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Lemongrass (Citywest) restaurant

Citywest Golf Hotel, West Dublin, Saggart, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
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41 reviews

Reviewed 04th August 2013 ( visited 04th August 2013 )

Really great Sunday lunch menu here today, 2 courses 18 euro, 3 courses 21 euro. The food and service was excellent. Friendly staff and fresh well presented food, a must return!
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Lemongrass (Citywest) restaurant

Citywest Golf Hotel, West Dublin, Saggart, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Asian

Price Range:

Good
41 reviews

Reviewed 04th August 2013 ( visited 04th August 2013 )

Really great Sunday lunch menu here today, 2 courses 18 euro, 3 courses 21 euro. The food and service was excellent. Friendly staff and fresh well presented food, a must return!
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Tikka House
1 Belgard Square West, West Dublin, Tallaght, Dublin

I just got a take away from here, I was concerned that it may not be as good as the previous Indian Restaurant that was here. The food was fabulous, I got the vegetarian meal offer, good value at €22, staff were very friendly and made changes to my order as I required. Worth a visit.

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Tikka House
1 Belgard Square West, West Dublin, Tallaght, Dublin

I just got a take away from here, I was concerned that it may not be as good as the previous Indian Restaurant that was here. The food was fabulous, I got the vegetarian meal offer, good value at €22, staff were very friendly and made changes to my order as I required. Worth a visit.

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Di Bella Restaurant (Lucan)
Griffeen Centre, West Dublin, Lucan, Dublin

Nice meal, great staff, worth a visit if you are nearby.

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Lemongrass (Citywest)
Citywest Golf Hotel, West Dublin, Saggart, Dublin

Really great Sunday lunch menu here today, 2 courses 18 euro, 3 courses 21 euro. The food and service was excellent. Friendly staff and fresh well presented food, a must return!

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Il Fico
Dublin Road, Naas, Kildare

A nice little restaurant in Naas, I have been here a few times for family occasions, mainly because they are good at accomodating groups even if it is a small restaurant. Their Italian food is quite good and very reasonable. If any, the issues would be that it is a tight space so if you are seated at the outside of the table, you can feel like you are out in the main catwalk. Desserts weren't super but staff are lovely!

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New Maharajah
1 Belgard Square West, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Tallaght, (next to The Square Shopping Centre Luas station), Tallaght, Dublin

The food is great here but I ordered take away from The New Maharajah in Tallaght, they got my order completely wrong in both starter and main course. I wrote to complain, was told they would be back to me, no reply, I wrote again and they have not responded, very disapointed with their lack of care.

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Brasserie Sixty6
66/67 Great South Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

A few of us ate here last night, the restaurant was packed, testimony to the good food and friendly staff in Brasserie Sixty 6. The menu has something for everyone and there is an option of choosing from a three course menu for 33 euro. A surprisingly good vegetarian menu was also welcome at our table. The only fault would be that the staff tend to clear plates before everyone has finished eating but apart from that, we all agreed that we would visit again.

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Restaurant FortyOne
Residence, 41 St. Stephen´s Green, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

Myself and my partner booked Restaurant Forty One for a pre theatre menu before a theatre visit. Obviously this was an early booking but we didn't expect to find a table with children seated in the same room as us, not that we don't like children but they were a little noisy. The staff kindly moved us another table in a quiet and beautiful Georgian room and one with a view out onto St.Stephen's Green. A basket of bread was offered as we prepared to order, great breads too. As a vegetarian, I really dislike going for dinner when the offering is something I could cook at home, in this case I was not disappointed, I was offered four really nice options. For a starter we both had a really interesting aged cheese and vegetable dish, it was vegetables topped with a cheese foam and a crumble topping, I can't remember how it was described but the flavours were great together. A good selection of wines and price ranges. Main courses, we had venison and a shallot tarte tatin, both delicious. A side of potatoes was also served to ensure we didn't leave hungry. Desserts ranged from apple tarte tatin to a chololate delice and a cheeseboard. We ordered the chocolate and an ice cream selection both were great and really nicely presented. Coffee was wonderful, crema intact! Overall, a great experience and good value too.

