Restaurant Reviews from AndyL2008

Status: First Timer

Credibility Score:
52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 2

Member Since: 07 October 2008

Last Visit: 07 July 2011

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Indian Curry Club - Kilbarrack restaurant

27/28 Kilbarrack Shopping Centre, North Dublin, Raheny, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 5

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Cuisine:
Indian

Price Range:

Good
20 reviews

Reviewed 07th July 2011 ( visited 06th July 2011 )

This place is a little gem. I would say it may well be the best value Indian restaurant in Dublin. The prices are cheap, however the food is VERY good. I normally go for the madras or jal frezi, both or which are excellent. Would highly recommend this place, especially for a birthday or something. Staff are friendly and accomodating. Free papadoms and dips for take away customers a nice touch also.
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Indian Curry Club - Kilbarrack restaurant

27/28 Kilbarrack Shopping Centre, North Dublin, Raheny, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 5

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Cuisine:
Indian

Price Range:

Good
20 reviews

Reviewed 07th July 2011 ( visited 06th July 2011 )

This place is a little gem. I would say it may well be the best value Indian restaurant in Dublin. The prices are cheap, however the food is VERY good. I normally go for the madras or jal frezi, both or which are excellent. Would highly recommend this place, especially for a birthday or something. Staff are friendly and accomodating. Free papadoms and dips for take away customers a nice touch also.
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Indian Curry Club - Kilbarrack
27/28 Kilbarrack Shopping Centre, North Dublin, Raheny, Dublin

This place is a little gem. I would say it may well be the best value Indian restaurant in Dublin. The prices are cheap, however the food is VERY good. I normally go for the madras or jal frezi, both or which are excellent. Would highly recommend this place, especially for a birthday or something. Staff are friendly and accomodating. Free papadoms and dips for take away customers a nice touch also.

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The Upper Deck duplicate
Harbour Road, Above the Waterside Pub, Howth, Dublin

Was here last weekend for the first time in a number of years. Had an enjoyable night but was slightly disappointed with the food. Had chicken wings for starters which were nice but a tad greasy. Had beef fajitas for mains which were tasty. However my girlfriend had chicken enchiladas which were soggy and has way too much cheese. She also did not have enough sour cream and had to ask for more. To our amazement when we got the bill we noticed they had charged us 2 euro for the sour cream which I thought was poor form. Also for starters, mains & a bottle of wine (no dessert)the bill came to 85 euro, which I felt was overpriced for this restaurant. Won't be rushing back..

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