Restaurant Reviews from naraigh

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 38

Member Since: 21 September 2007

Last Visit: 21 December 2014

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Antica Venezia restaurant

97 Ashfield Road, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 6

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Cuisine:
Italian

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88 reviews

Reviewed 21st September 2007 ( visited 10th August 2007 )

Really like this restaurant. It’s a bit cramped and can be warm but the service is excellent, has a great traditional atmosphere - no pretentious bland decor. Food is nothing overly imaginative but is always great. It also opens for lunch on a Friday and you can get a selection of the evening menu for less euros.
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Antica Venezia restaurant

97 Ashfield Road, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 6

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Cuisine:
Italian

Price Range:

Good
88 reviews

Reviewed 21st September 2007 ( visited 10th August 2007 )

Really like this restaurant. It’s a bit cramped and can be warm but the service is excellent, has a great traditional atmosphere - no pretentious bland decor. Food is nothing overly imaginative but is always great. It also opens for lunch on a Friday and you can get a selection of the evening menu for less euros.
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Roly Saul The Restaurant
The Mill House, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin 14, Dundrum, Dublin

Had the pre-theatre menu very early on a recent saturday so when we went in there were only 2 other tables occupied giving very little atmosphere so a bit of background music would be a good idea in these circumstances so that you're not consious of the neighbouring table hearing every word you say. Its a nice restaurant and a good spot for people watching as you sip on wine. We were greeted by a very friendly front of house and shown to a table upstairs. Given we were feeling a bit rough (and looking it) from the night before, I was a bit self consious going into a somewhat upmarket restaurant like this but we were treated as valued as the lady in the fur across from us! Asparagus soup to start was excellent, chicken in parma ham with mushroom sauce & rosemary potatoes were all excellently cooked if a little small looking in portion size. Desert of a selection of icecream with cookies that had a dusting of cinnamon were yum and after I gave in that the main course was plenty big in portion!!! Overall great value with 3 courses of good quality food €29. Will go back and recommed it too.

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Eden Bar & Lounge
Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin

After work friday visit to this place recently. We had chicken wings which was a decent portion but they were a bit soggy and soup which was good decent veg soup. I had chicken in garlic butter which was nice but there was an awful lot of garlic. Chips are good. Other had the dish of the day which was a grilled cod dish which was really good and i was sorry i didnt order! Service is excellent here, very attentive and quick. Will go back to sample more of the menu.

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The Old Orchard Inn
76 Butterfield Avenue, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Went here for after work beers & food. I ordered off the menu a chicken in filo pastry dish, dont remember it saying it is served on a bed of mash and i ordered chips but I wasnt charged for them. The chicken was a bit too dry and the filo pastry was just a mountain of mess on my plate as it fell apart while trying to eat it. It was overall a pretty bland dish. So i was very jealous of another of the group who decided to order the BBQ deal for €10...a pint of beer + baked potatoe, ribs, burger...i cant remember what else there was on it but a great deal, think its due to finish soon though as the summer comes to an end. Service was grand, prompt but not intrusive. All in all if i was going for beers & had to eat id prob get something else off the menu to give it a go again but wouldnt be overly hopeful based on this experience.

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Excelsior Oriental Restaurant (Rathfarnham)
106 Nutgrove Avenue, South Dublin, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Got takeaway delivery at the weekend from here. Was looking forward to it following the great reviews on here but was very dissappointed. It was delivered very quickly which is good. But the food wasnt great at all. None of us finished it, struggled to get through it. It just didnt taste that great and one duck dish had about 4 pieces of duck in it! Prob wont bother with it again...dissappointing!

