Restaurant Reviews from lilhedda

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 21

Member Since: 01 September 2007

Last Visit: 12 March 2015

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Saison restaurant

21 Kildare Street, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Fine Dining

Price Range:

Great
40 reviews

Reviewed 30th May 2014 ( visited 29th May 2009 )

A quick Google revealed excellent reviews and a menu that sounded amazing. Upon seeing Graham Doderil as the chef I couldn't wait to try it. Eating there last night with my partner we were both blown away by the food. Modern French, beautifully presented and with smells and tastes that made our mouth water. Upon arrival we were presented with an amuse bouche of potato and truffle mousseline with fois gras sitting in a jus that was full of flavour. Delicious. We were offered a selection of freshly baked breads that were also delicious. Olive and goats cheese for me and sourdough for my partner. We were both delighted to be offered more of this serveral times as aside from tasting great nothing annoys me more then a restaurant that is stingy with bread. It's a small thing that makes a huge difference. For starters I had a fois gras, duck heart and scallop starter. All the components were perfectly cooked and melted in the mouth. The scallop caramelized perfectly and just done with a hint of translucency in the middle. These components sat in another stunningly flavorful jus. My partner chose the Mackerel with baby fennel and compressed cucumber again it was amazing.The mackerel skin beautifully crispy, the vegetable elements perfect accompaniments. I'm not a fan of cucumber generally but it gained a wonderful sweetness from being compressed that even I thought was wonderful. Both starters left did exactly what a starter should do leaving us wanting more and setting us up perfectly for our main courses. For these I had the Assiette of Rabbit which I had read amazing reviews for. It was quite simply stunning. The rabbit served three ways, the loin which was juicy and succulent, a ballotine that was packed full of flavour and a pate that was iron rich and delicious. The presentation was beautiful and the sauce was rich and sticky and brought the whole dish together perfectly. My partners main was a lamb dish, loin again perfectly cooked, pink, juicy and full of flavour, a pattivier or small pie with perfect pastry and sweetbreads that were fried in golden crumb and that were just melt in the mouth. It was another perfect dish. We had two sides baby potatoes with olives and green beans with chorizo that were also delicious and a generous size for two to share. The deserts that followed were also amazing. My partner had a 70% chocolate ganache with yuzu and cherries and cocoa sorbet paired with a fortified French Malbec. They worked perfectly together and the chocolate desert was rich and indulgent without being too heavy and again beautifully presented. I had a baked peach and gingerbread desert with star anise ice cream. This was also delicious, I'm a huge ginger lover so for me maybe the gingerbread could have had a slightly stronger taste of ginger but that's just my personal preference, it was a beautiful desert and paired perfectly with a light, crisp, sweet Voignoir desert wine. With the meal we had a bottle of Portuguese Red wine I forget the name but it was a blend of three grape varietels and was €37. It was a lovely red not too heavy but smooth and full of flavour. We also had two bottles of sparkling water and I had a perfect expresso. We had a voucher which made the meal exceptional value. Without this the bill would have been around €170 but for the quality of the food and the level of skillful high end cooking is still great value. I would also like to make special mention of the staff. The maitre d and sommelier were both true professionals and refreshingly not at all stuffy in their approach to diners. They were warm and friendly and came across as passionate about both food and wine. All the wait staff who served us were smiling and efficient. Service was attentive but not intrusive and this added greatly to our overall enjoyment of the meal. The restaurant itself has been decorated really well. Plush chairs and a generosity of space between the tables making it a really comfortable but stylish space. It is a long time since I have eaten somewhere that has provided a pretty much faultless dining experience but Saison did this last night. I cannot recommend this restaurant enough and am already looking forward to our return visit. If it maintains these standards I can see a Michelin Star or two headed it's way in the not too distant future.
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Il Segreto restaurant

13a/b Merrion Row, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Bistro

Price Range:

Good
147 reviews

Reviewed 13th June 2011 ( visited 08th June 2011 )

