Restaurant Reviews from NuttyNettie

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Last Visit: 06 September 2013

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The Old Orchard Inn restaurant

76 Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 14

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Reviewed 29th August 2013 ( visited 24th August 2013 )

Decided to try here due to excellent reviews on menu pages & we've just moved to the area. What a mistake, will not be returning for food. We ordered steak & chips thinking we couldn't really go wrong with that. How wrong we were. Chips were reheated, should have sent them back but everyone was complaining to waitress about food so didn't have the heart. Steak was awful, such a tough cut of meat & not a nice flavour. Meal cost 80 euro. Nicer food and better value to be got out there. Such a pity as pub is very popular, great atmosphere. Only positive, food was presented beautifully but wooden board it was served on not practical for cutting steak.
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The Old Orchard Inn restaurant

76 Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 14

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Cuisine:
BBQ

Price Range:

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64 reviews

Reviewed 29th August 2013 ( visited 24th August 2013 )

Decided to try here due to excellent reviews on menu pages & we've just moved to the area. What a mistake, will not be returning for food. We ordered steak & chips thinking we couldn't really go wrong with that. How wrong we were. Chips were reheated, should have sent them back but everyone was complaining to waitress about food so didn't have the heart. Steak was awful, such a tough cut of meat & not a nice flavour. Meal cost 80 euro. Nicer food and better value to be got out there. Such a pity as pub is very popular, great atmosphere. Only positive, food was presented beautifully but wooden board it was served on not practical for cutting steak.
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The Old Orchard Inn
76 Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Decided to try here due to excellent reviews on menu pages & we've just moved to the area. What a mistake, will not be returning for food. We ordered steak & chips thinking we couldn't really go wrong with that. How wrong we were. Chips were reheated, should have sent them back but everyone was complaining to waitress about food so didn't have the heart. Steak was awful, such a tough cut of meat & not a nice flavour. Meal cost 80 euro. Nicer food and better value to be got out there. Such a pity as pub is very popular, great atmosphere. Only positive, food was presented beautifully but wooden board it was served on not practical for cutting steak.

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The Old Orchard Inn
76 Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Decided to try here due to excellent reviews on menu pages & we've just moved to the area. What a mistake, will not be returning for food. We ordered steak & chips thinking we couldn't really go wrong with that. How wrong we were. Chips were reheated, should have sent them back but everyone was complaining to waitress about food so didn't have the heart. Steak was awful, such a tough cut of meat & not a nice flavour. Meal cost 80 euro. Nicer food and better value to be got out there. Such a pity as pub is very popular, great atmosphere. Only positive, food was presented beautifully but wooden board it was served on not practical for cutting steak.

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Alfies
10 South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Won't be returning to Alfie's! Had lunch here. Wasn't very hungry so opted for 1 course - soup, instead of 3 course lunch menu for 10 e. Waiter wasn't impressed & informed me that soup from A la Carte menu is 7.50!!!! He was rude & arrogant after that & quite frankly I'm appalled that this is the quality of service in some Irish restaurants. What must tourists think? Soup was fine but not worth 7.50, Flat diet coke for 3 e resulted in 11 euro for very mediocre lunch. Much better lunch deals out there & much tastier food. It's a shame as the atmosphere & decor are great here. Waiter could have suggested the 3 course lunch menu for 10 e, possibly with the option of taking away the main course to have later, it still would have worked out cheaper than what I got. Whole experience left a bad taste in my mouth. No excuse for poor & arrogannt service in this day & age.

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The Dining Room
35 Dawson Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Wouldn't recommend this restaurant. Much better competition & deals out there at mo. Service was fine but curt, 12.5% compulsory service charge is unacceptable. Considering mark-up they have on wine, the whole experience, I felt was rip-off. 3 bottles of wine cost 120 euro. We were party of 9 & ended up paying 70 euro each even though we ordered from 25 euro set menu & had 5 bottles of wine in total. We were at early sitting & were harassed all nite to have table back by 8.30 even though we left before that & the restaurant was relatively empty. Mains in 25 euro menu come without sides, portion of fries/potatoes cost 4.50 on top of set price. My food was o.k, nothing special. Chicken terrine to start ok, very coarse, found some rubbery bits in it. Had mushroom risotto for main - not great - mushrooms very rubbery & chewy, rice not cooked to high standard either. Chocolate pot for dessert very rich & heavy. Overall feeling of nite was one of dissapointment. Won't be going back here.

