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The Bay Restaurant @ Walters

68 Georges Street Upper, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Area Code: South Co. Dublin

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Cuisine:
Casual Dining

Price Range:

Good
63 reviews

Reviewed 20th May 2012 ( visited 18th May 2012 )

ate here last friday with 3 others. The 50/50 offer was still on so we decided to try it. 2 of us had crab claws, couple of them bit tough but overall they were yummy! 1 had thai squid salad and other had monkfish scampi both said were georgous. For our mains we had fillet steak, rack of lamb and 2 had baked hake all served with salad & rosemary & garlic sauteed potatoes, all delicious. Finished off with 2 x raspberry pavolva roulades, a mixed ice-cream which waitress put candle in it for a special occasion and I had lovely cheeseboard with glass port. We had bottle lovely red & white wine priced very reasonably at €23. Our food bill came to approx €25 each incl coffees which was great value. Hopefully it will be extended!
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The Bay Restaurant @ Walters

68 Georges Street Upper, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Area Code: South Co. Dublin

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Cuisine:
Casual Dining

Price Range:

Good
63 reviews

Reviewed 20th May 2012 ( visited 18th May 2012 )

ate here last friday with 3 others. The 50/50 offer was still on so we decided to try it. 2 of us had crab claws, couple of them bit tough but overall they were yummy! 1 had thai squid salad and other had monkfish scampi both said were georgous. For our mains we had fillet steak, rack of lamb and 2 had baked hake all served with salad & rosemary & garlic sauteed potatoes, all delicious. Finished off with 2 x raspberry pavolva roulades, a mixed ice-cream which waitress put candle in it for a special occasion and I had lovely cheeseboard with glass port. We had bottle lovely red & white wine priced very reasonably at €23. Our food bill came to approx €25 each incl coffees which was great value. Hopefully it will be extended!
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Bits and Pizzas
15 Patrick Street, Dun Laoghaire, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

Havn't been to this place in a long time, but I have to say all for the good it hasn't changed, food still excellent and a lovely friendly atmosphere all round, friends, families, couple etc.. Pizza are still the best. Will definitely come back again soon!

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The Gables
McCabes Wines, The Gables, 1 Torquay Road, Dublin 18 , Foxrock, Dublin

visited here with a friend and we were glad we had a voucher for it. They did have a special menu on for €19.95 which looked good but because we had the voucher we decided to go for the specials off the board. The starters, prawns were lovely and my friend had pate which was lovely also. We both had seabass for mains and was very surprised when we asked did it come with potatoes or chips and they said no they are extra? It was €19.95 for 1 small panfried seabass fillet which was on a bed of some finely diced mixture of cucumber, lettuce, pickle, cant even remember the rest. Then €3.50 for our sides. The cheese board we had was lovely. Overall it was lovely and I would return but I think they should look at maybe adding side with their specials for the price they charge

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Platform Pizza Bar
7 Strand Road, Bray, Co.Wicklow, Bray, Wicklow

visited here with couple friends on a monday night and the place was packed! Great pizza's and salads. We ordered two pizza's and 1 salad to share and there was plenty for all 3 of us. Choc brownie dessert was yummy also! Great place for casual night out. defo go again

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Cafe 31
Old Bray Road, Cabinteely, Dublin

Had lovely meal here last friday with few friends. great value 3 courses €23.95 and their were alot of choices on offer. Highly recommend the bruschetta. Also the pate, wings & beetroot/goats cheese salad. Mains were also v good. Great price also for their wines. Overall it was lovely food, great prices and would def go back

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The Bay Restaurant @ Walters
68 Georges Street Upper, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

ate here last friday with 3 others. The 50/50 offer was still on so we decided to try it. 2 of us had crab claws, couple of them bit tough but overall they were yummy! 1 had thai squid salad and other had monkfish scampi both said were georgous. For our mains we had fillet steak, rack of lamb and 2 had baked hake all served with salad & rosemary & garlic sauteed potatoes, all delicious. Finished off with 2 x raspberry pavolva roulades, a mixed ice-cream which waitress put candle in it for a special occasion and I had lovely cheeseboard with glass port. We had bottle lovely red & white wine priced very reasonably at €23. Our food bill came to approx €25 each incl coffees which was great value. Hopefully it will be extended!

