The Two Sisters restaurant
4 Wainsfort Drive, TerenureDublin 6W
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Reviewed 13th November 2016 (visited 13 November 2016 )
Visited with friends last Sunday it was the most horrible dining experience ever bad mannered staff food served as starter and main course both cold and both returned not eaten toilets had not toilet roll Just a big kitchen roll rolling around the floor
Reviewed 17th June 2010 (visited 13 June 2010 )
Go to The Two Sisters quite regularly since it was refurbished a few years ago. The food is great, and there is something for everyone, the thai green curry being particularly good. Also great for lunch, and the prices are very reasonable. Extremely friendly staff and a always a lovely atmosphere.
Reviewed 17th August 2009 (visited 29 July 2009 )
A very disappointing experience. Went here with my parents. Between us, none of us were happy. Steak sandwich included anything but steak. Not great atmosphere, perhaps it would be better at night. Very 'thrown together in the back of a kitchen' type thing. Let's just say I won't be rushing back here again.
Reviewed 20th January 2009 (visited 14 January 2009 )
Love this place. A really great local bar, with plenty of atmosphere and an excellent menu, serving a decent a la carte menu that doesn't stop at 3pm! Staff very helpful and its great to see a woman at the helm!!
Reviewed 08th July 2008 (visited 8 July 2008 )
The food here is amazing. The place is so laid back and relaxed. As for the staff, they're just brilliant. I always enjoy my myself when I go in there.
Reviewed 21st June 2008 (visited 6 June 2008 )
Have been here for lunch a few times and they have an excellent menu and really good value for money. They also have an evening menu that looks good but yet to visit at night. I work with adults with learning disabilities not too far from this pub and we usually drop in for lunch once a month. The staff are lovely,friendly people and so pleasent to the clients. The service is great even when they are very busy and nothing is too much trouble for them. For a pub the food is really of a good standard. From the outside it looks a little drab but inside, the lounge is bright and clean with comfortable seats. Is has a good atmosphere with friendly locals.
Reviewed 20th June 2008 (visited 1 March 2008 )
I recently popped into the three sisters for a sandwich and was pleasently surprised that there is now available a hot food menu. I really enjoyed the hot food, long may it continue.