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Marina Inn
Strand Street, Dingle, Kerry

Delicious food & excellent atmosphere. Serve until 10 pm every nite & don't need to book in advance. Portions very big, hearty food. We alll got starters which were nice, some pricey enough. Smallish bowl of soup at at fiver is expensive but delicious. Mains good value ranging from 13 to 15, more for steak. This is pub grub at it's best. Excellent entertainment from about 9 which you can enjoy while eating. Fantastic singer played there nite we were there. Really enjoyable night had here. Will defo be back. Might give starters a miss next time. One of our party had chocolate biscuit cake for dessert which was divine. Might have main & dessert next time. Waitress was also fantastic & food served very promptly.

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Bistro Bianconi
The Italian Quarter, Tobergla Lane, Sligo Town, Sligo

Delicious pizza, not cheap but it's good so worth it. Also get lot of delicious toppings on pizza. We were here on a Bank Holiday Monday which we thought would be quiet. This place was hopping. Host didn't seem to know how to handle the queue however. Nobody seemed to know that there was a queue in operation firstly. Then all of us in the queue watched as the host picked people from the back of the queue & gave them a table!!! Some people left after this happened. Not a good first impression of a restaurant. When we did get our table we had a lovely bottle of wine, lovely food & great service from a very efficient waitress. Only real negatives were host & the toilets! I went to the toilet just before we left. I probably wouldn't have eaten there if I had to see the toilets first. They were absolutely disgusting. There was a big festival on in the town which just finished up the day before we arrived. I'm putting the state of the toilets down to that.

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Wrights Anglers Rest
Strawberry Beds, West Dublin, Dublin 20, Chapelizod, Dublin

Was here twice in last month. First time was weekday lunchtime, food was unbelievable. I had chicken caesar salad to start & cod & fish for main. Loved it, nicest food I'd eaten out in a while. As a result, went back last Bank Holiday Sunday in the evening. Had been dying to go back for delicious food & atmosphere. Disappointed with food. Shared caesar salad for starters which was good. Ordered cod & fish again but was horrified at what I got. Fish & chips tasted like they had been cooked earlier in the day & had been thrown into the microwave to be heated up. Fish was hot on outside & cold on inside & chips were tired & reheated. Service was excellent & atmosphere lovely, pity about the food second time around. Would go back but maybe just at lunch time as food probably cooked fresh then. This place has such potential. Lovely trad music in bar night we were there.

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Fat Freddys
The Halls, Quay Street, Galway City, Galway

Very expensive for quality of food you get. Was here on Sat nite of Arts Week & walked in at 8.30 without reservation. Waitress seemed disinterested. She forgot my starter until I brought it to her attention but as my main was just about to arrive I cancelled it. She wasn't overly apologetic. I had Quesidialla (?), it was edible but at nearly 15 euro should have been better. My partner had caesar salad to start but was just lettuce swimming in, albeit nice, salad dressing. No wine coolers here, wine is just left on table!! On request they will put it into their fridge inside if there's room. My partner had pizza which he said was alright. At 70 euro for 2 ok mains & 1 starter with bottle wine, prob wouldn't go back here. O.k experience.

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Cava Spanish Restaurant & Tapas Bar
51 Lower Dominick Street, Galway City, Galway

Here for lunch at end of Arts Festival & beginning of Race week. Had been trying to get in all weekend but was booked up every time. Disappointed with it, I have to admit. Love the interior & decor - very original & quirky. Shared meatballs & potatoes cooked with tomatoes & serrano ham. Meatballs were fine - 4 in a tomato sauce for nearly 8 euro, could have been cooked more as they were pink in the middle. Should have brought it to notice of staff but didn't. Potatoes were ok but extremely oily. Had lovely, non-alcoholic lime drink (4.55 euro!!!) & my partner had pommegranate drink which was lovely & expensive 2. Service was o.k. Were there at a bad time, just after 2 so prob just after lunch rush & prior to race night dinner madness. Very expensive. Bill was nearly 30 euro to share 2 small dishes. Might go back at evening time. Also pitcher of Sangria is 30 euro!! More expensive than Dublin tapas bars of the same standard.

