Restaurant Reviews from ohmary

Status: Connoisseur

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52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 40

Member Since: 26 April 2008

Last Visit: 08 August 2016

The Best Restaurant

Toss'd Noodles & Salads restaurant

Chq Building, Dublin Docklands, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code:

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Cuisine:
Asian Fusion

Price Range:

Good
22 reviews

Reviewed 18th June 2013 ( visited 13th June 2013 )

I'm Hooked on their Phad Thai. Very nice
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Meghna Tandoori restaurant

8-12 Terenure Place, Dublin 6, Terenure, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 6

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Cuisine:
Indian

Price Range:

Good
134 reviews

Reviewed 18th June 2013 ( visited 15th June 2013 )

Nicest butter chicken in Ireland!!! Can't wait til next time
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Kanum Thai
16 Orwell Rd, Dublin 4, Rathgar, Dublin

Pretty good Phad Thai's. Nice fresh ingredients.

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Toss'd Noodles & Salads
Chq Building, Dublin Docklands, City Centre North, Dublin

I'm Hooked on their Phad Thai. Very nice

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Meghna Tandoori
8-12 Terenure Place, Dublin 6, Terenure, Dublin

Nicest butter chicken in Ireland!!! Can't wait til next time

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Meghna Tandoori
8-12 Terenure Place, Dublin 6, Terenure, Dublin

Meghna Tandoori in Terenure, Enjoy Any 2 Mains with Rice and Naan bread + Wine or Beer for two people at €24.99. Everyone must get this deal!!! Booking with a voucher seems to be no problem here! I would reccomend the butter chicken and garlic naan. Yum. Staff are very friendly too.

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Damascus Gate
10 Upper Camden Street, Dublin 2, Camden Street, Dublin

I brought my cousin here with the Menupages deal 3 courses for €35 as a birthday gift. She picked the restaurant. I was a bit apprehensive what with all the bad/ok reviews i read on menupages. To my surprise it was actually lovely! I ordered pretty much what i've ordered every time i go to little Jerusalem and got the Falafel and hummus starter. It was really good! Then I got their Fish which is always red snapper which I always enjoy. It was slightly different than the way little Jerusalem do it but still lovely and twice as much fish. My cousin avoids dairy so any meal prepared without it she will enjoy. Only bad thing I'd have to mention is the fact the only have half the amount of desserts available to whats on the menu which I think could be their little bluff. From what I read from other reviews, they never seem to have the carrot cake or chocolate cake available so I'm betting the never have them. They really should remove them from the menu and stop pretending. Would definitely come back. Very nice falafel

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

Came here last Friday evening. Was busy but not uncomfortably packed. 4 of us from work. I have to say, I much prefer being in this yamamorie's as opposed to the Georges street location. Much more relaxed here. I got the set menu for 25 euro. I always get the teriyaki chicken here so I opted for the teriyaki squash and tofu for a change. It was lovely. I still prefer it in chicken but anything in Yamamorie's teriyaki sauce is going to be good here. For dessert I got the banoffee! Big mistake, i should have went for the cheesecake. Only let down was the banoffee. Bit flavourless. But all in all, lovely restaurant, GREAT wait staff (The woman who waited on use was a delight) and even better food. In the words of Arnie... " I'LL BE BACK"

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Punjabi By Nature Indian Restaurants & Takeaway
15 Ranelagh Village, South Dublin, Ranelagh, Dublin

My cousin and i came here with the livig social deal. ABSOLUTELY AMAZING FOOD! Im not an indian cuisin fan but the food here is beautiful. I love salmon and the tandoori salmon was superb! If you like great seafood i.e giant prawns and perfectly cooked fish..this is the place. Great service, Grreat food and wine Loved it so much i've booked a table for this saturday. P.s try the garlic naan! YUM :)

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O'Looney's
The Promenade, Lahinch, Clare

Came here on a hen for a meal out. 20+ of us. Great place to go if you have a big group. They are well up for the challenge. Great staff, food and prices. My cousin who is a vegan was well impressed with her meal. The chef there whipped her up an amazing salad for starters, tofu stir fry for mains and dairy free sorbet for dessert. Very rear to get anything like that in Ireland. Complements to the chef.

