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Lord Edward Restaurant Review

Culinary trends and fashions may come and go but Dublin's oldest seafood restaurant remains resolutely traditional. On the cozy top floor above a lovely old bar of the same name, the Lord Edward looks out on the front entrance of Christ Church Cathedral. They do a mean Irish stew but the stars here are definitely the seafood dishes, usually smothered in a totally unhip but delicious, calorie-packed cream sauce. The salmon and the cod are two favorites, and the lobster Mornay is also special.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 23 Christ Church Pl., Dublin West, Dublin, Co. Dublin Dublin 8 | Map It
  • Phone: 01/454–2420
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  • Location: Dublin West

    Restaurant Details

  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Sun. No lunch Sat.
Updated: 02-07-2013

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    Best bowl of chowder in Dublin

    My main reason for a trip back to Dublin was for some seafood chowder and a frothy pint of Guinness. I am able to get both at an excellent price here. Easy to find and the best bowl of chowder I've ever eaten. We had our lunch in the lounge which is quite comfortable and has windows that look out across the street to Christchurch Cathedral. Great view. The kids watched the traffic go by after eating. Friendly staff and delicious food.

    by beanie_311, 9/2/07

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