Just returned from a quick July visit. Stopped by Cooke's of Dublin twice - once just for a 'Doh Bar' (fried candy bar), and once for lunch after shopping at DTD. I can't do much of a review for the Doh Bar visit, but I can say that it appeared to be a Snickers, looked alot like a corn dog (though lighter battering/breading), and was excellent. Mine was fried fresh, as it took at least 5 minutes for it to be ready, and it was scalding hot for another 7-8 minutes, before I could really start eating. It was excellent though, and I will have to have another, on a future trip. On to lunch.... Stopped in on a weekday about 12:30 p.m. No line, but the good seats (away from the scalding hot July sun beamking through the windows) were all taken. We ordered (1) the Original One & One (fish and chips), and (2) a combo meal, which consisted of 1 fish piece , 2 scallops, and 6 fried sausages, and of course this had chips with it as well. I ordered the combo meal for me, mainly to try several of the food items in just one visit. Both meals were fried fresh, which made for @ a 5 minute wait, and were way hot when served. Had to wait another few minutes for cooldown, to begin eating. IMHO - The fish and chips portion of the meal(s) absolutely blew away the fish and chips from the stand outside Rose & Crown (the Yorkshire County Fish Shop) in EPCOT. While the Yorskshire food was ready quickly (I doubt it could be cooked to order that fast), it was somewhat greasy and noticebaly 'heavy' when compared to the Cooke's version. Cooke's was a lightly battered white meat fish that was outstanding, served atop a pile of thicker than usual chips (i.e. fries). The scallops portion of the combo was unfortunately overcooked, so it was a bit too chewy (not like a properly pan seared scallop), but had a good flavor none the less. I do understand the difficulty of frying scallops and getting them to cook through, so this wasn't a huge disappointment. The sausages were, from what I could tell, a fish & chips take on pigs in blankets. And though the batter was mush lighter than using any biscuit or breads, and the taste was fine, the whole flavor didn't really work with the fish and scallops in this combo. By itself, it would have been fine, but with this combo, eh.... Note: this was a large amount of food (when you include the chips), and we couldn't finish ours all the way. I was hoping to have another Doh Bar, but there was just no room for it. We were stuffed. In all, this was a pretty good meal, and we'll be back sooner than later. I can't say that I would want to wait through some of the lines that form there in the late evenings (the inside area is pretty tiny), but on a cool enough day, I'd be fine sitting outside and eating at a table in the attached beer patio. Very well made fish & chips.