Restaurant Reviews from Madge

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Last Visit: 14 October 2015

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Joels Restaurant

Newlands Cross, Naas Road, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 22

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Price Range:

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Reviewed 15th September 2014 ( visited 14th September 2014 )

Love Joels just find it a little pricey so don't go as often as I used to. Had a gorgeus King Prawn stir fry in ginger soy sauce and spring onion with wholegrain rice.The Roast Beef was fab too
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Joels Restaurant

Newlands Cross, Naas Road, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 22

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Cuisine:
European

Price Range:

Good
257 reviews

Reviewed 15th September 2014 ( visited 14th September 2014 )

Love Joels just find it a little pricey so don't go as often as I used to. Had a gorgeus King Prawn stir fry in ginger soy sauce and spring onion with wholegrain rice.The Roast Beef was fab too
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An Poitin Stil
Naas Road, Rathcoole, Dublin

Wasn't a pleasant experience with the Manager she was quite rude. It let down the whole place. Food was nice steak on the stone. We sent back a pint as it was flat and Manager came back said there's no way I'm giving the money back you should have said it earlier spending a lot of money and a genuine complaint it was handled disgracefully.

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Joels Restaurant
Newlands Cross, Naas Road, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin

Love Joels just find it a little pricey so don't go as often as I used to. Had a gorgeus King Prawn stir fry in ginger soy sauce and spring onion with wholegrain rice.The Roast Beef was fab too

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Kitchen
3 South Anne Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I agree with the comment food is good not outstanding still enjoyed it, no kids menu my daughter had spaghetti bolognaise which she enjoyed but obviously way too much as it was an adults portion, i had chicken vesuvio chicken stuffed with parma ham and basil with fab mushroom cream sauce worth a try ...reasonable price too €35 for two mains coke and glass of wine not bad

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Little Caesars of Rathfarnham
Rathfarnham Orchard, Butterfield Ave, South Dublin, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Went here for my mams 60th staff were friendly let us bring in a cake and balloons for table..we were shown to the table and had to ask for a menu was just a simple oversight but still..food was lovely my dad had a lovely beef starter cant remember the name of it, i had mozzarella fingers for starters they were ok, i had chicken alfredo for mains this was fab, beautiful sauce and plenty of mushrooms no complaints about the food

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The Village Inn (Clondalkin)
Clondalkin village, Dublin 22, Clondalkin, Dublin

The best pub grub around. A la carte menu in great surroundings. We eat here a lot on a saturday night. My husband always has the steak which is excellent. I have had a few different dishes King Prawn Curry and Home Made Burgers to name a couple there is a good selection of dishes, healthy options too. I would highly recommend as the waiting staff are also excellent, big screens and late bar.

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Luigi Malones Restaurant
5/6 Cecilia Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Food was ok, not that exciting not that bad. It was edible but not exciting. The waitress was friendly and courteous but only there when taking order or collecting dishes if you needed anything you would have a job calling someone. Kids menu good value but my son could not eat his burger as the two mini buns were hard. In fairness they took it off the bill without too much of a complaint. These things happen.

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The Market Bar
Fade Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Really loved the Market Bar. Food was so inexpensive and great quality. We had 3 dips and selection of bread. The dips were fab although the hoummous was not the best i have tasted. The mains were chicken and chorizo kebabs which were excellent and the feta and walnut/bacon salad was also to die for. We had a bottle of wine and the total came to €56 which was unreal considering the quality of the food. Oh and the waitress was excellent; we didnt have to look for her once as soon as the water was empty she spotted it and refilled.

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

Went here on Saturday, didn’t realise the Fine Gael Ard Fheis was on, there was no room to breath. Having said that the Bistro was fine it was hectic though. We both ordered steak t-bone and sirloin it was really lovely. The starters were bruschetta and garlic bread on huge homemade bread. Brushetta was ok it only had tomatoes and dressing no cheese. Garlic bread was nice. Would luv to go back when it wasn’t as mad with 6000 politician taking over the place!!!!

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Tree Top
Over Laurels Pub, Main Street, Dublin 22, Clondalkin, Dublin

Excellent food. The Treetop is on top of the Laurels pub it still feels like being in a pub but is more of a restaurant setting. I had filo prawns to start the accompanying salad was delicious with and excellent spicy slightly sweet dressing. My main was duck on a bed of noodles, which was equally tasty. The Treetop is steakhouse and my hubbie had an excellent fillet, very tasty on a bed of mash, it didn’t need the order of fries, which were included in the price, but we managed to eat them !!! Excellent friendly staff, we had to wait 40 mins for a table but didn’t mind as we could sit down and have a drink while we waited and were told we would be waiting..Will defo go again.

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Bia Bar
The Drury Court Hotel, Stephen Street Lower, City Centre South, Dublin

Went on a Friday at lunchtime and found it to be quiet and didn’t know why as the food was excellent. My friend had soup potato and spinach, which was very flavoursome, and plentiful, it was accompanied by excellent homemade tomato bread, which was so fresh and tasty. I had a Greek salad, which was of dinner size and had excellent feta cheese. As soon as we sat down we were given glasses of water, which was a nice touch as there has been so much controversy over pubs charging for water. Service was excellent with everything served speedily and with a smile. Well done Bia Bar I will defo be there again.

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Joels Restaurant
Newlands Cross, Naas Road, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin

Cheap and cheerful is the best way to describe Joel’s. Food will not disappoint but if you are looking for a night out in a classy restaurant this is not it. It is always packed mainly because of the lack of descent restaurants in the area. It is good for big crowds as it is a huge restaurant. The food is typical Irish restaurant easy dishes chicken stir-fry, steaks, chicken kiev etc. You can have all of this accompanied by frozen chips and dollops of coleslaw, mass produced it is like an army canteen but a bit more comfortable. Joel’s is a fast food restaurant with a bar, handy but not out of this world.

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Eddie Rockets (Liffey Valley)
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, West Dublin, Liffey Valley, Dublin

The aptly nicknamed "empty pockets" is still worth the price for what is burger and chips..I always get the chicken tenders mostly for the lovely dips, which accompany a Cajun dip and a fab garlic dip. They are one of the few places where you can get a blue cheese dip also. Their burger are great but must be chewed properly unless you want them lodged in your gut!! Wud always be my favourite out of the fast food outlets that end of Liffey Valley.

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Milano (Clarion Quay)
Unit 6, Excise Walk, Clarion Quay, Dublin 1, City Centre, IFSC, Dublin

Very predictable menu, bruschetta and pizza and pasta the usual types nothing out of the ordinary. Not very exciting flavours pizza arrived cold and hard to cut. Didn't complain, as we were too excited about heading the Point for George Michael. Restaurant looks lovely but is quite over rated.

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F.X. BUCKLEY Steakhouse Crow Street
2 Crow Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

I found this to be an excellent restaurant in an incredibly busy area unlike its neighbour Tante Zoes, FXB is a really chilled out place to eat on a Saturday night. There were two of us my husband had steak (as always) and I had duck it was both extremely tasty and there was plenty of it. The veg which accompanied was mouth watering and the entire atmosphere was excellent. Brilliant staff too have been recommending to everyone since I ate there.

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