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(Posted 3 days ago by cecilyoh)

Farm Restaurant (Dawson Street)

3 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Dawson Street

Best food ever , great service and friendly staff.
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(Posted 3 days ago by Orlacahill2013)

Scotch Bonnet Urban Cafe

4 Church Road, South Co. Dublin, Malahide

Food was brilliant with generous portions, staff friendly and helpful. Overall delighted by the experience.
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(Posted 3 days ago by oztecikbrennan)

Lumanti of Nepal

88 Rathgar Road, South Dublin, Rathgar

I have been here at least 5 times. I have to say it is the best restaurant for me in Dublin. Food is perfect , made with fresh ingredients. You can really tell the difference. Staff fantastic as well. Can wait to return
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(Posted 3 days ago by Nizzy)

Opium

26 Wexford St, Dublin 2, City Centre South

I dined here for lunch with a colleague. It was a busy lunch hour on the Friday, but still were seated at a nice table. The menu is extensive, which made it hard to choose just one dish but I opted for the Chicken Cashew with Fried Rice and a Mai Tai cocktail, and my colleague ordered the Shaking Beef with Brown Rice. Both dishes came within 10 minutes of ordering, which during a busy Friday lunch hour is impressive. My dish smelled & tasted absolutely delicious! The flavour is very strong but not overpowering, the vegetables were fresh, the chicken was still moist and there were a lot of cashew nuts, which was important of course. The sauce itself was so tasty, and all worked perfectly with the fried rice. My colleague was completely satisfied with her dish, she couldn't stop raving about how good it tasted! The cocktail I ordered was strong and tasty, and quite refreshing too. The service at Opium was brilliant too; the staff is very friendly & attentive, the bathrooms are very clean and well designed and the value for money is brilliant. Definitely going back to Opium for lunch, dinner and cocktails!
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(Posted 3 days ago by geelongman)

The Cellar Restaurant

The Merrion Hotel, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South

Very good location, tasty decor, good sort of wines but food was a bit disappointing, quite plain, was not presented well.
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(Posted 3 days ago by Spembelina)

Pinocchio Restaurant

Luas Kiosk, Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh

Delicious Food and great service.
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(Posted 3 days ago by saokeeffe)

Brasserie 7

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

Had a menu pages voucher. Service was excellent. Starter of mushroom tartlet was dry and inedible. Main of steak was fantasic. Chips and Jack Daniels sauce were the best part. Dessert of chocolate brownie was dry and lack any sort of taste. Neither of us ate them. I would return but only for the steak.
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(Posted 3 days ago by Izzy01)

Kathmandu Nepalese Restaurant

First Floor, 24-25 Castle Street, South Co. Dublin, Dalkey

Excellent as usual!
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(Posted 3 days ago by aidan.sullivan)

The Purty Kitchen

Open New Under Management, 4 Old Dun Leary Rd, Monkstown

Good lunch. Could not fault it.
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(Posted 3 days ago by sheilareflex)

Vagya Restaurant

68-70 Botanic Road, North Dublin, Glasnevin

Excellent food - my daughter visited Nepal about 8 years ago, and still raves about the Nepalese food. She said this was well up to local standard, and really enjoyed the evening. Very good value, especially with voucher!
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(Posted 3 days ago by Joyfood)

Sawadee Thai

94 Terenure Road East, Dublin 6, Dublin 6w, Terenure

Very quiet as only another couple in the restaurant when we ate. Food and service were very good. The menu has changed since we last ate here and they now do Indian food also - companion thought the chana palak was very good.
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(Posted 3 days ago by msirenewalsh)

Hungry Mexican Restaurant @ Bodkins Bar

Bodkins Bar, 57 Bolton Street, City Centre North

Exceptional food and fantastic service. Great fun decor too, and the margaritas were outstanding, we'll be back!
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(Posted 3 days ago by rsayles)

Diep le Shaker

55 Pembroke Lane, (Off Pembroke Street), Dublin 2, City Centre South

Best Thai food in Dublin
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(Posted 3 days ago by claire.sheil)

JD's Steakhouse

4 Rathfarnham Road, Dublin 6W, Terenure

amazing as always. Best steak i've ever had.
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(Posted 4 days ago by folate)

Citron @ Fitzwilliam Hotel

The Fitzwilliam Hotel, St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, City Centre South

A Ross O'Carroll Kelly fan, we took the pre-theatre menu before nipping round the corner to the Gaiety. It was a great success and we can highly recommend the Citron. To begin with, it was fantastic value. The 3-course menu cost 25 Euro; when I added up what I would have paid normally off the a la carte menu it came to 43 Euro. The ambience was bright. Sparkling glasses set out on immaculately white linen and napkins gave a really up-market feel, emphasised by the perfectly professional efficient service, and yet friendly at the same time. The food was delicious and beautifully served - the only course that could do with a bit of attention was the dessert course. And the wine, although very good, was also pricey - at 28 Euro a bottle for the cheapest. They should be able to come up with a cheaper yet drinkable house wine. But we shall certainly be back again.
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