Restaurant Reviews from gerdub

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52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 5

Member Since: 14 April 2008

Last Visit: 20 February 2011

The Best Restaurant

The Forty Four Hotel & Bar restaurant

Main Street, Swords, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Pub Grub

Price Range:

Good
11 reviews

Reviewed 16th April 2008 ( visited 16th April 2008 )

Popped in for lunch today and I was pleasantly surprised. I got the Sweet and spicy chicken (large) with chips and salad and it could have fed an entire army. The chicken was fantastic and the chips were real. Great atmosphere, not too busy or packed just comfortable and not expensive at all. Well deffo pop back in for some lunch soon.
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Lemon (South William St) restaurant

66 South William St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Cafe

Price Range:

Good
46 reviews

Reviewed 22nd December 2008 ( visited 19th December 2008 )

i love the nutella crepes in lemon. got a hot choc there 2 with loads of marshmallows and they were all 2 die for. might be a bit expensive but worth it as a treat on a trip to town. With a fractured foot it was a great place to stop and compose ourselves after 90% of grafton street was trying to knock me over and break my other leg haha. its very small but you can eat the crepes on the go they taste grate anywhere oh and do try the toasted ham cheese and tomato sandwich its fantastic. will be back on my next adventure to town :)
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Chilli Shaker Indian Restaurant
River Mall, 32-36 Main Street, North Co. Dublin, Swords, Dublin

Not too packed for a Sunday night but the food was amazing and the service was fantastic. It was my first time there but my friends had been there before I will deffo be making a return to sample a few more dishes from the menu.

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Lemon (South William St)
66 South William St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

i love the nutella crepes in lemon. got a hot choc there 2 with loads of marshmallows and they were all 2 die for. might be a bit expensive but worth it as a treat on a trip to town. With a fractured foot it was a great place to stop and compose ourselves after 90% of grafton street was trying to knock me over and break my other leg haha. its very small but you can eat the crepes on the go they taste grate anywhere oh and do try the toasted ham cheese and tomato sandwich its fantastic. will be back on my next adventure to town :)

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Old Plaza Restaurant
Unit 20, 1st Floor, The Plaza, Swords, Dublin

ordered a take away the other night and it was fantastic. great service wasn't waiting 2 long at all and after about 30 mins there were 2 clean plates with a load of spare prawn crackers mmmmmmmmm prob the best take away in swords

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Indie Spice Grill
Burgundy House, New Street, North Co. Dublin, Swords, Dublin

we went here for a birthday dinner last night and it was bloody amazing. From start to finish the service was great really warm and welcoming. I was on crutches and help was always at hand. 6 of us and no one had any complaints about the food. I had the chicken corma which was yummy and my girlfriend had the tika masala which was lovely not 2 hot just a nice kick to it. The AK47 cocktail is to die for but watch out its a bit strong haha. Price was really good value for money and we got free shots and a birthday ice cream with a sing song 2. Deffo check it out, will be back for more fun soon.

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The Forty Four Hotel & Bar
Main Street, Swords, Dublin

Popped in for lunch today and I was pleasantly surprised. I got the Sweet and spicy chicken (large) with chips and salad and it could have fed an entire army. The chicken was fantastic and the chips were real. Great atmosphere, not too busy or packed just comfortable and not expensive at all. Well deffo pop back in for some lunch soon.

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