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Brasserie 7 restaurant

The Capel Building, Capel Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 1

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514 reviews

Reviewed 17th November 2014 ( visited 16th October 2014 )

This place is becoming one of my most favourite restaurants - most especially for pre-theatre early bird dinner - frankly eating about 6.00pm is a good idea! Great eats. Happy surroundings. Very convenient situation - on the Luas-red-line. Recommended.
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Brasserie 7 restaurant

The Capel Building, Capel Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 1

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Cuisine:
Brasserie

Price Range:

Good
514 reviews

Reviewed 17th November 2014 ( visited 16th October 2014 )

This place is becoming one of my most favourite restaurants - most especially for pre-theatre early bird dinner - frankly eating about 6.00pm is a good idea! Great eats. Happy surroundings. Very convenient situation - on the Luas-red-line. Recommended.
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Girl & the Goose
1st Floor, 10 Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin

Was here with a party of five others. We found everything to our entire satisfaction. We chose six different meals from the evening menu with both red and white house wines. For a Saturday night the restaurant was not overcrowded, which it surely would have been but for the fact the weather outside was glorious. We thoroughly recommend a visit.

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Rolys Cafe
7 Ballsbridge Terrace, Dublin 4, Ballsbridge, Dublin

For the eve of Valentine's Day, when it was hard to get anywhere to dine at a reasonable rate, the fare at Roly's Cafe was satisfactory.No complaints at all. Next time however we will chose Rolys Restaurant, as it is worth the extra cost.

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Murphy's Pub & Restaurant (Rathmines)
93-95 Upper Rathmines Rd, Rathmines, Dublin

The fare was quite basic. It was a cold day and we considered that for the modest price we paid we got fair value. Maybe we expected a restaurant rather than a pub, which is what it is. We arrived too early in the day to experience a warm cosy environment, but we were satisfied enough in the end.

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Brasserie 7
The Capel Building, Capel Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

This place is becoming one of my most favourite restaurants - most especially for pre-theatre early bird dinner - frankly eating about 6.00pm is a good idea! Great eats. Happy surroundings. Very convenient situation - on the Luas-red-line. Recommended.

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Bobo's Gourmet Burgers (Dame St)
50-51 Dame St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

We were very impressed with this place, and particularly impressed by our terribly helpful waitress. We got so much in our chosen burgers that we were really happy as we left for our theatre visit. We recommend Bo Bos.

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Brasserie 7
The Capel Building, Capel Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

We enjoyed our visit for a pre-theatre 2-course meal. We had steak (me) and Mairead had hake. Everything most satisfactory and enjoyable with the (included) glass of Italian white wine. We will recommend this place to our friends.

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Jack O'Rourkes
Main Street, Blackrock, Dublin

I had 'turkey & ham' for 12.50 euro and a pint of Guinness for 4.80. AnnaMarie had 'Salmon and tea' and she said it was fine. I was disappointed when I saw the way my food was served. The plate was literally overloaded and covered with a thick gravy. The meats were tastless and appeared to be sitting on a base of hot water. Although I was hungry, I could eat no more than about half of what had been loaded on the plate. The Guinness was OK. I felt my 32.60 euro purchase was a waste of money.

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The Brasserie @ Leopardstown
Bewley's Hotel Leopardstown, Central Park , Leopardstown, Dublin

We love Bewleys Leopardstown for family celebrations with the children. Sundays at lunchtime when the baloon man is there with a free baloon for the children is our favourite family outing. The ambience is first class, especially since the recent upgrading and the fact that the oldies can have 'smaller portions' is a great idea.

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The Dandelion Restaurant
1st floor, Unit 4, Main Street , Swords, Swords, Dublin

Mairead and I were delighted with this place. we booked an early dinner for 4.00pm as we were on our way to the cinema in Swords for a 6.00pm showing. It is probably the first time I awarded full marks to any restaurant for Atmosphere, Meal, Service and Value. We will certainly be back again

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Marios (Sandymount)
2 Sandymount Green, Dublin 4, Sandymount, Dublin

Marios is OK. I call here when I am alone and peckish and generally have either 'polo mario' or a burger. The burger is good and is different from burgers elsewhere, though lately the 'Big Mac' in MacDonalds is really good value with medium chips for 3.80euro, and it's hard to beat that! Back to Marios. That one annoying thing about Marios is the difficulty in finding a place to park. Having found a parking place however, one can only be satisfied with what's on offer at Marios. It has a happy sort of athmosphere, and it is a favourite of mine.

