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Musashi Noodles and Sushi Bar restaurant

15 Capel Street, Dublin 1 , City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code:

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62 reviews

Reviewed 20th December 2014 ( visited 19th December 2014 )

Always a good choice for Japanese food Musashi is usually packed. The food is heavenly. Both the sushi and and the mains are amongst the best Japanese fare in Dublin both in freshness and taste. The restaurant is on the small side so it is usually very relaxed unless there is a big group (which was expected as it is close to Christmas). The service is excellent as well, both prompt and friendly.
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Musashi Noodles and Sushi Bar restaurant

15 Capel Street, Dublin 1 , City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Sushi

Price Range:

Great
62 reviews

Reviewed 20th December 2014 ( visited 19th December 2014 )

Always a good choice for Japanese food Musashi is usually packed. The food is heavenly. Both the sushi and and the mains are amongst the best Japanese fare in Dublin both in freshness and taste. The restaurant is on the small side so it is usually very relaxed unless there is a big group (which was expected as it is close to Christmas). The service is excellent as well, both prompt and friendly.
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Dkaka Tandoori Restaurant (Castlebar)
Tucker Street, Castlebar, Mayo

The Indian restaurant with the nicest food we have ever been to. We ordered a few different starters and mains and every one of them was cooked to perfection. The restaurant looks relatively nondescript from the outside but we are more than glad that we went in. One big advantage as well is that it is open in the late evenings when most restaurants in Castlebar have already closed (especially during the week).

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Milano (Cork)
8 Oliver Plunkett st, Cork City, Cork

Milano came to the rescue after a concert we attended ran late and we ended up in town starving at 11.30pm. I was hesitant at first as I had had bad experiences with 2 Milanos in other cities but since we had no choice we went in and did not regret it. The service was absolutely flawless, friendly and attentive without being fake, intrusive or pushy. Even when we were the only customers left and it was clear that the staff were ready to go home whenever we finished our meal they made us feel like we had all the time in the world. Contrary to my prior experiences at the other Milanos the food was top-notch and represented the real Italian food they advertise. Very nice meal indeed.

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The Waterside (Schull)
Main Street, Schull, Cork

We ended up at the Waterside when looking for somewhere to eat other than a pub at 4pm on a Sunday afternoon. At first the restaurant looked a little abandoned. We were the only customers for the entire meal but it soon turned out that it must've been due to the hour of the day because the food was all we could've wished for - big portions and the kind of tasty that only home-cooked food would be. The staff seemed quite shy for somebody working in a restaurant but were very friendly.

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Kostas Greek Restaurant
69 Dame Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Having walked past Beirut Express a hundred times we decided to give it a try. The food was delicious (we had the Baba Ghanoush and Batata Harra as starters, Mousakat Batinjan and Dijaj Manssaf as mains). I found it a little bit crammed even though the tables are not exactly on top of each other. The service was mostly timely but while 2 of the waiting staff seemed very happy one of our waitresses looked as if she had no enthusiasm for the job at all which to me always takes away from the experience.

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Sligo Park Hotel
Pearse Road, Sligo Town, Sligo

There is no restaurant as such in the hotel but rather a quite large bar area with some comfortable booths or tables in the centre of the floor. The food is pub grub but as such very nice. I had the chicken goujons and fries which were amongst the nicest ones I have had. Guests that joined me had the soup and Caesar Salad and were very happy with those as well. The service is very friendly but on occasion seemed a little bit uncoordinated (several waiters almost literally falling over each other) which may have been because the place was only not very busy when I was there. On previous occasions there was live music which was on the loud side but thankfully there was none this time which made it very relaxed to eat there.

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Pier Head Hotel
Main Street, Mullaghmore, Sligo Town, Sligo

We had lunch as a large group at the Pier Head Hotel. We had prebooked and the staff had set up the breakfast room of the hotel for us (rather than seat us in the bar area). The food was nice and the service very effective and friendly but what really made the lunch was the breathtaking views from the room over the bay all the way to Donegal. We were delighted with that thoughtfulness by the staff as we had visitors from different countries who felt they got the best of the lavish beauty of the country in comfort.

