Restaurant Reviews from domican9238979765
Status: First Timer
No. of Reviews: 4
Member Since: 29 August 2016
Last Visit: 03 October 2016
35 South William Street, Dublin 2, South William Street, Dublin, Area Code:
Reviewed 29th August 2016 ( visited 24th August 2016 )Cool, relaxed and dim lit atmosphere with subtle music in the background. Food is excellent, in particular the million dollar fries were delicious.
65 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 6
Reviewed 03rd October 2016 ( visited 02nd October 2016 )Went for a meal in Tribeca with my dad lastnight to try out their famous chicken wings. Great service, great food and very affordable. For around €13 you get the guys of 30 chicken wings which is enough for any man! Will definitely be back in future.
5 South Richmond Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin
Aussie BBQ is one of the safe havens used amongst my group of friends when we're indecisive about where to eat. The food is excellent, well priced and service is great. Last Sunday I got my usual meat board with pulled pork, which is a safe and tasty platter of tender chicken, well cooked beef and delicious slow roasted pulled pork bathed in apple relish. Instead of my usual sweet potato fries, I opted to try their new bacon pulled pork fries and was pleasantly surprised. They're seriously tasty, and the portion is huge for less than six euro. There are lots of new additions to the menu which is great to see. My only complaint is the awful 'funky house' music that was blaring throughout the restaurant. Please turn it down or put on something a little more suitable!
65 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin
Went for a meal in Tribeca with my dad lastnight to try out their famous chicken wings. Great service, great food and very affordable. For around €13 you get the guys of 30 chicken wings which is enough for any man! Will definitely be back in future.
10 Wellington Quay, City Centre South, Dublin
The burgers are amazing, especially considering the price. Easily my number one go to burger place in the city for a casual lunch. If I had to make a complaint it would be that the restaurant deserves it's own proper seating area! It is essentially a smoking area for the Workman's club, which is fine considering Wowburger is a new venture, but I would love to see them allocate some proper seating. Aside from that, this remains one of my favourite places to eat in Dublin.