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Park House Restaurant (Galway)
Park House Hotel & Restaurant, Forster Street, Eyre Square, Galway City, Galway

Very pleasant experience with some beautiful food. Excellent service. Food is quite heavy so more time needed between courses. Had Early Bird which was excellent at 35 euro for 3 courses plus tea/coffee. Choice very extensive on this menu. Had bottle house red which brought bill up to 100 euro for 2 of us including tip which was well worth it. I had maison pate to start - beautiful, quite heavy. Mains I had burger which was delicious, served with baked potato with sour cream which I wasn't mad about. Would have preferred choice of chips or potatoes. For dessert I had the yummiest Toblerone cheesecake which was sooo heavy but I had to finish it. They also left 2 little pieces of cake to taste per person but couldn't manage that. Faultless service & lovely food. Would return. You need to be hungry before come here.

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Dada Restaurant
45 South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Extremely good find. Here 2 weeks ago with birthday party of 14. Buzzing place, great atmosphere. Fantastic service even though only 2 or 3 waiters & place was jointed. No major delays on food & service was perfect. Served by a very friendly and efficient waiter. Food delicious. Have never had moroccan but will be back for more. Exquisite chicken tagine with wedges which was divine. Very nice pumpkin salad to start also. Set 3 course meal is 30 euro which is a tad expensive considering you share a dessert with about 6 other people for that price. Only let-down therefore is dessert - basically ice-cream & assortment of desserts put onto communal plate & you take from that. Ice-cream not good as it melts!!! All in all, fabulous experience & interior is beautiful. Good for birthdays etc. Will be back as a treat as it's not cheap. Also found wine to be quite expensive.

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Milano (Dundrum)
Dundrum Shopping Centre, Dublin 14, Dundrum, Dublin

Wasn't impressed. Service dreadful, waited for ages for order to be taken. Was about half 2 so presumably can be put down to lunchtime rush. Waiter was obviously new, not very efficient. Brought our stater to the table halfway through our main course & mumbled smth. before he ran off. Pizza was quite wet & soggy. Shocked at experience as I go to other Milano's quite regularly & am always impressed. Had voucher so meal v good value. Probably won't go back if I was in Dundrum. Would probably try elsewhere.

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Juno's Cafe
26 Parkgate Street, Parkgate Street, Dublin

Great place. Happened upon this cafe one Saturday afternoon, had excellent brunch here. Hidden gem. Fantastic service, v nice manager/owner, very efficient & observant waiting staff, v calm & nice atmosphere. My partner had full breakfast which was amazing, really good food. I had bacon butty which was just delicious. Only negative, it's a bit pricey. In these recessionary times all looking for good value. Obviously price is reflected in fantastic food & service but it would encourage me to go here for a treat rather than to make it regular haunt. Would like to go back & try evening menu which looks delicious too. Great there is restaurant of this calibre in the area. Well needed! Will be recommending this place to friends!

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Dobbins @ The Park
South Lotts Road, Dublin 4, Ringsend, Dublin

Was here last Sat & was disappointed. Have been here on numerous occasions before but probably won't go back. Only booked on the day for 8 of us. Shoved to table at back of restaurant beside bar & toilets. Watched the dogs on big screen to the side. Really, we could have been at home watching them. Asked one of staff if we might be moved to get view of track & he very unpleasantly told us that people are now paying extra 20 euro to be seated by windows!!!!! Advertising is also misleading as brochure states it has 360 degree panoramic view. Not so, our main view all night was toilet door. Food was better than last time. Although, big plate of wedges that had to be shared between 8 of us were slightly burned & one plate of veg was not enough between the 8 of us. For 50 euro I don't think anyone should be staring at a wall as a view of racing is surely included in price. Even though we booked at last minute we should have been informed of where table was. At least then we could have made an informed decision.