I and my partner ate here a week ago. The food was delicious and the restaurant is lovely. We both had a duck salad with pears to start and then lamb for a main course. The only thing that marred our evening somewhat was the waitress who was serving us as she was very unfriendly and didn't smile once. Looking around all the other staff appeared to be lovely. We ate here using a discount voucher and was pleasantly surprised that the wine included in the price was really nice. One thing that did annoy was the optional service charge that was automatically added onto the credit card receipt without asking first. As our particular service was so unfriendly we would not have left as much as we had been charged. We would recommend this restaurant, however will know to request that the service charge is not automatically added to the bill in future.
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Camden Kitchen
3A Camden Market, Grantham Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

Dined here as a couple for the first time with a voucher. We both had Wicklow pigeon as our starter. It was a generous portion and tasted good, great iron flavours however it was over done and as a result slightly chewy and the meat itself a little dry. For mains we had the steak which were both tender and juicy. We requested medium rare and they were leaning more towards medium but very nice nonetheless. The gnocchi accompaniment was tasty. I ordered coffee which was supposed to be included in the voucher we had and only realised I\'d been charged for it later. Service was really friendly and the restaurant is small and cosy. It\'s a friendly, quirky little place good value with a voucher or for an early bird. A few tweaks could improve the dishes we had to stand out.

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Brasserie Sixty6
66/67 Great South Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

Six of us dined here and had a good night. The restaurant was buzzing and the atmosphere was lively and perfect for the start of a night out in town. The complimentary bread was delicious but a minor irk was that the same portion was served at our table of 6 as was given at tables for 2. We had also ordered flat breads and dips which were delicious or else we would have been asking for more and I\'m sure getting more would have been no problem. Starters of calamari and mackeral were delicious. Mains were the burger, rotisserie chicken and 4 orders of beef short ribs. The burger was a generous one described by the diner as average and the chicken was fine again a generous portion but described as carvery like and not very exciting. The beef short ribs however are sensational. All 4 of us eating them devoured every mouthful. Falling off the bone, succulent and full of barbecue flavour. The sweet potato accompaniments were tempurad fries and puree again delicious and the corn on the cob the best I\'ve eaten. All presented beautifully. They were the wow dish of the night barbecue fine dining style. Desert was pecan pie which was smaller then imagined. A bigger serving a perhaps a slice instead of a tartlet with a lot more of the tasty filling would have been better as it was lovely. All in all it was a good night, service was very friendly if a little slow at times probably due to it being so busy and not enough to bother us. The atmosphere is great for a group night out probably less so for a romantic date. It is a little pricey but I will definitely be returning for the short ribs and good atmosphere.

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Saison
21 Kildare Street, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

