2-3 Drury Street, South William StreetDublin 2
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Reviewed 05th April 2017 (visited 31 March 2017 )
Really, really liked our visit here. The 1950s Italian American theme is carried off so well and goes across the decor, menus, and staff dress, but its not just cosmetic, that's just the cherry on the top. There is a lot of thought and effort put into things, attentive and informative staff, delicious food (cipollotto, the onion soup, delicate and savage; the mains just kept that standard going); and excellent value from the pre-theatre menu we selected from. Luna's a keeper
Reviewed 05th April 2017 (visited 22 March 2017 )
Loved this restaurant - it is expensive but if you take this into account before you book I don't think you'll be disappointed. Went here with my husband for his birthday- it's a real quirky restaurant menu is in Italian (and huge) so the waiter had to translate which added to its charm. We got a antipasti plate to start - meats were freshly cut you can see this being done in the background cheese bread was all delicious. I got the duck for main it was one of the best duck dishes I have ever had. Deserts were presented wonderfully didn't love mine or my husbands but otherwise a great experience - food, service was excellent.
Reviewed 24th February 2017 (visited 23 February 2017 )
Quality of food and atmosphere absolutely top class. Very comfortable restaurant with good service. Yes, it is a bit expensive, but for a special occasion or entertaining business colleagues it is a top spot.
Reviewed 16th July 2016 (visited 16 July 2016 )
Really recommend the rabbit lasagne. So delicate and delicious. The fillet steak was absolutely perfect. Ok, prices are a wee bit high, but the food was wonderful.
Reviewed 08th June 2016 (visited 7 June 2016 )
Nice and warm place. Staff is nice however very long waiting time between courses. Main negative point the value: as mentioned in previous comment, you pay the price of a Michelin star restaurant and the quality is definitely not Michelin Star. The food is good but IMO you should be paying half of the requested price.
Reviewed 16th January 2016 (visited 27 November 2015 )
Well worth a visit - different experience. lovely interior - very retro New York. Service/Waiter was fantastic, explained menu so well. we shared starter of antipasto. Mains are to be shared - we had 2 between 4, was more than we could eat - beef (v rare). Desert is presented on a trolley - this was the only disappointment on the night. Go for the experience & food.
Reviewed 15th November 2015 (visited 14 November 2015 )
I was really looking forward to eating here as I noticed it from the outside on many occasions. The food was good but the prices are Michelin Star and this place is certainly no where near that standard. For a 100 euro per head this place is living in cloud cookoo land . Over priced , over rated and definitely a one hit wonder.