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October 16, 2003
We tried an Indian restaurant called Eastern Tandoori. You sit at a low brass table to order. We got our drinks there then after we ordered; we were shown to a table. There was crusty wafer type bread on the table with several sauces and a plate of chopped onions, tomatoes, and spices. When our dinner came, it was much more than either of us could eat. The food was wonderful. Nancy had a real spicy chicken with a great sauce over rice and I had a chicken dish with wine, cream sauce and rice.
From journal My Global Guide Experience in Cork Ireland
by Sofia R
July 9, 2003
The food is relatively cheap (this may be why it is popular with children and their parents) and extremely good. They have a selection of food ranging from Italian to American with plenty of choices with your meals: you can get fries with salt and vinegar, ketchup, mayonnaise, HP sauce . . . oh the glory! This is also a place which pays attention to it's customers wishes. When I asked for extra sauce on my Caesar salad (have this, it's mind-blowing), I got extra sauce on my salad.
They have a bit of a different way of making things here: for example, the Caesar sauce was not like usual Caesar sauces, being more mustardy, and the bruschetta was made not on baguette or Italian bread, but on toast! This may sound slightly suspicious, but I assure you, the bruschetta was delightful (fresh tomato, fresh basil, olive oil and plenty of garlic -- drooling yet?)!
The atmosphere is very warm and cosy, this is a place where you could sit for hours just watching people, talking to friends, or smooching with your sweetheart. If this appeals to you, try this out!
From journal Living in Cork
January 31, 2003
The decor is warm, lots of wood; nice enough to be romantic, but not overdone so much that you can't feel comfortable if you're with your family. You can go in your blue jeans or in your office attire. Reservations are recommended during peak times, but no matter when you go, you'll get the legendary friendly service.
From journal Discover Cork, Ireland