Restaurant Reviews from ciaramcdona21239939

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Last Visit: 05 February 2014

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Hungry Mexican Restaurant @ Bodkins Bar

Bodkins Bar, 57 Bolton Street, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Mexican

Price Range:

Good
129 reviews

Reviewed 31st January 2014 ( visited 30th January 2014 )

Visited here with a voucher for 2 mains and a litre of margarita for my boyfriend's birthday. The food was amazing & the portions were huge, and they didn't skimp on the alcohol in the margarita as expected!! The nice little touches are what made it, the crayons and brown paper table cloths are a brilliant idea, and our server was courteous and welcoming. We will definitely be returning!
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Hungry Mexican Restaurant @ Bodkins Bar

Bodkins Bar, 57 Bolton Street, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Mexican

Price Range:

Good
129 reviews

Reviewed 31st January 2014 ( visited 30th January 2014 )

Visited here with a voucher for 2 mains and a litre of margarita for my boyfriend's birthday. The food was amazing & the portions were huge, and they didn't skimp on the alcohol in the margarita as expected!! The nice little touches are what made it, the crayons and brown paper table cloths are a brilliant idea, and our server was courteous and welcoming. We will definitely be returning!
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Bobo's Gourmet Burgers (Dame St)
50-51 Dame St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Best burgers in town. They do good meal deals too, but if you're after a bit of a selection of food you'll pay for it. Overall I'd recommend!

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The Oval Bar
78 Middle Abbey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Can't fault this place, nice for a light lunch or a dinner if that's what you're after! The staff are always welcoming! The one side note I do have, is the access to the bathrooms for women (not sure about mens) which are down a huge stairs, leaving my mum tired and out of breath. Otherwise top class!

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Iskanders Kebabs
30 Dame Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Alright food, pity the staff are cheeky trying to charge a 'tipsy' girl 8euro extra in hopes she won't notice!!

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Murphys Ice Cream Wicklow Street
27 Wicklow Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Flawless! Who couldn't love this place!!

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Captain America's Cookhouse And Bar
44 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Yummy food and good atmosphere, shame about the egotistic bartender chatting up the women at the bar and ignoring the customers who have to wait 10+ mins to order a drink!!

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Eddie Rockets (Wexford Street)
Wexford Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

Eddie Rockets (Or empty pockets, as I like to call it) is expensive fast food, but it IS nice for a treat every now and again. The waitress was nice and made small talk when I was paying, which is a nice gesture in Dublin!

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Burritos & Blues
2 Wexford Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

SO YUMMY!! Went here after a night out & will be returning very soon! They have a brilliant system of making up the food, leaving the line to move much faster & everyone is happy!!

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Pizza Hut
24 Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Went here for the 9.99 all you can eat- We must have went at the wrong time of day, the pizza was obviously sitting there for a good while before we got to it, leaving it a bit dry. Service was okay, nothing much to comment on to be honest.

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The Porterhouse (Central)
45-47 Nassau Street, City Centre South, Dublin

The food is grand, nothing to praise as I'm pretty sure it's all frozen food just cooked (the platters, anyway). They have a great range of beers and a good view on all floors (if you're not stuck in one of the many dark corners!) . Nice place to go for a quiet drink during the day

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Howl At The Moon
Lower Mount Street, City Centre South, Dublin

GREAT atmosphere, but haven't tasted the food to comment. Good place to go on a night out

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The Bagel Bar (Georges Street)
Georges Arcade, South Great Georges Street, City Centre South, Dublin

It's okay. Nothing much to be said- the food isn't amazing, but the only thing that keeps me returning when I need something small is the offer they have for '10th bagel free' ... They also do a offer of drink crisps and bagel for 7.50 (I think)....

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Lemon Jelly Cafe
Millennium Walkway, Jervis Street, Italian Quarter, Dublin

YUM! Best place to go 'people watching' & the staff are always kind and welcoming!

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Cafe en Seine
39 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Dawson Street, Dublin

Very luxurious, definitely a place to take people who aren't familiar with Dublin. Not really the place to go on a night out unless you have a hefty paycheck each month!!

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The Woolshed Baa & Grill
Parnell Street, The junction of Jervis street and Parnell street., City Centre North, Dublin

Decent bar food, but if you're not a football/sports fan, AVOID this place when there's a match on! There's no space that you'll be able to sit and enjoy anything other than the game!!

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Hungry Mexican Restaurant @ Bodkins Bar
Bodkins Bar, 57 Bolton Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Visited here with a voucher for 2 mains and a litre of margarita for my boyfriend's birthday. The food was amazing & the portions were huge, and they didn't skimp on the alcohol in the margarita as expected!! The nice little touches are what made it, the crayons and brown paper table cloths are a brilliant idea, and our server was courteous and welcoming. We will definitely be returning!

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il Divo Restaurant
2 Terenure Road East, (Above Comans), Rathgar, Dublin

Went here last week with my boyfriend with a voucher for basically half price food. The manager and waiters were LOVELY, as was the food, we were so full after the main course that we had to take a little 'break' before ordering dessert! Couldn't recommend this place enough, the prices are a little bit high, but you pay for good quality food. Amazing!

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

After reading all the rave reviews Crackbird have received, myself and my brother decided to give it a shot...and we were left...confused? I think we missed something. The food was nice, but expensive and not very much (quantity wise) for the price. The chicken we ordered must have been different- it was all breadcrumbs and very little actual chicken!! This meant it was a bit dry, so I asked what sauces they had, and they didn't have mayo or red sauce! I wasn't too worried, it was just funny how they didn't serve either! The waiter was lovely, he was up for a laugh and the atmosphere was good, if not a bit 'hipster'. I would return, but not for a while to see what other people thought and figure out what I did wrong!!

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Zaytoon (Parliament Street)
14/15 Parliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Great place to go for a bit of grub after a night out, so you know the staff are a bit sick of it all. Food is good and filling, although I remember the prices being a bit high for my pocket..

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Thunder Road Cafe
Fleet Street, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin

Brilliant service and food. Went here for my boyfriend's birthday with his group of friends, who thought it would be hilarious to tell the poor waiter that it was an engagement party....so when desert came around and we hadn't ordered, he came out with a big icecream sundea complete with sparklers and all!! We were so embarrassed, as was he when he discovered it was a joke, but he was so nice about it all, most waiters wouldn't have cared it was an occasion at all!

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