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The Hairy Lemon Traditional Pub & Restaurant
Stephen Street Lower, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

3 of us called in for food as we'd been told in the past it was good. They had a special offer on, Free starter (chicken wings or garlic bread) + choice of roast duck or roast chicken for just €14.95. Sounded good to us so we all had chicken wings and 2 of us had roast duck, the other choosing roast chicken. There were 3 chicken wings on the starter with some greenery...! Ok i know it was for free, so it should have struck us it would be too good to believe it would be a decent size portion but they didnt lead us to believe it would be anything other than worth ordering! Anyhow they were nice, we just would have liked a few more, chicken wings being so moorish and all! So we then waited for our mains which were brought out when our starter plates were still on the table, so we'd to lift them up and wait for the mains plates to be put down and then hand the starter plates to the server. Now there is crispy duck and there is 'this might break my tooth' crispy duck, the later of which we were served. It was just about edable. The mash was nice, the roasts veg a bit pityful and old looking. Our friends roast chick was fine, nothing too exciting but not dried to the extent of the duck. I am always wary about ordering something thats likely to have been precooked (roasts/carvery) and usually will go for something that requires fresh cooking and i should have stuck with this rule and ordered off the normal menu but i got reeled in by the special offer! If they keep putting out food like this on their offers/deals menu then they wont get any custom back, which defeats the purpose of the meal deals that are rolling out in a lot of pubs around Dublin during the recession. This is a great drinking pub alright. Might go for food again but wont be rushing back and will order from the normal menu.

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The Yellow House
1 Willbrook Road, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Called in for few drinks and food. 2 of us had chicken and chips. I would say it is good quality food they are serving but a small half chicken with a very small handfull (maybe 12!) chips for the price of €16 is not good enough. Yes the food was nicely cooked and all but thats far too expensive for what it is. Other members of the party had burgers which were fine but again the offering of chips was pityful. May eat here again as its local but convenience would be the only reason. Service was fine, didnt notice good or bad so acceptable i guess would describe it.

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The Studio Cafe
54 Rathfarnham Village, Rathfarnham, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Had late breakfast here today. Got 2 sausage, 2 bacon, 1 fried egg, 1 hash brown and chips for €7.50...decent value in my opinion in comparison to some other breakfast cafes. It was all pretty fresh as far as i could gather, nice quality food, tasty and not greesy. My friend had a panini which she said was very nice. This plus 2 soft drinks came to €21. As much as you would want to pay for going out for breakfast/brunch. Staff were prompt but it wasnt busy. Will visit again.

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Allegro Grill & Pizzeria
7 Castle Street, Tralee, Kerry

Called in here to get a Sandwich & Panini. Were about 3 tables occupied. We were starving and quickly ordered. We should have gotten up and left as the longer we sat there the more we noticed about how dirty the place was. 20mins later the sandwich was ready, plated and left on a counter top unattended and uncovered while the place was swarming with flies. It was a further 15mins before the Panini appeared. The floor looked like it hadnt been swept in days. There was a small spillage on it right in the middle of the floor that was still there when we were leaving. There was food on the floor under the table, the seats had food stains on them. And their process for cleaning the tables was to go to a used food tub with water and a cloth sitting in it, squeeze out the cloth, wipe down the table and put the dirty cloth back in the dirty tub of water. The Health Inspector needs to pay this place a visit, its disgusting.

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La Caverna Restaurant & Wine Bar
12 Fownes Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Popped in for quick bite. Just ordered mains. I had chicken with mushroom sauce with bacon on top, mashed potatoes - big serving of chicken on nice mash and the sauce was very tasty. Friend had the duck which she said was yum. Ordered side of garlic potatoes between us, not very garlicly, a bit greesy and i think there was sundried tomatoes in there, not really sure but they werent neccessary but they were still nice. Both were happily full at the end. The place itself was busy so good atmosphere. A bit dark though, on such a nice sunny evening prob should have gone somewhere more outdoorsy. And it is a little cramped. The 2 mains+1extra side came to €40 which is ok. Would come back again but would try make the early bird. Its tasty and filling but dont expect out of this world.

