Doheny and Nesbitt restaurant
5 Baggot Street Lower, Baggot StreetDublin 2
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Reviewed 25th October 2015 (visited 24 October 2015 )
An embarrassing and monumentally disappointing service. Some of the worst service I've ever experienced, in Dublin or elsewhere. It was actually shocking how incompetent they were. Im sure its a lovely pub with great atmosphere for a few drinks but the table service for food is beyond bad.
Reviewed 18th May 2011 (visited 18 May 2011 )
I visited here for lunch today, whilst service was very friendly and efficient, I was so disappointed with the food, I ordered a panini which came out part soggy, the quality of cheese wasn't great and there were massive chunks of onion which weren't appetising at all. The side salad was nice and fresh but I'm afraid that's all I liked. What bothered me most was the fact that this poor panini with a side salad cost €9.00! So expensive and the quality certainly didn't match the price. Disappointed as I had been looking forward to trying lunch there
Reviewed 06th October 2010 (visited 28 September 2010 )
I often eat here for lunch. Service is quick and friendly and the menu is quite varied so there is plenty of choice.
Reviewed 23rd February 2010 (visited 12 February 2010 )
Wasn't overly impressed. I like pub grub as much as the next person but it just felt a bit flung together for me. Ordered a sandwich on brown bread, it came on white. It was toasted so I didnt notice until the waitress had gone. Nothing else on the plate - just a giant white bread sandwich with ham (admittedly freshly carved), not fully melted cheese and scallion instead of onion. Bit disappointing. Could have done the same myself at home, only better.
Reviewed 29th January 2010 (visited 19 January 2010 )
I come here for lunch quite frequently. The food is always reliable, tasty and well presented. It is arguably the fastest service of any lunch venue. No sooner have you ordered the food but it's at your table. Highly recommend.
Reviewed 15th March 2012 (visited 13 March 2012 )
This place is hard to beat in terms of friendly and quick service. very quiet due to recession I assume though high % of customers appeared to be having liquid lunch!I'd the tasty, reliable chicken wrap.
Reviewed 21st August 2009 (visited 11 June 2009 )
Err... pub food, served in a pub. Does what it says on the tin, but doesn't really wow, although they try hard to deal with the hungry lunchtime masses. Expect to eat without your elbows leaving your chest - it really gets that cramped.
Reviewed 12th August 2009 (visited 10 August 2009 )
Great spot for a nice lunch! Great quality food, lovely size portions, perfect place for a nice lunch. The prices have gone up recently but it is still relatively cheap for the quality of food. I went for the Chilli potato, €10 and worth every penny, no need for dinner after! Lovely salad dressing on the side salads and the staff are fantastic. Lovely place to go, well worth it!
Reviewed 26th January 2009 (visited 26 January 2009 )
went for lunch here 2day with a few friends. the atmosphere was lovely. we sat in a snug! the waiter was a nice old man. really laid back. the food was only ok tho. i ordered a baked potato with bacon and cheese. it was around 3 potatoes with just cheese and rashers on top separate but not melted in to the potaotes at all. lil bit of effort guys!
Reviewed 12th December 2008 (visited 28 November 2008 )
Have had lunch here a few times and have always been impressed. The service is very efficient and friendly. Tha atmosphere is always busy and buzzing. The menu is fairly extensive and the paninis and wraps are lovely as well as the baked potatoes. The prices are quite high but you get plenty of food for it.
Reviewed 03rd December 2008 (visited 3 December 2008 )
I have lunch here regularly as I work nearby and can never fault it. The panini's are delicious and salad that comes with it is very generous and realy tasty. Great value, fab food, and excellent service. Only negative i have is that they could do with putting a few more desserts on though, don't always feel like one but would be nice to have a better choice if i do.
Reviewed 17th October 2008 (visited 6 October 2008 )
Great for lunches. Used to work nearby & ate here almost every day. Would still pop in any time i'm in town around lunch time. The grilled chicken on granary bread is delicious... Baked potatoes, salad & paninis are all good too though. Service is usually very efficient which is always a plus when you're on lunch.
Reviewed 15th September 2008 (visited 11 September 2008 )
Go here for lunch quiet a bit as I work on Merrion Square. Always really good, service is excellent. My favourite is the open chicken on granary bread but the chilli baked patatoe is really good too. Will continue to go here.
Reviewed 08th September 2008 (visited 8 September 2008 )
This place is great for lunch. Huge portions, great salads, sandwiches and baked potatoes. Good spot to have a few beers aswell.
Reviewed 13th May 2008 (visited 17 April 2008 )
Great for a filling lunch. Service is efficient and friendly. Coffee comes is horrible mugs and really isn't worth whatever they charge for it - but food is great esp the salmon and prawns