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Lemon Jelly Cafe
Millennium Walkway, Jervis Street, Italian Quarter, Dublin

Often pop in here for coffee & bite - often a scone which are nice here. Was in last week for take away skinny lattee - have a fab deal 2.20 for take-away latte before 12 midday which is not only fantastic value but really good lattee. Good for mid-week catch up with friends. Will defo be back here. V nice, relaxed atmosphere also.

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Gotham Cafe
8 South Anne Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Have been here twice recently. Hadn't been there for ages before that. V impressed. Not cheap if u don't manage to get early bird but v good dining experience. Very wide & varied range of food. Even though famous for pizza I had gorgeous chicken stir fry. Also had beautiful Italian meat starter for 2. Dessert- chocolate cake - delicious. Will be back for the early bird - great value for fab food. Book, it's always busy.

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Town Bar and Grill
21 Kildare Street, City Centre South, Dublin

V disappointing. Was expecting much more from this place. Shared foie gras for starter - simply didn't like it. Not biggest fan of this dish anyway but could only stomach mouthful of this. Too rich & overpowered by apricot jelly sauce. Ordered rib-eye steak (Only type of steak they serve, no fillet) for 30 euro. Frankly worst piece of steak I've had out all year in Dublin. Steak looked big when it came out but only outer part was edible. Entire inner part was just a big piece of fat. Should have sent it back but was out in a group of 4 so didn't want to make fuss. Most mains range from 25 to 30 euro but apart from steak you have to order side dishes such as chips/potatoes & veg which cost 4 euro per dish. Chef obviously opened up a fresh tin of tomatoes & just poured it over my steak. Underneath the steak were 5 cubes of potatoes which had been reheated & were revolting. Chianti wine was good & only 27 euro per bottle which is cheap for this place. Fav part of meal was dessert - chocolate mud pie with scoop of blueberry ice-cream. This cost 10 euro & of course was small. I shared it but it could easily be eaten by one person. 65 euro for this meal was overpriced. We were told when we booked we could only have table for 2 hours. At prices like that there should be no time limits. Frankly, there are far nicer places to eat in Dublin offering much better value. Will not be returning. Food was below average.

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De Brúns
Ashleigh Centre, Main Street, Castleknock, Dublin

Was here last Sat. night for a birthday, party of 5. Firstly we were seated in the side room, not very nice, away from the live piano music & we were seated right beside a fairly rambunctious hen party. We couldn't have a conversation. I asked the waitress about 3 times to be moved but she moved 2 other tables who came in after us first. Eventually I explained situation to the manager who asked me sarcastically if I wanted the hen party to quieten down. Not great customer service. We should have been told at time of booking that we would be seated beside a 20 strong hen party, at least we would have had the option of choosing somewhere else to eat. Eventually we were moved. Food was just ok, nothing extraordinary. I had mushroom soup to start, was fine, very watery, nothing special. Had Bernaise steak. I've had nicer steak. Bernaise sauce came in the tiniest little serving (thimble!) dish I have ever seen. Steak was 20 euro & had to buy chips after that for 3 euro. Think there were about 4 chips in the dish, they were best part of meal. Steak was dry & bland. Overall very disappointing. Wouldn't waste my time coming back here, far nicer restaurants all over Dublin. Bill came to about 65 euro each which was extremely expensive. There were 2 bottles of wine in there & 3 cocktails but still expensive. Also after 11, restaurant turned into a disco. Female singer belted out tunes & the whole pub danced into the restaurant. Think they need to go for a young disco pub grub joint or sophisticated brasserie. Not sure if the 2 go so well together.

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Yamamori Noodles
71-72 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Was here last Fri. night with grp. of 10. Had heard unfavorable reviews but v pleasantly surprised. Would advise to book here as v busy. Arrived at 7 on Fri., place was buzzing. Waiter was o.k, quite brusque but fine. Lovely Pinot Gris Wine for 22 euro. Had fabulous starter, sirloin strips - so tender and tasty. Portions are massive so would advise to share starter & main course. I had deep fried chicken with rice for main, also delicious. Had organic ice-cream for dessert. Wasn't mad about it but that is personal preference - Bailey's (nice), Green Tea (!!). Price v reasonable. Starter, main course, dessert, latte & wine for 54 euro. Considering portion size, v reasonable & you could dine here for less if you shared food. Will be back.