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ely winebar
22 Ely Place, (Just off St. Stephen’s Green), Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Four of us had the Early Bird here this evening, at 19.95 for 2 courses, 25.00 for 3 courses. Food was great, lovely candle lit atmosphere, service was really good - a very genuine and helpful waiter, think he was eastern European, he went out of his way to please us. The salad was ordered for starters, really fresh, lovely ingredients, plenty of it. Steaks as main courses, all cooked to perfection for everyone. Desserts were great (if not a little small), chocolate and caramel tart, eton mess, ice cream, coffee was super. Wine fab, a little pricey but it is a wine bar and it was excellent! All in all a great experience and total 160.00 including a pretty decent tip.

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Lemongrass (Liffey Valley)
Arc Bar, Liffey Valley Centre, West Dublin, Lucan, Dublin

We visited here on Saturday night being big fans of Lemongrass Restaurants and just wanting a quick but wholesome dinner before the movies. We didn't have a reservation but we were welcomed and seated in a seat of our choice. The place was busy. All the staff were very attentive but especially our waitress, she was so tuned in and professional. Our food came in double quick time. We had a Nasi Goreng (always delicious in Lemongrass!) and a veggie stir fry with tofu, delicious also. For the two mains and a caraf of wine and tip, the bill came to 50 euro.

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MondeGreen Eaterie @ The Terenure Inn
94-96 Terenure Road North, Terenure, Dublin

A few of us decided to have dinner here last night so we reserved a table and came early for the Early Bird. We waited to be seated for more than 5 minutes, we were seen but ignored from what I could gather - maybe you are supposed to seat yourself..it is a pub, not a restaurant so maybe that was our fault. We were given Early Bird menus which is fine, we had planned on eating from them. The variety on the menu was quite good for meat eaters and very good value at 2 courses 13.95, 3 courses 17.95. The group mainly ordered battered cod and chips which were good, the vegetarian meal was either penne with tomato sauce, Why would anyone choose something they can have at home? The other choice was more interesting and really tasty, a mille feuille of roasted veggies and halloumi cheese - they were all layered and baked, no pastry. Dessert choices ranged from rasberry roulade, apple crumble, chocolate brownie, Bailey's cheesecake and ice cream selection. We went with brownies and ice creams. Brownie was adequate, ice cream, not great. Coffees were good. We asked for the bill and noticed that we were charged full price, not Early Bird prices so we queried it. We were told that we should have said that we were ordering the Early Bird and that for future notice we should know that...? We ordered from Early Bird menus, does anyone want to pay the full price when ordering from an Early Bird? They did reduce the bill to EB but it left a sour taste and felt a little like bold children!

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Thornton's Restaurant
1st, The Fitzwilliam Hotel, 128 St Stephen's Green, City Centre South, Dublin

Had a lovely lunch here during the week with some friends. There is a 3 course lunch special for €25, very reasonable and they have a seperate vegetarian menu. A great basket of breads is brought to keep you going before your starter arrives and the staff return throughout the meal to offer bread - the portions are small so you do need it! Starters and main courses were great, excellent flavours in dainty bites and presentation was special. The ceremony of this place is part of the pleasure!

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The Cellar Restaurant
The Merrion Hotel, Upper Merrion Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Nice restaurant, lovely hotel, nice staff but a real lack of imagination when it comes to vegetarian dishes. I was offered a starter as a main course and it came as the same size as the starter, I know as my partner had it to start. I was given other choices: risotto, aubergine stack or cannelloni - nothing I haven't made myself so I settled for the goat cheese on a bit of pastry (galette).His main course selection was a rib eye steak served with fries, portobello mushrooms and greens, he said it was excellent. We choose ice cream for dessert as nothing else appealed, I could tell the brand of ice cream so it was a bit of a let down, I would have hoped that this calibre of hotel would have home made ice cream. 1 coffee, a bottle of wine later, it was less than €100 for the two of us.

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L Mulligan Grocer
18 Stoneybatter, Stoneybatter, Dublin

What a pleasant spot to eat in an atmospheric Stoneybatter. This place seems to have carved a spot out with it's fantastic service, the quirky extras. Basically Mulligans is a traditional pub but it seems that they have great ideas about food, service and beer.Myself and three friends went there for a bite to eat and were very surprised at the range of food on the menu and the quirky extras that we were treated to. For starters we had vegetarian scotch eggs, served with some greens and mustard mayo and salsa, really tasty and at €5 each they were good value. Mains: chicken stuffed with black pudding and steaks, generous portions and served with fries or mash. Desserts were good too. When we got the bill we also seemed to get what used to be called 10p bags. An egg timer was served up with the filter coffee so you knew when to push down the plunger! Bill comes in an old geometry set metal box - really nice attention to detail.