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Joes Café
The Dell Centre, Lahinch, Clare

I'll definitely be returning to this place. Freshly made food. Outstanding prices for what you get and service was fantastic. Friends got a veggie burger type thing (which they loved) that came with wedges. Soon as I saw the wedges I ran straight back and order a portion with garlic sauce which wasn't on the menu but the girls who work there had no problem accommodating any request. Came back for breakfast the next day. Fantastic fresh and healthy breakfast for under 7 Euros. Restaurant is quite cute inside. Highly Recommend

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Cafe Moda
192 Lower Rathmines Road, Rathmines, Dublin

Nice place go to for a relaxing chill out morning by yourself or to catch up with friends. Skinny cappuccino's are lovely here.

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The Italian Corner
23/24 Wellington Quay, Dublin City Centre, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin

Brought my friend here as a birthday gift with the menupages deal. Great deal. Food was ok. I love salmon and will always order it if on the menu. It as very dry and salty. I doubt it was very fresh. My friend got the Hake. She enjoyed but it was dressed with too many pine nuts. Got the prawns and bruschetta for starters. We have both had better. The chocolate cheesecake was definitely the best part of the meal. The restaurant itself seemed a bit like we sitting were siting in a nice canteen. No personal touch of any sort to it. Great place if you want a cheap meal and plenty of choice on the menu.

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Ashford House on the Weir Gastro Pub
Ashford House, Ashford, Wicklow

Made my return for pizza's and dessert. Pizza's where only ok this visit. Chocolate biscuit cake was define. A must have.

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Chameleon Restaurant
1 Lower Fownes Street, Dublin 2 , City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Nice food, great place. Even though there was loads of food it did feel like it was quantity over quality. Maybe its just me and that i prefer one main dish over loads of tiny with dishes. Just felt a bit like i was at an all you can eat chinese buffet. Not my sort of thing. Cool place thou

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Little Jerusalem - Rathmines
3 Wynnefield Road, Dublin 6 , Rathmines, Dublin

Treated my cousin to a meal here for her birthday. She is a dairy free eating vegetarian. This place was perfect. Hummus and hot fresh pita bread and falafel to start with. DEVINE. She got some lentil dish and I got the fish of the day with was red snapper. Delish! Side of char grilled potatoes really put us overboard! We were stuffed but satisfied. I will be back very soon. Great prices too. And a great place to go as a first date.

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Queen of Tarts (Temple Bar)
3 - 4 Cow's Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin

Got a couple of take away cakes from Here for the weekend! Carrot cake, cheesecake (more like cheese tart) and chocolate cake! All terrible! Would have purchased boxers cakes from aldi's! Chocolate cake was dry, cheesecake was a tart and not a good one ad the carrot cake... Could have bought it in your local shop! Very disappointing!!

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Dada Restaurant
45 South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Came here early Sunday before a concert. I used my Hi Life card which allowed me to get up to 3 meals complementary once I bought the equivalent. They were very happy to facilitate and replied to my emails in minutes when booking. My partner and I shared all the dishes. We ordered the bread (pitta) and dips and got the pan fried prawns free. Wasnt impressed with the dips but the prawns where pretty damn good. For mains we got couscous with chicken breast, sultanas, cinnamon onions and chickpeas and the baked monk fish. The chicken breast was so nice and just broke apart. It was perfect but the couscous it came with was well too sweet, and I have a major sweet tooth but this was too much. The monk fish dish was splendid and I'm not a fan of monk fish. It was like the chicken, cooked to perfection and broke apart when eaten. The couscous that came with it was nutty and beautiful. For desserts we got banana and apple fritters and the white choc cheesecake. I will definitely never order fritters again. I can't image any place make them nice! the cheesecake was a winner. 2 starters, 2 mains, 2 desserts, glass of red, diet coke, 2 americanos €50.50. Not bad at all. Will return. Try the monk fish!!

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Rustic Stone
South George's Street, Dublin, City Centre South, Dublin

Dined here before Christmas for a work meal out. Lovely place but I was disappointed by the food. The menu seems very exiting... food not so much. Opted for the Christmas menu choices. Salmon tempura for starters. It was not tempura or tasty at all and I love salmon. Chose the Hake for mains which was probably my own mistake. It was ok, just a meaty filet of white fish. A bit boring. With that I ordered the truffle chips. Didn’t appeal to me at all. Only thing I really enjoyed was the chocolate soup. Staff where nice. We didn’t wait too long for a food. I just won't be rushing back here anytime soon.

