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8 George’s Quay

8 George’s Quay AZUR (1)
Azur Restaurant offers classic European style cooking with dishes ranging from a
signature Trio of seafood and local Lamb Cannon to our succulent, juicy Steaks. Azur
aims to provide elegant, classic dishes with an inspired modern twist. A different special
every day ensures the menu appeals to every palate. All of fish, meat and vegetables
are locally sourced and delivered fresh, daily. Azur prides itself on a warm welcome,
friendly service and relaxed atmosphere.
Tel: 061–314994



Locke Bar and Restaurant

3 Georges Quay

3 Georges Quay Locke
Now celebrating its 24th year at the heart of Limerick city, The Locke Bar is Limerick’s
finest gastro pub. Situated on the site of one of Limerick’s oldest pubs dating back to
1724 this traditional Irish pub is situated beside the city’s most historical landmarks –
St. Mary’s Cathedral, King John’s Castle & The Hunt Museum. The Locke Bar is a
winner of numerous prestigious awards such as Irelands BestTourist Bar, Limericks
Best Gastro Pub, Catex Best Main Course, Black and White pub of the year, Irish
Music pub of the year, Dining pub of the yearand listed in Georgina Cambell’s best
places to eat.

Tel: 061-413733





Savoy Hotel, Henry St

Savoy Hotel, Henry St hamptons (1)
Located under Limerick’s Five star Savoy Hotel, Hamptons boasts custom designed
wood fired Robata ovens and grills, unique to Limerick & Ireland. Built to ensure the
maximum in flavour and succulence in all our steaks, chicken and seafood. The best
beech wood charcoal is used in cooking which imparts its unique signature in a slow
release formula. All meats are marinated overnight in our secret recipe rubs and
dressings before being grilled or roasted for your delectation.
Tel: 061 609 325



O'Connell Street

Kaya restaurant in Limerick specialises in contemporary Asian cuisine, prepared by highly skilled Thai chefs. Chef teams are highly experienced, Thai natives.They each have years of cooking beautiful Asian food under their belts, in both Thailand and here in Ireland. The Kaya Team pride themselves on producing high quality food which is free from preservatives and MSG. Most food, where permissible, is sourced locally and all meat produce is traceable and is 100% Irish in origin. We endeavour to provide nutritionally rich food by opting for healthy and seasonal ingredients. The extensive menu provides a vast range of dishes, offering not only some of the finest Thai food produced in Ireland but also some of the many other delights that can be found throughout the Asian continent. Customers will be spoilt for choice!

Tel: 061-279788


Mogul Emperor

Henry Street

The Mogul Emperor is a popular Indian  restaurant in the heart of Limerick City offering great value with a range of Indian dishes and a kid’s menu.

Tel: (061) 419 499


Bobby Byrnes Bar

3 O'Connell Avenue

Bobby Byrne’s or “Bobby’s” to the locals is located on the corner of O’Connell Avenue and Wolfe Tone Street in the heart of Limerick City. Established since 1963 this award-winning gastro pub is steeped in tradition and full of character, and delighted to have celebrated 50 Years in business in 2013. Quaint and cosy with open fire, slate floor and homely atmosphere our popularity is understandable.So if you enjoy some mouth watering home cooking, listening to some live traditional music, if your visiting family or friends or you simply want to enjoy the perfect pint, then why not pop in and savour the atmosphere.

Tel:  061-316949


The Curragower Bar

Clancys Strand

Uniquely situated on the banks of the river Shannon, the Curragower Bar is the heart of Limerick’s Medieval Quarter. With spectacular views of King John’s Castle, the Curragower Falls and Limerick City Hall, the Curragower is the ideal place to take in all the city has to offer. This is the perfect stopover on the way to Thomond Park and has become renowned for its festival atmosphere before and after Munster matches.The Curragower prides itself on its no-nonsense approach to food. The philosophy is simple – they use only seasonal fresh ingredients and locally sourced seafood. Whether it is fresh Carrigaholt mussells  or the homemade seafood chowder, you wont be dissapointed.

Already renowned as ameeting place before andafter games in ThomondPark, the Curragowerlooks on track to establishingitself as the placeto go for great, reasonablypriced seafood in the city. The Curragower has long been a city landmark and now under the new management team of Cian Bourke and Brian Murphy, it has been given a fresh injection of energy – and its revamped menu has been getting plenty of positive comments from those in the know.

Tel:061 321 788


Brasserie One

No 1 Pery Square

Brasserie One brasserie one
No 1 Pery Square
At Brasserie One restaurant in Limerick the philosophy is to serve quality food. Patricia
and her team produce simple, sensibly-priced dishes, sometimes rustic sometimes
classic, using the freshest of local ingredients from local suppliers. The friendly staff will
aid you in selecting from our award winning wine list. Brasserie One is true classic Irish
brasserie with strong French influences and the use of Irish artisan produce where
Tel: 061 402402



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