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Anvil Bistro Restaurant
Saggart Village, Dublin 22, Saggart, Dublin

We have been looking forward to trying the Anvil in it's new location and it is very cosy and spacious inside. We didn't have starters just mains and desserts. My guest had steak and I had the vegetarian curry - there isn't a great choice for vegetarians. The curry was nice, plenty of fresh vegetables and basmati rice, the naan seemed to be from a packet. The steak was very good. We had banoffi and ice cream for dessert, the menu mentioned that the ice cream was Movenpick, my favourite but I don't think it was. The curry was €16.50, a little pricey. The steak €27. It would be great if the menu changed regularily. Staff were lovely, really welcoming and friendly.

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Noble House - Malahide Rd
Northern Cross, Malahide Road, Malahide, Dublin

Really poor selection for a restaurant that calls itself chinese and thai. A really boring menu and way over priced, rice etc. is not included with your main meal and fried rice is charged at €3.50 for a small bowl. Desserts proved better then main courses. Staff were obliging and friendly though. I won't be back, the local take away is as good and cheaper.

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Ristorante Rinuccini Restaurant
No 1 The Parade, Kilkenny City, Kilkenny

What a wonderful restaurant this is! Situated opposite St.John's Castle in Kilkenny so you can't miss it. It is a genuine Italian restaurant, the staff are very friendly and accomodating. We ate there on a Saturday afternoon and by 5.45pm the place was heaving - they do a great Early Bird 2courses €23, 3 courses €26.85. They have also passed on the VAT reduction. So...the food..starters: pate with bread, lobster bisque, antipasta plates,all were very good.Mains: haddock with spinach, irish pork, these were served with italian sauted potatoes and vegetables. Vegetarian rigatoni was very good but sadly no accompanying vegetables. Desserts: Italian ice cream, chocolate mousse, fresh rasberries with a sabayon. Coffee was great also. A must if in Kilkenny!

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

You just can't fault this place! Fresh, healthy and tasty food, really good size portions, value for money and really great staff. A few of us went here last night for a bite to eat, we just wanted something light. We ordered a mix of salads and extra portions from the menu, the staff had no problem with us doing this even though the place was busy. The food is a magical combination of flavours, really well presented and you leave feeling like you have done your body good! Looking forward to my next visit!

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Bijou Bistro & Wine
46/47 Highfield Road, Dublin 6, Rathgar, Dublin

Myself and my friend visited here last night, we were just looking for somewhere to have a snack and a chat. We had just been refused entry to a not so busy cafe/bistro in Terenure as they were 'only serving dinner'. Bijou welcomed us in to their downstairs 'Bistro' area, we didn't have a reservation. We ordered a starter of Goats Cheese Mousse and a mixed veggie salad, both were good, the mixed salad had plenty of vegetables and olives and we were only charged €3.95 for it. We asked for some bread and received a plentyful plate of lovely brown bread. We had a nice white chocolate mousse, glass of white wine and tea and coffee. the bill was only €30. Waitress was lovely, atmosphere was good and Bijou was warm and welcoming.

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Chameleon Restaurant
1 Lower Fownes Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Very disappointed in this place having been excited to come here for many years. The way it works here is that you order what is called a Tafel. It is a selection of different foods, there is a meat option, veggie option and fish option and there are several dishes with each tafel. We ordered one veggie and one fish tafel each. The veggie one on paper read really well, Tempeh, Spring rolls, a red curry, noodles etc. but it just was not tasty. The fish tafel was not much better. We didn't stay for dessert. Service was bad also, left waiting at the counter for 10mins whilst staff decided where to seat us.

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Rasam
18-19 Glasthule Road, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

We visited on a Saturday night, three of us. We ordered one vegetarian thali, one chicken korma, one chicken tikka, rice naan and two desserts, teas and coffees. The food was average, I have had better from my local take away. The korma / tikka were lacking chicken and just a lot of sauce. Staff were pleasant but had to be called each time we wished to order. Good atmosphere though and very busy.