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Mother Reillys Restaurant
The Uppercross Hotel, Opp Tesco, Rathmines, Dublin

Nice little restaurant.. Just bad food. Came here on new year's simply because a certain restaurant in the area wasn't opened. The bruscetta was worse than an attempt I made of a pizza on a baguette when I was 15. And the prawns in garlic and chilli butter should be avoided at all cost.

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Kanum Thai Ltd
77 Mespil Road, Dublin 4, Ballsbridge, Dublin

Got a phad thai here yesterday. Not the best... needed more sauce. Wont be getting another Phad thai here again.

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Cupan Tae
8 Quay Lane, The Latin Quarter, Galway City, Galway

Looked for Cupan Tae when i visited Galway last week simply because i loved the name. Loved my expercience here so i thought i should recommend it to the menupages website. They have an array of very tempting Cakes on offer and a huge tea menu. Got seated and order the nicest tea ever. It was some coffee based tea. The cup of tea went heavenly with the Caramel slice i got. The interior is very very cute inside. Will be back next Galway trip.

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Kafka (Dublin)
236 Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6, Rathmines, Dublin

Disappointed. Being too early for the Dinner menu. Lunch menu didnt impress :(

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Gourmet Tart Company
Monksfield, Salthill, Galway

Restaurant looked nice. Only popped in for a chocolate tart to take away. It wasnt the nicest unfortunately. Would definitely pop back in to the restaurant part thou.

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Lohans
232-234 Salthill Upper, Salthill, Galway

Very disappointing meal. Ordered the vegetable soup. I got cream of veg soup. I am a bit health conscience so i didnt eat it.Got charged for it anyway. The prawns and chicken skewers where clearly frozen then stuck under a grill. Onion rings were just pure greese. All around not good food or dining experience.

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Manifesto
208 Lower Rathmines Road, Dublin 6, Rathmines, Dublin

Went here for a staff meal on Friday evening. The Atmosphere was really nice. Food was lovely. Would highly recommend the lobster and Spaghetti. And the pizza's around us look fantastic!!Great atmosphere, great food very nice wine and the host/owner couldn’t have been more attentive! Will be back soon.

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Lemongrass (Citywest)
Citywest Golf Hotel, West Dublin, Saggart, Dublin

Nicest Phad thai's in dublin.

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

Arrived here at 6.30 on a Wednesday night. I have the grab one deal of 50 euro voucher for 25 euro!! I was just treating my girlfriend to a meal out so I let her decide for both of us from the menu. We order the garlic bread with cheese, nachos & guacamole and king prawns. All ok, nothing special. I thought the nachos would have been tastier from other reviews on menupages but they were extremely bland. Would defo not recommend. Then we shared chicken fajitas for two. Again only ok. Not bad food. Just would rush back in a hurry. Good value thou.. 3 starters, 2 mains glass of house red and a mojito all came to 53 euro.

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Chai Yo
100 Lower Baggot street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Thursday evening came here for the Teppanyaki. Great fun for entertainment reasons and the chef we got was great.We all othered the mixed options. I got the salmon, seabass and chicken. All of us got fried rice and veggies. By the end it all pretty much tasted the same with the amount of soy sauce and oil used. Great restaurant for entertainment reasons,not so much for the food. Definitely worth going once with a big party or on a date.

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

Great Place. My dads birthday dinner. Our table was right beside the kitchen and at first i was thinking this is the worst place to be situated but infact it was very interesting and entertaining watching the chefs and waters as the worked. Kind of like being in hells kitchen with ramsey flipping out. My dad and sister loved their stakes. I infortunately chose the sea bass which wasnt great. I kicked myself for not going for the salmon. The mash was lovely and my dad loved the Mushroom starter. We thought we ordered chucky chips or something along that lines but it was just halved baby potatoes which had fried. Great service and live music.