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The Cedar Tree
11a St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

visited here for 1st time with 3 others. I had hoummous for starters with nice warm bread, it was lovely. Others had arayess and tabouleh. For mains we had mixed meshwe, beef shawarma & chicken kafta. All were excellent, this was followed by Lebonese coffee and 3 normal coffees and a bachlava, traditional dessert yumm yumm..... The service was very good when we were there they just forgot about 1 side dish and the waitress was all apologetic. It was fairly full when we arrived but by the time we left approx 9pm it was packed. Would def visit again!

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The Pig's Ear
4 Nassau Street, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

i visited here with a group. It was early in the week and was packed. I had crab & beetroot starter, it was lovely. alot of the people at my table had the same. This followed by the hallibut which was cooked perfectly and delicious. Few people had duck and said it was really nice also. I didn't have dessert but my friends had the cheesecake which was served in a lovely quirky jar and said it was lovely. Lemon rice pudding also got the thumbs up. Overall the food was really really good and the quirky delph and presentations really added to it. I certainly would come back!

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Peploes Wine Bistro
16 St Stephen's Green, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

visited here for the 1st time with a group of friends. Place was very busy for a weekday. Staff were very friendly and polite. I had scallops to start with followed by Halibut. Both were very tasty indeed. Skipped on the desert but opted for the cheeseboard accompanied with a lovely glass of port. All in all everyone was very happy with their decision which ranged from fillet steak, fishpie and venison. Thought it was a bit pricey but would go back again for a special occasion!

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Hartley's Restaurant
1 Harbour Road, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

Had late lunch here with 2 friends last Wed. Few tables were still occupied when we arrived at 2.30pm. We went for the set lunch which was quite reasonable price wise. I had the special mussels in tomato sauce with fennel, it was lovely and a big portion too. My friends had spicy chicken wings (to die for) and goats cheese salad (also to die for). For our mains we had sirlion steak, fishpie & battered fish & chips. All mains were cooked to perfection. We didn't have desserts, just coffees. The service was excellent and staff were very nice & courteous. I must say it was a really relaxing time and there was no hurry in us leaving which was approx 4pm. Overall I would recommend Hartley's for a perfect leisurely lunch!

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The Tower Bistro
Strand Road, Bray, Wicklow

visited here Fri 13th Nov with 17 women for birthday party!! had the early bird menu and have to say it was great value. Few comments from fellow eaters were: starters, mussels were gorgeous, feta cheese tarts very good, pate excellent. Mains: lamb shank very good, steak lovely (€3 surcharge) only bad comment was sea bass it was a little dry maybe this was because there was 17 of us? Desserts were average. House white was good and for those on red we paid €5 extra for a lovely bottle. Overall it's very good value for money and well worth a visit for cheap & fun night out

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Victoria Asian Cuisine
5A The Cresent, South Co. Dublin , Monkstown, Dublin

I visited here yesterday with my daughter for sunday lunch special €20pp The place was fairly full and seemed to be alot of regulars as waiters & customers knew each other by name etc.. Anyway both our starters were lovely chicken satay & samosa's. My daughter got beef curry for main which was also nice. However I got chicken chow mein and it looked like a clump of straw on my plate, it was really dry. I asked for sauce and they brought me garlic sauce which was very thick and wasnt nice with it. Overall: For my 1st visit I wasn't overly impressed with food but havent said that I would give it another try!

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Amerta Chinese Restaurant
Clifton Avenue, Monkstown, Dublin

visited here with group of girlfriends we had table booked for 8.00pm and didn't have to wait. We ordered our starters and there was no mention of having to finish all before you ordered more or €3 charge? We all had selection of starters & mains which I have to say were very nice. Prawn dishes cost extra €2 but were worth it as prawn chow mein & prawn with spring onion & ginger were lovely. Overall if you are looking for somewhere cheap & cheerful its an ideal place to eat

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