March 2016, our late lunch After a visit to the Gallery of Photography to see an exhibition about the 1916 Rebellion and Roger Casement we went to Eddie Rocket’s on Dame Street for a late lunch in March 2016. || OUR LUNCH AT EDDIE ROCKET’S || DAME STREET || DUBLIN || IRELAND || AS ALWAYS THE QUALITY WAS MEMORABLE || HIGHLY RECOMMENDED || MARCH 2016 || by UggBoy UggGirl, on Flickr We hadn’t been to Eddie Rocket’s for a longer time, since the quality had been declining. We wanted to see if it had improved again. When entering we were greeted warmly and advised we could choose any seat we’d liked. We took a booth by the windows. The outlet is in need of renovation, because the upholstery of many benches was damaged and the interior could need overall a refresh. Having not been settled for a minute we were already asked if we were ready to order. That was a bit too quick and then our waitress was gone for a good while. Finally we could order. From then on it went flawless. We had two banana peanut butter milk shakes, a Skinny Beach Burger, made with a whole-wheat bun and fat reduced cheese, Southern Fried Chicken Tenders and shared a portion of Sweet Potato Fries. The portions had gotten smaller since our last visit and the shredded salad leaves didn’t appear with the chicken tenders. The quality was much better, though, and the meal delicious. We paid 30.50 Euro (ca. 34.30 USD). When out and about and looking for fast American inspired food, we will return to this or other outlets. Would we recommend this outlet to a friend? YES! Would we want to visit again this outlet in our future? YES!