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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 1

Member Since: 14 July 2009

Last Visit: 14 July 2009

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The Lord Edward restaurant

23 Christchurch Place, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 8

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Cuisine:
Pub Grub

Price Range:

Good
34 reviews

Reviewed 14th July 2009 ( visited 11th July 2009 )

I LOVE this restaurant! I have gone numerous times and it never fails to impress. When you walk into the restaurant it’s got a real wow factor - it feels like stepping back in time to a by-gone era – almost like walking into your Granny’s ‘good’ dining room with a spectacular view of Christchurch Cathedral as the backdrop. My husband took me for my birthday treat last Saturday, I ordered the avocado pear with crab and prawns for starters and my husband had the seafood chowder. Both left us licking our lips for more. I had the Scallops and Prawn Newberg which I’ve had before and couldn’t wait to try again and it is consistently great – my mouth just waters thinking of it! My husband had the Lord Edward Fish Pie and he loved it. We couldn’t fit in dessert so had an Irish coffee each to top off a lovely romantic meal. It has to be said also, that the waiters really add to the sense of timelessness of this restaurant – they are dressed in smart white shirts and bowties with crisp white aprons and their charm and attentiveness makes the whole experience of visiting this restaurant really enjoyable. Only drawback is its a tad pricey but worth it for a treat and they do a early bird menu now so will definitely make the most of that..this restaurant is a hidden gem.
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The Lord Edward restaurant

23 Christchurch Place, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 8

View on Map

Cuisine:
Pub Grub

Price Range:

Good
34 reviews

Reviewed 14th July 2009 ( visited 11th July 2009 )

I LOVE this restaurant! I have gone numerous times and it never fails to impress. When you walk into the restaurant it’s got a real wow factor - it feels like stepping back in time to a by-gone era – almost like walking into your Granny’s ‘good’ dining room with a spectacular view of Christchurch Cathedral as the backdrop. My husband took me for my birthday treat last Saturday, I ordered the avocado pear with crab and prawns for starters and my husband had the seafood chowder. Both left us licking our lips for more. I had the Scallops and Prawn Newberg which I’ve had before and couldn’t wait to try again and it is consistently great – my mouth just waters thinking of it! My husband had the Lord Edward Fish Pie and he loved it. We couldn’t fit in dessert so had an Irish coffee each to top off a lovely romantic meal. It has to be said also, that the waiters really add to the sense of timelessness of this restaurant – they are dressed in smart white shirts and bowties with crisp white aprons and their charm and attentiveness makes the whole experience of visiting this restaurant really enjoyable. Only drawback is its a tad pricey but worth it for a treat and they do a early bird menu now so will definitely make the most of that..this restaurant is a hidden gem.
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The Lord Edward
23 Christchurch Place, City Centre South, Dublin

I LOVE this restaurant! I have gone numerous times and it never fails to impress. When you walk into the restaurant it’s got a real wow factor - it feels like stepping back in time to a by-gone era – almost like walking into your Granny’s ‘good’ dining room with a spectacular view of Christchurch Cathedral as the backdrop. My husband took me for my birthday treat last Saturday, I ordered the avocado pear with crab and prawns for starters and my husband had the seafood chowder. Both left us licking our lips for more. I had the Scallops and Prawn Newberg which I’ve had before and couldn’t wait to try again and it is consistently great – my mouth just waters thinking of it! My husband had the Lord Edward Fish Pie and he loved it. We couldn’t fit in dessert so had an Irish coffee each to top off a lovely romantic meal. It has to be said also, that the waiters really add to the sense of timelessness of this restaurant – they are dressed in smart white shirts and bowties with crisp white aprons and their charm and attentiveness makes the whole experience of visiting this restaurant really enjoyable. Only drawback is its a tad pricey but worth it for a treat and they do a early bird menu now so will definitely make the most of that..this restaurant is a hidden gem.

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