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Pepper Alley
3 Rockwood Parade, Sligo Town, Sligo

We went to Pepper Alley as it was one of only two places open on the Sunday morning that we were looking for breakfast. The food was nice but not outstanding. The service at the food bar was prompt but since we were the first customers that was expected. Once we had received our food the staff kept chatting and we felt a little bit like we were disturbing their relaxed morning just by being there. Everybody arriving after us seemed to be local and it was nice to hear the staff greet people by name. The place is a bit too big to feel cosy or really comfortable but it certainly served its purpose for having breakfast when most places were not even open yet.

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Zakura Noodle & Sushi
13 Wexford St, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

As usual all tables were booked which makes it a tad too noisy. The food was beautiful though (also as usual). We had the epi tempura, pork gyoza, itame ramen and sushi platter and all were absolutely delicious. Service was very attentive despite it being so busy.

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Taste of Brazil, Cozinha Brasileira
32 Parliament St, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

We were a group of 8 dining at Taste of Brazil. The food was nice even though some of the choices were a bit plain (we would definitely recommend the cheese and chicken croquettes). For us the meal portions were perfect but we felt that somebody with a bigger appetite might be left hungry. Service was good once we had the very helpful and friendly waiter's attention but there were several occasions where we had to try actively to get his attention despite sitting right next to the counter. The prices are reasonably good for the city centre location (especially the set menu) and the staff are more than happy to advise on and recommend the Brazilian specialties.

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Hailan Japanese
2 Main Street, Maher's Terrace, South Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin

We were in Dundrum for an event and thought we'd try out Hailan Japanese. The decor is simple but cosy (there is a lot of wood). We live on the other side of town, have tried most of the Japanese restaurants closer to us and were very positively surprised at the quality of the sushi. The norimakis and nigiris were picture perfect and the teriyaki sauce on the tofu steak was the perfect balance of sweet and savoury. We also took it as a good sign that everybody in the restaurant apart from us was Asian. While the restaurant is only 2 minutes walk from the Luas and bus stops (so reasonably accessible) it is a pity that it is not closer to town.

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Rolys Bistro
7 Ballsbridge Terrace, Dublin, Ballsbridge, Dublin

I had heard a lot about Roly's Bistro and jumped at the chance to try it out when a friend suggested it for dinner. It is not too big and enjoyably quiet (possibly because of the clientele who are mainly professionals). The food in general is an absolute winner but the cheesecake in particular was the best dessert I have had in years (if not ever). Service was friendly and efficient without being forced. While it is on the main road through Ballsbridge and near the Dart and easily enough to get to it is still just a little bit too far from town just for dinner but I will certainly try and get back for another meal.

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Fade Street Social - The GastroBar
4-6 Fade Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

We went with a group of 12 and naturally tried a lot of different dishes between us. The food was mostly very tasty (the bread was a bit bland and the potatoes were more like chunky fries than potatoes) but for the price tag that came with them a lot of the meals were tiny. But then you pay for the name as is the case in most places. The gastrobar is quite small and when it is full (which I assume is most of the time) it gets quite noisy. The restaurant might have been a better choice there. The service was faultless though. The service staff seemed to be able to sense when we needed something else, were looking to get rid of some plates on a very full table etc. without intruding otherwise. The tables are booked for specific, timed seatings but for those looking to stay there is a bar upstairs.

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Mao Restaurant (Chatham Row)
2-3 Chatham Row, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Food in general was nice but nothing out of the ordinary. Service was quite good but suffered when it got busier. Good location and reasonable prices for the location.

