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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

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Had a work lunch there during the summer NR and it was top class. Used to be the hotspot for the blue rinse brigade but they've modernised it and with touch of class. Also had our Xmas do downstairs in their Speakeasy last year. Good gang working there. 

Had the fish and chips Thumbs Up

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Give them a call and ask. Oh and while you're at it, call the Grand Central too as they have their basement bar named the same Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Originally posted by Sligo Hornet Sligo Hornet wrote:

[QUOTE=Newryrep] Any reports on Flanagans ?


They’re like the Chuckle Brothers only without smiling or laughing

 
that doesn't even make sense Confused is your new script writer still on probation  ?
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Originally posted by Sligo Hornet Sligo Hornet wrote:

Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Any reports on Flanagans ?


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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Any reports on Flanagans ?


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Thanks lads - will let you know how I get on

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Originally posted by da_launchpad da_launchpad wrote:

Whats a good steakhouse / meat house in Belfast? 
Heading there this weekend. Proper fillet steak and chunky spud chips. None of them skinny fires sh*te

Meat Locker by Deanes. 

Top notch but pricey. 
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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

Had a work lunch there during the summer NR and it was top class. Used to be the hotspot for the blue rinse brigade but they've modernised it and with touch of class. Also had our Xmas do downstairs in their Speakeasy last year. Good gang working there. 

Had the fish and chips Thumbs Up

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Originally posted by McG McG wrote:

Had a work lunch there during the summer NR and it was top class. Used to be the hotspot for the blue rinse brigade but they've modernised it and with touch of class. Also had our Xmas do downstairs in their Speakeasy last year. Good gang working there. 

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Originally posted by Newryrep Newryrep wrote:

Any reports on Flanagans ?

On O'Connell Street? Used to be a family style place with a decent steak but completely changed now - nice looking place. Do a good and very reasonably priced breakfast but haven't had a proper meal there - this review is probably f**k all use to you now that I think of it but I've started so I'll finish.

They do jazz/comedy nights too with cheap gargle.


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Had a work lunch there during the summer NR and it was top class. Used to be the hotspot for the blue rinse brigade but they've modernised it and with touch of class. Also had our Xmas do downstairs in their Speakeasy last year. Good gang working there. 

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777 on George's St is a seriously good top end Mexican restaurant. Best bet is go on a Sunday where all dishes are €7 bob. Bloody expensive otherwise. You can't book though.
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Whats a good steakhouse / meat house in Belfast? 
Heading there this weekend. Proper fillet steak and chunky spud chips. None of them skinny fires sh*te
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Originally posted by Deane Deane wrote:

Any recommendations on the best Mexican food in Ireland? Sit in or takeaway.

I think Boojum has dropped in standard from what it was like a couple of years ago.
 
Guapo in Derry is nice although I haven't been there in a while.
 
Burrito Loco in Letterkenny is very good and can see why it won JustEats best takeaway in Ireland.
 
Tolteca and Saburrito are perhaps the only two I have tried in Dublin. Thought Saburrito was lovely.
Theres one called Acapulco in Queens up in stanmillis (think another place same name in East Belfast) but you have to go into the queens building and down the stairs. Its actually quite nice but the portions are abysmal so you won't be back for that reason alone.
 
Agree with ya that Boojum is getting a bit stale, would go to Chalcos on Lisburn Rd in Belfast every so often just to get their 3 meat burrito as it is definitely a decent eat.
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Originally posted by Deane Deane wrote:

Any recommendations on the best Mexican food in Ireland? Sit in or takeaway.

I think Boojum has dropped in standard from what it was like a couple of years ago.
 
Guapo in Derry is nice although I haven't been there in a while.
 
Burrito Loco in Letterkenny is very good and can see why it won JustEats best takeaway in Ireland.
 
Tolteca and Saburrito are perhaps the only two I have tried in Dublin. Thought Saburrito was lovely.


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Yeh, the fish isn't bad either!
I could agree with you but then we'd both be wrong.
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Originally posted by Baldrick Baldrick wrote:

Lovely chips there. Great spot for an old fashioned grill or fry up.
Has been revamped and has a great menu to choose from
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Lovely chips there. Great spot for an old fashioned grill or fry up.
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