Who could fail to be charmed by Geoff's? An old-world rarity situated in the midst of the Norman city walls of Waterford City where outstanding service and excellent food is the order of the day. Geoff's Cafť Bar has been a stronghold in the city since 1906 and to this day remains the first choice for discerning locals for when it comes to good food.
Popular traditional far includes; Bangers & Mash, Homemade Pies, local seafood and homemade breads for which Geoff's is well known, is served informally in the bar alongside more contemporary dishes such as Homemade Burgers, Thai chicken curry and Tagliatelle of wild mushrooms.
Deserts are very tempting choices include homemade chocolate tart and banoffi pavlova along with daily specials.
A recently added beer garden is well appointed and hugely spacious. The many outdoor heaters maintain the warm and friendly atmosphere of the inside.
Bar Meals: 12pm to 9pm Monday to Saturday; average main dish about ‚ā¨10.00 Fine Wines: A selection of fine wines are available by the glass / bottle Closed: 25 Dec & Good Friday. We accept Visa/Mastercard/Laser Directions: 9 John Street, Waterford. (Opposite Applemarket)
At the Wine Vault Restaurant you'll find the perfect combination of wonderfully prepared fresh food, excellent wine in the perfect setting; a beautifully restored 18th century bonded warehouse and wine vault.
Waterfront Restaurant at Waterford Marina Hotel, a truly enjoyable dining experience. Our carefully crafted menu combines the finest fresh Irish food with influences from around the globe. The perfect balance of exciting food and nutrition, something for everyone in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
In one French word - 'Superb'! The atmosphere and prices are relaxed. But as you would expect with Arnaud & Patrice, two French chefs, the food is 'par excellent'. At L'atmosphere it is all about good food & (...but of course) fine wines! Open Sunday for the dinner from 8th October.
The three ships are a symbol of Waterford's historic maritime importance, and this pub is decorated with memorabilia: as you leave, look for the metal sign warning of a fine of one penny for failing ‚Äúto fasten the gate‚ÄĚ ‚Äďand make sure you close the door. The high ceilings and seating around the walls make this bar feel larger than it is.
This delightful Thai restaurant on three stories is a great place for some really good Thai food. The restaurant is situated on the Quay in Waterford and is almost directly opposite the bus station. It is also just five minutes walk from the train station and is therefore an ideal place to eat if you're travelling to or from the City. The view from the window seats is of the river and it's pleasant to sit there and watch the boats as you eat. The interior decor is wonderful - a great mix of stripped stone walls, heavy wood, and Thai upholstery and authentic ornamentation. On the second storey there's a wonderful canopied love seat with silk-covered cushions where you'd love to languish with your lover anjoying a Mai Thai special coffee.