101 Talbot restaurant
Talbot Street, Dublin 1, City Centre NorthDublin 1
They offer a wealth of vegetarian options, catering to food lovers of every kind. The location is perfect for a pre-theater bite to eat, as it is within walking distance of the Abbey and Gate Theaters.
101 Talbot’s interiors set it apart, as they are adorned with contemporary pieces of art by some of the best local artists.
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Reviewed 19th January 2017 (visited 18 January 2017 )
Very good main course and attentive staff.
Reviewed 13th October 2016 (visited 12 October 2016 )
I thoroughly I enjoyed my evening at this popular restaurant. The food was excellent and the service superb if not a little bit over zealous at the beginning. I highly recommend the Spinach and grilled halloumi starter and for a main the venison which was cooked to order. You cant go wrong by choosing this place.
Reviewed 13th June 2016 (visited 23 April 2016 )
what a fab place. food, ambience and friendly staff. Always s winner with me.
Reviewed 08th June 2016 (visited 7 June 2016 )
Beautiful evening enjoyed. A warm welcome, the food was amazing, alongside the service. The extra step made to accommodate preferences. the four of us all enjoyed the Early-Bird, excellent choice and value. Without doubt (for me)the highlight was '101 Mess' a dessert and a half.
Reviewed 23rd May 2016 (visited 21 May 2016 )
Dined in 101 Talbot early on Saturday evening last. We were a couple. The menu was good and varied. I had the crab starter and the stuffed chicken breast while hubby had soup and duck. Both our meals were excellent,tasty, well presented etc.. We finished off with some great desserts. Staff here are very helpful,friendly and efficient and make dining here an enjoyable experience
Reviewed 19th May 2016 (visited 18 May 2016 )
A lunchtime visit and a party of 5. Our waiter was extremely helpful as one of the party is coeliac and took time to explain menu options. Food was excellent and everyones dish arrived at the same time.
Reviewed 21st November 2015 (visited 20 November 2015 )
Great food, friendly service. A good experience every visit.
Reviewed 13th November 2015 (visited 9 October 2015 )
I found 101 very charming and very tasty food. I have been here a couple of times now. This visit: The atmosphere was a bit low bit I find it hard for restaurant to amend this sort of thing. The Food was simple but delicious, particularly the lamb. Service was friendly but a bit lackadaisical. quite good value for money, overall, my self and my wife had a good experience.
Reviewed 10th September 2015 (visited 9 September 2015 )
This lovely eatery never fails to provide excellent service and quality food.
Reviewed 27th August 2015 (visited 4 July 2015 )
Stick me in this room 101 anytime. Geroge Orwell wrote, War is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength, in his dystopian classic 1984. And one can use the same doublethink to describe the experience of a lot of Dublin eateries. Style equals substance (apparently). But that logic cannot be applied to 101 Talbot. 3 of us tread carefully through the lunatics of Talbot St (all Lidl bags and shouting) to check out 101 on a Saturday evening and we’ve been raving about the place ever since. The excellent staff were genuinely friendly and helpful throughout, one even assisted us in a journey through music past, to identify the singer of the ‘classic’ that played in the background. It was Des’ree! We were served up delicious food that was fresh and delightfully tasty, including a starter of scallops and black pudding, mains of lamb fillet and quinoa cake, and moreish desserts. The winning recipe of great ingredients cooked well, presented cleanly, not costing the earth, all served up in un-fussy surroundings, followed to the letter. It’s one of the best meals I’ve had out in Dublin in recent months. An experience virtually without any faults. The only small blot was a well-known rubber faced politician sat in my eye line.
Reviewed 15th June 2015 (visited 10 June 2015 )
Very disappointed. Checked menu online before I booked but totally different menu in restaurant. Meal cost nearly 100 for two of us with bottle of wine. Decor is dated. Service is too chummy. Steaks were overdone. Just really below par and overpriced.
Reviewed 11th June 2015 (visited 9 June 2015 )
I went with a group of 16 people. Very nice, tasty, unpretentious food - no foams and drizzles and other silly "cheffy" affectations. Food was interesting and full of flavour. The only slight problem was that because we were a big group the service was a little chaotic - when the food came out the waiters didn't have a clue who was supposed to be getting what, but other than that, a very good meal.
Reviewed 27th May 2015 (visited 22 May 2015 )
lovely food, lovely staff , great ambience
Reviewed 06th May 2015 (visited 21 March 2015 )
We had been meaning to go here for a number of years, but never really got around to it. We got a Menupages deal, and booked a table for 5pm on a Sat. Thinking it was quite early the restaurant quickly filled up, with a nice atmosphere and very friendly service. The food was excellent and we would have no trouble in booking a table without a voucher. Highly recommend for a relaxed evening, where you can dine smart or casual, depending on your mood.
Reviewed 28th April 2015 (visited 22 April 2015 )
Party of 4, we had previously visited this restaurant on a fairly regular basis but had not been recently. We all ordered different dishes from menu for each of the three courses so covered the a la carte menu fairly comprehensively.. Great food every dish was highly commended, beef carpaccio and the sea trout were particularly good, , service really impressive, very friendly but staff very knowledgeable about food and wine, gave very good recommendations and greatly added to pleasure of night. We will certainly be back in the near future on a regular basis.