Restaurant Reviews from evelyn.gilmartin84246381

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 3

Member Since: 02 January 2015

Last Visit: 21 July 2015

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Pho Ta Vietnamese Restaurant

6 Cope Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Vietnamese

Price Range:

Good
25 reviews

Reviewed 21st July 2015 ( visited 16th July 2015 )

I've eaten here on numerous occasions and the food is always good. In particular the vietnamese spring rolls are to die for (though a little pricey) and the pho is amazing - the broth is the best I've tasted. Highly recommended for the lunch special at 9 euro 50, including a drink, but equally the prices are low enough that an evening meal won't break the bank.
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Pho Ta Vietnamese Restaurant

6 Cope Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Vietnamese

Price Range:

Good
25 reviews

Reviewed 21st July 2015 ( visited 16th July 2015 )

I've eaten here on numerous occasions and the food is always good. In particular the vietnamese spring rolls are to die for (though a little pricey) and the pho is amazing - the broth is the best I've tasted. Highly recommended for the lunch special at 9 euro 50, including a drink, but equally the prices are low enough that an evening meal won't break the bank.
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Mao Restaurant (Chatham Row)
2-3 Chatham Row, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I ate here for the first time and opted for the nasi goreng. It was a bit bland tbh - could have done with some lime to squeeze into it, or a bit more paste in the rice itself. Saying that, I would try other food on their menu - just not that dish again. The place is lovely if you can get an outside seat and the staff are very friendly.

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Pho Ta Vietnamese Restaurant
6 Cope Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

I've eaten here on numerous occasions and the food is always good. In particular the vietnamese spring rolls are to die for (though a little pricey) and the pho is amazing - the broth is the best I've tasted. Highly recommended for the lunch special at 9 euro 50, including a drink, but equally the prices are low enough that an evening meal won't break the bank.

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Morrison Grill
The Morrison, Ormond Quay Lower, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

I had an afternoon tea here, as a treat when my mum was over to visit me. It was so disappointing, I was embarassed that I had taken her there. Where to start, the sandwiches were cut into 8 pieces out of two slices of bread, but with the crusts left on, so that effectively we were eating crusts.. the scones were overbaked, the cakes were stale. The only good thing on the menu were the macaroons. I had bought a deal, so it cost me 32 euro for the two of us, but it honestly wasn't worth even half that amount for the quality of the food served. I can't believe a hotel of this level, could serve such a poor afternoon tea. I could make far better myself....

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