45-47 The Drapery, Northampton, NN1 2EU.
Irish Cuisine | Price:
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Irish cuisine is typically homely and hearty; featuring chunky ingredients and punchy flavours. It incorporates the very best of local produce to create stews and pies that will keep you going throughout the day. Modern Irish cuisine still holds many of the traditional values to heart, keeping local Irish ingredients at the forefront of every dish. The Irish are renowned for knowing how to have a good time and this philosophy is present in every Irish restaurant or bar you enter. You can be sure to receive a warm welcome and a hearty dose of conversation and laughter, making Irish restaurants the perfect location for a get-together with friends and family any time of the day. On this page you will find a collection of the very best Irish restaurants in Northampton; researched for you by the team at Go dine and collected on one, easy to use, page. Whether you are looking for a lively restaurant in the heart of the city centre or a relaxed and leisurely dining experience; you can browse photos, menus and diner reviews to help you find the ideal restaurant for you.Once you’ve decided, you can book online for free and take advantage of the fantastic online offers that mean you can enjoy your favourite food, at your favourite restaurant, for less.Can’t decide what to eat? Why not search for restaurants close to you instead? Our Northamptonshire pages offer you the very best restaurants in Northampton town centre as well as the surrounding areas such as Kettering and Corby. If you fancy trying something new you can also explore the other cuisines on offer in Northampton by using our cuisine pages. With Italian to Mexican and everything in between, these pages could reacquaint you with an old favourite or introduce you to something new!Did you know? The longest place name in Ireland is Muckanaghederdauhaulia, in County Galway.