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Uisce Restaurant
The Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, City Centre South, Dublin

Had friends staying here so decided to join them for dinner. I dont know why, maybe because the hotels been there so long and ive seen many hotels like this before with very old fashioned decor, but the hotel is actually really nice and modern! The menu had a pretty decent choice. A few starters were ordered, and then they started to come out in dribs and drabs...some of the party were left waiting for 5mins...which is a pain. Servings were pretty small. Mains came out in the same manner, left waiting for 5mins+ for some dishes and aside from the steak and pasta the servings were again quite small. Mashed potatos were pushed to the side, described as tasting burnt and watery! Ordered desert and they were again slow coming out. I ordered the vanilla icecream with butterscotch sauce and peanuts & cashew nuts - there were 2 'mellon ball' sized scoops of icecream, one vanilla and one chocolate and i found one half a peanut and no further nuts! And from my description above you might guess the scoops of icecream were tiny. Lots of fruit to compensate. Lovely cocktails but felt like they were looking to get us to top them up every half hour. So over all wouldnt go back, food was medicore and servings too smal for the price and the service was a nucience. Its a pity because its a nice place and the bar and cocktails are nice, good if you fancied a few cosy/romantic drinks.

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The Market Bar
Fade Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Came here for some food after work with friends. This is a very big bar but no sign of a recession here, it was full on a Wed evening and still full when we were leaving at 9, so a good atmosphere. We had meatballs, potatos, fish, omlette. All pretty good. Would prob go again but wouldnt be raving about the food. Service was fine, attentive but not intrusively. I was treated to dinner so cant comment about the value. Over all a good option for an informal meal when meeting with friends.

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Bellagio
92 Terenure Road North, Dublin 6W, Terenure, Dublin

Had dinner here on Saturday night. Hadnt been here before (its been recently done up). The welcome wasnt great, more like absent. Theres no welcome point and you walk straight off the street into the dining rooms where the other diners are kinda sitting there lookin at you and you know they are thinking get in and shut the door...given the weather has been rough id say theres been a few chilly diners over the past few weeks so best get a table down the end of the room. Anyhow we had a booking and after about 10minutes standing at the door a waiter finally brought us to our table. The room is very open so you wont have a cosy, romantic meal here. Took about 10mins to get the waiters attention to order our food but it was pretty good when it came out. Salmon on brown bread was well received. Minestrone soup was nice, nothing exceptional. Lamb cutlets very good and likewise fillet steak - as has been said in previous reviews the pepper sause is yum. No space for desert so the above, with a bottle of wine, came to €86. Presentation was very good and all food nicely cooked so all in all it was good value. The atmosphere/setting of restaurant would put me off coming back. Service was a bit all over the place too but nothing major.

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The Lotts Cafe Bar
9 Lower Liffey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Had dinner here on Sunday as we were in the area. Had to wait for 15mins for a table which was fine. Was quite busy with an after shopping/never made it to the shops crowd! Nice atmosphere. Its a nice bar with good character. Ordered garlic bread between 3 for starters - ciabata with swiss cheese melted. Was very tasty but maybe a bit too greesy. I had chicken supreme which was really good and a decent serving, steak sandwich was massive but friend was really dissappointed with the pan seared beef - though the beef was good quality and tasty and the pototoes likewise thats literally all there was. A small fillet of beef resting on a small bed of mash. It was too small to fill someone and too small for €20. There wasnt a veg in sight and not even a garnish. More effort and more food required here. Service was good. Fairly good value except the beef. Will probably try it again.

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Pacinos
18 Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Had dinner here this evening early after a day in the shops. There were just a couple of tables taken, given it was only 5pm. Very cozy in there even though it was mostly empty. Waitress was very pleasant, giving advice on dishes. Had garlic bread and mushrooms to start, both were very tasty and arrived quickly. Mains followed promptly; carbonara was a bit light on bacon, Cajun chicken was tasty. Nothing exceptional about either and a side of gratin potatoes ordered never arrived - didn't bother following up as had plenty of food but was looking forward to them so a bit disappointing. The meal was fine, not overly impressed given the good reviews on here, but will probably give a try again.

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Howards Way (Rathgar)
8 Orwell Road, Dublin 6, Rathgar, Dublin

Went for breakfast with friends. As the other reviews say it is a bit cramped but its fine so long as you arent planning a private, intimate meal. Food (usual fry up) was ok, was a bit dry and over cooked. Have been better places for brekkie but my friends rave about it so maybe we had an off day. The waitress brought out 2 breakfasts with the wrong eggs too but sorted it quickly and without fuss. Will prob give it a try again and maybe for dinner.

