Johnstown Inn restaurant

Johnstown, Naas

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21 reviews
4 stars - based on 21 reviews
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Johnstown Inn

tallklg38249547
Donegal
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 27th October 2018 (visited 25 October 2018 )

The staff don't care anymore

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mrsmaccajnr
Dublin
14 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:57%

Reviewed 12th June 2017 (visited 11 June 2017 )

I had a girly lunch here with my friend yesterday & the food was amazing! Sadly the calamari was off the menu so I had the portabello mushrooms to start, followed by the mediteranian vegetable lasagne and then the rhubarb crumble to finish - the only thing I would have changed about the food was a little more crumble would bhave been nice as it was more fruit than crumble - but it was still delish so no complaints as such! My friend had the olives to start followed by the margarita pizza (with extra jalepinos) and the ice cream to finish, we had a couple of glasses of wine and just chilled out with our food, lovely relaxed atmosphere and great staff - will defo be back!

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annakondera.1

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 21st September 2016 (visited 9 September 2016 )

Great restaurant, highly recomended to everyonr

Johnstown Inn

catherinebyrne_22941992399
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 04th August 2015 (visited 3 August 2015 )

Very disappointing meal. The Brie to start with was not good, the onion marmalade which accompanied it was awful. Following that I had a ridiculously overcooked roast chicken breast, with a pile of blandmashed potato and salad, with a slice of lemon on the side??? The chicken was bad enough but mash with salad - it doesn't go! I couldn't eat it, I spoke to the waiter who was in fairness nice and who actually knew before I mentioned it... how dry the chicken was. The manager then asked of I would like something else. .. Needless to say at that point I just wanted the bill. There was no real apology from the manager. I will never return. Very poor food.

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dhomhnp

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th December 2013 (visited 14 December 2013 )

Food delicious, staff very friendly and efficient, good value,for money, also very clean.

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BallymoreBob
Kildare
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 25th September 2012 (visited 22 September 2012 )

Dropped in for a bit of lunch with girlfriend recently having visited and enjoyed the food before on several occasions before. What a difference a few months seems to have made... We were 'greated' by a wiatress and took a table in the middle bar. We waited for a good 5/6 minutes in the hope our waitress would return and take our order. Eventually I got up and ordered at the bar where our waitress was chatting with a colleague. When my ciabatta came it was great, chips on the side too, my girlfriend's sandwich which was supposed to have a chutney and salad topped with ham and cheese can out with a slice of ham and a slice of cheese in a white bap. It took a minute to realise the mix up but my girlfriend (got up and) found the waitress (at the bar shining cutlery) to let her know the chef had forgotten some ingredients. She sat back down and the waitress returned a few minutes later with a saucer containing some lettuce and a side of chutney. There was no apology. We were not asked whether the lunch was okay and when we went to pay not as no mention of the poor service was mentioned or accomodated in the final bill. I'd more often than not leave 10% as I have worked as a waiter myself when I was younger, as has my girlfriend and still does occasionally. To be honest I'd think twice about going back and spending money here even though the food and service was good before.... Undecided.

Johnstown Inn

consumer
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th July 2011 (visited 6 July 2011 )

booked in here for a birthday dinner celebration. after looking through the menu we decided to order steak and hake, the steak was priced at €20 for an eight oz and had to be returned because it was medium+ instead of medium rare, this was hardly suprising considering it was the most miserable piece of steak i had seen in a while, resembling a glorified rasher. the chips that accompanied the steak tasted like oven chips and not as advertized. the fish was average in quality but the portion was small for the €16. a sparse selection of veg did nothing to make this dining experience anything memorable and at the prices charged there are much better other options in naas

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cowgirl
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th May 2011 (visited 11 May 2011 )

Went here for a family meal to celebrate a confirmation. Food was lovely and very reasonably priced. Staff were helpful and everything organised for the event very well.

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Macker36
Kildare
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 31st December 2010 (visited 29 December 2010 )

The menu here reads well but absolutely is not delivered. Brie starter was chronically overcooked. Steakhouse fries are promised but what arrived were just plain old run of the mill chips. The smoked salmon salad was served without brown bread - which, when it finally arrived, was cut in about 1 inch squares so it was too small to put v much salmon on. The accompanying 'salad' was iceberg lettuce - no dressing included or offered - five cherry tomatoes and about 25% of the plate was covered in coleslaw. Pretty lame offering overall. On the plus side, the atmosphere is good, it's clean and the staff are fairly friendly. Some simple changes to the menu delivery could make this place great but it'll be a long time before I pay another visit there.

Johnstown Inn

jwjnolan
Dublin
65 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 06th February 2010 (visited 31 January 2010 )

Dropped in here for Sunday lunch. Very much a food pub.The menu was quite good and reasonably priced.I had the chicken wings to start followed by the Pan fried Chicken. All in all it was nice and tasty with generous portions.The service was quick and friendly.It was nicely busy without being over so.I'd go back.

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miss.alocin
Meath
36 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th January 2010 (visited 8 November 2009 )

came here for breakfast as i do most sundays (the best breakfast in kildare) which includes excellent coffee, clonakilty black and white pudding, yummy mushrooms, sausages to die for and really friendly service!

Johnstown Inn

beaker1977
Dublin
11 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th January 2010 (visited 9 January 2010 )

Great value pub grub. Staff are very friendly and the service is fast and attentive. I had Cajun Chicken which was very tasty as were the homecooked chips. It was nice to see them offer James Boags beer too at a very reasonable price. If you fancy a quick bite to eat, it is well worth stopping off here.

Johnstown Inn

carebear
Dublin
95 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 31st December 2009 (visited 30 December 2009 )

We came to the johnstown inn on a Wednesday afternoon on a whim. Sadly it was a mistake I won't be repeating. The only good point was the smoked salmon starter but it couldn't make up for the rest of the experience. I ordered the lasagne which came out covered in tomato sauce that had formed a nasty skin on top. The pasta sheets were so overcooked that they had turned to mush. It was accompanied by a handful of tasteless frozen chips. How hard is it to peel a few potatoes!? The waitress seemed not to notice that the dishes appeared untouched when she returned to collect the plates and never asked if we enjoyed our meal. The whole experience left a sour taste in my mouth and I will never be back

Johnstown Inn

janeywane
Kildare
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th August 2009 (visited 10 August 2009 )

As other restraurant here was closed we dined at The Johnstown Inn on our 51st Wedding Anniversary. We were made very welcome,sat in a cosy comfortable side-room . Service was friendly and helpful. The food was well presented and excellent in flavour cooked as we asked. We both had Spring rolls,crisp and very tasty, followed by sirloin steak which was excellent melt in the mouth and full of flavour..rather too many chips! roasted veg very nice. Pavlova was good with lots of varied fruit. Coffee well up to standard . We had a lovely evening thank you!

Johnstown Inn

noige
Dublin
25 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th March 2009 (visited 8 March 2009 )

The Johnstown Inn is well worth a visit if you're in the area and want to eat. The prices are reasonable (especially off-peak), the service is very good and the food is excellent. The beef is just melt-in-the-mouth - softest I've ever tasted. I've been a few times and have been thoroughly satisfied every time.

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