Restaurant Reviews from claireday45

Status: First Timer

Credibility Score:
52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 4

Member Since: 02 April 2010

Last Visit: 02 April 2010

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Half Moon Crepe Company restaurant

Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Casual Dining

Price Range:

Good
6 reviews

Reviewed 02nd April 2010 ( visited 31st March 2010 )

WOW they've dropped their prices. I've been here before and the crepes are brilliant but I can't believe the value they're giving now. Ham & cheese was €6.20 is now €4.90, Tuna Melt was €6.20 is now €4.90. Traditional was €4.50 is now €3.50 and Chocolate is down from €5.50 to €4.50. When we saw the new prices we thought the crepes would be smaller or have less fillings but hallelujah they were the same fantastic crepes they've always been. The other good news is that hot chocolate is down to €2.50. Staff are always friendly and it's very clean and bright. Well done to them for making such drastic price reductions, the best Crepes in Dublin are now available at affordable prices. BRILLIANT VALUE.
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Kestrel House restaurant

Walkinstown Cross, Walkinstown, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 12

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Cuisine:
Pub Grub

Price Range:

Average
8 reviews

Reviewed 02nd April 2010 ( visited 04th January 2010 )

This was the worst dining experience I've had in a long time. My brother and I both had a stir fry and it was terrible. If I'd cooked it at home myself I would have been ashamed to hand it to anyone. It wasn't cheap either. Absolutely dreadful. In their defence it was late in the evening when food service was almost over but nothing justifies serving up dross like this.
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Lemon (Dawson St)
60 Dawson St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

This place is always busy because it's so close to Trinity. There are better crepes available elsewhere at much lower prices but I suppose you're paying for the Dawson St. factor. The menu is extensive which is good, but coffee is poor and the omelettes are rip off. Toasted sandwiches looked big although I've never tried them.

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The Halfway House
Walkinstown Road, Walkinstown, Dublin

Been here several times for Sunday lunch or weekday evening meal. I've never been disappointed and I've always left feeling I've been served good food at reasonable prices. Brought my mother here a few Sundays before and she was able to get reduced portions which are available for OAPs. A nice touch. Highly recommended for pub grub,

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Kestrel House
Walkinstown Cross, Walkinstown, Dublin

This was the worst dining experience I've had in a long time. My brother and I both had a stir fry and it was terrible. If I'd cooked it at home myself I would have been ashamed to hand it to anyone. It wasn't cheap either. Absolutely dreadful. In their defence it was late in the evening when food service was almost over but nothing justifies serving up dross like this.

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Half Moon Crepe Company
Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin

WOW they've dropped their prices. I've been here before and the crepes are brilliant but I can't believe the value they're giving now. Ham & cheese was €6.20 is now €4.90, Tuna Melt was €6.20 is now €4.90. Traditional was €4.50 is now €3.50 and Chocolate is down from €5.50 to €4.50. When we saw the new prices we thought the crepes would be smaller or have less fillings but hallelujah they were the same fantastic crepes they've always been. The other good news is that hot chocolate is down to €2.50. Staff are always friendly and it's very clean and bright. Well done to them for making such drastic price reductions, the best Crepes in Dublin are now available at affordable prices. BRILLIANT VALUE.

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