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Rody Bolands
12-14 Upper Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin

Have eaten here many times when out for drinks. Its fairly decent pub grub and service (table) is always good. Tend to go for a burger or the omelette, something you're fairly sure is freshly cooked as Ive had some dry offerings! Would definitely recommend for beer food! Was in Rodys last night (18th Feb). Had an Omlette and chips - absolutely yum! Omlette was so good, perfectly cooked and the chips home cut and chunky. Better than i have had before will go back again soon!

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The Woolshed Baa & Grill
Parnell Street, The junction of Jervis street and Parnell street., City Centre North, Dublin

Had been in here for a drink before but not food. Its pub grub as everyone says but lots of choice and variety as you'll see from the menu. Just had the half chicken wings, half chips. Twas pretty tasty washed down with some badly missed Oz beer. Servers were a bit slow alright but not too bad. This is a great place for watching sport and for before the cinema. Also there's something on there every night - Monday is comedy night, €5 cover charge for 5 comedians, great value! Also karaoke during the week and quiz night too. Would recommend for the nightly events, atmosphere, food and price.

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The Port House
64a South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Visited after work with friends. Very busy spot. Its got a nice atmosphere, but very dark in there! Wine was good. Food was fine, very small servings (as is the way with tapas) but a bit too small i feel, even for sharing as i think is kind of the idea with Tapas. Also found the food a bit greasy. Didnt feel it was somewhere to rave about but maybe just not my taste. Would go again if was invited.

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Nandos (Dundrum)
Sandyford Road, Dundrum Town Centre, South Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin

Used to go to Nandos in Oz so was happy to see it open in Dublin. Nandos is what it is: a chicken & chips joint with no frills! So dont go expecting anything else and complaining about it. You get shown to your table, choose from the menu and then go order and pay for it at the counter. You get your glasses for your drink which you fill yourself, grab your cutlery and a bottle of Peri Peri sauce/dressings if you want to top them up on your food. Myself and my sister called in. Ordered a meal deal - basically for €26 you get a whole chicken + large side (chips, it was more than enough for 2 of us and i like to be really full when i eat out) and a bottomless soft drink each. The chicken is chargrilled. You choose your level of hotness of peri peri sauce - i think medium is fine, its spicey but not so much that you cant taste the food. Anyhow our meal was really tasty and really filling and I feel good value in comparison to going to the likes of TGI, Eddie Rockets or Bennigans who all serve way over rated and over priced food with generally bad service. Theres nothing as annoying as going into a restaurant and waiting for ages to give your order, especially if youre starving! So here you dont have to wait, just go up and order. I dont know how it works if you want to order desert as you've already paid but the waiters did ask if we wanted to order so maybe they take the order, im not sure! Will definitely go back and hopefully it will remain to satisfy. So tired of going to Dundrum and getting the crap food and service you get at the earlier mentioned establishments for ridiculous prices. I recommend you give Nandos a go!

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Thai House
21 Railway Road, South Co. Dublin, Dalkey, Dublin

Group of six eat here last week. 6 main courses + 1.5 bottle of wine was €165 which is just about acceptable seeing as we only had a main course. Nice welcome on arrival and staff were all fine. Food was good but nothing exceptional but then im not the biggest Thai fan. Portions were plenty big. The place is badly lacking in atmosphere. Although its quietly relaxing every word you say can be heard by the neighbouring tables as theres no music at all that i could remember hearing. Anyhow its not a bad spot.

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Millstone, A Dublin Restaurant
39 Dame Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Had dinner here on Saturday. Left it till Friday to book so choice was 6.30pm or 9.15pm, so its best maybe to book a bit earlier than the day before. The restaurant itself is nice enough, has character but could do with a little bit of a sprucing up. Service was good except the waitress trying to explain a dish and using the term 'or something like that'...! Both had Butternut Squash soup which was fine but a bit sweet for my taste. Followed by Wild Boar & Apple Bangers and Mash - we didn't seem to be over impressed and I had an excellent Fillet Steak, cooked perfectly with yum home fries. Dessert was a chocolate cake which wasn't too heavy but with a side of Champagne Sorbet that didn't seem to go, in my own opinion. All in all it was a good meal €97 inc. bottle of wine, maybe a tiny bit steep - but i cant complain when 2/3rds the food bill was mine! Worth making a visit. The guitar doesn't start till 8pm so we only got about 10mins of it which we were sorry about but we'll time it differently next time.

