Here’s a quick round up of five of the best lunchtime destinations alongside Thompson House.
Son Of A Bun
Located in the old Crowley’s Music Centre which was made famous by Rory Gallagher and his Fender Stratocaster is now the home for an institution of the meat variety! Offering creative twists on a classic meal with their ever changing burgers mean no two visits will be the same.
This cosy and dimly lit restaurant offers an escape from the bustle of the street. Relax with a complimentary green tea whilst awaiting your fresh sushi served by their friendly staff.
White Rabbit BBQ and Bar opened in 2015, and has since become a must-see for Cork foodies, with its range of slow-cooked American-style barbecue meats, bourbons and local craft beers offering a mouth-watering feast for anyone.
Having a waterfall on view as you dine would be enough of a unique selling point! Greenes offers more than this spectacular view as it compliments it with award winning dining making this a must visit restaurant.
It’s not just the food that makes a visit to Isaacs a pleasurable dining experience, the building itself is an elegant former 18th century warehouse which has been tastefully restored. It is located on one of Cork’s most atmospheric streets, directly across from another landmark – the Everyman Palace Theatre.