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Brannigans, Cathedral Street, Dublin, Ireland

Guiness and Beef Pie with Chips and Cole Slaw


Of course every tourist in Dublin wants to get a feel of a good Pub. A lot of them are somewhat worn and do not look like the fancier imitations often available in non Irish cities across the world. A lot of them serve food, often however it’s something you eat after having had a couple of pints. Brannigans was located on a cul-de-sac off the main pedestrian area and was nicely furnished, while still being patronised by Dubliners wanting to catch a football game on television. Quite frankly I had one of the best meals in Dublin here at this place, the Guiness and Beef Pie was homemade, tasty, wholehearted and how it should be cooked. The fries were handcut and the cole slaw of a decent origin. My kind of place.

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Posted by therealpickygourmet on 29 May 2011

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