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The Brasserie @ Leopardstown
Bewley's Hotel Leopardstown, Central Park , Leopardstown, Dublin

We come to this nice place for lunch now and again, and are generally pleased. The newly appointed decor is well done, and there is always plenty of space. The meals are good but today, (we had roast pork carvery) and also on the last occassion we were here about three weeks ago, we had the same experience - strings of twine embedded in the outer crust of the joint, necessitating removal by hand from the mouth in the course of chewing. This is really not good enough for a restaurant of this standing. It won't put us off coming here, but we will be more careful when eating in future.

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Green Nineteen
19 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

We liked this place, which we had not come across before. We had organic burger 10.00euro collar of bacon 10.00euro glass of house wine 5.00euro champagne leomonade 3.50euro 1 cheesecake 5.00euro So, for 33.50euro both of us were well satisfied with lunch at 14.41pm on Tuesday last. We will call again.

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The Grange
Deansgrange Rd, Deansgrange, Dublin

This is a local pub I frequent quite a bit for lunch, probably on account of the excellent service at the carvery counter. Although the place is invariably busy, there is always a seat and the meal is more than satisfactory, since the portions are generous and tasty. The place is a comfortable venue and the staff are friendly and welcoming. Parking can be a bit of a problem, though sometimes the grounds of the Church of Ireland Kill-of-the-Grange parish (opposite the pub) have spaces.

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Roast
10a Merrion Rd, Dublin 4, Ballsbridge, Dublin

This restaurant is on the first floor of Crowe's pub in Ballsbridge. We had booked for 6.00pm, but since it was a delightfully sunny day, we had two pints of Coor's Light (each) sitting outside Crowe's watching the world go by. With our Menupages voucher (49 euro) we commenced at 7.00pm our "six course table d'hote dinner" and we enjoyed every morsel. I had well-done sirlion steak for the main (third) course and my companion had the same only 'medium-rare'. The entire meal exceeded our expectations. We will go again, but will choose a two course meal. Really six courses is being glutonous, we felt.

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Bistro Martello
1 Martello Terrace, South Co. Dublin, Sandycove, Dublin

I was on a 'walkabout' of the seafront memorials organised by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Council Council Heritage Programme last Sunday and after completing this and a visit to the Joyce Martello Tower at Sandycove, I called into this seafront bistro for something to eat. I had 'Martello-Breakfast' at10.95 euro with an Americano coffee for 2.60 euro. Total cost 13.55 euro. This was the best and most delightfully presented cooked breakfast I ever had anywhere. And my enjoyment was complete when the lady who served me spoke and discussed my morning with me in Irish.

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

It's hard not to like this place, the former Findlaters store, in the heart of Old Foxrock. I'm inclined to go for the duck any time I visit, and its always good. What annoys me though is that they have apparently only one beer (as well as Murphy's stout) on draft, so its house wine (5 euro a glass) with the duck. They never rush you out, and I never yet had to book in advance. Well worth a visit in the evening. I assume its a good place for morning coffee, judgeing by the full look of the place any time I pass.

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Le Bon Crubeen
81-82 Talbot Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

I booked a pre-theatre dinner for 5.00pm on Monday last to walk to the Gate theatre for 7.30pm performance. We had been to Le Bon Crubeen before and liked it. This time it was a different experience. Both of us chose from the set menu omitting a starter, We had steak and whilst we could only assume the steaks were the weight described on the menu, they looked very small on the plates. In fairness we allocated 10 out of 10 for taste, but she allocated only 3 out of 10 for her dessert. I just had ice-cream. Mentioning her disappointment led to our not being charged for desserts. It could have been a more pleasant experience,we felt.

