The Czech InnPub • Dublin, Ireland
Very good and affordable food in the heart of Dublin.
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An amazing place, absolutely recommended for a half-daytrip from Dublin.
One of my favorite bars in Dublin, always good live music. More tourists than locals but still a good atmosphere.
Good quality for low budget. Prepare your own dishes and eat as much as you can!
So famous that I had to try it, I must admit the quality is good but in no way I would call this 'focaccia' a pizza: it doesn't look nor taste like a pizza! Still, good even though quite expensive.
Seems just the local bar on the lake promenade, but staff is very nice and makes the atmosphere pleasant. Good ice cream, and drinks in the evening. Enjoy the nice view on the lake and nearby town.
Quality is pretty good, prices quite high, but after all it's just two blocks from the Duomo and with outdoor patio on a nice square.
A decent place to have a quick lunch from the nearby offices. Each day a selection of dishes at affordable prices.
Not just an ice cream place but also a cocktail bar. Just a few blocks from the famous Corso Como and drinks cost half the price!
Probably my favorite bar in Corso Como, the aperitif buffet is good and abundant, and the drinks are well done. €10 at the table, €8 standing by the bar.
Ice cream is pretty good, just a bit overexpensive IMHO. And too bad they have no whipped cream.
Very few know about it, but Valex is one of the best ice cream places in Milan! I love especially the hazelnuts mousse and the almond ice cream.
Probably the best pizza in Milan, thin like us Romans like it.
Great Sicilian bakery and patisserie! Try the sfincione, but also panelle, arancine, almond pastries, cannoli, ...
Try the gourmet pizzas made with local biological ingredients. Among them the "Pomo d'Oro" with Neapolitan yellow tomato, and the "Corbarì" with another local tomato and buffalo mozzarella.
It's not just the view... Food is amazing too. Filled calamari, pasta with "coda di rospo" fish, Danish tagliata steak, and coconut mousse. Simply delicious!
The most disgusting bus terminal I have ever seen. Dirty and smelly, no waiting room but just a few benches outside. An indecent place not even worth of a third world country.
A local institution. A small restaurant open only at lunch (11.30-15.30) and serving fine Hungarian food. Absolutely worth a try at least once during a stay in Budapest.