Dun Laoghaire - Pompey Ranger Review
This costal district of Dublin where not only the Holyhead ferry comes into making it the quickest Nandos to get to upon arrival in Ireland but has a seaside town view with it’s marina and large seaside road though the shore didn’t look that special.
This store was also close to the town centre and opposite the pavilion theatre but had the benefit of limited parking out the front.
The store was amazing with a large paved area walled in out the front which seemed to actually look like a nice area to sit, the store inside was a mix of conservatory and mixed level areas. A impressive pillar in the middle of the store and a wall of coloured pots across the back. There was a good supply of artwork around the store.
Whilst I’m not a fan of kids in stores this store had gone to the length of having a toy box in addition to the regular colouring crayons so if people do bring their brats it’s good to see they will have something to occupy them rather than ruining my meal with their screeching.
The food was very good and enjoyable and cooked spot on.
This is definitely a store to visit.