Win dinner for 4 people in Mourne Seafood Dublin – Closed
TheTaste have teamed up with Mourne Seafood to give you the chance to win dinner for 4 people in one of Dublin’s best seafood restaurants. If you enjoy fresh local seafood at anaffordable price then make your way to the Mourne Seafood bar, now in Dublin 2, Dundrum and Belfast. There seafood restaurants are unique in Ireland as they source all their shellfish from our very own shellfish beds. This restaurant has had rave reviews from all food critics.
The Mourne Seafood Bar Dublin serves fresh locally sourced seafood right on the canal basin; delicious food with spectacular views both day and night. The location could not be more convenient – directly across from the Marker Hotel and the Bord Gais Theatre, 5 mins walk from Pearse Street Dart Station, 15 mins walk to the Aviva Stadium, O2 Stadium, Connolly Station, the Convention Centre and town centre. Not to mention being only 5 mins drive from the Port Tunnel and 10 mins drive from the airport.
To win this prize of seafood heaven, simply enter your details below:
Terms & Conditions
• Closing date for entries is midnight on 31st January 2015
• Overall winner(s) will be announced on 1st Febuary 2015
• Upon submitting their entry the entrant acknowledges that their details will be used for TheTaste ezine updates and the competition promoters ezines
• Entrant must be over 18 years of age.
• Employees or agents of the TheTaste, any associated group companies, prize sponsor and or agencies associated with this competition and their immediate families are ineligible to enter. Any such entries will be invalid
• Entry to the competition is free. No purchase is necessary
• The promoter is excluded from liability for any loss, damage or injury which might occur to the winner arising from his or her acceptance of the prize.
• By entering this competition you are agreeing that any submissions made become the property of TheTaste
• The promoter reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions
• These terms and conditions shall be governed by the laws of Ireland and subject to the jurisdiction of the Irish Courts