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Koh
6-7 Jervis Street, Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1, City Centre, Italian Quarter, Dublin

Was here last Saturday night for my boyfriend's birthday. We booked for 10 people but 12 arrived so we were extremely squished at the table as restaurant was booked out that night but that was our own fault. Our booking was for 9.30 (only booking we could get). Was too late, restaurant was like a sauna when we went in. I asked first waiter if he could turn heat down etc. He said he'd see what he could do. Needless to say it got increasingly hot, with the result that it was uncomfortable & ultimately people didn't enjoy experience. Also there is a live d.j in the bar and at that time the music was just 2 loud in restaurant. Couldn't talk etc. Like a bit of music in restaurant but this was like a nightclub. Cocktails are fab - flirtini is gorgeous, like a dessert. Food was nice but didn't blow me away. We worked from Dine In Dublin Menu which was very good value. 25 euro for 3 courses. I ended up paying 55 euro for 3 courses & wine. Chicken satay to start was fine. Green chicken curry was good but I asked for least spicy one & think my order got mixed up with someone else at table who ordered v spicy. We didn't cop till he had finished his which was a shame. Only 2 choices on that menu for dessert which was disappointing - ice-cream & meringue. Was looking forward to the banoffi that everyone was talking about. Ice-cream was lovely-v filling. Overall it was nice but I'd like to try it again under different circumstances. Wouldn't go late at the weekend again anyway.

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Lunch! Calzone Cafe
63 South William Street, South William Street, Dublin

I used to come here for lunch regularly. It used to be fantastic but I think it has gone down in recent months & I don't frequent as often now. I was here last Wednesday for lunch. I had a toasted wrap with chicken etc. It was o.k - not the best ever. Chicken tastes somewhat processed & the wrap itself was put together very poorly. It's busy at lunch & you would be hard pushed to find a seat. Salads are good here, also smoothies (although dear) & tea also good. Toasted wrap & tea €7 which is good value. Portions are sizeable. Their coffee which is fairtrade is o.k, I find it too strong. Latte good here too. Will probably be back at some stage.

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

One of my favourite tapas bars in Dublin. Love the atmosphere & I actually like the dimly lit surroundings. Have been here for lunch & dinner. Saturday lunch lovely here, impossible to plan eating here on Friday evening as just too busy & they don't take bookings. Was here last Friday for lunch - 2 tapas & glass of wine for €10 - can't be beaten on price. I had tortilla which is very good here, although they do offer slice of bread with it, which can often be stale. I also had meatballs which were good. We ordered patatas bravas which were ok, not great, covered in spicy, runny red sauce that we didn't ask for. My sister had the goats cheese slad which didn't look very nice & also didn't taste nice. Looked like piece of melted cheese had been just flung at the salad. I alsao had a latte which was very nice. We were there at lunch but only 1 waiter on. It wasn't that busy but he was kept going. He squished us into a small corner & then squished 2 other diners right in beside us even though the rest of restaurant was practically empty. I paid €15 which all in all was good value for the mostly good experience. Will be back.

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

Went here with my partner on a Sunday evening. Very nice spot, they even do early bird on Sunday which is very unusual. We got our free glass of wine each when we mentioned Menupages. Wine was very nice & good size glasses of wine. Atmosphere good, place busy which is always good sign. I had garlic bread to start - it was ok - too much of it & not the tastiest. My partner had the nachos & they were delicious. I had cannelloni for mains which was ok but I'm not the biggest fan of pasta soaked in cheese so admittedly it wasn't the best choice of dish for me. That was my only gripe - early bird menu is limited enough. My partner had a pasta & sausage dish which he loved. We also got a free dessert when we mentioned Menupages - we were quite full so we shared a chocolate cake which was divine. I had a coffee and the whole bill came to 34 euro!!!!!! Unbelievable value. I will definitely be back & I'm dying to try out their other menus. Tapas would be good here.

