Restaurant Reviews from StonedKermit

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 20

Member Since: 12 August 2010

Last Visit: 08 February 2012

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L'Gueuleton restaurant

No 1 Fade Street, Off Georges's Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
French

Price Range:

Good
362 reviews

Reviewed 12th August 2010 ( visited 23rd July 2010 )

You never know if you'll get a table because they don't take bookings, but we turned up and they found us one in the courtyard, which was a great spot. I had the french onion soup to start which is a meal in itself, but amazing! For main had the baked fish with chorizio broth and knicker berry glory for dessert, all delicious, beautifully cooked food. The service was fantastic, especially for such a busy night and you can go straight up to No Name bar upstairs for an after dinner drink. Highly recommended, will definately go back.
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L'Gueuleton restaurant

No 1 Fade Street, Off Georges's Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
French

Price Range:

Good
362 reviews

Reviewed 12th August 2010 ( visited 23rd July 2010 )

You never know if you'll get a table because they don't take bookings, but we turned up and they found us one in the courtyard, which was a great spot. I had the french onion soup to start which is a meal in itself, but amazing! For main had the baked fish with chorizio broth and knicker berry glory for dessert, all delicious, beautifully cooked food. The service was fantastic, especially for such a busy night and you can go straight up to No Name bar upstairs for an after dinner drink. Highly recommended, will definately go back.
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The Butcher Grill
92 Ranelagh Village, South Dublin, Ranelagh, Dublin

The restaurant here is small and cosy and the table are quite close together without feeling like you're intruding on someone else's night. We had the prawn bruschetta to share as a starter which was delicious. For mains we opted for the rib eye and burger and both were awesome. The steak had a lovely charcoal taste from the grill and the burger can definately lay claim to the best burger in Dublin, fresh tasting and rich on flavour. We had a bottle of Rioja which was average but we weren't there for the wine. The service was excellent, with our waiter friendly, chatty and knowledgable. While the prices here are a bit steep our bill didn't blow my wallet to pieces, would definately come back.

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Eden
Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin

The restaurant itself is set very nicely with a big open kitchen that makes for interesting viewing while waiting for your food. The decor is lovely and the place has a nce buzz about it. I had the crab salad from the brunch menu and loved it. The flavour of the curried aioli and beetroot go beautifully together. The service was impecable with our waiter friendly and knowledgable. Would definately return.

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Pichet
14/15 Trinity Street, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

From the moment we came in here until we left we were made to feel welcome. The service here is impecable, very attentive without being intrusive and very friendly. We had the hen's egg, which was amazing and risotto to start followed by the salmon and duck. All the food was beautiful with great flavour combinations, although the risotto was a little too sweet. The Sommelier made a great recommendation with a difficult mixture of dishes and we left here extremely happy. Although this is not the cheapest place in Dublin I would highly recommend it as it is great value for money and is now top of my 'favourite places to eat in Dublin'.

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The Port House
64a South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

First time here and the place was nice and busy. Seated upstairs which is nicely decced out. the whole place is lit by candle light which gives a nice atmosphere although can leave you squinting to see sometimes. Extensive wine and food menu with plenty of choice and all reasonably priced. We ordered the seafood paella, bread with tomato and garlic olive oil, calamari and garlic and piri piri chicken wings. The bread was soggy from the tomato sitting on it too long but the flavour was good and the seasoning for the chicken wings was siiting at the bottom of the dish so we didn't get any flavour until our last couple of wings. All in all good value for money although it seems the dishes may be a bit hit and miss.

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Bibi's Cafe
14b emorville avenue, South Circular, Dublin

Great little place that I seem to be becoming a regular of. Love the way the kitchen makes you feel like you're in someone's home with them cooking for you. Also has an ever changing menu that keep things fresh with delicious food that is great value. Will definatly keep coming here for lunch and breakfast.

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Ukiyo
7-9 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I come here quite a lot for the bento box at lunch and it never disappoints. Staff are always friendly and the bento box is exactly the right size to leave you full but not bursting and good value at 10 euro.

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Crackbird
60 Dame Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

This is a real 'get them in, get them fed, get them out' place. It's cheap and that's what you're there for. Food is good for the price, although the menu is limited. Service is frantic with staff bouncing around the place obviously run off thier feet and super loud music means you won't stay long after finishing your food as you can't have a conversation. If you want to relax while you're eating this is not the place, but if you want a quick cheap bite while in town, as long as you don;t have to wait for a table this is pretty good.

