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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 3

Member Since: 06 March 2011

Last Visit: 11 April 2011

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McHugh’s Wine & Dine Restaurant

59 St. Assam's Park, Dublin 5, Raheny, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Bistro

Price Range:

Good
106 reviews

Reviewed 11th April 2011 ( visited 02nd April 2011 )

We come here for lunch on a Saturday fairly regularly – every few weeks or so. The food is reasonably priced, and well cooked, provided in pleasant surroundings. We usually have the soup and panini combo, although in the past we have had a larger meal – starter and main course. The house salad is good. The thing I would flag up is that the lunch menu doesn't seem to change much. Last week the soup of the day was carrot and coriander, which was delicious. In fact the soups are always good. I had the gammon and cheese panini and himself had the parma ham.
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Brasserie Sixty6 restaurant

66/67 Great South Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Brasserie

Price Range:

Good
1079 reviews

Reviewed 06th March 2011 ( visited 05th March 2011 )

This restaurant has had a lot of positive reviews, but sadly we were not impressed. Perhaps we should have appreciated that it was likely to be extremely busy on a Saturday night: it was positively heaving. It was also very noisy with loud music of a tempo designed to make you eat quickly, which I never like. The food, which was served promptly enough came in large portions and was adequately cooked, although my rare rib-eye steak was on the cremated side. I had the crab salad to start which was really very nice and cheese to finish, although I had my doubts about a, really very ordinary, cheeseboard that described Red Leicester as a type of cheddar! Service was enthusiastic, if not particularly knowlegeable about the menu. However the clincher that will certainly prevent us from returning was the quite disgusting state of the toilets. Yes, it was getting late on a busy night, but that's no excuse.
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McHugh’s Wine & Dine Restaurant
59 St. Assam's Park, Dublin 5, Raheny, Dublin

We come here for lunch on a Saturday fairly regularly – every few weeks or so. The food is reasonably priced, and well cooked, provided in pleasant surroundings. We usually have the soup and panini combo, although in the past we have had a larger meal – starter and main course. The house salad is good. The thing I would flag up is that the lunch menu doesn't seem to change much. Last week the soup of the day was carrot and coriander, which was delicious. In fact the soups are always good. I had the gammon and cheese panini and himself had the parma ham.

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Tibor's Bistro
11B Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin

We've now had lunch here a couple of times, and both times were very happy with our meal. Yesterday's lunch was excellent - perfect for a light Sunday lunch. We both had the most wonderful tomato soup to start, then I followed it with the fish special, which yesterday was grilled plaice with tiger prawns. Scrummy! Himself had chicken which he said was very good. We didn't bother with dessert as we were both full by then. Service was prompt and efficient, and the place has a nice friendly atmosphere, with unobtrusive music. We'll be back.

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Brasserie Sixty6
66/67 Great South Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

This restaurant has had a lot of positive reviews, but sadly we were not impressed. Perhaps we should have appreciated that it was likely to be extremely busy on a Saturday night: it was positively heaving. It was also very noisy with loud music of a tempo designed to make you eat quickly, which I never like. The food, which was served promptly enough came in large portions and was adequately cooked, although my rare rib-eye steak was on the cremated side. I had the crab salad to start which was really very nice and cheese to finish, although I had my doubts about a, really very ordinary, cheeseboard that described Red Leicester as a type of cheddar! Service was enthusiastic, if not particularly knowlegeable about the menu. However the clincher that will certainly prevent us from returning was the quite disgusting state of the toilets. Yes, it was getting late on a busy night, but that's no excuse.

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