A quick Google revealed excellent reviews and a menu that sounded amazing. Upon seeing Graham Doderil as the chef I couldn't wait to try it. Eating there last night with my partner we were both blown away by the food. Modern French, beautifully presented and with smells and tastes that made our mouth water. Upon arrival we were presented with an amuse bouche of potato and truffle mousseline with fois gras sitting in a jus that was full of flavour. Delicious. We were offered a selection of freshly baked breads that were also delicious. Olive and goats cheese for me and sourdough for my partner. We were both delighted to be offered more of this serveral times as aside from tasting great nothing annoys me more then a restaurant that is stingy with bread. It's a small thing that makes a huge difference. For starters I had a fois gras, duck heart and scallop starter. All the components were perfectly cooked and melted in the mouth. The scallop caramelized perfectly and just done with a hint of translucency in the middle. These components sat in another stunningly flavorful jus. My partner chose the Mackerel with baby fennel and compressed cucumber again it was amazing.The mackerel skin beautifully crispy, the vegetable elements perfect accompaniments. I'm not a fan of cucumber generally but it gained a wonderful sweetness from being compressed that even I thought was wonderful. Both starters left did exactly what a starter should do leaving us wanting more and setting us up perfectly for our main courses. For these I had the Assiette of Rabbit which I had read amazing reviews for. It was quite simply stunning. The rabbit served three ways, the loin which was juicy and succulent, a ballotine that was packed full of flavour and a pate that was iron rich and delicious. The presentation was beautiful and the sauce was rich and sticky and brought the whole dish together perfectly. My partners main was a lamb dish, loin again perfectly cooked, pink, juicy and full of flavour, a pattivier or small pie with perfect pastry and sweetbreads that were fried in golden crumb and that were just melt in the mouth. It was another perfect dish. We had two sides baby potatoes with olives and green beans with chorizo that were also delicious and a generous size for two to share. The deserts that followed were also amazing. My partner had a 70% chocolate ganache with yuzu and cherries and cocoa sorbet paired with a fortified French Malbec. They worked perfectly together and the chocolate desert was rich and indulgent without being too heavy and again beautifully presented. I had a baked peach and gingerbread desert with star anise ice cream. This was also delicious, I'm a huge ginger lover so for me maybe the gingerbread could have had a slightly stronger taste of ginger but that's just my personal preference, it was a beautiful desert and paired perfectly with a light, crisp, sweet Voignoir desert wine. With the meal we had a bottle of Portuguese Red wine I forget the name but it was a blend of three grape varietels and was €37. It was a lovely red not too heavy but smooth and full of flavour. We also had two bottles of sparkling water and I had a perfect expresso. We had a voucher which made the meal exceptional value. Without this the bill would have been around €170 but for the quality of the food and the level of skillful high end cooking is still great value. I would also like to make special mention of the staff. The maitre d and sommelier were both true professionals and refreshingly not at all stuffy in their approach to diners. They were warm and friendly and came across as passionate about both food and wine. All the wait staff who served us were smiling and efficient. Service was attentive but not intrusive and this added greatly to our overall enjoyment of the meal. The restaurant itself has been decorated really well. Plush chairs and a generosity of space between the tables making it a really comfortable but stylish space. It is a long time since I have eaten somewhere that has provided a pretty much faultless dining experience but Saison did this last night. I cannot recommend this restaurant enough and am already looking forward to our return visit. If it maintains these standards I can see a Michelin Star or two headed it's way in the not too distant future.

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Suesey Street
26 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

My partner and I ate here for our anniversary dinner. The food was excellent and there was a good choice of wine available at reasonable prices. I had the scallops for my starter and they were wonderful. My partner had the quail and it was also delicious. For mains we both had the lamb and it was also really good. We ordered side dishes of garlic and parmesan potatoes and green beans with pancetta and garlic. The beans were the only thing I wasn't too keen on they had another flavour running through them almost truffle like and I didn't like that, I would have preferred to taste the actual beans and the pancetta. Deserts were the lemon creme brulee tart with raspberry sorbet and the blueberry cheesecake with blueberry sorbet. Both were a very nice end to the meal. Service was very friendly. It took a while for us to be seated at our table but for us it was no big deal as we were happy to sit drinking our wine and relax. Once seated service was very good, attentive without being obtrusive. There was a good atmosphere as the place was packed and we will definitely return probably for the early bird as the a la carte is a bit pricey but worth it for a special occasion.

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Bon Appetit
9 James Terrace, Malahide, Dublin, Malahide, Dublin

My partner and I ate here for dinner and both ordered the set menu. We were also served amuse bouche and pre deserts. The food was fabulous. Our starters were both delicious, sea bass served witha wonderful crispy skin and my Dublin Bay prawn ravioli with lobster bisque was sublime. The breads served with our meal were lovely my only niggle being that we were not offered them again although the waiter had told us he would be back to see if we would like more. Not being offered enough bread is a pet hate of mine. Our main courses of venison wellington and pheasant were both outstanding and came with a nice selection of veg on the plate. We also ordered sides of dauphinoise potatoes and green beans. The potatoes were really good. For desert we both had the lemon and blackberry tart with lemon curd and ginger parfait. It was delicious. The amuse bouche was a chestnut foam which had a wonderful wild mushroom taste and our pre desert was a fig anise cream that was unusual but very tasty. Overall the meal was excellent and we found the service to be friendly and at the less stuffy end of fine dining which was a relaxing change from some establishments. One thing that I did notice was that our table was the only one without a candle which is a small thing but should not happen at this level of dining. We had a living social voucher and the staff were very accomodating about letting us use it past its expiry date. We would definitely eat here again especially for a special occasion as the food really is divine,