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Toss'd Noodles & Salads
Chq Building, Dublin Docklands, City Centre North, Dublin

Just got a Phad Thai and its was gorgeous! Only problem was, i like to know i got a descent amount of protein in every meal. Even though it was quite a healthy filling meal, i would have liked to have got more than 4 small pieces of chicken and more than 3 small cubes of tofu. All in all, very nice. Just let me know when there is more chicken and tofu going in to the phad thai and i will be around more othen.

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

Came here for dinner on a friday at 7pm with my partner. I used the menupoints offer of buy one mains get a second one free. We also got a free complimentary cocktail each for booking through menupages. The classic mojitos where perfect. We Ordered the salmon and spicy prawn dishes. Both superb. The chunky chips with garlic mayo sent us over the edge because they where so nice. The food, the cocktails and the service was amazing. Will defo be back to order the same.

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Himalaya Tandoori
Unit 6, Village Centre, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin

Not impressed at all. Got a take away here. Got the tandori chichen for 10 euro and all it was was 3-4 small pieces of chicken and a small few onions. Not much flavor or effort to it. My mate who Loves indian food got the chicken korma and again. not the nicest. Wouldnt go back.

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Pearl Orient Fusion
6-8 Dutch Village Shopping Centre, Clondalkin, Clondalkin, Dublin

Got a take away from here for the first time. Gorgeous flavour from the Teriyaki chicken and the chicken balls were lovely. Veg chow main was only ok. But i'll definitely return.

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Ravi's Kitchen - duplicate
174 Pembroke Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin

got a take away from here. 1st time in the restaurant, was shocked by how beautiful the place was, very authentic. The girl who served us was lovely, very kind and helpful. i got tariaki salmon. it was lovely and great value for 12 euro. fresh and perfectly cooked. will definitly return for many healthy meals here :-)

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Swai Restaurant
Unit B, The Campshires, North Wall Quay, City Centre North, Dublin

went for dinner here last nite at 8 o clock. The place was emtpy. Got the combo starter for 3 ppl...took very long for a starter to arrive to the table. it was nice nothing special. the waiting staff were more interested in supplying us with drinks rather than food, which would be great if getting drunk was your goal but ours wasnt. for mains i got the clay chicken pot..it was nice.. loads of chicken, a lot of brown rice i couldnt finish and not much veg. It didnt have much taste but seemed quite healthy. The other 2 i was with order the sea food plates..again they found it nice but nothing to write home about. The waiting staff we helpful...our waitress was lovely, i could have took her home with she was so cute. :) overall nice.... wouldnt go back again

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

I usually love this place. Return last night and got my favourite Chicken teriyaki. It is usually a nice large chicken breast on top of loads of veggie but this time it was much smaller with its skin still on and a random drumstick attached. Wasnt impressed. I also order my usual sticky toffee pudding but it is much different than i recall. Not the same amazing sticky toffee pudding they use to serve. Dont know what they are playing at :( wont be rushing back here anytime soon

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Pattaya Thai and Chinese Restaurant
9th Lock Road, Nangor Road, West Dublin, Clondalkin, Dublin

got a take away from here, my dad loves the place. food was lovely and fresh, chicken balls where to die for..... if u like chicken balls. actually i might pick some up tonight.

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Gourmet Burger Kitchen (GBK Liffey Valley)
Unit 40B, Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, West Dublin, Liffey Valley, Dublin

Not even close to a chipper. Me and my girfriend got a burger each to take away. I got the 11.50 euro chicken and cranberry one which was mostly made up of a giant burger bun, lettuce and an overly cooked piece of tasteless chicken. I wouldn't recommend it. My girlfriend got the chilli beef burger which was burnt to a crisp. You can get better food and value at your closest chipper.

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F.X. BUCKLEY Steakhouse Crow Street
2 Crow Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin

Service and food was great. Although not quite worth the money we paid. Doubt i'll return.

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Weeping Thaiger (Naas)
Wolfetone Street, New Town Centre, Naas, Kildare

picked up another take away from here again as it is my favourite restaurant and cuisine. This time i got some chicken with plum noodles for a change, it was nice but i wish i stayed with the chicken in ginger and spring onion, its beautiful. All was well except for a few loud sneezes coming from the kitchen as we waited for our order. will always go back

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The Olive Tree Restaurant
The Plaza Hotel, West Dublin, Tallaght, Dublin

Was denied a valid voucher, not impressed. Restaurant was empty on a Friday at 7. Food was nice

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