Super Miss Sue - Dublin
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If you're a fan of the swimmers, check out this seafood extravaganza on two floors at Drury Street Car Park.
Super Miss Sue feeds your need with both the Café (casual dining for lunch and dinner) and SMS Cervi, which serves up take-away fish and chips cooked fresh to order (with standing room for face-stuffing as well).
The next phase of world domination is Super Miss Sue Restaurant & Gin Bar, not quite yet open but it won't be long now. In the meantime, the Café, with its oyster/fish counter, extensive wine list, potent cocktails and weekend brunch will make sure you're happily stuffed to the gills.
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