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Urbun Cafe
Old Bray Road, South Dublin, Cabinteely, Dublin

Although I live not too far away, I never heard of this place till my friend Felix recommended it as a place he frequents for lunch when working from home. So I gave it a try on Saturday last. It is set out in refectory style and one sits anywhere at a bench, I had "'UR BRUNCH' 10AM - 5PM SAT/SUN". Thick-cut club sandwitch/freerange chicken, bacon and softfried egg with mayo on toasted white with lots of racket, for 7.95euro and pot of tea for 1.80euro. I was well satisfied. It was as much as I could eat.

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The Tramyard Dalkey
Castle Street, Dalkey, Dalkey, Dublin

This is a happy sort of a place to eat! In a cafe in a former tramyard in the centre of Dalkey! It's nice though. I recommend it for coffee, teas and scones and friendly social chat. It's gaily decorated. We were sitting outside when it started to rain. Immediatly the sunblinds were lowered above us, so we did not have to move. I came across something I never experienced before in the gents loo - and it serves to indicate the informality of the place. Above the urinals where one stands, were pictures of good looking women peering into the pan, with shocked faces and with their hands raised in total and absolute horror and terror --- or was it with pleasure?

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The Bridge Tavern
Bridge Street, Wicklow Town, Wicklow

Restaurant: The Bridge Tavern, Wicklow Town We, two adults and two children, ate at the Bridge Tavern late July. It was a Monday afternoon, and we chose from the bar menu. The menu has a good variety, the tables were clean. The service was excellent and the staff very attentive. The childrens menu was on the boring side, just the usual options - drinks or desert were not included, but I feel they should have been. The children shared a vegetable soup to start and it was presented very nicely in white tea cups. We ordered a side portion of garlic bread to share which was probably the nicest part of the lunch, and it was a nice lunch. The adults had hot sandwiches which were very tasty and well seasoned, though my pork was quite tough and very fatty as it was rolled pork belly. We had shared a portion of the 'fat' chips which were excellent. This was a very satisfactory mid-afternoon lunch, and we will definitely be back. One let down was the hand dryers didn't work and there were no towels either, so we resorted to the loo roll!

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Cabinteely Park Cafe
Cabinteely Park, Old Bray Rd, South Dublin, Cabinteely, Dublin

The 'Japanese Garden' cafe, part of the late Joe McGrath's Cabinteely House, which is now owned by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council, is in the grounds of Cabinteely Park. It is a lovely place to relax, especially on a fine afternoon. There is (free) parking beside the cafe, which is in a nicely restored outhouse to the residence. Eating inside the cafe when it's chilly, or on the patio in the idyllic setting of the trees and waterfall outside, when it's not. Good eats. Prompt service. A favourite meeting place for Foxrockers. Ten out of ten for ambience. Seven out of ten for value, but that's no problem locally!

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The Club Bar
17 Colliemore Road, South Dublin, Dalkey, Dublin

I brought a new friend to THE CLUB public house for a few drinks and something to eat before leaving. The atmosphere and the decor of this 'period piece' pub, was "stunning" in her words. So much so, that this subject came up several times in conversation over the evening. Much pleasurable chat with another couple sitting opposite us. However when it came time to eat it had gone after 9.00pm and the kitchen had closed, even for light snacks as had been served to others nearby shortly beforehand, and looked good for the money. We'll be back and we'll come earlier next time. A RECOMMENDED PUB!

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Jack O'Rourkes
Main Street, Blackrock, Dublin

I like this pub and come here quite a lot. Normally I would give it 5 stars, for it is a fine establishment, a great venue for relaxing over a drink with satisfactory eats. Yesterday however (Monday) I was upset with the dust on the shelves beside the tables in the front sitting area, and I could write with my finger in the dust. I did. Maybe the cleaner is on Holiday??? Maybe the Boss is on Holiday???