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Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK Temple Bar)
Unit 1, Temple Bar Square, Dublin 2 , Temple Bar, Dublin

Called in here last week with a few friends. Cant say we were impressed. The chips were crap - seriously, put some effort in people! Burger was ok but nothing exciting or particularly tasty. My friends agreed. There was extra toppings ordered that never came out. And a side of salsa was like water! They got our neighbours orders wrong too but they couldnt be bothered sending it back. It wasnt that busy on the night in question. When the bill came down we realised it was much lower than it should be - again they had gotten something wrong. And this is something i would never usually do but we played dumb and under paid them - only because the food was substandard and the service not great either!

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South William
52 South William Street, South William Street, Dublin

Was only in for drinks. but this is a nice bar. also has an upstairs. funky music. service is good and the mojitos are excellent - €10 each but worth it. will be back soon to sample the pies!

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The Leopardstown Inn
Brewery Road, Stillorgan, Dublin

Went for bite to eat here recently. Had read reviews in the paper about it which prompted us to give it a go. Was disappointed. Pate for starter was ok, deep fried mushrooms were miserable, tiny and very greasy. Both had sirloin steak for mains. They were over cooked though we requested medium and were accompanied by average chips and a pepper sauce that tasted like soup! €75 for 2 minerals, 2 mains and 2 starters that were below average is not acceptable and wont be going back.

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Luigi Malones Restaurant
5/6 Cecilia Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Overpriced for what you get. Its extremely cramped in here and very noisy. Quality of the food was ok - not food id come back for.

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The Dropping Well
Classon's Bridge, Milltown, Milltown, Dublin

Menu here has a huge selection. Its always been good - have been in for food lots of times. Service is good. Some of the options are a bit pricey for pub grub. Will go back again and again for convenience, its always the same standard.

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Toscana City Centre
3 Cork Hill, Dame Street (opposite Dublin Castle), Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin

Was here a few months back for a family party. Wouldnt go again. Food was alright but nothing to rave about, there is much better around. Service was efficient but not with a smile.

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The Grand Central Cafe Bar
O'Connell Street, O'Connell St, Dublin

Its always busy in here, good atmosphere, get lots in to watch sport and after work people too. Food is good value, its usually served up quickly and is of a good standard with good sized portions. its a good option for a feed when your around O'Connell st. Will definitely continue to visit.

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Cactus Jacks (Middle Abbey St)
Millennium Walkway, Middle Abbey Street, City Centre North, Italian Quarter, Dublin

Had dinner with friends. Service was only ok, our waiter seemed a bit absent minded. Extra side order didnt arrive until the end of our main course - when this happens in restaurants do they really think you want it at that stage? No apology but at least it didnt appear on the bill. Nice cocktails. Wouldnt be too excited about going back again.

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The Queens Bar & Steakroom
12 Castle Street, Dalkey, Dalkey, Dublin

Have being in here a few times at lunch time, all i can say is where in gods name do they get their staff from? They wander around aimlessly avoiding the customers, getting the orders wrong and serving your food to somebody else and not with a smile at that - and this includes what appears to be the food manager. The menu is limited for a lunch menu. On the other hand the restaurant at night was quite good on the occasion i was in. But for the prices you pay for food in a pub these days everything about it is poor

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Smyth's of Ranelagh
75 - 77 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Smyths is a great pub for drinking, great service and usually a good atmosphere. But sadly the food is of a very low standard. Its nearly always dried up, deep fried & re-fried. You can get an ok toasty but dont go in for anything more. Its such a pity, Ranelagh has about 5 pubs and none of them are any good at pub grub. Ranelagh has so many restaurants that you have to wait to get into that if some of the pubs upped their game they would do well on the overflow (or those tired of waiting for tables in Ranelagh).