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Russos
18 Dame Street,, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Ate her last night with my niece & was disappointed. I'm 35 so when called girls multiple times it was odd, ladies is usually the form of address used. We had a voucher & asked to upgrade to a more expensive bottle of wine and pay the diff. This was met with confusion and mutterings of having to check. I explained we wanted a better bottle & was told it will cost more money. I pointed out that this was good for the rest as they would get more money. Getting a more expensive bottle of wine has never been an issue anywhere else. When we got our wine, the woman who seemed to be in charge opened it & poured a taste into my glass then plonked the bottle on the table & left. The norm is to wait to make sure its ok & then pour the glasses for you. V unprofessional. I had meatballs to start & my niece bruschetta. Both were fine but in an Italian I expect Italian bread, Ciabatta would have been nice instead of the very Cuisine de France French stick that made up the bruschetta & was served with my meatballs. We waited a long time for our starters & something to eat while waiting would have been nice. Bread with olive oil & balsamic would have done the trick. This is the first rest I've gone to in years that has not served something while waiting. Our main courses were tasty, Hake with olive oil mash, actually made with butter, my niece doesn't eat butter so we requested fries with this but the fish arrived with the mash. This was rectified quickly & the waitress was v apologetic. Pity it wasn't as advertised though. I had chicken it was fine but as an avid cook nothing I couldn't have made myself. The plates were not v hot which is never good. Dessert was nice Baked Baileys Cheesecake but the squirty cream was dated. We were served by 4 diff staff during the meal most rests have set staff per table. The rest was pretty empty and didn't have much atmosphere. The rest of the staff were friendly but I had used the voucher to try out the restaurant & sadly wont be going back.

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La Maison
15 Castle Market Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

My sister treated me to lunch here. We shared a starter which was a type of tart with very light, thin pastry, cheese and salad leaves. All in all it was very tatsty. For mains I had duck and it was beautifully cooked a nice pink, succulent and very tender. It came with lentils and was delicious. The portion was enough for lunch but for dinner I would have found it too small. My sister had the beef and it was pronounced delicious. Her portion size was slightly more generous. For dessert I had the Crepe Suzette Soufflé which was really good and looked great when it was set alight. My sis had the tart of the day which was strawberry and although nice nothing stand out. We had a bottle of Pinot Grigio and a bottle of sparkling water to drink. All in all the food was well cooked and presented and because we had a deal voucher was good value. Without the voucher I would rate it pricey for what you get. I would however like to commend the service which was excellent and really friendly. I will definitely eat here again as the food and service are both lovely but I think I'll wait for a deal just due to the price and the slightly small portions.

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Broadway New York Eatery
Unit 6, Custom House Square IFSC, City Centre North, Dublin

My partner and I visited here for lunch yesterday. We were very disappointed with the service. It was a nightmare trying to get the attention of one of the various waitresses who seemed to be experts at avoiding eye contact. When we eventually ordered we asked for two Philly sandwich specials these consisted of sliced steak, peppers, onions and cheese. Apparently, I say apparently as we ended up having to cancel the order to get back to work as we were so long waiting for our invisible food to arrive. I would have assumed that particularly as this was a daily special they would have the steak etc cooked and ready to pop onto the bread so how 20 mins after our 10 min wait to order they still hadn't materialized is a bit of a mystery. While the restaurant was very busy this is no excuse as the table of 4 men beside us who arrived after we did and had their order taken before us had their food well before we eventually left. The waitress didn't even say sorry when we said we would have to leave just "oh right" therefore despite the food looking good we will not be going back purely due to the terrible service we received.

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Vagya Restaurant
68-70 Botanic Road, North Dublin, Glasnevin, Dublin

My partner and I ordered takeaway from here on Friday night. This restaurant markets itself as being gourmet cuisine. We expected something lovely from the menu which had some unusual dishes. What a let down. The starters were average but overpriced for the small portions. The mains were very bland, my Tikka Masala had no flavor other than cream, it was like they forgot to put any spices into the sauce and the barbecued chicken again was tasteless. My partners lamb Ghorkhali curry had some mild heat but again no flavour or aromatic qualities and the lamb itself was dry and tough. Eating it was likened to chewing rubber. The garlic nann bread was actually quite good and that was our favorite item. We were also left short a Pilau rice and rang immediately to ask the restaurant to bring it. First we were told it had been sent and I had to emphatically reiterate that no we did not get it. Then we were told we would get it in 20 -25 minutes. We went ahead with our starters and left the curries sitting in the oven to keep warm. 50 mins later we gave up waiting and shared the one rice we had received. Just as well as it was 1 hour and 35 minutes later when the other rice arrived and it was cold. For 33 euro poor value, service and food. Maybe standards are better in the restaurant but I wont be giving it a try.

