Latest Restaurant Reviews

Name Cost Rating

(Posted Yesterday by staff1960)

The Vintage Kitchen

7 Poolbeg St, City Centre South

Second visit and as good as the first. Food is beautiful. Staff friendly and helpful. Great value for money at 25 euro for two courses.

(Posted Yesterday by MissisB)

Beirut Express

69 Dame Street, City Centre South

I often pop in here for a guaranteed delight of a meal. BYOB is another plus. Great food, staff and location. The sign design and decor need work to beat off competition though, that is all. :) Go forth and conquer!!:)

(Posted Yesterday by bernie.baker1)

Enigma Grill

Castle House, Main Street, Rathfarnham

I had a wonderful evening catching up with a friend I had not seen in ages. We couldn't have chosen a more suitable restaurant! The atmosphere enabled a quiet chat, the service staff were attentive but not intrusive and the food was outstanding, and there was quite a choice on the menu. It was great value for money in all respects. It was my second visit, the other was with a large group of 10 during and it was equally pleasing. I will be back!

(Posted Yesterday by MissisB)

The Market Bar

Fade Street, City Centre South

It's funny because lately everytime I go out I have met my friends I can't think of anywhere else to go because The Marketbar tapas have me drooling into my phone while suggesting where to go out in Dublin. I used to be put off by the loud chitter chatter, but now I just cannot get enough of the place. During the day if I want a quiet place this is where I go and at night this is where I meet friends. Why? Because without a shadow of doubt you are guaranteed good food and good vino. The new Black Market was a pleasant surprise and one night I ended up with a friend in there drinking more gorgeous vino late into the night, shuffling out the door sad that the night was over. The staff are always busy, but always lovely and professional. The Marketbar ticks all the boxes for me, but just one thing don't let it go to your heads lads!

(Posted Yesterday by maggymahony)

The Bell Pub & Restaurant

Navan Road, Blanchardstown

Have had evening food her quite a bit but never the breakfast. Decided to try it this weekend. Hubby had french toast & Bacon- delicious. I tried the omelette- i asked for extra veg and it was not trouble at all. really tasty, great value and the latte was piping hot and delicious. Would highly recommend the Bell for great food and lovely staff.

(Posted Yesterday by Wicklow)

The Lord Edward

23 Christchurch Place, City Centre South

My recent experience of The Lord Edward confirms a view I've maintained for years - that the restaurant is consistently fine, very reliably the best classic French-style fish restaurant in Dublin. The fact that the menu rarely changes is itself a tribute to the reliability of the place - you can always count on superb meals with outstanding service, at a reasonable price. I meet friends there regularly, and have never been disappointed in the least. It is a Dublin institution, and long may it retain that distinct honour.

(Posted Yesterday by mlygr)

Siam Thai (Dundrum)

Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum

always been my favourite Thai restaurant in Dublin. everything is great, we were offered the Siam discounted card.

(Posted Yesterday by mlygr)

Cortina’s Mexican Restaurant

The Pembroke District, Dundrum Town Centre, Dundrum

loved all the bottles at bar area, service was a bit slow tho as not enough staff at the night when we were there. the portion of the food were huge.

(Posted Yesterday by mlygr)

Acapulco Restaurant

7 South Great Georges Street, Georges Street

loved the food in this place, had fish&prawn; tacos which was delicious. Margheritas on offer on Wed nights was a must have! the fried ice cream with butterscotch was a bit heavy tho. would come again.

(Posted Yesterday by barbara)

Rolys Bistro

7 Ballsbridge Terrace, Ballsbridge

I have been in Rolys (restaurant) many times. This was the best. It was a little cool and when I mentioned it, the heating was turned on immediately.

(Posted Yesterday by sandra.conmy)

The Lovely Food Co

14 Terenure Road West, Terenure, Terenure

Really enjoyed our meal, service was excellent and food was beautiful.

(Posted Yesterday by RMBG)

The Gables

McCabes Wines, The Gables, 1 Torquay Road, Foxrock

visited here with a friend and we were glad we had a voucher for it. They did have a special menu on for €19.95 which looked good but because we had the voucher we decided to go for the specials off the board. The starters, prawns were lovely and my friend had pate which was lovely also. We both had seabass for mains and was very surprised when we asked did it come with potatoes or chips and they said no they are extra? It was €19.95 for 1 small panfried seabass fillet which was on a bed of some finely diced mixture of cucumber, lettuce, pickle, cant even remember the rest. Then €3.50 for our sides. The cheese board we had was lovely. Overall it was lovely and I would return but I think they should look at maybe adding side with their specials for the price they charge

(Posted Yesterday by magggy)

PHX Bistro

12 Ellis Quay, Ellis House, Smithfield, City Centre North

We decided to book PHX as we've never heard of it, the food looked good, and they offer a reasonable early bird. Upon arrival there were only 2 other tables in the restaurant so the atmosphere lacked slightly, but there were 4 in our party thankfully. The waitress was well informed, pleasant, and provided excellent service. The wine selection was adequate, although it would have been nice to see a few more options, but I loved that everything was available in a carafe. We ordered the duck parfait, gambas pil pil, and the pork riellette special to start. Everything was delicious especially the riellette and the parfait. We were offered extra bread if needed, which we definitely needed, and it was brought right away. For mains, the table had 2 of the pork belly, and the hake. The pork belly was definitly a stand out. It wasn't overly chewy, (which sometimes deters me from ordering pork belly), the sauce went well, the tenderstem broccoli was a great shout, and the truffle mash was delicious. It went very well with our Cab Sauv. The hake was also delicious. Very delicate and nice flavours. We also ordered skinny fries as a side which there was a lot of, but a little overly salted for me. For dessert we got one peanut butter brownie for the table. I was really excited about this dessert and I think it actually sub consciously made me pick the restaurant, as I am a peanut butter freak. Unfortunately the peanut butter flavour wasn't that strong and the brownie could have been a little more moist. Overall it was a great experience and might be back for the cheese plate at some point.

(Posted Yesterday by pinkladyrachel)

Sabor Brazil

50 Pleasant Street, Off Camden Street, City Centre South

Five stars seems too few. This place is fantasic. The food is amazing, the wine was flawless, the staff were incredible. I cant say enough good things about this place.

(Posted Yesterday by Joey Carolan)


91A Rathgar Road, Rathgar

Food was exceptional, very tasty and generous portions. Service was first rate. Only complaint we had was that the room was a little cold. Would highly recommend Mehek for a nice night out.

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