Restaurant Reviews from mandp

Status: Connoisseur

Credibility Score:
52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 36

Member Since: 21 December 2008

Last Visit: 14 November 2016

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Moloughney's Clontarf restaurant

9 Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
European

Price Range:

Good
79 reviews

Reviewed 10th May 2015 ( visited 04th April 2015 )

Hadn't booked but the accommodating staff squeezed us on. Tasty food, great service and nice atmosphere. We love coming to this restaurant and will be back again.
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Moloughney's Clontarf restaurant

9 Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
European

Price Range:

Good
79 reviews

Reviewed 10th May 2015 ( visited 04th April 2015 )

Hadn't booked but the accommodating staff squeezed us on. Tasty food, great service and nice atmosphere. We love coming to this restaurant and will be back again.
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The Lovely Food Co (Drumcondra)
94 Drumcondra Road Lower, Drumcondra, Dublin

I went here with a friend who had coeliac disease. The range of options for her was outstanding. It is a pity they don't have a bigger premises. Well done.

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Vikings Steakhouse
225 Clontarf Road, Dublin 3, Clontarf, Dublin

Fillet steak on lave stone is definitely worth ordering- great experience and absolutely delicious. All our dishes were beautifully presented and portions were generous. staff are v pleasant.

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Twenty2
22 Sion Hill Road, Drumcondra, Dublin 9, Drumcondra, Dublin

nice but but pricey for coffee and scone.

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Moloughney's Clontarf
9 Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin

Hadn't booked but the accommodating staff squeezed us on. Tasty food, great service and nice atmosphere. We love coming to this restaurant and will be back again.

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Il Corvo Restaurant
98-100 Upper Drumcondra Road, Dublin 9 , Drumcondra, Dublin

Disappointing with the small amount of fish stew, albeit that it was beautifully presented (with too much bread). Service was great for our party of 8. Overall comment was food v tasty but overpriced.

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L'Officina by Dunne & Crescenzi (Kildare)
Kildare Chic Outlet Shopping Village, Kildare, Kildare Town, Kildare

A bit pricey, especially for children and non discretionary 6% service charge on too of this is cheeky!

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Avoca Handweavers
Kilmacanogue, Bray, Bray, Wicklow

visited here for morning coffee and cake. Expensive but cake was delicious and portion generous. Coffee good too.Place was packed so Avoca continue to thrive in recession- well done.Got service with a smile too....

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Emilias Ristorante
Clock Tower, Enniskerry, Wicklow

Tomato soup and brushetta starters were great. beef in balsamic vinegar was fab and proportions were generous. chicken cacciatore was delicious. Desserts very disappointing- stodgy choc cake and doughy apple pie. Would return again but skip dessert!staff nice.

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Beaumont House
1 Shantalla Road Beaumont, Beaumont, Dublin

food good but pricey and served by staff who are not warm and friendly.shame about this as it's close to home but I resent having to be served by staff who seem to dislike their job!

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The Long Man Of Kilfane
Dublin Road, Thomastown, Thomastown, Kilkenny

Avoid unless v stuck. staff nice but food v basic and overpriced. Salad was 85% helmanns mayonaise. Sausage basket is not a basket of sausages so beware!!!!!

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Avoca Cafe (Suffolk Street)
Avoca, 11 Suffolk Street, City Centre South, Dublin

top notch service with a smile and top notch food. a wee bit expensive but I'll still return again and again!

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The Fatted Calf
Church St., Athlone, Athlone, Westmeath

dined here on Sun.food was great and extra portions of spuds& bread provided at no extra cost.crayons provided for kids.plenty of parking. will be back

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Pichet
14/15 Trinity Street, Dublin , City Centre South, Dublin

quite pricey but very nice.fish which was fab but could have done with treble the portion of garlic potatoes. the trifle for dessert was outstanding.service was super-attentive but not intrusive.great to see the place so busy in these current times of recession.

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The Nuthouse
Howth Road, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin

Booked dinner for 3 here on a Friday night- very quiet which is sign of times I guess.Butternut squash soup was delicious and came with tasty homemade bread.Med salad and stuffed pepper starters both got thumbs up. The portion of chicken fajitas for main was generous as was the John Dory which was superb.The service is top class. There are special prices available at linchtime and special offers for 2 or 3 courses may attract more people in to this 'hidden' gem.

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Chatham Brasserie
Chatham Street, City Centre South, Dublin

was here for lunch with work colleagues.My green salad starter was disappointing- expected nice dressing rather than just bottles of olive oil and vinegar.sea trout was lovely as were the bowls of icecream we all had for dessert.service was super.

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Moloughney's Clontarf
9 Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin

Was here for Sunday lunch with my husband while grandparents minded the children. Meal was nice. Starter portion was on the small side.Service was very slow- about an hour between starter and main course.

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Rocketts Of The Metal Man
Westown Tramore, Tramore, Waterford

Ate here with my husband and 2 small boys. Service pleasant but food not great value.Ordered sparr ribs but waht was served was bacon, not pork.

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The Left Bank Bistro
Fry Place, Athlone, Westmeath

This place was buzzing on Christmas Eve and though it's not cheap for lunch, I love coming here for good food, nice venue and good service.

