Kitchen 62 restaurant
62 Upper George's St, Dun LaoghaireSouth Co Dublin
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Reviewed 21st July 2015 (visited 19 July 2015 )
Very quiet since my last visit, the place doesnt have the same buzz to it as it did when first open
Reviewed 18th April 2015 (visited 17 April 2015 )
Overall: Poor Place is clean and staff are friendly but food is not good. Calamari for starter was processed rings, burger for main was dry and dessert was tasteless. When I told the manager I didn't like the dessert she told me she did! Which made me laugh but the food is so poor it's not value at any price. Pity.
Reviewed 14th March 2015 (visited 8 March 2015 )
Young trendy restaurant - good american style food. Super honeyed yams (sweet potato)
Reviewed 14th March 2015 (visited 13 March 2015 )
Pros:1. Very good value - went with a voucher and wasn't charged supplement for 16 oz steak. 2. Friendly serving staff. 3. Tasty food. Cons: 1. Waiting a long time for main course because of mix up with order in kitchen. 2. No condiments on table - had to wait for salt & pepper - asked for vinegar which never arrived. 3. Had to ask 3 times for coffee before it eventually arrived. 4. Understaffed: only 2 young waitresses on fairly busy Friday night - no sign of manager. 5. Disorganised - needs a manager.
Reviewed 02nd January 2015 (visited 31 December 2014 )
This brand new restaurant is open only 3 weeks and I am pegging it to be one of the big success stories of 2015. If you are a foodie person, this is the place to try for your next dining out experience. We booked in for the early bird on new years eve, 3 courses for 25euro - it was an absolute steal. My husband had chicken wings to start - not the tiny sticky kind - but the size you would get in a snack box, covered in buttermilk crispy batter. To follow he had the pork belly which again was not done the way lots of other places are presenting it. It was sliced pork belly meaning that each slice had crispiness to it, and it was served with jumbo asparagus, a gorgeous jus and a salad that he went into orbit over (pomegranite with mango, pear and chilis). As a vegetarian, I went for the griddled veggie salad which was colourful and delicious, and then the veggie tempura with dips. Both were very good and presented beautifully. We shared a side of mash (heaven) and candied yams (you need to try these - yum). My husband was in absolutely foodie heaven and he never gets excited about food. We both went for the eton mess for dessert and this was equally superb as the starters and mains. Aside from the food, the decor was beautiful, the 1920'2/30's music was fantastic and the staff were a pleasure to deal with. The man behind this new restaurant has a long history of restaurant management behind him (had a chat before we left) and am sure that this new venture will be a great success for him. My husband and I wish them the best of luck and highly recommend a visit. They seem to do a fab brunch too :)
Reviewed 21st December 2014 (visited 19 December 2014 )
I was recommended to go to this newly opened establishment by an employee of another busy restaurant in the area and I was not disappointed. It was lunch time when we visited but had no issues with getting a seat. The staff were extremely attentive and friendly. I had the eggs benedict with bacon and my husband had the irish breakfast. Both delicious - especially mine which I have to say was one of the best eggs benedict I've ever had. Price wise it is reasonable... the mains averaged at around 16 euro. Will definitely go again for dinner if the eggs benedict is anything to go by!