Restaurant Reviews from Dwhite07
The New Leaf Restaurant
Unit 1, High Street, West Dublin, Tallaght, Dublin, Area Code:
Reviewed 19th June 2011 ( visited 17th June 2011 )Brought the girlfriend there three years ago and we loved it. The food, atmosphere and service was fantastic could not have done any more for us quick service hot and fabulous food and a well priced bill.
An Poitin Stil restaurant
Naas Road, Rathcoole, Dublin, Area Code: West Co. Dublin
Reviewed 21st July 2011 ( visited 15th May 2011 )Went on a sunday about 3pm and i have to say ill never go again it took us about 10 mins to find a table and get a high chair, the high chair was dirty dryed in food, the food was not very nice the mash potatoes were lumpy and the gravy tasted like it had onions in it when i asked i was told (NO) and thats it, the meats were tough and the chicken was dry. Over all we did not have a great meal or time there....
21 Dublin rd, Bray, Wicklow
Drove past many times going to the seafront so this day we said lets go in, it just like any other pub same style same menu same same same pub as the lot. The food was nice dont have a great size menu on show but when we asked if we could get some thing on the menu but done different they were more than helpful to do and the staff were so nice and helpful they made the hole trip wort while.
Far East Restaurant
339 Ballyfermot Road, Dublin 10, Ballyfermot, Dublin
I eat in and out of far east a lot, it is over priced a bit for eating in but then they did a 30% off during the week sit in and 10% off takeaway orders. as for the food its famous in its own way they have made the food there own.
Jim Doyle & Sons
The Esplanade, Bray, Wicklow
A great place to eat when out in bray if you want good quality food rather than the fastfood, jim doyles has a lovely atmosphere with all the rugby tops and history of irish rugby, the service is first class could not of done anything else to make us more welcome, as for the food top class good size menu and catered for our needs rather than there own so if your out in bray and need feeding head to jim doyles on the seafront.
Newlands Cross, Naas Road, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin
Atmosphere the main talking about...Went for a family dinner, a large party so we were put in the middle of the floor, there was no problem with this its were all the large partys go but when another party of people with kids come and sit behind you and there kids start running around and throwing food all over the table and floor and have been told by the managment several times to sit down and stop throwing food while the parents are sitting drinking its was the last straw when one of the kids throw some soup from his bowl over one of the members of my party we up'ed and left leaving half of our main couse the managment were nice to us after we complained
An Poitin Stil
Naas Road, Rathcoole, Dublin
Went on a sunday about 3pm and i have to say ill never go again it took us about 10 mins to find a table and get a high chair, the high chair was dirty dryed in food, the food was not very nice the mash potatoes were lumpy and the gravy tasted like it had onions in it when i asked i was told (NO) and thats it, the meats were tough and the chicken was dry. Over all we did not have a great meal or time there....
Keane's Oyster Bar and Restaurant
Lisdeen, Kilkee, Clare
The food is unwriteable, its just so amazing the homemade veg soup is to die for the chicken dish are mouth watering and the fresh meat is like its straight from the sheds behind the pub. They also have some nice rooms available for the families.
The Halfway House
Walkinstown Road, Walkinstown, Dublin
The food is nice for PUB GRUB its a bit of the same everywhere with pub grub same menu same food, have been a few times for dinner different day but would not recommend going on a match day it has not got its own eating area and it can get quite loud and busy.