Restaurant Reviews from bmaeve

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52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 9

Member Since: 30 May 2013

Last Visit: 14 October 2015

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Deja Vu Restaurant

19 Old Street, Malahide, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
French

Price Range:

Good
20 reviews

Reviewed 15th August 2014 ( visited 14th August 2014 )

Welcomed on arrival by Chris the owner. Friendly wait staff.Nothing too much trouble. We were a party of 7 adults. The salmon was lovely with decent sized portions.The Monkfish wrapped in bacon was delicious and the creamed mash was very smooth. The wine was well priced and a good range. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant. A new and welcome addition to Malahide.
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Deja Vu Restaurant

19 Old Street, Malahide, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
French

Price Range:

Good
20 reviews

Reviewed 15th August 2014 ( visited 14th August 2014 )

Welcomed on arrival by Chris the owner. Friendly wait staff.Nothing too much trouble. We were a party of 7 adults. The salmon was lovely with decent sized portions.The Monkfish wrapped in bacon was delicious and the creamed mash was very smooth. The wine was well priced and a good range. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant. A new and welcome addition to Malahide.
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Jaipur Restaurant (Malahide)
5 St James's Terrace, Dublin 15, Malahide, Dublin

This is a wonderful Indian restaurant. The early bird is great value. The food simply melts in your mouth. There were a number of Indian diners which is also a good sign. Quieter than Kajaal and more intimate.

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Greedy Goose
15 Townyard Lane, Malahide, Malahide, Dublin

This is a a little gem of a restaurant. I love the layout of the menu. It is different and the presentation of the food is excellent.Try the beef slider/ surf and turf/fish and chips. I think the portions are larger than starter size. The desserts, especially the chocolate cake is divine. Suitable for all ages, although a stairs to climb and perhaps a bit noisy in the evenings if elderly people are considering it. The staff are lovely the wine, Errazuriz, reasonable and delicious. Great buzz and good fun. Try it.

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Peploes Wine Bistro
16 St Stephen's Green, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

We visited on a Saturday night. It was full, loud and buzzy. Our table booked for 8.30pm was ready and waiting. Our waitress an Italian girl was superb. She was knowledgeable and fluent in English. 3 out of 4 of us ordered steak. Each one different and all received well by my friends. I ordered Monkfish which I thought was a bit overcooked and a little on the warm rather than hot side. The side of Spinach with pinenuts was delicious and the broccoli with chorizo was fresh and bright green. The desserts were a tad disappointing. The orange cake turned out to be a dry square of sponge with a dollop of ice cream. The grilled pineapple was a cold sorbet. Overall we had a great night. It is up t you to decide if it is good value for money as the menus are online. It is in a most prestigious location. The noise level was just a full restaurant with a lot of chatter but if you are deaf in one ear then maybe choose a weekday night.

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Chai Yo
100 Lower Baggot street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

We had a party of 20 mixed ages as we were celebrating my son's18th birthday with aunts, uncles and cousins.We booked Teppanyaki and had a terrific fun filled night. Everyone enjoyed the entertaining chef and the youngsters enjoyed taking part in the fun. Trying to bounce eggs without breaking them and trying to catch small portions in their mouths. The food was delicious and the staff worked well as a team. This type of dining is perfect for a mixed group. It was a bit of a squash at 20 but we couldn't leave anyone out. In the end nobody cared as we were laughing so much. The singing of Happy Birthday at the end of the night by the staff was an added treat.

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Nautilus
9 Marine Court, The Green, North Co. Dublin, Malahide, Dublin

This is by far the best restaurant for Sunday lunch in Malahide. e16.95 for 2 course. The food is superb and generous . The presentation wonderful. The waitress informative, pleasant and polite. I have not been here in the evening but if lunch is anything to go by I will certainly be back. Just go and be enjy every mouthful.

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Deja Vu Restaurant
19 Old Street, Malahide, Dublin

Welcomed on arrival by Chris the owner. Friendly wait staff.Nothing too much trouble. We were a party of 7 adults. The salmon was lovely with decent sized portions.The Monkfish wrapped in bacon was delicious and the creamed mash was very smooth. The wine was well priced and a good range. I would thoroughly recommend this restaurant. A new and welcome addition to Malahide.

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Deja Vu Restaurant
19 Old Street, Malahide, Dublin

We were a party of 7 adults and found the restaurant to be an absolutely wonderful experience from beginning to end. Chris, the owner, introduced himself and nothing was too much trouble, We were looked after by Kirsty, a lovely bright bubbly girl. The salmon was delicious and the portions were generous. The wine list was good and the prices reasonable. The monkfish special was wrapped in bacon and was lovely. The creamed mash was smooth and buttery and again on the large side. The atmosphere and overall experience was a joy. The restaurant is a welcome addition to Malahide and we wish Chris and David every success.

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Il Sorriso Restaurant
New Street, North Co. Dublin, Malahide, Dublin

Disappointing. Staff pleasant and friendly but the quality of food was very poor. There is much better value in almost every restaurant in Malahide. Starters for two adults and two teenagers---Gnocchi was awful smothered in gloopy sauce. Bruschetta and wings were fine. Mains --Lasagne--Awful--full of cheese sauce and little else. Salmon--overcooked and dry----Pasta with sirloin and tomato---1oz sirloin at the most cut to the thickness of a ball of wool topped with the same sauce and lots of pasta, Carbonara okay--just. The food would have been acceptable if the price reflected the quality but it did not. Paid euro 115. 00 (Earlybird for two)including 2 bottles of beer and a carafe of house wine and 2 sprite. Maybe e25 extra is not a lot but it is awful to come away from a meal out ( which is a big deal for most of us) and feel cheated.

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The Wild Swan Chinese Restaurant
1st Floor No1, Main Street, North Co. Dublin, Malahide, Dublin

Excellent food and service. Great value for money. We had 3 early bird menus between 4 of us ( 2adults/2 teenagers). Spare ribs were a big hit and veg spring roll good too. Mains were chicken curry/boiled rice chicken fried rice and prawn chow main. Lots of food. Plenty for 4. Total bill including half bottle wine and 3 bottles of beer and two cokes €79.

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