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Benito's
46-47 Castle Street, South Co. Dublin , Dalkey, Dublin

Have been here twice and can only say its ok. Foods fairly bog standard and nothing to get excited about. Service is quite good and on the night my group visited they gave us all a free drink and some free desserts - but reading all the other reviews they seem to be giving out freebies on a regular basis and you would have to wonder how they can afford to and are they compensating for something else all the time. I wouldnt really bother visiting again.

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TriBeCa
65 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Have been here many times. Tribeca trio for lunch usually - bowl of wings, chips and salad. Have to say the place is way too cramped. Also staff not overly pleasant, especially a particular manager. I have lived in Ranelagh for a few years and the only time I go here is when companions want to go. It’s not a bad spot but it’s over rated.

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Bijou Bistro & Wine
46/47 Highfield Road, Dublin 6, Rathgar, Dublin

Have eaten in the bistro downstairs and it was great. just popped in on the off chance and got a table straight away and had our 2 courses and back out the door within an hour which was great as we were in a hurry. Went back to the restaurant upstairs for which we booked a table. We were booked for 6.15pm so it was quiet when we got there first and the 3 waiting staff standing smiling hello on the way in made me a bit nervous. But it filled up quickly. Our waiter was lovely, there when you needed but not intrusive. Our food was great. Struggled to have dessert but the sticky toffee pudding was yum. I'm just sorry I missed the Champagne mojitos! Would def have had one of those. The food is good, the service is good and the restaurant itself is nice.

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Marios (Ranelagh)
39 Ranelagh Village, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Have lived in Ranelagh for 5 years and have always enjoyed Marios. The food has always been good in my experience, you can always expect the same standard. One evening when our waitress kept getting my orders wrong she was very apologetic and took the starters off the bill which is more that you get a lot of the time when you have a prob in restaurants. This Marios is nicer that the one in Terenure too. You cant book a table which is a bit of a pain given so many restaurants in Ranelagh are like this and also always packed.

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Brannigans Dundrum
Dundrum Town Centre Dundrum, Dundrum, Dublin

Myself and my partner popped in here for food last year and it was quite good. But called in a couple of weeks back after a bit of shopping and it was a different story. Starters werent particularly fresh - were quite big, sometimes a good thing, sometimes not. Both ordered med-well cooked steaks with baked potato, chips & side of mushrooms. We were waiting for nearly a half hour when the waiter came to apologise. Of course they arrived out a few minutes later and it was obvious they had been forgotten about and had been sitting in the kitchen waiting to be delivered to our table. The steak was very well done and dried out. The mushrooms were cold, you couldnt have eaten them. The baked potato was well withered. We were too starved to send it back having waited so long. But i complained to the waiter when we were getting the bill. He didnt apologise nor offer money off. He couldnt have cared less. I dont expect an awful lot from these types of American diners, of which there are plenty in Dundrum TC, but how hard is it to do a couple of steaks right! Its so annoying to come home from eating out, knowing you would have done much better yourself at home for a fraction of the price!

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Dungeon Bar & Grill
Fitzpatrick Castle Hotel, Killiney, Dublin

6 of us eat here recently and it was a lovely meal. Thursday night and there was a good crowd but nice atmosphere. Service was excellent. Food was also excellent, not one of us could fault it. Servings were huge. There's lots to choose from on the menu. Nothing over fancy or pretentious but still lots of effort at getting it right and presentation - not something you get around this area very often. Just over €200 got us each a starter and main and there were 2 bottles of wine. We weren't able for a dessert! Only thing I will say is it was very warm in the restaurant, but it didnt help that I was sitting beside a heater! Definitely will be back and recommending to friends and family.

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Antica Venezia
97 Ashfield Road, Dublin 6, Ranelagh, Dublin

Really like this restaurant. It’s a bit cramped and can be warm but the service is excellent, has a great traditional atmosphere - no pretentious bland decor. Food is nothing overly imaginative but is always great. It also opens for lunch on a Friday and you can get a selection of the evening menu for less euros.

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