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Bar 52
52 Middle Abbey Street,, City Centre North, Dublin

I really racked my brain to say something nice about this place, and the only redeeming feature was, that when we were told the roast beef was off the menu and were offered turkey instead, we got a complimentary glass of wine to compensate. The wine was all right as was the tap water, and the less said about the food, the better! We were told the assistant manager left last night! I was shocked to discover the toilet (with lavatory pan) opened directly to the dining area opposite our table. I made a terrible mistake in buying not 1 but 2 Menupages vouchers for this place.

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Clodagh's Kitchen
Blackrock Village, Blackrock, Dublin

This is a nice bright well-appointed restaurant on the first floor of the Blackrock Shopping Centre. The staff are pleasant and courteous, and I suspect that the customers are mostly from the local area, with ladies predominating. The menu choices are interesting, but we felt, pricey. We were well pleased with our visit. Despite the obvious outlay on the decor, the rest rooms are annoyingly called bathrooms rather than toilets, and worse stil are marked M and F which to any Irish speaking person signify MNA (women) and FIR (men) - only when one enters the symbols are meant to signify M (men) and F (women). Disaster!

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Racket Hall Country House Hotel
Roscrea,, Roscrea, Tipperary

I bought a Menupages Voucher for 2 B+B+1 Steak or Salmon evening dinner for 2 people for 99 euro, and I consider this the best value I got in recent years for a short stay anywhere. This is a lovely old style country house type golf hotel set in marvellous countryside, with a modern topclass rere extension. The bedrooms are ample and exceptionally well furnished. We arrived before the check-in time of 4.00pm in wet weather not having had an opportunity to have our substantial picnic on the way from Dublin, and were invited to have it on the terrace; this was a pleasant experience. The breakfast was good, but with a limited choice, we felt.

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Brasserie 7
The Capel Building, Capel Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

Was somewhat hesitant when I bought the Menupages voucher for Brassiere 7 as I was not aware of the place. Our visit however exceed all expectations; it was a lovely warm sunny evening and we dined outside. The staff were more than willing to please; the steak was succelent, moist and juicey; the wine (included in the voucher cost) was good, and the desserts were delightful. The toilets incidentally, were immaculate. We will certainly be returning.

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The Box Tree
Stepaside Village, South Dublin, Stepaside, Dublin

Never knew this place existed until I dropped in alone (hungry) about 6.00pm last evening. I was the only diner when I arrived and was met with an extremely warm welcome. I chose leg of lamb as a main course and was served with a chef's complimentary 'mini-starter' as the lamb was cooked. As the restaurant filled up, I realised the popularity of the place with (presumably) the locals. Stepaside is now 'off the beaten track'. The meal was great (2 courses for 20 euro). I was so pleased that I bought two 40 euro vouchers as presents for my friends when I was leaving.

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Carlo's Restaurant
63-64 O'Connell Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

Had 'the famous steak on a stone' and were reasonably satisfied. The atmosphere was only 'OK' as the space allocated for tables for two persons was quite cramped. Waiter was friendly. Was surprised that we had to cook our own steak at the table, as we had not realised that this is what 'the famous steak on a stone' meant. I feel that in the future we would prefer to have our meal cooked in a kitchen.

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Tenors Grill Room (Naas)
Fairgreen Street, Naas, Kildare

Driving from St James' Hospital in Dublin to Dunlavin today, we decided to have mid-day light lunch in Naas. We purpously sought this place out, for we regularly have Sunday lunch in Tenors in Donnybrook, and the menu there recommends their Naas establishment. I had "8oz prime Irish beefburger, saute onions, crisp leaves, vine tomato, toasted bap and chunky chips". She had "Aromatic Indonesian chicken curry, crisp veg and boiled rice". We had mains only and got as much as we could eat. Mains cost ten euro. We drank tap water. We were pleased, and considered it good value at a total cost of a twenty Euro note for two people. No tip expected at lunchtime.

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Jack Whites Inn
Jack Whites Cross Brittas Bay, Wicklow Town, Wicklow

Jack Whites is always consistent for a quick home-cooked feed and very popular with our kids. The 3 course menu for €14.95 is superb value and hard to resist after a day at the beach. As always, the food and service were very good, but, for the second time recently, the mens toilets were in serious need of attention.

