SINCE 2008 AT 23-24 NORTH MAIN STREET CORK

BEIJING TASTE CHINESE RESTAURANT

BEIJING TASTE CHINESE RESTAURANT [SINCE 2008 AT 23-24 NORTH MAIN STREET CORK]

I must admit that this is the first time that I have seen a Chinese restaurant offering Irish Style all day breakfast.

I know nothing about this restaurant so I will tell you about the street and the area.


In mediaeval times, the North Main Street area was known as the suburb of Dungarvan. It occupied the north island of the city, while the South Main Street occupied the south island. The north and south islands were connected by a bridge built around 1190. The wall around the north island was not completed until the late 13th or early 14th century.

There were three main bridges in Cork in medieval times. One in the centre linking the north and south islands stood somewhere in the vicinity of the junction of North Main Street, South Main Street, and Castle Street. It disappeared when the central channel dividing the north and south islands was filled in during the eighteenth century. The other two principal bridges had occupied approximately the same sites as the present-day North Gate and South Gate bridges.

BEIJING TASTE CHINESE RESTAURANT [SINCE 2008 AT 23-24 NORTH MAIN STREET CORK]
BEIJING TASTE CHINESE RESTAURANT [SINCE 2008 AT 23-24 NORTH MAIN STREET CORK]

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