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Restaurant Ten Fourteen
324 Clontarf Road, Clontarf, Dublin

Returned here because of prev good service & great food.Soup and melon starters didn't disappoint. Hake was delicious.Pear crumble as good as ever and plenty big for two. Hot choc was a bit heavy on sugar but that was the only minor complaint.

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Il Caffe di Napoli
41 Westland Row, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Came here for breakfast with my husband for breakfast after scan of my 20wk old unborn baby in Holles St! Nice venue and menu.Husband had cooked breakfast while I had the homebaked scone. Coffee very good but would have loved a bigger cup! Service not particularly friendly.

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Caffe Parigi
17 - 19 Sir John Rogerson's Quay, City Centre South, Dublin

Best value in town, especially given it's south of the Liffey.Great range, excellent value panini and coffee. Will survive any recession if it keeps this value up!

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The Birdcage Cafe
Avoca Rathcoole, Naas Road, Rathcoole, Dublin

Came here with husband and 2 small boys. The young lads loved the special kids' offer. It's expensive but service was very good. the person clearing our table brought fresh glasses of iced water and a good supply of replacment napkins for cleaning messy boys' faces and hands.

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Coachmans Inn
Airport Road, Cloghran, Dublin

Came here with my husband and 2 small children for Sun carvery. Portions were very generous, including kids menu dishes. Latter very limited - nuggets or sausages with chips. Desserts not as good as mains.Staff pleasant.

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Angel Park Eatery
5 Lower Mount Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Glad to see this place is thriving during the recession.Still a bit pricy but Iove the ,menu and portions are always very good.

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Boulevard Cafe
27 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

Had lovely dinner here with 2 friends on a busy Fri night.Bruschetta was fab-generous portion of beautifully flavoured tomatoes. Sea bass was very tasty but a bit on small side. My friend's beef was super.apart from a girl singing at loud volume at end of night from her table, it was a very enjoyable night.

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Jaipur Restaurant (George's Street)
41 South Great Georges Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre South, Dublin

Went here with nine friend.there were no restrictions on booking times i.e early or late sittings, so we booked for 8pm.Plenty of space between tables so we didn't have to listen to other diners' conversations.Extensive menu with something to suit everyone.My starter of prawn and crab was small but delicious.Seafood curry was lovely with plenty of seabass. Mango icecream was oppular dessert choice.Service was very good but not intrusive.

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Doheny and Nesbitt
5 Baggot Street Lower, Baggot Street, Dublin

This place is hard to beat in terms of friendly and quick service. very quiet due to recession I assume though high % of customers appeared to be having liquid lunch!I'd the tasty, reliable chicken wrap.

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Grogans and Nannie Murphys Sea Food and Steak Bar
Glasson, Athlone, Westmeath

Great food, prompt service, reasonable value- what more could you ask for!?.

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Poppy Fields Sandwich Bar
Paynes Lane, Athlone, Westmeath

Came here for morning coffee and scone.Staff friendly and coffee good.Decor needs improvement but the place is clean.Will return!

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Dobbins Restaurant
15 Stephen Lane, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Best value lunch in Dublin.I love the fact that the same value is available also during the crazy Christmas season when most restaurants reduce choice and increase prices. Great menu- food tasty and well presented. Recommend the crab salad and the duck. You won't go wrong whatever dessert choice you make!

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The Egg Cafe (Avoca Rathcoole)
Naas Road, Rathcoole, Dublin

This place never fails to satifsy as is evidenced by the large crowds even on a Monday during a recession.Super choice of home made food, fabulous salds (I always go for the broccoli, feta and hazelnut) and despite the large portions I always have some space for the tempting desserts. The kiddies menu is very good value pie, smoothie and HUGE biscuit for five euro. This place will always draw me in.

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The Cheese Pantry
104 Drumcondra Road Upper, North Dublin, Drumcondra, Dublin

Was here with some of my girl friends.Great menu.Surroundings basic but food lovely.Desserts were a bit on expensive side for a lunch menu but when one of the girls complained about the teeny portion of tart she got, they took price off menu so 100% for service.Will be back

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Andersons Foodhall & Café
3 The Rise, Glasnevin, Glasnevin, Dublin

Love this place though it's not cheap.Shame it doesn't open a bit later in the evening -it would get more of my business if it did!We arrive just as kitchen was closing and there was no way staff would allow us order hot food which left bad taste in my mouth as Ive given lot of business previously. We stayed to enjoy dessert and coffee.

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Andersons Foodhall & Café
3 The Rise, Glasnevin, Glasnevin, Dublin

Came here at breakfast time (usually here for lunch) and had scrumptious scrambled eggs, nice toasted homemade bread with real butter. Coffee portions could be more generous (cup VERY small).No sign of recession here-trade was busy at 1000!

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Andersons Creperie
1A Carlingford Road, Drumcondra, Drumcondra, Dublin

Nice food but not cheap.Also some staff not welcoming of babies.

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Kennedys Food Store
5 Fairview Strand, Fairview, Dublin

Super place to treat yourself- the Warm Chocolate & Ginger Brownie With Murphy’s Ice Cream is yummmmmmmy!Staff are nice.

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