The Little Kitchen restaurant
129 Leeson Street Upper, City Centre SouthDublin 4
We believe in delivering a dining experience that includes three things:
– Serving our customers food of substance mixed with style and sourced
from the very best Irish providers;
– Providing a dining area that is comfortable, relaxed and informal; and
– Ensuring that our service matches the quality of our food.
We are a small independent business on Leeson Street with the sole
aspiration of ensuring that whenever you dine with us that it is a
memorable occasion – day or night! To help with this we invite you
to bring your own bottle when you dine with no corkage charged
once two courses are taken.
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Reviewed 01st September 2017 (visited 17 July 2017 )
Amazing is the only word
Reviewed 31st August 2017 (visited 12 August 2017 )
looking forward to returning-wish there were more restaurants like this-service perfect-staff dealt with loud customers really well-which is really difficult but was appreciated by other guests-food was excellent-BYOB always a bonus
Reviewed 18th June 2017 (visited 17 June 2017 )
Brilliant service, food was super tasty especially the half baked chocolate cake!
Reviewed 20th January 2017 (visited 10 January 2017 )
I can't speak highly enough of this place, it's perfect. The food is really amazing, the staff are so friendly and welcoming and there's a great atmosphere, as it's always busy with happy people who are really enjoying their food. The BYOB policy is fantastic, but the restaurant is great value anyway. This could easily be one the best restaurant in Dublin. Delicious doesn't even begin to describe the food and the portions are great. If you're going with a friend, share a starter, like seafood chowder, and have a dessert. You're not rushed, so enjoy both the food and drink.
Reviewed 29th December 2016 (visited 28 December 2016 )
Was here for a romantic meal - not the place for it. There were 3 large tables with some loud guests. Very small restaurant & was hard to hear my partner over all the noise. Food was lovely - but not cheap 35 euro for 2 courses. Menu options very limited.
Reviewed 16th December 2016 (visited 14 December 2016 )
an excellent experience, food was exceptional with friendly service. Don't forget to BYOB (though they do have a limited selection, very well priced)
Reviewed 30th May 2016 (visited 6 May 2016 )
Had an amazing lunch in Little Kitchen - can't recommend it enough! Food was really delish, staff were also lovely & at no time were we under pressure to leave!
Reviewed 11th May 2016 (visited 5 May 2016 )
Excellent in every regard. We were a group of 5. Its a small space, decorated with beautiful art, the staff are very helpful and friendly and the food is divine. The portions are quite big so keep that in mind. Steak, lamb shank, fish were all delicious. The chocolate pot and lemon desert were also great. We did have to go for a long walk after dinner because none of us could resist the 3 courses. Chefs are so friendly and excellent at what they do especially in such a small kitchen. Will definitely return asap.
Reviewed 03rd May 2016 (visited 15 April 2016 )
This is a really lovely restaurant. While it is very small, they make good use of space and it makes for a cosy atmosphere. It is really about the food here though. I think the lunch is such good value. Starters at €6 are superb. Duck liver creme was so smooth and tasty. Mains all €12 which again is so good for top class cooking. Pan roasted chicken had great flavour and the accompanying orzo and black pudding lifted it. You can byo wine but we had a lovely glass of red there. Great addition to the area.