Jamie's Italian restaurant
Pembroke District, Dundrum Shopping Centre, Dublin 14 , DundrumDublin 14
The menu focuses on the simple and authentic – fresh pasta & pizza, beautifully grilled meat and simple bites to start with and share. It’s the perfect place to wile away an evening.
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Reviewed 21st February 2018 (visited 14 February 2018 )
Lunch time midweek was busy. We had a tasty pasta dish. It was very good, tasty. The staff were busy. Hard to relax. But the food was good but expensive.
Reviewed 19th September 2017 (visited 18 September 2017 )
What a complete farce! In a nutshell it's a pretentious place to pay over the odds for below average food. Staff are inexperienced - portions are tiny - food is incredibly bland. You pay for the name and that's all you get. Don't waste your money unless checking in on Facebook is worth more to you than good food!
Reviewed 24th November 2016 (visited 23 November 2016 )
Went for birthday dinner with the family. The atmosphere was great, food - as always very good, waiter was very helpful, attentive and pleasant. when booking the table, I requested to be seated at the upper part of the restaurant, and that's where we got a very nice table. Everybody loved the food and the place. this was not our first time at Jamie's.and definitely not the last one. We will be coming back.
Reviewed 22nd August 2016 (visited 19 August 2016 )
The food is delicious there, I am never disappointed. Atmosphere was great, service as well. Love this place!
Reviewed 08th July 2016 (visited 4 July 2016 )
I've been here a few times and usually I enjoy it. I like the interior design I find the staff friendly and efficient. Last Monday I had the Garlic Bread to start which I enjoyed, the Penne Carbonara however was too bland for me. My partner had Prawn Linguini which was ok but again lacking any strong flavours. They have a nice choice of reasonably priced (for Dublin) wines by the glass. The toilets are very clean and well maintained. Overall an ok place to eat but no memorable.
Reviewed 05th July 2016 (visited 4 July 2016 )
I want to love this place but I just can't. I find the menu is quite elaborate. I find a dish I like the sound of but then there would be something in it that I don't like. I would not be a fussy eater either! I had a chicken caesar salad & i found very unappealing. The lettuce used was not nice. I don't think I will be rushing back.
Reviewed 11th March 2016 (visited 5 March 2016 )
Lovely vibe. The taste spells freshness!
Reviewed 14th February 2016 (visited 12 February 2016 )
Outrageously expensive for extremely ordinary food.
Reviewed 12th January 2016 (visited 1 June 2015 )
Very good overall, not huge portions
Reviewed 11th January 2016 (visited 9 January 2016 )
After a bit of shopping we popped into Jamie’s Italian for a late lunch. The restaurant was busy but we managed to get a table. The food was ok - wild rabbit taglioni was very tasty but I’ve had nicer pavolas and the polenta chips could definitely have benefited with a dip as they were very dry. Portion sizes are small but suited me for lunch. Service was also only "ok" - our greeting was very lack lustre but the table service was much better.
Reviewed 27th November 2015 (visited 26 November 2015 )
Great place, food is lovely, service is nice and pleasant
Reviewed 26th October 2015 (visited 26 April 2015 )
Food was lovely , nachos are unbelievable. Mains are on the slightly small side but other than that the meal was really nice.
Reviewed 22nd October 2015 (visited 21 October 2015 )
Way too expensive for what you get...............Food only average and Menu choose poor
Reviewed 05th October 2015 (visited 3 October 2015 )
Had a pleasant evening here, enjoyed the meal. Yes would probably go back.
Reviewed 11th September 2015 (visited 7 August 2015 )
One kid's meal (very small bowl of Bolognese, small drink, small ball of ice-cream), one turkey milanese (quite nice), one roasted vegetable salad (a "special" which all the waiters were plugging aggressively as it must have had the highest profit margin), an "epic" brownie (which was good but hardly "epic"), a sorbet and an espresso and the bill came to 87 euros. Quite ridiculous.