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Rustic Stone
South George's Street, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

Nice place that has a good menu, but it is very expensive for what it is. The steaks being brought out on a hot plate is a nice gimmick, but not for eveyone as you have to cook your own steak. Service was excellent and the place has a nice relaxed atmosphere. Food was tastey, but no better than any other restaurant in Dublin.

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L Mulligan Grocer
18 Stoneybatter, Stoneybatter, Dublin

Amazing service and awesome selelction of beers. The food is good as far as pub grub goes, but not really restaurant standard. The atmosphere here is very good and I would definately come back just for the beer selection and friendly knowledgable service.

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Yamamori Noodles
71-72 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Great place and great value. Really tastey food and so good for the price. Me and my girlfriend went on a Saturday afternoon and the atmosphere was nice and busy without being too noisey. Highly recommended.

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Roly Saul The Restaurant
The Mill House, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14, Dundrum, Dublin

Went along and had the 2 course set menu. Service wasn't great, we were served and then left alone the whole night. No check back to see if our food was ok, no telling us what the soup of the day was, no refill of water, no topping up of wine. The atmosphere was also very sombre in the dining room. The food looked like something I would make at home and was pretty average. I had the cod and chips and my girlfriend had the chicken with apple and parma ham stuffing. The best thing about the meal was the Alsace Gewerztraminer, which was delicious. Won't be coming back anytime soon.

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TriBeCa
65 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Had to wait for a table to be cleared for us outside even though there seemed to be a lot of staff on for the amount of people in the restaurant. Had the chicken wings that were delicious, although the blue cheese dip could have been more cheesey. Once we had ordered our wine and food no one came to see us again to see if we wanted more wine and sat there with empty glasses for a while. Eventually had to go inside to ask for the bill as no staff came to see us. Staff were friendly enough, but wouldn't rush back.

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The Dropping Well
Classon's Bridge, Milltown, Milltown, Dublin

This is our local, but we'de never been so gave it a try. We sat in the outside conservatory which is great on a nice evening. The host who I think was the owner was very friendly and welcoming. We had the steak deal with a drink which was great value. The steak itself was not a great cut of meat, but all the sauces and sides that came with it meant this really didn't matter.

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Wagamama - Stephen's Green
St Stephen's Green Centre, South King St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Cool place to come and eat with a real buzzy atmosphere about the place. Menu has great choice and seeing some of the other dishes I hadn't chosen come out I will definately be coming back.

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Nandos (Dundrum)
Sandyford Road, Dundrum Town Centre, South Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin

Good place to come and just have a relaxed meal. Staff are friendly and it's in a good location with a good choice on the menu.

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L'Gueuleton
No 1 Fade Street, Off Georges's Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

You never know if you'll get a table because they don't take bookings, but we turned up and they found us one in the courtyard, which was a great spot. I had the french onion soup to start which is a meal in itself, but amazing! For main had the baked fish with chorizio broth and knicker berry glory for dessert, all delicious, beautifully cooked food. The service was fantastic, especially for such a busy night and you can go straight up to No Name bar upstairs for an after dinner drink. Highly recommended, will definately go back.

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Mao Restaurant (Dundrum)
Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14, Dundrum, Dublin

We were sat upstairs and there weren't many people so the place felt a bit empty. Service was average, nothing amazing or bad. Food was very average, had a curry that tasted of cocnut and not a lot else. Good location near the luas and parking in the shopping centre.

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Johnnie Fox's Pub
Glencullen, Dublin Mountains, Glencullen, Dublin

Came up here for a drink and ended up having the seafood chowder and steak sandwhich. Excellent value for money with very good service and a real homely atmosphere to the pub full of trinkets and knick-knacks you could spend all day looking at. Will definately go back.

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Manifesto
208 Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6, Rathmines, Dublin

Turned up on a Saturday night without a booking and they managed to find us a table which was good. After this felt we were largely ignored though, took a long time to take our order and once it was taken no one came back to offer us more drinks or check on us which was a shame as my girlfriend's beer was warm. I had the Al Pacino pizza which was very nice and tasted fresh. Good buzzy atmosphere, but considering how many staff were on the service was pretty bad.

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Pinocchio Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
Luas Kiosk, Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Very friendly and helpful staff. Antipasto platter a great starter to share with a group. Starter muscles themselves aren't very big, but there was lots of them. I had the seafood spaghetti in tomato sauce for main and didn't like the sauce very much, but the food that the others I was with had was beautiful. Excellent steak and market fish dish was amazing. Atmosphere was nice and buzzy and right next to the luas was a big plus. Would definately go back.

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