Things I love About Dublin: Restaurants
July 2nd and 3rd I think I was sick or something, I didn't do much. So let's talk about food.
First session I ate out a lot. A lot. I spent way too much money on just OK food. But, I found some gems. In case you care/ever want to go, go here.
Boojums: See; the first post.
Cafe Azteca: Great Mexican food, great prices. The closest thing to Mexican food you can find on an Island in the North Atlantic.
Indian Ocean: Best Indian Food in the City. Put it on a magazine. Four courses for 15 euro! You CAN'T go wrong!
Rick's Burgers: It's open late and serves up the best of the worst food possible, greasy, grimy burgers and fries.
Ishkanders: You like Greek food? You like Ishkanders. The fact that you can watch the lamb cook from the street doesn't hurt either.
Leo Burdock's - Like Rick's Burgers, but with Fish and Chips.
The Milkshake Bar. The Milkshake Bar and I have a history.
The first day I saw this place I thought I was in a dream, I had to have been. No place so perfect can exist. An establishment with the sole purpose of serving Milkshakes. BUT IT'S SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.
Well, to be fair, it's not. They really just serve Milkshakes, but they blend in full candy bars, biscuits (cookies), Nutella, Peanut Butter, Fruit, Skittles, Coffee, whatever! Not to be blasphemous, but I like them a lot. A LOT, a lot. If I was in 6th grade and the Milkshake Bar was in 8th grade, I would work up the nerve to ask it do dance. Even if their friends were there.