, brash restaurant’s kitchen, he did devise the menu and his British staples – cheddar rarebit, roast cod with lobster champ – have been given an Irish twist, which really just means that the ingredients are local.