Restaurant Reviews from Prunty

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 25

Member Since: 14 January 2008

Last Visit: 12 March 2016

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Valley Cafe restaurant

43 Watergate Street Navan, Navan, Meath

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Cuisine:
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Price Range:

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17 reviews

Reviewed 15th January 2008 ( visited 15th November 2007 )

Finest take away in Meath, batter you don't feel bad eating and as stated below their onion rings are immense. The also do a fine milkshake. Top notch take away.
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Valley Cafe restaurant

43 Watergate Street Navan, Navan, Meath

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Cuisine:
Cafe

Price Range:

Good
17 reviews

Reviewed 15th January 2008 ( visited 15th November 2007 )

Finest take away in Meath, batter you don't feel bad eating and as stated below their onion rings are immense. The also do a fine milkshake. Top notch take away.
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Crackbird
60 Dame Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

The soy fried wings in acts bird are without a doubt the best chicken wings in Dublin. Throw in the reasonable prices, delicious and varied sides - croquettes, chipotle beans, slaw, baked potato etc - and lovely drinks and you have yourself a fantastic meal. Never disappoints.

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Kippers Seafood, Steak & Carvery
The Golf Links Public House, Strand Road, Portmarnock, Dublin

Visited Kippers having bought a voucher for 2 steak dinners and I wasn\'t really blown away by the experience. The food was fine, nice steak and sides but the dining area was just an alcove located to the rear of the bar. Decor and furniture could do with an update and the atmosphere was non existent. Fine for a quick bite to eat but I wouldn\'t make dinner plans here again.

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Royal Tandoori
95 Terenure Road North, South Dublin, Terenure, Dublin

I bought a takeaway from Royal Tandoori just last night and was very pleased with the quality of food provided. Aesthetically this restaurant could do with a bit of facelift but the interior seems clean and warm, mind you I was only briefly inside when collecting my food. (The BYOB feature would attract a sit down visit.) The food was delicious. I opted for the korma and an aloo saag to start and both were very nice - although the korma could have done with some raisins or something to add an extra something to the texture. My girlfriend went for the Chicken Patia, which didn't feature on the menu, and was very pleased if was slightly surprised by how hot it was. Poppadoms were a little soggy. Staff seemed very friendly and ultimately it was a positive experience and one which we'll be repeating.

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Saba
26-28 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I have only eaten from the Saba to Go take away in rathmines but I believe it is the same people behind both restaurants. I have a fairly varied pallette and enjoy a wide range of foods but I was very put off by the food here. It was not as impressive as the fancy presentation and high prices would imply. Not great and I wouldn't recommend it.

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

My family and I went here recently for my mothers birthday. For some unknown reason she wanted to try Greek cuisine. The food didnt dissappoint at all but if you don't live in the vacinity of Howth it is quite the trek, which I feel detracted from the experience. If you do venture out any of the seafood dishes are bound to satisfy.

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Chandni Restaurant
174 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Ballsbridge, Dublin

Very reasonable spot for a bite to eat. Low priced food in the grand scheme of things and quite tasty. My only greavence was that the portions fo rice aren't very generous what so ever.

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

I stopped into bia bar for a spot of grub, a pint or two and about 60 minutes of the Chelsea Vs Clug match. The guinness as usual was fine, the tiger prawn pizza I got was delish and Chelsea won. Perfect visit, highly recommended. **Bia bar cannot guarantee satisfaction with regards to football results.

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Punjabi By Nature Indian Restaurants & Takeaway
15 Ranelagh Village, South Dublin, Ranelagh, Dublin

I recently ordered take away from here before a night out. With little time to spare before making the journey to town myself and my girlfriend decided the haste of a take away was our best option. I ordered at 15 past five and was told that because deliveries started at half 5 the food would be 45 minutes. An hour after placing the order I rang to inquire about the order which was supposedly on its way. The restaurant is a ten minute walk from my house, the food had to be heated in the microwave and we we're charged for delivery. Not very impressive

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Jo'Burger
137 Rathmines Road, Dublin 6 , South Dublin, Rathmines, Dublin

Jo'burger is a decent spot, lets not get romantic about burgers there's not a whole lot of perfecting involved in putting a lump of meat between to buns. No points for variety so but what they do do they do well. The burgers are of mammoth proportion and are presented as well as they're made. Some nice beers on offer and the novelty of a board game while you wait for your food. Always packed and the DJ puts a nice spin on the standard dining music.

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

The only thing I regret about my visit to Alfies is that I didn't order the 16 Oz t-bone steak. A very nice spot, cosniderate and friendly staff and the novelty of a joke book at each table. All rounder.

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TriBeCa
65 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Myself and my girlfriend decided to try Tribeca for her birthday dinner. I was told by one of my colleagues that the chicken wings with blue cheese are fantastic but I thought the sauce was a bit sickening. With the exception of the chicken wings the food was delish. A nice spot and Ill be returning soon to try their burgers which looked majestic.

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Zaytoon (Lower Camden Street)
44-55 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

Zaytoon chips are ace and their garlic mayo is a must. Their kebabs are second to none too. Great service, always packed late at night. Nice interior.