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Musashi Noodles and Sushi Bar
15 Capel Street, Dublin 1 , City Centre North, Dublin

Always a good choice for Japanese food Musashi is usually packed. The food is heavenly. Both the sushi and and the mains are amongst the best Japanese fare in Dublin both in freshness and taste. The restaurant is on the small side so it is usually very relaxed unless there is a big group (which was expected as it is close to Christmas). The service is excellent as well, both prompt and friendly.

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Canters Tandoori
9 Fairview Strand, Fairview, Dublin

We went to Canters Tandoori for a birthday meal and everybody was really happy with the food. "the best Tikka Masala I have ever eaten" and "the lamb is cooked absolutely beautifully" were only 2 of the positive comments that came up. The restaurant is on the small side which makes it easy to relax and the atmosphere in general is nice with soft lighting and music playing quietly in the background.

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

As the brasserie is located on St Great Georges Street it was quite busy even though it was early evening when we arrived. Despite that it did not seem noisy or crowded. The food was very tasty, cooked to perfection. The sausages&mash; were a huge portion while the salmon could have done with more potato&veg; (probably would have been too little for somebody more hungry than myself). We had little time for dinner so only had the main but with regards to prices the set menus definitely seem a better deal. Service was excellent, friendly without being fake.

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Little Caesars Pizza (City Centre)
5 Balfe Street, Near Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Little Caesars is a regular for our ladies' night out. The combination of central location, lovely food, scrumptious desserts and decent prices makes it the perfect base to meet with 4 of us coming from different parts of the city. The service is usually good but not perfect (table wasn't cleared for ages after we had finished eating even though we had no space on the table at all anymore). Special requests for food are always accommodated and we have yet to find something on the menu that is not delicious. The only objection is that tables are quite close together so with the waiters weaving through with the plates and the restaurant usually quite full it can get just a bit claustrophobic/noisy.

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37 Dawson Street
37 Dawson Street, Dawson Street, Dublin

We went to 37 Dawson Street to celebrate a big birthday with some people. We went on a Saturday night so while it was at times unpleasantly noisy it was not unexpected. The service was friendly and prompt. The food was delicious, not too heavy and quite reasonable for a city centre location. The decor always allows for some entertainment and has a novelty factor.

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Boulevard Cafe
27 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

The food at Boulevard Cafe is nice and sufficient in size. On the Saturday night we went it was packed. There seemed to be enough staff but they stilled seemed stressed rather than just busy (also got 2 of the 3 drink orders wrong). Our table was next to the bar/kitchen area so we constantly had staff zooming past. Other than that it was an enjoyable dinner.

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Milano (Dawson Street)
38 Dawson Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

We went to Milano's on Dawson Street on a whim as it was the eatery closest to where we were at that time and we had limited time for a meal. It seems to be very popular with families (there were 2 tables set up with crayons and paper and the majority of people in the restaurant were parents with primarily small children). The music was too loud but we sat right in front of the speakers which probably made it worse. While the portions were generous the food is not worth highlighting (my partner had the lasagne which seemed to be nice enough, my pizza was rather bland). The service was efficient but rather perfunctory so all in all not a convincing visit.

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O'Neills Bar & Restaurant
Suffolk Street, City Centre South, Dublin

The food from the extensive menu at O'Neill's is always delicious and comes in generous portions. And especially for the city centre it is very reasonable. And while I would not necessarily go there by myself it is the perfect place for showing off a slice of Irish pub culture to visitors (in our case Canadian friends). There is usually live music upstairs which gives it a very lively atmosphere and the maze of little corners makes it homely and comfortable. It's usually very busy so arriving either early or very late is recommended.

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Davis's Restaurant @ The Yeats Tavern
Drumcliff, Sligo Town, Sligo

This place is known for its good food so during our last visit to Sligo we decided to check it out. We arrived without a reservation so had to wait a moment but were notified with a provided buzzer (so could go outside and enjoy the sun while waiting). The restaurant is relatively big and was jam-packed (not only tourists visiting Yeat's grave nearby but also plenty of locals). There were enough waiters though so orders were taken quickly after we had made our choice of food. It was a bit on the noisy side for me as the place is very airy with high ceilings. But the food was heaven. We had the lobster and the goat's cheese crusted chicken which were both divine. Probably not a restaurant I would go to on a regular basis but definitely deserves its reputation.

