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The Young Idealists
posted: 29/04/2008 by Lloyd
category: Food and Drink
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Updated - Great French Bistro in cetral Dublin. Far, far from the horrors of Temple Bar.
I had Toulouse sausage with a Lyonnaise potatoes and Choucroute, sort of an All France combo, fabulous. Deserts were fun, too - Ice Cream and Jelly was in fact more fruits than anything else but a great combination of tart and smooth.
Sancerre Rouge was delicately fruity and not as soporific as most reds. I'm still off for a nap, though. Highly recommended.
15 months later I was in Dublin for 3 more Whelan's shows. We ate here 3 times! It was fantastic, world class food, not expensive and friendly. I could happily eat here the rest of my days.
Note new link - they have a website now.
Title: Mais oui...
tres Francais, n'est pas? Et le Toulouse saucison regarde bon aussi, et l'creme de ice avec le jelle colour. Il y a rien n'aime un bon franšais rouge ou. Bon appetito ! What fun...I must get off these happy pills!
Title: Looks nice...
It seems Lloyd likes places with lots of character, not the stark minimalist restaurant look? Nice menu.
Title: Temple Bar?
To those of you in the know, what are the horrors of the Temple Bar?
I'm curious too about the Temple bar. I can't seem to recall reading about it?????Anyone?
Title: Temple Bar Horrors
too numerous to mention. Dublin's "Cultural" quarter which if it you were to look up in a dictionary would probably have a definition along the lines of "area held in great disdain by natives"
I'm curious as to how long you had to queue to get into L'Gueuleton ??
Title: No queuing
I'm guessing we got we got lucky but our group were very late, almost too late and I ate on my own at the bar.