Ireland is less touristy, so there are just a few Michelin restaurants, which are good, French cuisine, four courses cost 150, a bit expensive.
The only Michelin two star restaurant in Ireland, is a meal of choice. Two courses are 90 Euros, three courses 120, four courses 150, and eight courses 195. The price is fairly reasonable and the food is very well done. A line of 12 people, the fore dish I ordered crab salad, the main course blue lobster. The pocket is lobster otters and foie gras steak. Afternoon crepes, so dessert was saved, but the restaurant offered three desserts, chocolate cake, pink macron and white cake, and truffle chocolate.
[Patrick • Gilbo Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is located not far south-west of Merryn Square (Merrill Square), opened in 1981 by the well-regarded famous chef Patrick • Gilbo. The dishes are new and a variety of meats (such as mutton, beef, venison), sweets, chocolate, caramel pears and cheeses are the favorites.
Eight courses, tuna, duck foie gras, blue lobster and squab dove, were great. The cheeses in the shop are actually not noticed by many tourists, you choose four different types of cheeses, each with a distinctive taste! Worth trying. After all, come to Ireland, be sure to have their black beer: Guinness.
A dinner at a Michelin 2 star restaurant on Meilun Road was a treat, but the elegant paintings on the walls and the seating were attractive. The front is black olive bread, very tasty, the main food is roast blue lobster, is also Irish native, tastes fresh and delicious, with grape wine, very comfortable and free-spirited dinner. Finally, dessert with tiramisu cake with latte, listen to the wonderful music, and friends here for chatting and making fun.