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Bates Restaurant
Main Street, Rathdrum, Rathdrum, Wicklow

Two of us had dinner by reservation.at 20.30 hrs. This was my second visit to Bates. We both eat from the value menu and found the choice and quality really good - we were not surprised to note that all the tables were full. We will be back and will recommend Bates to our friends.

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Kinara Kitchen
17 Ranelagh Village, South Dublin, Ranelagh, Dublin

Four of us went there last evening and all of us had a most enjoyable night. This is a newly opened restaurant, so we really did not know what to expect. My personal choice was beef karamasala followed by home-made strawberry cheesecake. For starter I had pancakes. It was a lovely meal, nicely served. Kinara Kitchen has my recommendation, and all four of us have already decided to add it to our 'favourates', although it is not the cheapest in Ranelagh.

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Milano (Dun Laoghaire)
1 Harbour Square, Crofton Road, South Co. Dublin, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

Brought the family to Milano on a quiet Wednesday evening. I checked the Milano offers website on my phone while there and got a deal for 2 pizzas for 18 euro. They gave us a free desert for the kids and free babychinos too. The chef even gave the kids free chefs hats. Great service and excellent value. The children loved it too. We'll definitely be back.

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China Sichuan
The Forum, Ballymoss Road, Dublin 18 , Sandyford, Dublin

We tried the lunchtime menu. Good value at 15 euro for two courses. Service for a group of 8 was fast and very professional. My only complaint is that the portions weren't particularly large, even for lunchtime. The helpings of rice in particular were rather small. Quality of food was definitely good. Overall, well worth a visit, although for value for money, it could do better to challenge the nearby competitors.

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The Conservatory Bistro @ The Glenview Hotel
Glen of The Downs, Delgany, Wicklow

We had a lovely afternoon here in the Conservatory Bar at the Carvery. 4xMains@10.95-----43.80 2xTea@ 2.25---------04.50 1xCoffee----------------02.50 2xGlass Guinness--05.80 TOTAL 56.60 ALL FOUR OF US WERE SATISFIED WITH THIS ONE-COURSE MIDDAY MEAL, probably more so than usual as it was such a glorious day in a stunning setting.

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De Brúns
Ashleigh Centre, Main Street, Castleknock, Dublin

My wife and I called here midweekabout 4.00pm for 'something light' so as to pass half an hour before visiting a friend locally. We had: Fishcakes Start - 8 euro Ceasar Salad Start - 8 euro 2xTraditional Tea - 4.50 1 Regular Coffee - 2.50 Glass House Red Wine - 5 euro TOTAL 28 EURO. We were very pleased with this in mid-afternoon and were under no pressure to leave. We would call again

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Khans Balti House
51 Donnybrook Road, Donnybrook, Dublin

Had Saturday lunch, having found a (dear) place to park on the public road beside the Bective rugby ground. Price of lunch quite OK and plenty of rice served with the menu choice. We were happy and decided an occasional visit would be OK when hungry.

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Goldsmiths Restaurant
Mont Clare Hotel, Merrion Square, City Centre South, Dublin

1.reasonable choice on menu 2.service satisfactory 3.ideal city centre venue 4.ambiance OK 5.price a little above similar facilities nearby 6.no complaints

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FXB Monkstown
3a The Crescent Monkstown, South Co. Dublin, Monkstown, Dublin

We were treated to lunch here yesterday. Our host was called away urgently as we entered the restaurant,but had time for a kish lorraine which, on request, was served IMMEDIATELY! I had shank of lamb and my wife had seafood. We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and also our desserts. Most certainly we will call again.

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F.X. BUCKLEY Steakhouse Pembroke Street
1A Lower Pembroke Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

We tried your recommended MENUPAGES JUNE Special Offers, and had a Saturday evening EarlyBird, 2 courses@19.95 euro each. I had hock of bacon and she had Rib Eye steak - both were delicious! For dessert she had a plate of cream brulee, and I had a plate of homemade icecreams with shortbreads - both were delicious! Total bill was: 2@19.95 = 39.90 One glass of Olvena Red = 5.95 OVERALL TOTAL 45.85 EURO Highly Recommended!

