Restaurant Reviews from kmick

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52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 4

Member Since: 04 November 2008

Last Visit: 11 January 2011

The Best Restaurant

Cafe Paradiso restaurant

16 Lancaster Quay, Cork City, Cork

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Cuisine:
Vegetarian

Price Range:

Good
39 reviews

Reviewed 04th November 2008 ( visited 01st November 2008 )

The best vegetarian restaurant in Ireland by a culchie mile. Prices are higher than your average restaurant but thats because the food is lots better. Some of the food in here is so imaginative and delicious it puts most veggy restaurants to shame. I would guess if it was not vegetarian it could possibly get a Michelin star. The one downside I would list is that some of the combinations of food dont work for me. I have been four of 5 times and I would say two of those say 15 courses I just found taste combination weird and thats why I am only giving the food 4.5. This is personal taste though so dont let it put you off.
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Tippenyaki restaurant

39 Castlewood Avenue, South Dublin , Rathmines, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 6

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Cuisine:
Asian

Price Range:

Good
113 reviews

Reviewed 10th February 2009 ( visited 09th February 2009 )

Had the lunch bento box here for 9.95. It consisted of a miso soup, a portion of rice, two sashimi, a spring roll, a portion of sweet and sour pork and a portion of fruit (orange, strawberry, kiwi and melon). Very very tasty and good value.
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Govindas Restaurant (Abbey Street)
83 Middle Abbey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Govindas - I have eaten here twice and twice I have come away with the same conclusion. Friendly, Knowledgeable staff, good value, large portions, good atmosphere. The one thing that lets it down is the food. Its prepared in large trays under lights and thats always a bad start. I had the small mixed plate both times - its 5.50 and you get enough food for a big lunch portion. The 8 euro plate is huge and they heap it with food. There is a large plate as well but honestly it must be enough food for a family of four. I had a bean curry, rice and carrot bake and a tofu stroganoff with brown rice. Both the curry and stroganoff were balnd and uninspired with no strong flavours from either. The Rice and carrot bake was pleasant enough with a strong butter flavour. Overall if you like bland but uninspired vege food, lots of it, for a small price this place is for you.

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Yamamori Noodles
71-72 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Went here with a friend for lunch. I had the lunch bento which consisted of Miso Soup, Rice, Two pieces of sushi, chicken curry, some tofu salad and a green salad. My friend had the Ginger Chicken. Both were delicious. The service and atmosphere was very good. The one bad blip was the coffee which was horrible. Bitter and cold. Outside of that i will be going back.

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Tippenyaki
39 Castlewood Avenue, South Dublin , Rathmines, Dublin

Had the lunch bento box here for 9.95. It consisted of a miso soup, a portion of rice, two sashimi, a spring roll, a portion of sweet and sour pork and a portion of fruit (orange, strawberry, kiwi and melon). Very very tasty and good value.

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Cafe Paradiso
16 Lancaster Quay, Cork City, Cork

The best vegetarian restaurant in Ireland by a culchie mile. Prices are higher than your average restaurant but thats because the food is lots better. Some of the food in here is so imaginative and delicious it puts most veggy restaurants to shame. I would guess if it was not vegetarian it could possibly get a Michelin star. The one downside I would list is that some of the combinations of food dont work for me. I have been four of 5 times and I would say two of those say 15 courses I just found taste combination weird and thats why I am only giving the food 4.5. This is personal taste though so dont let it put you off.

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