By Chris Folley
Whether Atlantic hake, piri piri prawns or good old fish and chips is your preference, find it all in Howth….
Regular visitors to Dublin probably spend far too much time staggering around Temple Bar but how many explore the Irish capital’s outer reaches via the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit)?
Foodies should head to the end of the line, to Howth and Malahide. Here, we look at one of the best spots for getting your seafood fix:
Octopussy is a tapas bar next to Brass Monkey, with all its fish supplied by Dorans on the Pier next door. Try a platter of oysters from Carlingford Lough, near the border with Northern Ireland, for 16 Euros.
British Airways, Aer Lingus, Ryanair and easyJet all fly to Dublin. To get to Howth and Malahide from the centre of the city get the DART from Tara Street using a Leap card.