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Kingfisher Restaurant
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166 Parnell St Dublin 1 Ireland
166 Parnell StreetIEDublin 1
+353 1 872
Irish Restaurant, Lodging
Popular with the locals and visitors alike the Kingfisher Resturant, situated in the heart of Dublin City, has a reputation for its fresh seafood and traditional fish and chips, served in comfortable and relaxed atmosphere.
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Family run Irish restaurant making use of vegetables from their own farm with fresh fish and grills.- Google
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Craig Pedder
a year ago
Top notch for what it is. Nice straight forward food at a good price. Large portions at a good price. Fast service by friendly staff. It is frequented by locals and very busy around 4-30 til 6. Which is always a good sign. Definitely worth s visit for s quick, filling bite to eat.
Debbie Malone
2 years ago
was there twice on dates on july 1st and july lovely staff and lovely would definately go there again, and i would recommend it to people, to try it
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Brian Herron
2 years ago
Dublin landmark greasy spoon – fish and chips and big breakfasts. I think someone in the reviews below said melting pot – that's exactly what this place is. Great people watching and getting better as the demographic of Parnell st residents diversifies. Always tickled that a place like this that is representative of restaurants in Ireland pre Celtic tiger now lives alongside so many Korean BBQs and Chinese places.
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Calum Maciver
3 years ago
Ordered fish and chips for €9.50 and was given half a fish and a small portion of chips. The fish tasted fresh but still had bones in it and the skin was still on. The take away section of the restaurant itself is very cramped with not much room to manoeuvre. Minimum charge of €10 to use a card, not a fan of this up-selling practice.
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Joe Macken
a year ago
Best north city spot for fish & chips. You could be rubbing elbow with anyone in here and it is elbow to elbow. If you glance in the kitchen you sometimes wonder is that fried cod coming out of the bank of microwaves. All said I still come here once a fortnight
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Dave McGowan
3 years ago
One of the best breakfasts in dublin. It's a real melting pot too, you could meet anybody in here. The freshly squeezed orange juice is particularly refreshing. In the evenings you can get a mixed grill or a nice piece of steak before you head to the nearby cineworld or gate theatre. Service is efficient and friendly. I ordered breakfast and it was on the table in a matter if minutes.
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Ada OP
2 years ago
There is more to fish and chips than cod and the King Fisher has it: delicious skate, for example. As far as I can tell, their cook does know how to fry food: the batter is crispy and light instead saturated with old oil, and the fish inside is moist and tasty. It tends to be very full and the tables are very close together but I'd rather take that as good news, all things considered.
Luke Quinn
2 years ago
Great chipper


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