Restaurant Reviews from amodo

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 3

Member Since: 12 August 2014

Last Visit: 20 April 2016

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Salamanca restaurant

1 St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Spanish

Price Range:

Good
731 reviews

Reviewed 12th August 2014 ( visited 03rd June 2014 )

We had a lovely evening. We were presented with a complimentary glass of cava for booking on Menu Pages, service was swift and friendly and professional. The food was fantastic. The only negative was the extremely raucous group in the middle of the restaurant.
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Casa Del Toro restaurant

88 Drumcondra Road Upper, Drumcondra, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Mediterranean

Price Range:

Good
7 reviews

Reviewed 20th April 2016 ( visited 15th April 2016 )

Service, atmosphere and décor were all lovely. We had two small children with us and there was plenty to suit them on the menu. While the food was very tasty the portions were a bit too small to share, which to my mind, takes some of the fun out of tapas. We had hummus, steak, meat balls, spinach stuffed filo pastry (about the size of two small samosas), potato bravas, a portion of chips, a bread basket (€2.50), (and something else involving lamb) two complimentary sangrias, two beers, two cordials and one glass of wine. The bill came to €78. We didn't stay for desert because the kids were tired (and we thought that we had done well to get an hour and a half out of them). We were full and the experience was very pleasant...high praise from a woman with a toddler. I'll definitely return to try the deserts.
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Casa Del Toro
88 Drumcondra Road Upper, Drumcondra, Dublin

Service, atmosphere and décor were all lovely. We had two small children with us and there was plenty to suit them on the menu. While the food was very tasty the portions were a bit too small to share, which to my mind, takes some of the fun out of tapas. We had hummus, steak, meat balls, spinach stuffed filo pastry (about the size of two small samosas), potato bravas, a portion of chips, a bread basket (€2.50), (and something else involving lamb) two complimentary sangrias, two beers, two cordials and one glass of wine. The bill came to €78. We didn't stay for desert because the kids were tired (and we thought that we had done well to get an hour and a half out of them). We were full and the experience was very pleasant...high praise from a woman with a toddler. I'll definitely return to try the deserts.

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

We had a lovely evening. We were presented with a complimentary glass of cava for booking on Menu Pages, service was swift and friendly and professional. The food was fantastic. The only negative was the extremely raucous group in the middle of the restaurant.

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Il Corvo Restaurant
98-100 Upper Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9 , Drumcondra, Dublin

It was very busy an as a consequence very noisy. Two meat balls as a kids menu portion seemed a little mean. The food was quite nice but I felt that the starters were very small and the description of the Devil's Delight desert as layers of ice-cream, chocolate sauce, meringue and nuts was very misleading.

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