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The Avon BAR
The Avon, Burgage, Blessington, Blessington, Wicklow

We ate here Saturday night. One of the best things about this restaurant is the view over Blessington Lakes. The food was good and great value at €24.95 for two courses, €29.95 for three courses, including amuse bouche, bread, sorbet between courses. A good variety of options for meat eaters only one pasta choice for vegetarians. Vegetables are provided with your meal for no extra charge. For starter we had tempura prawns which were pleasant. Mains, Sea Bass - huge portion, served on risotto and with a side of vegetables. The other main course was a vegetarian canneloni, it was okay - a very large portion, too large but the sauce was very good as were the mushrooms it was served with. A side salad came too. Ice cream for dessert, there was a good selection of other desserts to choose from. Coffee was really good. Two glasses of wine and the bill was a little over €60 - not bad for all of that!

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Brambles Café Bistro
102-104 Terenure Road North, Terenure, Dublin

I have been here twice in the last week. We called unexpectantly on Saturday evening but we were early and the staff welcomed up without asking what time we would leave at. The early bird is not available on Saturdays. We had main courses and desserts. A fish and chips with pureed peas and a mushroom, brie and spinach strudel and then berry cheescake and an ice cream pie, yum, yum. Decent portions, great food, lovely staff and very atmospheric. A glass of wine and two coffees and the bill was €55!

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Mussoorie Restaurant
Above Lakes Pub, Main Street, Blessington, Wicklow

Like Keoghped, we just had a really bad experience with take away from Mussorie. We have eaten here before and the food is great but we have also ordered food for collection several times and without fail, the food is NEVER ready when we go to collect it. This evening we called them at 7.13 to order food for collection, we were told 30 minutes. We arrived at 7.50 and were told, just a few more minutes........at 8.09 we got our food - almost an hour after we rang it in, so there was no point in ordering by phone at all. The young girl behind the counter didn't know how to handle all the customers that were also waiting for their take aways and even got a very angry customer phone in whilst we waited. I won't be going back here unless they sort this out and get enough staff to handle busy evenings.

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Canal Cafe
Lyons Road, Celbridge, Kildare, Celbridge, Kildare

A great location for a Sunday afternoon walk and lunch. The only problem is that you can only book the Canal cafe for parties of 6 or more and the main building / restaurant doesn't provide light lunches. There were more than 6 of us so we had to go for a walk whilst waiting on a table to be free'd up. When we did get sitting down and after quite a wait, the food was very good, we had pizzas, a chicken curry, burger, cottage pie, club sandwich etc. Coffees were great also, desserts weren't very impressive for a cookery school. Overall, a nice experience, staff were helpful and friendly considering how busy they were.

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BD Spice
Eden House (Above Eden House Pub), Grange Road, South Dublin, Rathfarnham, Dublin

We ordered a take away from this restaurant last weekend. A korma dish two vegetarian meals and a lamb rogan josh with rice and naan breads. In general the food was good, very tasty and with freshly prepared vegetables, many take aways seem to use the pre prepared variety these days. The korma was lacking in flavour and one of the vegetarian dishes was ordered 'without cream' but came with plenty of cream in it. It was reasonable value at €53.

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Vie de Chateaux
The Harbour, Naas, Kildare

Myself and my partner had an anniversary meal here this evening. We have eaten here before and the food is always really good. Tonight my partner had a Dublin Bay Prawn starter, not cheap at €14.50 but delicious. Bread and olives were brought to the table in advance of our meal. There is a choice of a 'bistro' 3 course meal at €29.00 or 'gourmet' at €36.00, courses are also priced individually so there is no pressure to eat all courses! We ordered rib eye steak as one main course, it was served with french fries and some salad. The steak was good. The other main we ordered was one of two vegetarian options - breaded vegetables with a blue cheese sauce, nicely presented but more like a canapé than a main course. Desserts and coffee were very good as was the caraf of wine. Staff were very attentive and friendly. Bill came to just over €90 without tip. Great restaurant, good selection of meat and fish - just make a better choice of vegetarian meal than we did!

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Wicklow Heather
Laragh, Glendalough, Wicklow

We visited this restaurant on the 30th of December, it was so cosy, the staff were very pleasant and the food was excellent. They have a very good value menu, if I remember correctly it was €25 for two courses and €30 for three. There were 6 people in our party and some had two, some had three courses, inlcuding a baked cheese starter and haddock for mains (huge portion!), vegetables and potatoes were also included. Plenty of choice for vegetarians also. Desserts were fantastic, creme brulee, ice cream, chocolate brownie and the coffee is really good also. The manager also offered us a free shot of Baileys.We paid about €30 per head, great value including two bottles of wine.