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The Terenure Inn
96 Terenure Road North, Terenure, Dublin

The Terenure Inn is a fine establishment. My family and I have eaten here only once but we're always threatening to return and relive the enjoyable experience that was our first meal here. The atmosphere of some Inns doesn't accommodate dining but The Terenure Inn strikes a nice balance between bar and restaurant. The carvery meals are as generous as they are delicious and they are massive helpings! The Inn also sponsors Terenure FC so its nice to know theyve got an appreciation for the community. Top notch place

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

It's nice to find somewhere that offers quality Seafood at a reasonable price in the city centre. A big thumbs up, well worth a visit.

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Hard Rock Cafe
12 Fleet Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

My girlfriend and I went here shortly after my birthday as I had gotten a one for all voucher which the Hard Rock accepts. The service was a disappointment with our main courses arriving when we were only half way through our starter.(nachos which were decent enough). The order the food came in detracted a lot from the meal and we haven't been back since. Nice look to the place though.

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

I went here for a work meal when I worked in the centre and I think we were all quite happy with the meal and service provided. Quite a nice look to the restaurant especially the upstairs. The dough balls were very nice but be warned the Diavolo is as hot as the menu claims, the kind of hot that breaks a sweat.

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

Went here for food two days ago and I was more than happy with what was on offer. The lunch menu is very reasonable with quite a varied selection. My girlfriend and I opted for the food and beer/wine for €11.90. I got the beer which was a nice white beer similar to erdinger while my girlfriend went for the glass of wine, a generous glass at that. The food was nice and the optional dessert for three euro was excellent. We split a chocolate mousse pie which was delicious. Nice place, nice food.

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Surma
43 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

I get take away out of Surma on a regular basis and I am yet to be disappointed. The food is very nice and the waiters are always very friendly. They do a fine naan bread. Prices are quite reasonable but I haven't had a sit down meal there yet and the prices vary between takeout and sit down. Nice place overall.

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Zucchini's Restaurant
18-20 Blackcastle Square, Navan, Meath

I thought Zucchinis was quite nice, it was very busy when myself and my family went which may have detracted a bit from the experience. Food was superb and service was good although when I was there most of the staff were quite young. Good restaurant all the same and definitely one of the finest in Navan.

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Valley Cafe
43 Watergate Street Navan, Navan, Meath

Finest take away in Meath, batter you don't feel bad eating and as stated below their onion rings are immense. The also do a fine milkshake. Top notch take away.

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Acapulco Restaurant
7 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

As usual Acapulco elevates in my estimations. Myself and my girlfriend went here for our anniversary and really enjoyed it. I have to hand it to the chefs, the extraction fan in the kitchen had broken and the chefs still persevered, although they wouldnt cook fajitas. The food was of its usual high standard and although the service was a bit slow we were given a round of drinks on the house as a result. They know how to treat their customers. Great place.

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Jaipur Restaurant (George's Street)
41 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

In similar fashion to the below review although myself and my girlfriend had a reservation we were still waiting for at least 25mins to be seated. The food was nice and was served quite promptly but it was not as memorable an experience as would fit the bill .(pricey) Given its location it's understandable how they can charge what they do but much to mine and my girlfriend's displeasure we were seated right by the window, which detracts from the meal. Nice food but pricey and not an excellent meal overall.

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Maloti
34-35 South William Street, South William Street, Dublin

Myself and my girlfriend went here last week after deciding Sth William St. would be a good place to go to try somewhere new given the number of restaurants. After looking through their set menu we decided both the price and look of the restaurant were good enough reason to end our search quickly and get out of the rain. The food was nice especially the naan bread and portions were quite generous. My girlfriend enjoyed her Bhuna but said it didn't really taste like any bhuna she'd had before. The service was the only deterrent, the staff seemed quite eager to lock up and leave and were waiting for the noise of fork falling on plate in order to swoop in. Quite nice although with the amount of choice when it comes to Indian restaurants I wouldn't place Maloti very high on my favourites list.

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Indian Ocean Dublin
15 Montague Street, City Centre South, Dublin

At €19.95 the early bird menu here makes it possibly one of the most reasonable Indian restaurants in the city. Composed of five courses, inclusive of drinks, the early bird will leave you both satisfied and in awe of the price. The drinks alone would cost near enough €25 in any pub within a 500m radius of the restaurant and although the food isn't the finest Indian available in the city it's still various nice. A rather relaxed decor and friendly staff add enormously to the meal and as the night progressed the restaurant filled a clear indicator of it's popularity amongst those aware of its existence. Removed from the noise of traffic and located on the second floor this restaurant offers the customer oblivity to the city, nice food and all at an astonishing price(early bird). Maybe not my first choice if outside of early bird times I will definitely be going back.

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The Forge Restaurant
Potteragh, Carnaross, Kells, Meath

A very relaxed atmosphere, good food as well as helpful and accomadating staff make The Forge a highly recommendable spot for a family meal. Although located in the rather remote area of Carnaross the owners have spared no expense making this restaurant the quality establishment it is. The food was very nice, drink selection varied nicely with a wide selection of wines as well as drinks on tap and the staff were quite friendly and unassuming, kind enough to dim the lights and sing happy birthday to the embarrasment of one of our group. Given the location of the restaurant and quality of preparation and presentation of the food the quite high prices are reasonable. A nice balance of quality and quantity is met in their large portions and every member of our party was happy with the meal they ordered. In brief an above average restaurant although somewhat inaccessible to most.

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