Good World Chinese Restaurant
18 South Great Georges Street, Georges Street
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|Mon||12:00pm - 12:00am|
|Tue||12:00pm - 12:00am|
|Wed||12:00pm - 12:00am|
|Thu||12:00pm - 12:00am|
|Fri||12:00pm - 12:00am|
|Sat||12:00pm - 12:00am|
|Sun||12:00pm - 12:00am|
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Asian, Asian Fusion, Chinese, Chinese, Malaysian, Sunday Lunch, Thai
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Reviewed 09th August 2013
Great value, food and atmosphere
Reviewed 16th July 2013
it's a really nice restaurant, gorgeous food, reasonably priced have a set menu for two with a bottle of wine for €50 which is great. a lot of options on the al a carte menu, staff really friendly, good service
Reviewed 08th July 2013
always a joy to eat at the good world chinese restaurant. food is always excellant, with wide variety of choices and great value. staff always pleasant and helpful. keep up the good work.
Reviewed 29th June 2013
I have been going to this restaurant since I was a young girl and I absolutely love it. We go for occasions all the time.The one thing I noticed this time was the state the bathrooms were in.They looked desperate. I hope it gets sorted as it is such a turn off to see a bad bathroom in a restaurant!
Reviewed 29th May 2013
Best dim sum in town ,
Reviewed 09th March 2013
One of my all time fav restaurant in Dublin. You have a real feel and taste of Cantonese dining. An all time fav for local Chinese and Irish people, you always see a good mix in there. I love the ding sum here. They actually have a pastry chef making them, non frozen stuff. Great value, quick service. Enjoy every time we are there. Taste of home of Asia.
Reviewed 03rd March 2013
Went here recently for a meal with my sister for a birthday meal. Thought on looking at the early bird menu that it was good value for money & there seemed to be a few people in the restaurant. We placed our food order & ordered a bottle of pinot grigio. When the girl came back to the table she said that the pinot grigio wasnt chilled & did we want to order something else so gave us the wine menu again. Our starters arrived & the waitress never came back to take the alternative wine order so we had to order it from the waiter who came with our food. My sister had the spring rolls which didnt come with any sauce & I had the bbq spare ribs which really were spare as there was virtually no meat on them. I ordered sweet & sour chicken for my mains which wasnt very nice & the fried rice was sticky & tasteless. As we were having a 3 course meal the waitress asked us if we wished to look at the dessert menu which my sister did & then she completely forgot to come back. My sister asked again when I went to the ladies & she just gave her the 3 choices verbally. When my sister tried to order her chosen dessert (& we were going to order 2 more glasses of wine) she tried to get the attention of one of the waiters & when she started to order he interrupted her & rudely left the table to attend to more customers coming in the door. We then decided because of his rudeness that we werent staying to have dessert (which were paying for anyway) so when he came back I asked for the bill instead & explained to him that I thought what he did was rude. He just apologised in a very dismissive way and left the table. Another waiter arrived with the bill & as I wasnt satisfied with the apology I was given I tried to explain to him to which he apologized and informed us that there was nothing to do as the other waiter was actually the manager!! Awful restaurant & extremely rude ´manager`, AVOID at all costs!!
Reviewed 19th November 2012
Went here on Saturday night a party of 14 of us with out a booking and they accommodated us so easily, they organised two large round tables next to each other which suited us perfectly. We ordered the set menu for the fourteen of us and the food was fabulous, with a terrific selection. The staff couldn't have done enough for us and although we arrived late approx 10.20 ish we were never rushed, it was very efficient, yet relaxed. All in all we had a most pleasant Chinese dining experience in the Good World Chinese restaurant. Would definitely recommend it and will most definitely be back.
Reviewed 16th October 2012
I purchased a voucher for Good World as it is one of my favourite chinese restaurants and it was for a 3 course meal with a glass of wine/bottle of beer each for 39.99 which was great value. When we started to order the waiter was quite abrupt and tried to tell us they had no seabass even though several people were eating it around us. Then when we said that he said we couldn't get it on the voucher and my husband asked to speak to the manager. The waiter stormed off and a polite manager came back, when my husband explained what had happened he said the waiter must have thought he was trying to order lobster and said of course he could order sea bass. Although it was a bad start, the manager then served us, we ended up ordering an extra glass of wine and two extra bottles of beer and when we asked for the bill at the end of the night he said the extra drinks were on the house which was nice. We do go there for family occasions etc so I was happy they redeemed themselves. The food was gorgeous as always.
Reviewed 26th July 2012
not quite the best dim sum in Dublin - better places in unlikely locations, but quite good chinese food. Service is a good as you get in a chinese resaturant - but it's mainly about the food here, which is worth coming for