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The Brasserie @ Leopardstown
Bewley's Hotel Leopardstown, Central Park , Leopardstown, Dublin

We had Sunday lunch on Sunday last. 4 carvery plates @12.50; 3 Pot of Tea @2.20; 1 Medium Salad @6.00; 1 Dessert @4.20; 1 Kid's special @6.00. and water from the tap, free. TOTAL BILL 75.30 euro For this we had a dedicated space to ourselves, most acceptable luncheon, plenty of space both in the dining area and otherwise in the lounge area to read the papers afterwards. But it cost us 2 euro each to park the 3 cars in the underground carpark. We will come again

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The Saddle Room @ The Shelbourne
The Shelbourne Hotel, 27 St Stephen's Green, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

We tried the ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL OFFER, two courses for 18.50 last Sunday, Palm Sunday, and frankly we were dissapointed with the limited range on the special anniversary menu. The chef's special was lamb for 22.00, and it was nice, but having chosen this, the waiter explained that the dessert would be extra, so I settled for just the one course. I had not chosen a starter. On leaving the hotel, I was courtesly asked if everything was in order, and I politely explained the reason why I found the 18.50 offer misleading. I was assured that two courses should have been served for the 22.00 charge, and invited to return to have the matter rectified. This would have been embarrasing, so we left somewhat dissapointed.

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Saints & Scholars Lounge
35 Abbey Street Lower, City Centre North, Dublin

Wynns Hotel Bar is great, but for a really enjoyable meal, try the hotel restaurant, which costs not too much extra. Obviously I spent longer there as the room was almost full and service is provided, not self-service as in the bar. Certainly in the future, I will make the restaurant the venue for appointments to meet visitors to Dublin with whom I wish to spend a while over a nice luncheon meal, with several choices on the menu.

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Rickshaw Chinese Restaurant
Kill Lane, Dublin 18, Deansgrange, Dublin

Looking for somewhere nearby for a nice meal, I accessed 'Deansgrange' on Menupages, and was impressed by the comments in the last nine diner-reports. We went along and chose the recommendations of 'Marcanthony' posted on 15 August 2008. Everything was as good as 'Marcanthony' reported. In fact, our only 'complaint' was that we got too much to eat! --- Four stars all round.

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Lamb Doyles
Blackglen Road, Sandyford, Dublin

We were enticed to go to this restaurant by an advert 'Two for Two' on the back of a Dunnes Stores cash register receipt. "Order 2 main courses and get 2 starters free". Polite barman said "the offer no longer applies as we are an Indian restaurant now". We ordered 'FISH AND CHIPS' and chicken wrapped in bacon. It was served in the pub bar(long overdue for refurbishment). My FISH AND CHIPS was OK. Hers was extremely disappionting. We will not be going there again.

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Arklow Bay Hotel
Ferrybank Arklow, Arklow, Wicklow

I brought three 49 seater coaches on Sunday 27 July, and here is what I have written to the hotel today: Thanks for looking after us so well yesterday (Sunday) both in the morning for t/c with freshly baked scones, butter, cream and jam. And also for looking after us for evening dinner. Between the three coaches, and that's a lot of diners, we never got a single critizism - only expressions of thanks and gratitude for most satisfactory meals, service and ambience. We will most certainly be booking with you again for our 2009 outing. D.

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Purple Ocean Restaurant
St Michael's Pier, Dun Laoghaire, Dublin

Sunday lunch today. Everything just fine. I had Lion of Pork for 22.50 euro, while guest had Green Curry for 25.00 euro. These prices included starters, dessert and tea/coffee. Venue full, but service very satisfactory, with no undue delay. Definite a place to add to 'My Favourites'.

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Greens Restaurant
Leopardstown Inn, Brewery Road, Leopardstown, Dublin

We are just back from an earlybird @24 euro for main course, starter or dessert and tea/coffee. Grilled Irish steak with trimmings most satisfactory. The chichen supreme with trimmings was also terrific Ambience and service great. Menu prices for evening meals however as shown on this site, is out-of-date, having increased. Four stars all round.

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