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La Cuvee @ Eno Wine Bar
1 Burton Hall, Mayor Square, IFSC, City Centre North, Dublin

I visited Eno Wine Bar with my partner yesterday. We ordered a a bottle of Malbec and an antipasti platter for two. It was delicious. Fresh Figs stuffed with Ardsallagh Goats cheese, wild mushrooms, olives, lovely meats and a really generous selection of Irish Cheeses. These were accompanied by crackers and breads. There was no issue getting an extra portion of bread when we asked for it as we were very hungry, The staff were really friendly and even though we were in early so there weren't many people inside it had a really chilled out vibe due to the good selection of music that was playing. As we were leaving people were starting to order food from the restaurant dinner menu which you can also eat in the wine bar, what we saw going by looked good. Great selection of wines and many reasonably priced bottles. Our Malbec wa 24 euros and delicious. It is nice to see Irish cheese producers supported as all the cheeses are Irish. It was our first time to visit and we will definitely be back.

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The Goblet
Malahide Road, Artane, Dublin

Had lunch here on saturday with my sister. She had the vegetable soup and was pleasantly surprised that it was actually homemade. It came with two thick slices of seeded brown bread. I had a roast pork sandwich with stuffing. The pork was tasty and not dried up the way carvery meat often is. We saw people eating dinner portions of food and the plates were loaded with food. It is what it is pub grub food but decent and generous amounts of it. The lady who brought our food to the table was very nice as well. Overall it seems like good value.

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Thai Spice
3A Talbot Place, Dublin 1 , City Centre North, Dublin

Love the Thai food here although a word of warning it is very spicy and I like hot food. The Penang chicken curry is delicious. My partner had the green chicken curry and liked it but thought the sauce was bit watery. We have been to Thailand and find the curry here is the closest to what we ate there. The platter of starters is great for sharing and very tasty. Love the satay sauce on the chicken in particular. Service was friendly. Also get takeaway from here sometimes and delivery is always very fast.

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Bombay Pantry Fairview
38 Philipsburgh Avenue, Fairview, Dublin

Excellent. Really delicious Indian food and lots of it. The butter chicken is amazing as is the Murg Chutney. Tried the Bombay Ribs for the first time and they are seriously good. Batada Vada is another favourute. We usually eat take away from here once every couple of weeks and delivery is always fast too.

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Yamamori Sushi, Tengu
38-39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

I ate here with a friend a few weeks ago, The food was lovely. We both had the tasuta aga and it was delicious. I had the cheesecake for desert and it was great. The crumble my friend had was the only let down as it was kind of odd, nothing like a traditional crumble and cold. Service was ok and the food is pretty good value for money. I love the complimentary green tea you get upon arrival.

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ely bar & brasserie
CHQ Building, Georges Dock, Dublin 1, City Centre, IFSC, Dublin

My partner and I ate here last night. We both ordered the burger from the main menu. They were listed as half pounders and what arrived was nowhere near that in size, they looked like quarter pounders . The portion of chips that came with it were lovely but the portion size was tiny, I'd say one small potato cut up, for 16.50 it was just not worth the money! It was only after we had finished that the we spotted the tiny barbeque menu on the table.You can actually order a burger from this for 10 euros with a choice of salad and a larger side of chips for 6 euros which would have been better value and a larger amount of food. The wine list is extensive but very expensive, most are over 30 euros a bottle which is a bit steep in these times. Plenty of establishments that specialize as wine bars offer much a much better selection of premium wines at a more affordable price. They do have some end of line wines but we were not told about these and only saw th eblackboard mentioning this on the wall behind the bar on the way out, maybe some of these might be better value. In short an average burger that left us wanting more with overpriced wine, totalling 62 euros. The best part of the meal was the service which was very friendly and efficient.Will we back? definitely not!

