Restaurant Reviews from Spud87

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 2

Member Since: 14 July 2010

Last Visit: 27 July 2010

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Saba restaurant

26-28 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Asian

Price Range:

Good
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Reviewed 27th July 2010 ( visited 22nd June 2010 )

This was my third visit to Saba and as usual it does not fail to disappoint. You are assured a busy but controlled atmosphere and high quality food every time. I had the Phad Thai Noodles this time which were my least favourite dish I have sampled at Saba, however this was not because of the quality it was more a quantity issue as i was incredably hungry and did not have a side. Overall Saba is difficult to fault, it is highly relieable if you want to be ensured a good feed and an enjoyable evening. I am also a big fan of their takeaway in Rathmines to which I am a more regular visitor and if you want the Saba Experience in your own home it lives up to its name!
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Saba restaurant

26-28 Clarendon Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Asian

Price Range:

Good
843 reviews

Reviewed 27th July 2010 ( visited 22nd June 2010 )

This was my third visit to Saba and as usual it does not fail to disappoint. You are assured a busy but controlled atmosphere and high quality food every time. I had the Phad Thai Noodles this time which were my least favourite dish I have sampled at Saba, however this was not because of the quality it was more a quantity issue as i was incredably hungry and did not have a side. Overall Saba is difficult to fault, it is highly relieable if you want to be ensured a good feed and an enjoyable evening. I am also a big fan of their takeaway in Rathmines to which I am a more regular visitor and if you want the Saba Experience in your own home it lives up to its name!
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Shanahan’s on the Green
119 St. Stephens Green, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

Visited Shanahans for the first time with my girlfriend on our anniversary. I had been advised that it was pricey and went in with the knowledge that I would be paying top doller and was so hoping that the food would live up to the price tag. Well I was not dissapointed it was fantastic. From the bread hand cut at the table (Don't Fill up on bread its very easy to do but you will regret it later), to the fantastic selection of sorbets & ice creams for dessert it was perfection. I had the Crab starter & my girlfriend had the soup, both were perfect. The top prise however must go to my fillet steak which you could have eaten with a spoon. Do not be tempted to get the large portion of onion strings or fries as you will have more then enough in the regular size portion. The large which I saw being delevered to another table oppsite could have been enough for 4 people or more. The only gripe I might have was that the atmosphere was ruined by a loud and obnoxious crowd at the table oppsite but there was nothing the restaurant could do about that really. All in all total perfection and I will return no doubt.

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

This was my third visit to Saba and as usual it does not fail to disappoint. You are assured a busy but controlled atmosphere and high quality food every time. I had the Phad Thai Noodles this time which were my least favourite dish I have sampled at Saba, however this was not because of the quality it was more a quantity issue as i was incredably hungry and did not have a side. Overall Saba is difficult to fault, it is highly relieable if you want to be ensured a good feed and an enjoyable evening. I am also a big fan of their takeaway in Rathmines to which I am a more regular visitor and if you want the Saba Experience in your own home it lives up to its name!

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