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Great breakfast between Dublin port and. Leopardstown

I am delivering in the morning to Paddy Powers 'Power Tower' () in Clonskeagh then to leopardstown racecourse, not had a good full Irish since 2006 when I left Galway, any recomendations ????
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I used to live in Leopardstown. Right beside the racecourse.

The Cosy Kitchen - Sandyford Industrial Estate, Co. Dublin

This place is nice.
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I used to live in Leopardstown. Right beside the racecourse.

The Cosy Kitchen - Sandyford Industrial Estate, Co. Dublin

This place is nice.
Brilliant, ta very much..
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Brilliant, ta very much..

No worries man. I hope it's still decent. I haven't eaten there in a while.


If you are willing to travel 15 minutes down the motorway to Bray. This place does a great one and you can look out at the sea.

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I ended up eating in Bray, lovely little cafe, recommended by a street cleaner, they know all the best places, tasted great but a little mean on quantity, the owners bosom and the serving wench's ultra tight clothes more than made up for it, I then relaxed by the beach surrounded by swans, very pleasant..
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I ended up eating in Bray, lovely little cafe, recommended by a street cleaner, they know all the best places, tasted great but a little mean on quantity, the owners bosom and the serving wench's ultra tight clothes more than made up for it, I then relaxed by the beach surrounded by swans, very pleasant..
You're an Irishman based in Liverpool?
Wench is very middle age English!!!
Do you drink in Shenanigan's in Liverpool City Centre?
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Wench is very middle age English!!!
Do you drink in Shenanigan's in Liverpool City Centre?

I am an Englishman, that lived in Galway for six years, wench suited perfectly, I will drink in most places that serve beer, herself takes me to places that I have know idea of their names, that's before any drinking..
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Was it the scullery?
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Was it the scullery?

No idea, ,,,,down Quinsborough Rd,,past Dunnes and just past Tesco express on the right hand side, red fronted.. Magnificent ceiling..
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Oh yeah that place is nice. I go there sometimes with my Da. Never saw your one with the nice rack though.
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I am an Englishman, that lived in Galway for six years, wench suited perfectly, I will drink in most places that serve beer, herself takes me to places that I have know idea of their names, that's before any drinking..
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Café Treat based on Google View...

I liked Oli's café when it was open, the panini was dry, the coffee was cold, the decoration was communist, but one of the waitresses was worth it For excellent food though we always go to the Mamma Mia opposite the Bank of Ireland.

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I liked Oli's café when it was open, the panini was dry, the coffee was cold, the decoration was communist, but one of the waitresses was worth it For excellent food though we always go to the Mamma Mia opposite the Bank of Ireland.
I used to live above that place. I think I put on about two stone that year.
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