Restaurant review: Goldie is quite the catch

Delicious fish dishes and friendly staff mean eating in this new Cork restaurant is good for the stomach and for the soul

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
26th January, 2020
Restaurant review: Goldie is quite the catch
Goldie Fish & Ale is good for the soul. Picture: John Allen

Goldie Fish & Ale

128 Oliver Plunkett Street, Cork

021-2398720, goldie.ie

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