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Murphys Ice Cream Wicklow Street
27 Wicklow Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Murphy's, always great ice cream, honeycomb, chocolate brownie, chocolate, yum, yum. The ice cream could do with bigger lumps of the featured ingredients though. Coffee wasn't great and the place could be cosier.

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Pasta Fresca
2-4 Chatham Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Poor service, we were left waiting for over an hour for our main courses. The food was nothing special and the staff although they apologised seemed to be a bit fake about it. Another table beside us was also forgotten, they never got their desserts. We were charged €4 for some extra broccoli and we only requested it as our pasta dish that was supposed to have broccoli had 4 small pieces in it. Meatballs and pasta was 4 small meatballs...This is why I don't like eating out in town, poor service, high prices.

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Wineport Lodge
Glasson, Glasson, Westmeath

A fantastic meal had by our party of 4 on Saturday night in the Wineport Lodge. We were welcomed at the door and our coats taken, we sat at a very comfortable table in an atmospheric and nicely lit room. The music was a little strange, rock and pop, I would have expected something more relaxing. Bread was brought to the table, not a large amount but it was homemade and very nice. An amuse bouche - soup was really lovely and as one of our party was having soup as his starter he was kindly offered a different amuse bouche. All starters were great, really nicely presented and good size portions - salad, soup, ribs and chicken. Main courses were reasonably sized and the combinations of flavours were really well thought out. A side of potatoes was brought for the table also. The menu offered a vegetarian selection and my choice was imaginative and really tasty - Aubergine Snitzel with Haloumi cheese, capers and salad. The others had sea bass, chicken and steak, all were delicious. Desserts were not as spectacular as the rest of the food, these included the chocolate plate and ice cream. Staff were very pleasant, sometimes overly so. All in all it was a great meal, a very relaxing experience and note to all - they provide a complimentary taxi service to partrons in the Athlone area - added value - I'll be dreaming of my next visit!

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Kinara Restaurant
318 Clontarf Road, North Co. Dublin , Clontarf, Dublin

5 of us just had dinner in Kinara this evening. We went for the early bird, it is incredibly good value - the menu reads of 3 courses, starters included a chicken dish, a fish dish and potatoe pakoras, we tried them all and they were good. Poppudoms were brought with dips before starters, nice touch considering we had ordered from the Early Bird. Main course choices included a beef type curry, a chicken korma and a fish curry, there was no vegetarian option but there were plenty on the main menu. Main courses came served with pilau rice and naan bread and were all pleasant. We also had two beers, teas and coffees and ice cream came with the Early Bird and it was delicious it had carmelised nuts through it. The staff were all very pleasant and when the bill came we were all shocked, €126 - a steal - no wonder the place was packed! Well done Kinara!

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Relish
5 Bayview, Bettystown, Meath

Myself and a number of friends visited Relish at the weekend, there were two young children with us. This restaurant is very adult and child friendly as there is an outside area out the back that allows the children to blow off steam whilst their parents can watch over them. The food and staff were also very good. Our party had starters of crab claws, deep fried courgette flowers, goats cheese salad and all were great. Main courses were also very good, portions were a good size and nice variety, fish and chips, lamb (huge portion and very good), vegetarian stir fry was not very tasty. Desserts were the highlight, we had key Lime pie, Galaxy Cheesecake, Carrot Cake and Chocolate brownie and they were all excellent, freshly made and delicious. If I lived in Bettystown this place would be my 'local'!

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The Brown Bear
Two Mile House, Naas, Kildare

A group of us visited The Brown Bear for a family lunch on a Sunday. It is situated in a lovely location and is a relaxed restaurant in a location not too far from Naas town. The food was delicious, they have a Sunday lunch menu that offers two course for €22 and there is a three course option also. A basket of fresh warm, home baked bread was brought to the table whilst we looked at the menus. The menu was small but with a good selection. To start, some of our party had the goats cheese and beetroot salad, it was small but delicious, the soup was very ceremoniously poured at the table and the basket of bread was freshly baked and plentyful. For main courses our unadventurous group had steaks, they were great as were the side dishes, potatoes come with the meal but side portions of vegetables are an extra €3.00. Desserts were good, selection of ice cream and sorbets, Eton Mess, Creme Brulee, flourless chocolate cake. Coffee was very good and the additional touches of sugar brought in a little jar and milk served in a bottle all added to the experience. This place is well worth a visit.

