Restaurant Reviews from odowdmi2

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 2

Member Since: 11 August 2013

Last Visit: 29 August 2016

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The Italian Corner restaurant

23/24 Wellington Quay, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
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Price Range:

Good
225 reviews

Reviewed 03rd May 2014 ( visited 02nd May 2014 )

Two of us visited The Italian Corner on a Friday evening after work, intending to use a voucher. Extending our voucher to starters was no trouble at all. We both enjoyed a glass of prosecco. I had bread and dips for a starter, my girlfriend ate the chicken wings. Both arrived together, and very quickly after ordering. While our mains (two pizzas) were cooking, a gentleman appeared and began playing some upbeat violin, adding some nice background music and atmosphere to the restaurant. During our mains he also began to sing - I was sceptical at first, but it was very enjoyable. Again, both our mains arrived together, and absolutely piping hot. Mine was covered in parma ham, rocket and parmesan - exactly what I was looking for. Neither of us could finish our pizzas! Would happily return, but maybe to share a starter next time.
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The Italian Corner restaurant

23/24 Wellington Quay, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Coeliac options

Price Range:

Good
225 reviews

Reviewed 03rd May 2014 ( visited 02nd May 2014 )

Two of us visited The Italian Corner on a Friday evening after work, intending to use a voucher. Extending our voucher to starters was no trouble at all. We both enjoyed a glass of prosecco. I had bread and dips for a starter, my girlfriend ate the chicken wings. Both arrived together, and very quickly after ordering. While our mains (two pizzas) were cooking, a gentleman appeared and began playing some upbeat violin, adding some nice background music and atmosphere to the restaurant. During our mains he also began to sing - I was sceptical at first, but it was very enjoyable. Again, both our mains arrived together, and absolutely piping hot. Mine was covered in parma ham, rocket and parmesan - exactly what I was looking for. Neither of us could finish our pizzas! Would happily return, but maybe to share a starter next time.
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Bread and Bones
7 Millennium Walkway, City Centre North, Dublin

Visited with 3 others; all had burgers. Staff were, was usual, super friendly - literally dancing around the restaurant! Food was quick, hot, tasty, and very filling. Will definitely be back again.

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The Italian Corner
23/24 Wellington Quay, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin

Two of us visited The Italian Corner on a Friday evening after work, intending to use a voucher. Extending our voucher to starters was no trouble at all. We both enjoyed a glass of prosecco. I had bread and dips for a starter, my girlfriend ate the chicken wings. Both arrived together, and very quickly after ordering. While our mains (two pizzas) were cooking, a gentleman appeared and began playing some upbeat violin, adding some nice background music and atmosphere to the restaurant. During our mains he also began to sing - I was sceptical at first, but it was very enjoyable. Again, both our mains arrived together, and absolutely piping hot. Mine was covered in parma ham, rocket and parmesan - exactly what I was looking for. Neither of us could finish our pizzas! Would happily return, but maybe to share a starter next time.

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