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Eden Restaurant @ Bellinter House Hotel
Bellinter House, Navan, Meath

This came very well recommended from friends and family and while the whole experience of the place was nice, I have to admit I was a tad disappointed with the restaurant. It was fine, but really not worth what we paid for it.(75 euro for 2 mains, 2 desserts, glass wine, 1 beer - early bird menu!) We were there on St. Patrick's Day this year and were told earlier in the day we could order the pre-theatre menu. However, later on in the restaurant, staff explained that as it was a bank holiday, this menu was not 'on'. As other people had been promised the same menu as us, the manager allowed us to order the pre-theatre menu. Maybe this was our mistake! I ordered steak for the main course - it was nice but I didn't feel it was the best cut ever - it was quite fatty which I wouldn't expect in a restaurant of it's calibre & price range. I would generally order steak when I eat out and I have definitely had nicer pieces. I ordered a glass of Pinot Grigio, which at 7.50 euro is expensive, but it was the smallest amount of wine I have ever seen for that price. Again probably connected to the fact that we were allowed to order from early bird. Dessert was ice-cream in a nest which was fine, nothing to write home about. I'd think twice about driving up from Dublin to this place again solely for the restaurant. Perhaps a weekend here would be nice with spa treatments etc. I certainly won't be rushing into temple bar to try out that Eden!

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Salamanca
1 St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Salamanca has been one of my favourites in Dublin for years. The tapas tower for two is great value and lovely. The staff are also very accommodating as the tower contains fish, last time I was there I just asked if I could change the fish for another dish and they obliged. Their ice-cream is usually gorgeous but I was appalled last time I was there, about a month ago, the ice-cream had obviously been defrosted and put back into the freezer. It was full of shards of ice and had that horrible taste. I should have complained as eating this can be dangerous. It's a pity as it usually is very good. I think I'll be giving it a skip for a while.

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Tante Zoes
1 Crow Street, Temple Bar, Temple Bar, Dublin

I really like Tante Zoe's especially for their early bird although it has gone down somewhat in my estimation recently. I love the dooky gumbo (very hearty winter soup) and the blackened chicken with the sides (green beans and deep fried potatoes). The dessert however leaves a lot to be desired. I concur with reviews posted here. I was there about two weeks ago and had the Mississippi mud pie which was awful. You would have needed a hammer to break it up, it was obviously just out of the freezer, it was extremely difficult to eat it and it was also full of ice. It's a pity, if it was served correctly, it could be very nice. It used to be years ago! All good, except dessert. Overall very reasonable.

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Milano (Temple Bar)
19 East Essex Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

This is one of the best restaurants in Dublin. Myself and my boyfriend often eat here on a Sunday evening. It's always busy (good sign), lovely atmosphere and service and staff are fantastic. No matter how busy, you will always be seated straight away and food is always prompt. I love the thin crust pizzas (you pay extra for thin base but definitely worth it). I love the Nocci starter (basically nuts) if you want to save yourself for the pizza. Wine is also fab but glasses can work out expensive (nearly 9 euro for a glass of very nice Pinot Grigio - better value to go for the bottle!) It feels like they actually value your custom in here. My favourite restaurant by far at the mo.

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Millstone, A Dublin Restaurant
39 Dame Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I ate here at the end of January and judging by these reviews I obviously got them on a bad night. Firstly, the 18 euro "Early-Bird" is a farce as you have to pay for side orders on top of the basic price i.e the chicken dish on offer was just chicken so if you wanted potatoes or vegetables with it, it would cost at least an additional 3 euro for one of the side orders. I can't see many people with just a piece of chicken on their plates for dinner. In reality this "Early Bird" price should incorporate the side order price i.e 21 euro. There are lots of nicer restaurants in the vicinity doing much better early birds. I had butternut squash soup which was divine so I was really excited about my main - pizza. How wrong I was - the worst pizza I've ever had. It was drenched in oil, pesto and cheese and was just one big sogball. I love pizza but I could only pick at this. My boyfriend had the beef, and he loved it so maybe pizza is not their speciality. It worked out very expensive - about 30 euro each for what we had, for an early bird. You can get lovely pizza & starter elsewhere for less than twenty euro.

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