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The Ballymore Inn
Main Street, Ballymore Eustace, Kildare

This is still my favourite restaurant, the service is the reason I return and everytime the staff seem to be just ahead of me when I need something. Today we decided to go for their much price reduced set evening menu, two courses for €28, my husband went with the cod on a fennel stirfry and I was offered an extensive menu as I didn't wish to have the risotto on the set menu. I had a goats cheese omelette that was really good although it needed a side salad as it was just an omelette on a plate! They always bring a badket of homemade bread with their great dip to start. Desserts are always great, we had their wonderful homemade ice cream and New York Cheesecake. The wine list is good also although expensive for the times we are in. Staff are friendly, courteous and go out of their way to ensure you have everything when you need it. With sides, wine and charged for two set menus (even though I didn't select from the set menu) the total was €94 - a treat - so it was worth it.

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Moloughney's Clontarf
9 Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin

Three of us visited Moloughney's on Saturday evening, we went for the early bird which is very good value, 2 courses for €17.95 and 3 courses for €21.95. The early brid had a reasonable selection but we ended up choosing from the A La Carte as it really wasn't much more expensive. We had a vegetarian curry - okay, nothing to shout about, it was served with rice, one person had the monkfish (€24.95) but a good size and served with mash, the other person had the sticky chicken, it was a large crown of chicken (she couldn't finish it!) and served with saffron rice, carrot & mint salad & raita. Desserts were great & really well presented, the cheesecake is to die for - unbaked creamy piece of heaven. Ice cream is wonderful and apple crumble with custard in a wee jug and a portion of ice cream, all very reasonable at €6. Three people, two courses each, 2 beers and teas and coffees €91. Staff were really friendly - I'd go back!

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Indian Brasserie
Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham Village, Rathfarnham, Dublin

The Indian Brasserie has been around for a long time and it is still as welcoming and pleasant as it has always been. The buffet seems to be good value if you are hungry at €25 for all you can eat. We decided to opt for the A La Carte menu as we only wanted main courses. Staff were very obliging and offered to make anything you would like! Had a wonderful veggie curry with paneer and my partner had a chicken korma, both were great. They offered free cocktails as a Valentine's treat, they also gave free homemade petit fours to finish as well as the free poppudums and dips to start. Great value with a 50ml bottle of wine with two mains and all the trimmings at €45...

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Siam Thai (Dundrum)
Dundrum Town Centre, South Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin

I really enjoy the food here, it is always great, however, the location seems to dictate a fast turnover of tables and I have rarely visited without being told that my table is needed back at a certain time. Staff are very friendly and obliging though.

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The Port House
64a South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Great restaurant and very atmospheric as it is 'dining by candle light'! Had a wonderful selection of Tapas with a Spanish friend who was very impressed. Good selection of vegetarian tapas also. They could do with a bit of work on the dessert menu - not enough choice. Will be back as it is great value!

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Lemongrass (Citywest)
Citywest Golf Hotel, West Dublin, Saggart, Dublin

Lemongrass is back open in Citywest again, thank goodness. The Nasi Goreng was missed as was the wonderful Movenpick ice cream. The staff are very helpful and they do take away also! They just need to come up with some recessionary offers and I won't be cooking anymore!

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Hoky Poky Coffee Shop
Charlotte Mall, Charlotte Street, Newbridge, Kildare

Great salads and dessert but a little overpriced, still it is the best or only place to get decent food in Newbridge.

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Cape Greko (Malahide)
Unit 1 First Floor, New Street, Malahide, Malahide, Dublin

Fantastic food, something for everyone and plenty of it. Staff were helpful and great value for money.

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Bodhi Tree - CLOSED
Main Street, Blessington, Wicklow

I ordered a take away for collection here, the staff were really great. I asked for a change to be made to a paneer dish that was on the menu and before I new what happened I was speaking with the chef! He asked me what I would like, I explained that I wanted a tomato based dish and he said no problem. It is also possible to get 'side' portion sizes of certain dishes so it makes it better value if you like to try a few things. Great selection of vegetarian options.The food is really fresh, large portions and delicious.They also threw in two bottles of Budweiser for free. I would encourage all to visit, the restaurant looks cozy also.

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Ananda
Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14, Dundrum, Dublin

Ate here tonight, food was okay. Felt a little rushed the staff were around all the time.

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