Restaurant Reviews from GREENVIEW

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Pichet restaurant

14/15 Trinity Street, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Bistro

Price Range:

Good
295 reviews

Reviewed 04th July 2009 ( visited 03rd July 2009 )

A warm welcome, relaxed atmosphere and well cooked food await you at Pichet. The menu is perfect whether you want to have a 3 course meal or some charcuterie and a glass of wine - Pichet offers both. We were so impressed we have already booked a table for next Saturday night! Look out for the chairs they are so comfortable!!!!
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La Maison restaurant

15 Castle Market Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
French

Price Range:

Good
163 reviews

Reviewed 22nd April 2011 ( visited 11th March 2011 )

La Maison, could be mistaken for a little piece of Paris dropped in to Dublin city centre with a classic bistro feel. To start marrowbone with parsley salad and toast was good although lacked punch, the scallops also good but uninspiring. For Mains the Poelee de la mere was a fine mixed fish skillet and served with a well flavoured sauce. The veal was also well cooked but again it seemed to lack any wow factor. The cheese plate and lemon tart to finish were very pleasant. Some good wines available with the Reisling being v.good.
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Whitefriar Grill
16 Aungier Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

Went here for a birthday dinner last week. Worth a special mention are the bone marrow starter and the pork fillet main course both of which were delicious. The rabbit main was tasty but the meat was slightly dry. Friendly service in a relaxed but lively atmosphere. Worth another visit.

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Jaipur Restaurant (Malahide)
5 St James's Terrace, Dublin 15, Malahide, Dublin

Agree completely with the previous reviewer's comments. This was our second time eating here and the food was as good as the first time. All the food was delicious and the service was first class. Duck breast starter done on the tandoor is worth a special mention. If you like Indian food this place is well worth a visit. We will definitely be back.

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Rustic Stone
South George's Street, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

Went here as a special treat but unfortuntely the experience did not live up to our expectations. Salt cod starter was good, but the duck and beef sandwiches were overpowered by the accompanying relish and the meat flavour was lost. Steaks were of good quality, unfortunately when one of the steaks arrived it was cooked rare to my liking, however, the centre was so cold, it had to be overcooked on the stone.Polenta chips were a new experience and very good with an interesting texture. The crushed potatoes on the other hand were forgettable. Felt more like a place to been seen, than somewhere you would go for the food. Left feeling disappointed.

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Paulie's Pizza
58 Grand Canal Street, Dublin 4, City Centre South, Dublin

If you have ever been lucky enough to eat pizza in Naples you will know how hard it is to find something on par in Dublin - the search may be over! This little gem seems to do everthing right, it has the wood fired oven which gives you the authentic Naples pizza base and some imagnative topping choices - we especially liked the Caprese. The house white was perfectly good and at €20 good value too. The staff were friendly and seemed to enjoy working there as much as we enjoyed eating there. The behemoth of a coffee machine on the counter is also nearly worth the trip alone and the restaurant has an open air area at the front ideal for a good day. My advice is if you can't go to Naples let Naples come to you and head to Paulies

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La Maison
15 Castle Market Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

La Maison, could be mistaken for a little piece of Paris dropped in to Dublin city centre with a classic bistro feel. To start marrowbone with parsley salad and toast was good although lacked punch, the scallops also good but uninspiring. For Mains the Poelee de la mere was a fine mixed fish skillet and served with a well flavoured sauce. The veal was also well cooked but again it seemed to lack any wow factor. The cheese plate and lemon tart to finish were very pleasant. Some good wines available with the Reisling being v.good.

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Wild Honey Inn
Kincora Road, Lisdoonvarna, Clare

The Wild Honey Inn - I feel we have stumbled upon a gourmet gem. We went here with friends and were impressed not only by the restaurant but the entire dinner and duvet experience. The cooking was assured and precise and the use of local ingredients was evident on the menu. For starters I was tempted by the carrot risottto which was delicate and flavoursome. The crab cocktail was also a popular choice and hit the spot. For Mains the T-Bone steak was a generous piece of meat cooked exactly to our liking and served with a double cooked chips, a divine onion confit croquette and a good béarnaise sauce. The haunch of venison with purple carrots and a rich jus was also a dish with great depth of flavour. To finish a well executed créme brulee. There are also some interesting wines to choose from. The room was relaxed and homely with a raging wood fire which would tempt you to stay for an after dinner drink at the bar. So pack an overnight bag, jump in the car you won't regret it.

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Chez Max (Baggot Street)
133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

We thought we would eat here having enjoyed our meal so much in Chez Max in Palace Street. We definitely were not disappointed - the food and the service were great and Chez Max definitely offers great value for money!! Either restaurant is well worth a visit!!!

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Pichet
14/15 Trinity Street, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

A warm welcome, relaxed atmosphere and well cooked food await you at Pichet. The menu is perfect whether you want to have a 3 course meal or some charcuterie and a glass of wine - Pichet offers both. We were so impressed we have already booked a table for next Saturday night! Look out for the chairs they are so comfortable!!!!

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

Having read all the great reviews we were looking forward to eating at El Paso. We were sorely disappointed. We had the pepper burger and chips and the pork belly ribs. All were bland and the ribs were 'flabby'. Big portions does not equal great quality. Service good and imagine this would have a great atmosphere on a busy night.

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Chez Max (Palace Street)
1 Palace Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

We've lived in Dublin for 10 years and can't believe that we have never visited Chez Max. The food was excellent especially the steak frites which we'll definitely be going back for!!! Combined with excellent service and a great atmosphere this was a very enjoyable dining experience!

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Gilbert & Wright Malahide
1 Ross Terrace, Malahide, Dublin

We went here for lunch on 13 June 2009 and were disappointed with the quality of the food compared to a previous visit. The chicken quesadilla was somewhat bland and someone had been over zealous with the salt in the beef and guinness pie. Overall, not a great experience.

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