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Banyi Japanese Dining
4 Bedford Row, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Continuing our quest for Japanese fare we sought out this blink-and-you-will-miss-it place in Temple Bar. While a little more expensive than a lot of the other Japanese places in town that is hardly surprising given its location. The service was faultless. Attentive without being overbearing, the waiters seemed to anticipate our every wish. The food was delicious if not outstanding. Loved a touch of decoration I had not seen elsewhere when a rainbow roll arrived with a bowl of dried ice which was covering the dish in fake fog.

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Damascus Gate
10 Upper Camden Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

Went to this Lebanese restaurant for a dinner with friends. The food is lovely (and always has been). We were surprised how empty it was when we arrived (7.30pm on a Thursday) but it filled up later in the evening. Place seems very popular with Lebanese people, too, which is always a good sign. Good choice of different starters and mains and absolute must-have mezzas (mixed starters).

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Mexico to Rome
23 East Essex Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Mexico to Rome offer a good selection of meals (Mexican, Italian, Irish) which is handy for a meal with people that have different tastes. Location in Temple Bar is handy and service swift if a bit too impersonal. The food (Nachos and Garlic Bread as starters, Burrito and Fajita as mains) was delicious and arrived promptly.

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Little Caesars Pizza (City Centre)
5 Balfe Street, Near Westbury Hotel, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

The food is the best thing about Little Caesars. No matter what you order you can rest assured that it is made from fresh ingredients and is tasty. Have been here a few times and quality of food is consistent. Depending on where you sit it can feel cramped and dark but the food makes up for it.

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YO Sushi Clarendon St
Brown Thomas, Clarendon St, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

Usually Yo Sushi is a good bit more expensive than other Japanese restaurants but we decided to visit for a special offer. It was quite late and the choice of plates belt was limited. We did order some bits on the side and mentioned to leave full and happy anyway. Some of the food of the conveyor belt seemed like it had been going around for a bit but as the traditional sushi was very popular among guests all those were very fresh.

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Kokoro Sushi Bento
19 Lower Liffey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

This is a take-away sushi with 2 tables and some seats by the window. Not suitable for an extended meal or a dinner date but the Sushi is always worth its money. There are options for nigiri or platters of different sizes. Love to pop in and pick up things before going to the cinema or on the way home.

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Dashi Nihonshoku Deli
11 Cook Street,, Cork City, Cork

We were lucky that we were the first people into the restaurant as there are very few tables (there were a lot of take-away customers while we were there). The sushi is fresh and very palatable. We were not too keen on the miso soup though (we had both the vegetarian and regular one and both very unusually plain). Maybe not the best place for a romantic dinner but definitely worth going for the food.

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The Yacht (Clontarf)
73 Clontarf Road, Clontarf, Dublin

We ended up in the Yacht on the night of one of the World Cup Games. It was packed but with the number of waitresses in the place the service should still have been much better. Not only did most of them walk past us several times despite looking at the table with no food or drinks. We repeatedly tried to catch their attention which proved utterly unsuccessful until a friendly waitress who seemed to be doing 5 jobs simultaneously already looked after us. The food (chicken burger with sweet potato fries and the calamari plate) was delicious with the chicken being tender and the calamari delightfully more calamari than batter. Always recommended but maybe avoid days of big sports events.

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Ichiman Japanese & Thai Restaurant (Lower Liffey Street)
20 Lower Liffey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Went to the All-you-can-eat/Chinese Buffet side of the restaurant (not hte one for Japanese food). As usual there was a good choice of dishes incl desserts and surprisingly for the late time we arrived at there was plenty left in general (often there is a limited choice in the late evening). The decor does not invite you to stay and linger once you have eaten but given the type of place that is common. It is always handy when we are on a tight schedule.

