Restaurant Reviews from TeletextPear

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52.5%

County: Cork

No. of Reviews: 10

Member Since: 29 September 2010

Last Visit: 28 January 2014

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Ristorante Rossini restaurant

33/34 Princes Street, Cork City, Cork

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Italian

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66 reviews

Reviewed 29th September 2010 ( visited 18th September 2010 )

I ate here with my boyfriend last week. We arrived without a reservation on a Saturday night but they were able to give us a table straight away. The set menus are pretty good value. I wanted a starter from one menu and a main from another and they were fine with me chopping and changing. Good, quick service too, even though the restaurant was packed.
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Ristorante Rossini restaurant

33/34 Princes Street, Cork City, Cork

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Cuisine:
Italian

Price Range:

Average
66 reviews

Reviewed 29th September 2010 ( visited 18th September 2010 )

I ate here with my boyfriend last week. We arrived without a reservation on a Saturday night but they were able to give us a table straight away. The set menus are pretty good value. I wanted a starter from one menu and a main from another and they were fine with me chopping and changing. Good, quick service too, even though the restaurant was packed.
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The Porterhouse (Parliament Street)
Parliament Street le Bar, Temple Bar, Dublin

I love coming here for food and few drinks. The atmosphere is always great. Food is your standard pub grub but it's top quality.

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The Market Bar
Fade Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Love it here. The portions are always huge and the early bird deal of two tapas and a glass of wine is fantastic. Will be back again.

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Zaytoon (Lower Camden Street)
44-55 Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

I always seem to end up here after a night out in Templebar. It can't be beaten for post-pub munchies, service is always quick and the food is great. Atmosphere isn't up to much but it's all about the taste in this place.

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Wagamama (Cork)
4/5 South Main St, Co City, Cork City, Cork

Love the style of Wagamama, the benches make it feel really intimate and authentic. I was a little disappointed with my meal - I had the katsu chicken curry - but my friend's dish was lovely. Id be willing to give them another shot but would try a different main. Coconut ice cream for dessert was lovely

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La Pizza
14/15 Upper O'Connell Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Had a little bit of a wait for a table but that's to be expected given the city centre location I suppose. Portions were huge, I had lasagne and it was lovely. Would recommend.

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Salamanca
1 St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I visited here with two friends for a birthday dinner and it was a great choice. We picked about 10 tapas dishes and shared them between us. The chorizo and bean stew was amazing, and everything else was really good too. For the amount of food we had it was pretty good value for money. Be sure to book ahead as there's always a bit of a wait for tables.

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Ristorante Rossini
33/34 Princes Street, Cork City, Cork

I ate here with my boyfriend last week. We arrived without a reservation on a Saturday night but they were able to give us a table straight away. The set menus are pretty good value. I wanted a starter from one menu and a main from another and they were fine with me chopping and changing. Good, quick service too, even though the restaurant was packed.

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Tante Zoes
1 Crow Street, Temple Bar, Temple Bar, Dublin

Went to Tante Zoe's after work with a friend for a quick dinner. We were the only people in the restaurant so we were seated straight away and our orders arrived quickly. I had the ostrich, which was great, and my friend had the gumbo, which she really enjoyed as well. A great spot for some deep south cooking

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Soup Dragon
168 Capel Street, City Centre North, Dublin

I visited Soup Dragon for lunch and took advantage of the €3 deal, which can't really be beaten for a good value lunch in the capital. It includes a small soup, bread and a piece of fruit. I've tried the vegetable and spicy lentil soups and both were great, they really taste homemade. The shop itself is quite small and seating space is limited so it's probably best for a takeaway lunch.

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Boojum
Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Italian Quarter, Dublin

I've eaten at Boojum a couple of times now and each time the food is great. The menu offers a wide choice of Mexican classics - I always go for the chicken burrito. The food is prepared in front of you, which is always great to see. Only slight downside, the seating area is a little small so it can get crowded at peak times but it's still worth waiting for a table.

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