Dolans Restaurant & Bar
Dock Road, Limerick City
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Reviewed 11th April 2015 (visited 10 April 2015 )
Went to to this restaurant with some visiting friends
Reviewed 15th June 2011 (visited 2 June 2011 )
Decent pub fare. really good burger and my girlfriend has a creamy carbonara pasat style dish which she thoroughly enjoyed. Very good value too with two mains and two drinks each (wine/guinness) coming to 40 euro ish. The staff were fine too. We were there for a gig so chanced the food before hand and I would eat there again.
Reviewed 12th February 2011 (visited 11 February 2011 )
Ate here yesterday at lunch time. Nice restaurant in a central location, the dock road. I was in a bit of a rush so i was hoping for fast service and thats what i got. I had the fish the fish and chips which were freshly prepared and very tasty. The staff were welcoming and friendly and there was a buzz around the place. Will come back to eat again and may be take in some trad music too. Recommended
Reviewed 13th October 2010 (visited 1 October 2010 )
Went to Dolans for the first time for food and I must say I was pleasantly surprised. The staff were lovely and there was an upbeat atmosphere in the pub. The food was really nice and def a place for people to try for dinner;
Reviewed 11th August 2009 (visited 29 May 2009 )
Great place for dinner before going for a gig at Dolan's Warehouse Have been there multiple times.. Rack of lamb is good and can't say enough praises for the chargrilled monkfish with confit of duck (what a way to combine 2 meats). The steak comes with good recommendations. The fish and chips is pretty decent too. Has great portions. The carrot cake, chocolate cake and apple pie are all delicious as well..although slightly overpriced. Service is a bit wanting though, mostly because it's always so busy. The place is always packed even on most weeknights!
Reviewed 06th February 2009 (visited 17 January 2009 )
Had the fish and chips , lovely and light batter well cooked and fish was still soft and moist. a large serving , mushy peas included. Friend ahd the guiness and beef pie , it was really good , rich brown sauce , and crisp pastry, also served with chips. As things go in ireland it was average value , but more than you'd pay anywhere else in the world for pub grub......they always forget to bring some thing to the table , pie without coffee, toast without tea. etc be patient
Reviewed 29th September 2010 (visited 8 August 2010 )
Dolans do a great traditional Irish breakfast that is very reasonably priced. they give huge portions including chips and plenty of tea and toast!