Restaurant review: Eat like it’s the last days of Rome without breaking the bank

The great prices at Ripasso belie the superb quality of the Italian fare being served

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
25th October, 2020
Restaurant review: Eat like it’s the last days of Rome without breaking the bank
Ripasso’s owner had invested in a comfortable and cosy outdoor dining area only to have to close it again. Photo: Bryan Meade

Ripasso, 1 Albert Avenue,

Bray, Co Wicklow

01-2813675, ripasso.ie

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