Latest Restaurant Reviews

Name Cost Rating

(Posted Today by goldenpeter)

Il Vicoletto

5 Crow Street (Next to Foggy Dew Pub), Dublin 2 , City Centre, Temple Bar

Good Italian restaurant with great wines. We shared a cold meat and cheeses as a starter and had the pasta special with speck for the main course. The tortelli were delicious but the portion sizes were ridiculously small! Four bits of pasta and I was still starving. The chocolate dessert was really good though and the wine superb. Good food overall but not great value for the price, especially considering the small portions.

(Posted Today by anne.sullivan)

Farmer Browns

25a Bath Avenue, Dublin 4, Ballsbridge

Having read the rave reviews, I booked a birthday celebration dinner for 5 family members at 5pm on Saturday and pre-ordered a chocolate Birthday cake, which I was told would be cooked by the chef. The restaurant was quite empty and quiet when we arrived because Brunch had just finished and preparations were underway for the Dinner rush. No problem there. We ordered starters of B-B-Q ribs and Chicken Wings which arrived smothered in B-B-Q sauce and were served overcooked, dry and luke warm. They tasted like they had been pre-cooked, left to cool and then heated up again just before serving. Two of our party ordered the Battered Fish dish and 2 others ordered the Cajun Chicken Burger. Side orders included 2 x Crispy Onions and 2 x French Fries. Everything that was cooked in oil, i.e. the Battered Fish, Crispy Onions and French Fries must have been cooked in old, burnt oil. Everything came to the table looking burnt and taste wise, we were left with a lingering rancid taste for hours afterwards. I suffered heartburn afterwards. The batter on the fish was burnt and served luke warm, not to mention that it was definitely not fresh fish. The Cajun Chicken was nicely cooked, but the chicken breast was smothered under a gooey thick avocado dressing. Not much on the plate was edible with the exception of the chicken. Only one of our party managed to order an edible dish. Our plates were returned half eaten. Finally, we waited an age for the surprise Birthday cake, which, by the time it arrived, was no longer a surprise nor was it freshly baked, as ordered. It was dry, and dare I say, it looked shop bought. What a disappointment! I really resented paying for such slop!

(Posted Today by Trees)

Maximilians Bistro

Superquinn Shopping Centre, Dublin 15, Blanchardstown

Had a date night here last Friday and it was fabulous! We had the prawns and the pudding as starters, they were yummy, I had the fillet steak and it was cooked to perfection and my hubby had the pork. had a beautiful bottle of red which was a perfect match with my steak, Profiteroles to finish, An absolute perfect night in every way, the atmosphere was perfect, the staff were lovely, the food was in a league of its own, Cant wait to return.. Be sure to visit if you can - worth every cent :) Keep up the great work guys!!

(Posted Today by atom)

Shangri-la Malaysian Chinese Restaurant

16 Stoneybatter, North Dublin, Stoneybatter

Went on a Saturday night, the restaurant wasn't very busy. The food was good, spring roll and satay chicken for starters - there was 1 spring roll and 2 chicken skewers. The main we both had was the shredded chicken with sweet chilli sauce and rice as a side. This was tasty and there was a generous portion. For desert, there was 1 small scoop of vanilla ice cream or a coffee (cappuccino etc. not available). The food overall was good, just too little of it for the starter and desert. The service was very good, attentive waiter and water was topped up regularly. I'd go back, but probably skip starters and desert.

(Posted Today by joanwinters1)

La Mere Zou

22 St Stephens Green, Dublin , City Centre South

Excellent lunch lovely staff

(Posted Today by lundyshel)

Brasserie 7

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

I bought a deal for 29euro =60 euro worth from ala carteam menu. I ordered seabads and got one fillet of seabass which was not worth the money at all. My husband hit fish cake/potato for starter and gor one little cake/potato. I felt a scc thougj we got HD the portions for the deal we bought - very dissappointed.

(Posted Yesterday by EJT)

Brasserie 7

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

I was there for lunch on Sat 25th April which was a cold ,wet & windy day,but the welcome was warm & the restaurant was a nice temperature, But ... although the food was at its usual good standard (I have eaten there a few times) the Menu was not thelunch menu that had been advertised on Menu pages ,what was offered was the Early Bird Menu ,which was very limited & not for someone who is looking for a nice light but tasty lunch (though the Baileys Cheesecake was divine) Although the service staff were excellent,the service of the food was slow,which can only be attributed to the Kitchen.However I will go again

(Posted Yesterday by tomomeara15597g)

Wallace's Asti

15 Russell Street, Behan Square (just off the North Circular Road at Croke Park), City Centre North

Went to Wallace s Asti last Friday with my wife having endeavoured to book through menupages which was unsuccessful. Apparently this was a result of difficulty by Menupages in making contact with the restaurant, which did not surprise me having witnessed at first hand, the utter confusion which reigned in the premises. The member of staff who welcomed us was friendly but had difficulty in speaking English as did other staff members. We ordered Spaghetti Carbonara and a glass of house wine. The spaghetti arrived promptly but was not hot and the glass of wine provided was small by average standards. Normally we would request that the meals be taken back and hot ones provided but since we were in a hurry to attend an appointment elsewhere, we did not bother. I consider the meal expensive at €23.00 for the Carbonara and €11 for two tiny glasses of wine.

(Posted Yesterday by Crabcake)


94-96 Terenure Road, Dublin 6 , Terenure

Had a brilliant night here at the weekend. Service and atmosphere excellent, and the food is the best Indian I've had in Dublin. Can't wait to go back!

(Posted Yesterday by irmukas.71)


18-19 Glasthule Road, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire

Restaurant Rasam was recommended by ours friends. It's true,Rasam best indian in Dublin.The food was excellent,staff very nice and friendly. You most try!!!!!

(Posted Yesterday by irmukas.71)

Seapoint Restaurant

4 The Crescent, Monkstown, Dublin, Monkstown

It was ours first time in this restaurant.The food was excellent and nicely presented.Staff were very friendly and all atmosphere lovely. We had nice evening and we go back.....

(Posted Yesterday by hai_murali_here)

Kundan Tandoori

Unit 4 Tallaght Retail Park, West Dublin, Tallaght

The Service was good and also the food to some extent.Value for money.

(Posted Yesterday by murphs4816192303)

Geisha Asian Restaurant (Ashtown)

73-74 Ashtown Village, Dublin 15, Ashtown

Attend here with family for sons confirmation,food was poor in both quality & portion size. Overpriced for everything in my opinion, its a case of style over substance in this restaurant with a quarter of my plate of noodles being taken up with a garnish! Wouldnt recommend & never going back

(Posted Yesterday by Chickenwing)

8A Brasserie

8A The Crescent, Monkstown, Monkstown

Had lunch here y'day. We were kind of hidden away from the main part of the restaurant & were a little forgotten about. Took a while to clear the plates, after being walked past a couple of times. Food was delish & very good value for lunch with dessert & coffee. Would be back & hopefully have better service.

(Posted Yesterday by Chickenwing)

Coppinger Row

Coppinger Row, off South William St, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Had lunch here with the girls one afternoon. Didn't have to wait long for a table. Service was efficient even though they were very busy, food was delish & cocktails dreamy! Was reasonably priced too. Would definitely be back.

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