Sure Bar @ Radisson Blu Royal Hotel restaurant
Golden Lane, Dublin 2 , City Centre SouthDublin 2
Sure Bar is a style bar with a twist of Irish flavour. Sure has a welcoming, relaxed and informal atmosphere combined with a creative approach to delicious bar food and superb cocktails, an attractive selection of beers and carefully selected wines and spirits. For the perfect venue for a casual catch up with friends, a lazy afternoon with a pint of Guinness. Like the perfect cocktail, Sure Bar is special, refreshing, chic and fun!
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Reviewed 28th March 2012 (visited 28 March 2012 )
Had lunch here today - sat on the outdoor small balcony with the sun shining on us so we didnt mind the wait (which was slow!!). Food was fine, open Tuna on brown for me and chichen sanwich. It's hotel prices so not a cheap lunch.
Reviewed 10th January 2011 (visited 7 January 2011 )
Stayed at the hotel at weekend and decided to eat in bar friday evening. i had fish and chips,partner had sausage and mash with gravy. Food was steaming hot,and very tasty,service was professional and efficient.overall a nice experience.
Reviewed 21st December 2010 (visited 8 December 2010 )
Nipped in here for lunch one day with a friend. Very pricey menu. I had the steak sandwich for 15.50. It was excellent, but the prices were overboard for lunch. It's what you get with a hotel I suppose. Service was painfully slow, but pretty pleasant.
Reviewed 11th August 2010 (visited 7 August 2010 )
I had occasion to stay at this hotel as I was attending a party there. I firstly tried out the room service menu which was fair enough albeit a little over priced. The burger and fries (18 euro) was tasty enough from a burger point of view but what let it down was the fries which were of the frozen variety. Some hand cut fries would have been much nicer. The desert a mille feuille which was described on the menu as raspberry, presented itself as strawberry was nevertheless very nice indeed on a par with the produce of a French patisserie. At the party we were served a starter choice of either a tomato soup or a tomato and cheese tartlet to be followed by either fillet of beef or salmon as a main course. To finish lemon tart was served. Everybody on my table agreed that the food was very good and coupled with excellent service it made a most enjoyable dining experience for all. A good management presence at all times in this modern well decorated roomy function hall impressed me. The atmosphere was electric at the party as a lot of people were meeting up with old friends and family. In addition we had some of the best entertainers in the business singing for us. As a hotel I found all staff with the exception of one barman who could learn to smile and be less sharp to be extremely well trained and groomed. If you are thinking of having a party, staying a night in Dublin or just having a lunch or dinner try this venue it certainly did it for me.
Reviewed 02nd January 2008 (visited 1 January 2008 )
Went here for a quick bite to eat a few days ago and believe you me I'll never go back.Firstly I have to admit the service isn't bad but to be honest there was only 3 other tables occupied at the time. Dont have guinness possibly the worst pint i've ever had.Now for the food.I ordered a roast pumpkin and goats cheese tart. Firstly the salad leaves which the tart was thrown onto were about a week old, brown and digusting. Sent it back and it returned on a much better effort. There was also 3 huge slices of beef tomato & 3 rings of spanish onion which i can only assume came straight from the prep for the burger on the menu. The tart itself was a huge disk of puff pastry, which was soggy, then on top of it about ten pieces of roast 'pumpkin' (actually Butternut squash, same family i know but it should be told as it is in my books) on top of which was an enormous slice of goats cheese, rind left on which had become completely detached from the cheese while in the oven. The other person in my company ordered the Fish And Chips, (which is one of his favorite pub dishes) and was really disappointed. The fish itself was ok, the batter soggy and the 'handmade chips' were straight from the freezer in the form of steak chips. The tartare sauce had a film in top and the half a lemon wrapped in muslin (lovely touch) but was dry, not a drop of juice came out of it, i reckon it was about a week old. So disappointed and such a beautiful bar