Eating in Ireland.com » Restaurants in Armagh

By: Eating In Ireland  05/12/2011
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Restaurants in Armagh offer a huge variety of options for food lovers travelling through the north of Ireland. This picturesque county is the second-least populated on the island of Ireland, yet it boasts a surprisingly large number of restaurants. Whether you’re interested in sampling traditional Irish fare, or you’re hoping for something from further a field, restaurants in Armagh offer something to suit all tastes. The county is also home to a range of establishments to suit all budgets.

Our goal is to provide over time a top quality list of all restaurants in Ireland along with recipies, wine reviews and most importantly allow diners to add their own reviews of any restaurant they have eaten in. In essence our visitors will become restaurant critics in the simpliest sense of the word. 

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