Latest Restaurant Reviews

Name Cost Rating

(Posted 2 days ago by Les Embruns)

Clodagh's Kitchen

Blackrock Village, Blackrock

Have enjoyed breakfast and lunch in the past but last night was my first evening meal in Clodagh's. The meal was delicious so much so I am returning with friends this weekend. Waitress was charming and most attentive.

(Posted 2 days ago by nickyrob1)

Blue Ginger Cafe

5 Upp George's St, Dun Laoghaire

We had a lovely meal, great value & very friendly staff. Will go again

(Posted 3 days ago by dnjoyce)

Pearl Brasserie

20 Merrion Street Upper, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Had a really great meal there on Sept 30th. Great food and service and we were in a booth so nice and private. Would definitely recommend.

Dobbins Restaurant

15 Stephen Lane, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Really enjoyable experience at Dobbins. It\'s seldom I have a dining experience that is faultless. Staff are friendly and polite. Food was simply superb. Dobbins is now by far my favourite restaurant in Dublin.

(Posted 3 days ago by Pat.cribbin)

Greedy Goose

15 Townyard Lane, Malahide, Malahide

Good service nice food would come back

(Posted 3 days ago by LollyC)

KC Peaches Wine Cave Nassau St

28-29 Nassau St, Dublin 2, City Centre South

I bought a voucher (for 2 people) on Pigsback for KC Peaches Wine Cave, we were looking forward to some live music on the night (Sat 5/9/15) but unfortunately there was none as the musician was away. The food was nice, our starters were small portions but tasted lovely, Stuffed Figs and Butterbean Gubbeen Chorizo. For our main we wanted to order the Hake, which was on the voucher menu (different to the main menu) but there was none available on the night (sold out). We ordered Chicken instead which was ok, but quite dry and it didn't come with any sauce. The coffee machine was broken so we had no espressos after dinner. The restaurant manager sent us over an Eton Mess to share for dessert and a dessert wine each (free of charge) to make up for the dry chicken and no coffee, which was a lovely touch. Overall we had a pleasant evening, a bit disappointed with the lack of live music and the food not being 100%, but the wine was lovely, the staff were great and the freebies at the end made up for it. We plan to return some day. L.Doyle

(Posted 3 days ago by gbyrnesp26730176)

Brasserie 7

The Capel Building, Capel Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North

We all enjoyed our meal. I would highly recommend Brasserie 7.

(Posted 3 days ago by joc_sanders)

Nico's Restaurant

53 Dame Street, Dublin, City Centre South

My wife and I have been eating in Nico's for more than 20 years - it is our favourite restaurant when we visit Dublin, alas not so frequently these days. It is till unbeatable!

(Posted 3 days ago by Alexandra.Williams)

The Terrace Restaurant @ NCH

National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Excellent food and wine, which is the most important thing. A bit on a pricey side but worth it , especially when looking forward to a nice performance after the meal. Completes the concert night out perfectly.

(Posted 3 days ago by bewley_suzanne10446698)

KC Peaches Wine Cave Nassau St

28-29 Nassau St, Dublin 2, City Centre South

I visited KC Peaches with a friend. There wasnt' many customers there as we arrived early. I thought the food was lovely but the service left alot to be desired. We were left waiting all through our main course for our drinks. The waitress refused to acknowledge us or offer an alternative option. I won't be in a hurry back.

(Posted 4 days ago by SERF)

Buenos Aires Grill

Unit 2 Castle Way, Golden Lane, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Want a great steak? This is the place for you. Fabulous starter of the mixed platter and main course of steak for everyone which was cooked to perfection and tasted great. Staff were a little pushed on the night so hard to get their attention but that's managements fault not theirs.

Little Jerusalem

3 Wynnefield Road, Dublin 6 , Rathmines

Great little restaurant. Food & staff were lovely. Only negative is they close 2 early.

(Posted 4 days ago by brian.callaghan)

Finnegan's of Dalkey

Sorrento road, Dalkey

Love the vibe in Finnegan's

Fade Street Social - The GastroBar

4-6 Fade Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South

Attended in group of 11 from work. Seated on top of each other which would be somewhat acceptable if friends night out. 50 euro menu seemed to disappoint for all concerned. I could not eat any starter on this particular menu and ask for soup from a lesser menu. I was questioned about what exactly I could not eat and why but finally got agreement to provide soup option which turned out to be the most spectacular, tasty and surprising of all the dishes. Ravioli was a mushroom stew. Steaks were distributed to wrong people. Mash was foamy and salty. Cabbage had stewed apple on top. Apple pie was a joke. We actually laughed at it. With pie you expect buttery pastry and soft apples....two crisp triangles of filo and quarter pieces of apple not cooked with ping pong ball size ice cream on side. Banoffee contained actual mc cities digestive biscuits (whole in the layering).\n\nUnderwhelmed was the consensus and not good value for set price. Will not be rushing back!

(Posted 4 days ago by Hen)

Marco Pierre White Courtyard Bar & Grill

1 Belmont Ave, Dublin 4, Donnybrook

This has got to be the best meal I've eaten in a very long time. I ordered fillet steak with béarnaise sauce and triple cooked chips and every mouthful was absolutely delicious. The sauce was so amazing I asked for extra which arrived almost immediately. The service was excellent and so friendly without being annoying. The whole restaurant is so comfortable and beautiful. I'll be going back very soon.

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