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East Pier, Howth
King Sitric has an international reputation for fresh seafood in their harbour-side restaurant in the picturesque fishing village of Howth. The restaurant on the first floor has panoramic sea-views. They have a network of trusty suppliers who can rustle up everything from locally caught lobster and crab to organically grown vegetables. Most of their fish is landed here in Howth, and their Smoked Salmon comes from the last traditional smoking kiln in Howth. Other shellfish, such as Oysters, Mussels, and Clams etc come from approved beds in various locations, according to season.
Amazing wine list and absolutly the best place for fresh fish in Dublin. You can even see the lobster pots out of the window as you eat your meal.. amazing view of the Irish Sea from the whole restaurant. The only restaurant that I ever indulge into a desert because the Meringue Sitric is sooooooo delicious!! Very Reasonably priced for the quality of food and service you recieve.. I recommend this restaurant to everyone!!Posted 14:39 | Tue 17th Aug 2010
Well i visited the King Citric because it was recommended for fish. The place had a real 'fishy' smel about it, so couldnt have been fresher... My friend had a steak which at €36 I thought was very expensivem he said no, that it was so delicately flavoured and cooked to perfection and the size of it was tremendous, he didnt need the accompanied veg that came with it. For me the fish, well i thought i had gone to heaven and back again, it was sensational, you could not tell me you received bad foor in this restaurant, I stiuck to water, and that was ice cold in a jug.... my friend had a fully bodied red which he said was acceptable. No dessert, but we finished with a hug cup of mega hot coffee a perfect ending to a perfect meal, The staff were brilliant,,,, 100% is my mark for this dream . shellxxPosted 16:47 | Fri 13th Aug 2010
A brilliant wine list. A good choice on the menu. Great service. Expensive enough but well worth it.Posted 12:34 | Thu 12th Aug 2010
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