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Ukiyo
7-9 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

When entering Ukiyo even though it looked cosy it struck as as a bar rather than a restaurant and that feeling persisted throughout the meal. The wooden tables are nice but a bit close together for our taste (it was difficult to pass them to sit down on the other side of the table). The service was effective but could have been a bit more welcoming/warm. The food was delicious, sushi/fish was very fresh. The portions are too small for the prices charged though. The Bento Boxes we ordered were almost twice the price of what we have paid in other places and did not even come with rice.

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Fujiyama
11/11a O'Connell St, (Above Peter Mark), City Centre North, Dublin

This new Japanese restaurant is well located next to the Spire. The food was nice, sushi was fresh and gyoza tasty. The staff were friendly but atmosphere was lacking a bit because it was quite empty. Water bottles which they were offering water from had slices of cucumber in it which made for a very unusual taste (like salad water).

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La Pizza
14/15 Upper O'Connell Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Went here with a friend as it was one of the few choices on O'Connell Street. The atmosphere has not changed over the years, the decor and how close the tables are to each other always feels like a fast-food Italian. We had bruschetta as a starter and were quite disappointed. The bread was nice but the pieces of tomato were quite watery and the basil was from a spice rack rather than fresh. I had the vegetable lasagne as a main. It was ok but nothing special. The fries that came with it were very nice though (not glistening in oil as in so many places and not too salty either). My friend had the soup with sandwich. The latter looked like it had been thrown together in a rush like running out the door at home in the morning. It is conveniently located and reasonable compared to the alternatives around it but not somewhere to go for a special meal.

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La Pizza
14/15 Upper O'Connell Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Went here with a friend as it was one of the few choices on O'Connell Street. The atmosphere has not changed over the years, the decor and how close the tables are to each other always feels like a fast-food Italian. We had bruschetta as a starter and were quite disappointed. The bread was nice but the pieces of tomato were quite watery and the basil was from a spice rack rather than fresh. I had the vegetable lasagne as a main. It was ok but nothing special. The fries that came with it were very nice though (not glistening in oil as in so many places and not too salty either). My friend had the soup with sandwich. The latter looked like it had been thrown together in a rush like running out the door at home in the morning. It is conveniently located and reasonable compared to the alternatives around it but not somewhere to go for a special meal.

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Golden Spice Indian Restaurant
15 Montague St, Dublin 2, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

We went to Golden Spice after making the mistake of trying to find a free restaurant on a sunny Thursday evening in Dublin. Golden Spice is nestled away in a side street and easily missed unless its location is known. We both had the butter chicken. While the sauce was a bit on the sweet side for me the chicken was lovely and moist and definitely one of the better ones I have had. The waiter was attentive without being annoying. For those with limited mobility - restaurant is on the first floor with no lift (my partner had an injured knee and very carefully navigated up the stairs).

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

We went to the Rustic Stone with a group of 20 people for a Christmas lunch. From the time of booking the staff were more than helpful. A member of the group had very restricted mobility so they agreed to move us upstairs rather than downstairs (the usual place for groups). On the day they provided nothing short of the perfect service. We did not wait for the food, the drinks arrived promptly and both were of superior quality. In addition the value was excellent. The Christmas menus were very affordable (especially compared to the laughable prices demanded by other much inferior restaurants) and we will definitely be back.

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

We went to Pasta Fresca with a group of 7 people. With 3 waiters and hardly any other guests around the service should have been a lot better. Like previous reviewer we had to ask for water several times. The food is absolutely overpriced especially considering that the portions are very small. I ordered one of the chicken main courses which came with a choice of wedges or salad. I chose the salad but when it arrived I thought they were joking as the piece of meat was tiny and the salad was hardly more than some green leaves and onion. While the food was nice enough it is definitely not a bit worth the through the roof prices).