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ZAO Thai Restaurant
96B Omni Park Shopping Centre, Swords road , North Dublin, Santry, Dublin

My partner and I ate here with a City Deal voucher on the 23rd. Food was delicious, starter of duck with pancakes was the highlight really good. Mains were also very tasty and generous portions although the sides of rice could be bigger. Desert was ok, but nothing hectic. Service was friendly and our waiter especially was lovely. The food is particularly good value if you go with a voucher deal otherwise it might be a bit pricey. There is a two course option as well thats pretty good value though.

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Wagamama - Stephen's Green
St Stephen's Green Centre, South King St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I took my niece here for lunch. We both had the chicken katsu curry. It was really tasty and the pickled vegetables that came with it were delicious. Service was friendly and quick. Its a good option if your pressed for time and need to grab food quicky. My only issue is that it seems a bit overpriced compared to other Asian restaurants. On the upside the food is always fresh.

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Odessa
13 Dame Court, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

Had brunch here on Saturday. Food was lovely, Eggs Benedict was really good and love the home fries. The salad my friend had was generous and looked really tasty. Comfy chairs and subdued lighting was just what was needed after a night out. Seating is a little squashed but a minor complaint. The restaurant was busy as always and the service seemed a little disjointed however our waitress was very friendly. Odessa remains one of the best value and tastiest places for brunch in the city.

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Fallon and Byrne
11-17 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I ate here with a friend for lunch and it was delighted to see that the good experience I had here in May was repeated. I had the smoked apple wood salad with candied pecans to start and it was amazing. I'll definitely be having it again. My friend had another salad with cheese and also pronounced it delicious. We both had chicken, mildly spiced with nann bread, tatziki and salad. this was also good but the tatziki lacked punch tasting mostly of cucumber and very little garlic, if any. The bread served with the meal was very good, fresh and warm and I would definitely recommend the walnut bread in particular. For desert we had the Baileys Creme Brulee which was served with biscotti and coffee ice cream this was absolutely a winner rich, sweet and creamy. One of the best desserts Ive tasted in a long while. We had a large bottle of sparkling water and two coffees. Service was attentive and friendly. The restaurant was almost empty when we first arrived but had filled up by the time left and was buzzing. Overall a very enjoyable experience.

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Il Segreto
13a/b Merrion Row, City Centre South, Dublin

I and my partner ate here a week ago. The food was delicious and the restaurant is lovely. We both had a duck salad with pears to start and then lamb for a main course. The only thing that marred our evening somewhat was the waitress who was serving us as she was very unfriendly and didn't smile once. Looking around all the other staff appeared to be lovely. We ate here using a discount voucher and was pleasantly surprised that the wine included in the price was really nice. One thing that did annoy was the optional service charge that was automatically added onto the credit card receipt without asking first. As our particular service was so unfriendly we would not have left as much as we had been charged. We would recommend this restaurant, however will know to request that the service charge is not automatically added to the bill in future.

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Hugo's
6 Merrion Row, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I ate here on Saturday 23rd of April with my partner and another couple for lunch. We were very disappointed with the overall experience. I and my partner had regularly eaten here for dinner previously but the lunch failed to impress. Our starter of pork rillettes came without the bread that was listed on the menu to accompany it and when we asked for this the waitress looked confused. We were then waiting almost 5 minutes. What arrived was stale and had a really weird taste like old garlic bread. The chips that came with the steak were thin, overcooked and the portion was minute, they certainly bore no resemblance to the generous portion of chunky, fresh chips we have received in the past with dinner. My partners duck was tasty enough but came with appetizing looking boiled baby potatoes that looked gray and like they had been sitting somewhere for two long before being served. The steaks the remaining three of us had were all cooked well and tasted good, and the wine as usual was delicious but they were unable to make up for the let down of the rest of the meal. Service was okay but could have been friendlier. Highly disappointed as this restaurant has been a favorite of ours for the last couple of years. Wont be returning anytime soon.

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