The Front Lounge restaurant
Parliament Street, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2Dublin 2 Book a Table Now
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Reviewed 18th January 2015 (visited 9 January 2015)
This bar has always been a firm favourite of mine. Ate here with my dinner group. The service was excellent throughout and it was provided by perfectly groomed, extremely pleasant staff who paid great attention to detail. There was also a good management presence at all times. The food was excellent. I had a beautiful piping hot mushroom soup starter followed by a butternut squash tortellini which was perfect in every way. I finished with a very nice cheese board. Overall highly commended and thank you for looking after us so well everybody was delighted. We look forward to returning again in the future.
Reviewed 29th September 2013 (visited 25 September 2013)
While out celebrating Arthur's Day last Thurs, my girlfriend and I decided to pop into 'The Front Lounge' for some food. While the menu was limited, the staff were very friendly and were very prompt in taking and delivering our order. The pizzas were very tasty although a little on the cold side.
Reviewed 31st May 2010 (visited 13 May 2010)
This place is seriously over priced, somebody needs to tell them we're in a recession!...Although in saying that the venue itself is pretty nice and its a good place to go with friends for a chat etc. The staff are really friendly and nice too. But its not a place I would go back to too often, there are much better places nearby for cheaper prices.
Reviewed 29th April 2010 (visited 28 April 2010)
I really like this pub. Its very quiet and relaxing during the day and staff are super friendly. I had a wrap here yesterday and it was very nice but it was mostly lettuce and not a whole lot of meat. Still nice food though.
Reviewed 03rd June 2008 (visited 16 May 2008)
Located right in the city centre beside Temple bar, The Front Lounge is a perfect place to go for good pub grub in a nice relaxed atmosphere. The service and staff are also of high standards. I would recommend the Front Lounge as a great location to begin your evening 'on the town'.
Reviewed 29th February 2008 (visited 5 February 2008)
The lunch time food selection is nothing exciting. The best thing about this place is the atmosphere. The last time I was there I spent ages pondering over what type of coffee I wanted only to be told they in fact only had cinnamon flavour.
Reviewed 22nd November 2007 (visited 4 October 2007)
Not a great selection of food. The interior well designed. The place is usually very busy at night and it can be hard to get a seat.
Reviewed 28th June 2007 (visited 28 June 2007)
The Front Lounge doesn't really do proper food, just 'tapas'. I ate a plate of crisps with a tomatoey sauce. It was uninspiring and pretty poor. Which is a shame, as they used to do a very good lunch. That, alas is no more than a fond memory now. Their menu consists of a few nibbles to stave off the hunger while you slurp you G&T and decide where to go for dinner. Great bar though, apart from the food (or lack thereof).