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Dante (Dundrum)
Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14, Dundrum, Dublin

Dante's in Dundrum is located in the shopping centre, above the cinema. The food is nice and service was good. Due to the location next to the escalators we could not really shake the feeling that we were just having a quick snack rather than the full meal we were enjoying.

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Musashi Noodles and Sushi Bar
15 Capel Street, Dublin 1 , City Centre North, Dublin

A bit claustrophobic as it is usually very full. But very friendly and helpful staff and very good value for the excellent food.

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Ichiman Japanese & Thai Restaurant (Lower Liffey Street)
20 Lower Liffey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

We often go to Ten Thousand. It is excellent value and the food is of good quality as well. The Sushi is delicious and the Bento Boxes in themselves are more food than we usually intend to eat :-).

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

Have been here before and the food is still as lovely as ever. There was 5 of us so the only place to sit was in the middle. As Chez Max is very compact we were worried that our seats would mean that we would constantly have people running past us but since the restaurant was not full that was not the case. It was the birthday of one of the guest's who promptly got Happy Birthday sung to her in French.

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Gallahers Bistro
16A D'Olier Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

We went to Gallahers on a Wednesday evening. The bistro was reasonably full so we expected that service mightn't be as fast as at less busy times. What we did not expect was that it would take us over 20 minutes to get a waiter's attention to order in the first place and that we would end up waiting for our food for almost an hour. Even when we asked one of the staff after 45 mins it took another 15 mins for her to get back to us with what the problem was. As we had plans after dinner we ended up with no time to enjoy the food (which was ok but nothing special). And while it may happen that something goes wrong no explanation or apology of any kind was forthcoming from any of the staff. Even when we were trying to pay it was impossible to get anybody's attention. Neither at the table nor after we walked to the bar with the register did anybody even take note of us until we made it very clear that we were in a rush and needed to pay. While this may not be the case on a regular basis we will not be going back under any circumstances.

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The Market Bar
Fade Street, City Centre South, Dublin

The Market Bar is one of my favourite places for an evening out. Good food, fantastic atmosphere, super-comfy seats if you are lucky enough to get one of the high tables near the walls. The open kitchen makes for a great spot to watch and the waiters are always attentive. Do not arrive too late as it is usually very busy. However, the experience of a dinner there is well worth a wait if necessary. I love the potato cubes in tomato sauce even though they were a bit heavy on the garlic this time around. Other than eating I just love to sit there, to chat and watch people. I love the atmosphere during the time of the evening when the massive windows overhead still let in light even though the sun is setting already. Watch out for the wall-decoration of a different kind.

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Salamanca Fusion
38 - 40 Parliament Street, City Centre South, Dublin

I had passed this restaurant on a regular basis but had never gone in as tapas to me did not sound as if they were made for me (I usually eat a lot). A friend then invited me for her birthday which she was celebrating with dinner at Salamanca. And I was very surprised. We did not wait too long as we arrived relatively early. The waitress messed up 2 of our orders (probably as we were a rather big group) but was extremely friendly. But when we did receive all the food it easily made up for the little blunder. We all ordered different items and tasted each other's food. The aubergine with goat's cheese and the patatas bravas that I had were absolutely delicious and surprisingly filling enough. The house wine was nice and went well with the food. I will defintely go back.

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Yamamori Sushi, Tengu
38-39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

Yamamori is my favourite place to eat in Dublin. The food is fresh and simply delicious. There is great choice, no matter whether you are starving or just meeting up with friends for a bite to accompany a chat. The bento box is always a good choice but when I am really hungry I usually have one of the many norimaki/nigiris with one of the main courses. I love the teriyaki-dishes and the Ramens (which as soups do not sound as filling as they actually are). The desserts are unusual (green tea ice-cream and cheesecake) but nevertheless worth their money. The restaurant is usually packed but we still never feel jammed into the space as the atmosphere just works even with that amount of people.

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