Restaurant Reviews from pandy

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County: Kildare

No. of Reviews: 8

Member Since: 25 August 2010

Last Visit: 01 February 2012

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The Cedar Tree restaurant

11a St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

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Cuisine:
Ethnic

Price Range:

Good
275 reviews

Reviewed 05th October 2010 ( visited 04th October 2010 )

I was walking past and noticed the great value for the lunch special. 3 courses for 9.95. The interior is very well decorated and it has a real middle east/Mediterranean feel to it. Iwe had the Arrayess (Baked Lebanese bread stuffed with lamb kafta) and Tabouleh (Parsley, tomatoes and onion salad) for starters, mind you i had no idea what i was ordering but when it came out it looked beautiful. The arrayess was a flat bread stuffed with shredded lamb and was dry but tasted very different but good. the salad looked stunning and tasted the same. For mains we had Chicken Shawarma (Sliced roasted chicken, garlic sauce, diced fried potatoes, fattoush salad & bread) and Falafel (Deep fried minced chickpeas. Served with tomatoes, parsley, radishes, pickles & tahini sauce). Although there were only 4 falafels they were very very filling and we struggled to finish them all. The chicken sharwarma plate was packed full of goodness. pitta bread with sliced chicken on top with a small bit of garlic sauce and a lovely salad to add to the bread. We also go a free basked of bread. Overall the food was delicious and an adventure for the taste buds. Along with fried potatoes. This was amazing value for money and i will definitely be back again to sample the rest of the unknown dishes.
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The Cedar Tree restaurant

11a St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 2

View on Map

Cuisine:
Ethnic

Price Range:

Good
275 reviews

Reviewed 05th October 2010 ( visited 04th October 2010 )

I was walking past and noticed the great value for the lunch special. 3 courses for 9.95. The interior is very well decorated and it has a real middle east/Mediterranean feel to it. Iwe had the Arrayess (Baked Lebanese bread stuffed with lamb kafta) and Tabouleh (Parsley, tomatoes and onion salad) for starters, mind you i had no idea what i was ordering but when it came out it looked beautiful. The arrayess was a flat bread stuffed with shredded lamb and was dry but tasted very different but good. the salad looked stunning and tasted the same. For mains we had Chicken Shawarma (Sliced roasted chicken, garlic sauce, diced fried potatoes, fattoush salad & bread) and Falafel (Deep fried minced chickpeas. Served with tomatoes, parsley, radishes, pickles & tahini sauce). Although there were only 4 falafels they were very very filling and we struggled to finish them all. The chicken sharwarma plate was packed full of goodness. pitta bread with sliced chicken on top with a small bit of garlic sauce and a lovely salad to add to the bread. We also go a free basked of bread. Overall the food was delicious and an adventure for the taste buds. Along with fried potatoes. This was amazing value for money and i will definitely be back again to sample the rest of the unknown dishes.
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Cortina’s Mexican Restaurant
The Pembroke District, Dundrum Town Centre, South Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin

I came here twice in one week it was so good. the pick of everything that i tasted was the tortillas chips starter with 8 different salsas ranging from mild to very spicy this was amazing and salsas and chips were re filled through out the whole meal. wow. for mains i had the Acheote Marinated Steak Grilled and on a different night i had the steak fajitas. these were both very tasty and had lots of extra ka-pow punch to them. i will be back for the tortillas sampler

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Ichiman Japanese & Thai Restaurant (Lower Liffey Street)
20 Lower Liffey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Came here on Tuesday evening. was nice and quiet as to be expected on a Tuesday evening but that was fine as it was only the two of us. We started off with rainbow sushi started and unagi rolls. They were both 12.50 but very worth it. I was extremely impressed by the presentation and the taste of both of these starters and will definitely order them again. delicious. For mains we had ishiyaki bibimbap and Korean dish with egg vegetables and beef this was spicy and very tasty. We also had the tempura udon one of my favorite Japanese dishes. this was well presented and tasted great with the soup. I would highly recommend this restaurant and will come again soon

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M&L Chinese Restaurant
13-14 Cathedral Street, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

Came here on a friday night and the place was pretty full and the majority of ppl there were chinese which is a great sign. I had a look at the english menu which is very different to the chinese menu. You've got to ask for that and try to get the waiter to help but the effort will be worth it because the food here you wont find anywhere else in ireland. we had a few very delicious dishes which i had never tasted before. Pig belly with a range of spices and crabs deep fried in corn flour with some spice. there was also some nice dumplings and man tao. If you are looking for an exciting meal that will challenge your taste buds and if your not afriad to try somewhere new come here.

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Ming Court Chinese Restaurant
Unit 453 Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, West Dublin, Blanchardstown, Dublin

Came here on a Sunday for lunch. There were 3 of us and we decided to go for a mixture of dim sum and other dishes. For mains we got roast duck and crispy pork which was very juicy mmm, and a really large sea bass which was only 10 euro is great value. We also had some lovely little dim sum treat. I've actually never had dim sum before and i just asked the manager for a bit of help ordering and he told me what would be some nice ones to order and he was very helpful. I'll be back again for some authentic cantonese food something thats veyr hard to find in dublin.

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Murphy's Pub - Leixlip
Main Street, Leixlip, Kildare

Came here for lunch, the service is friendly and fast. The lamb shank is really tasty and the meat just falls off the bone. yum. good place to have lunch and watch premiership.

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Darkie Moores at The Ryevale Tavern
Pound Street, Leixlip, Leixlip, Kildare

I come here every sunday for lunch. The carvery is really good and best in maynooth and leixlip that ive eaten for choice and taste. The ham and turkey is good but the all day breakfast is great for a hang over cure.

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The Cedar Tree
11a St Andrews Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I was walking past and noticed the great value for the lunch special. 3 courses for 9.95. The interior is very well decorated and it has a real middle east/Mediterranean feel to it. Iwe had the Arrayess (Baked Lebanese bread stuffed with lamb kafta) and Tabouleh (Parsley, tomatoes and onion salad) for starters, mind you i had no idea what i was ordering but when it came out it looked beautiful. The arrayess was a flat bread stuffed with shredded lamb and was dry but tasted very different but good. the salad looked stunning and tasted the same. For mains we had Chicken Shawarma (Sliced roasted chicken, garlic sauce, diced fried potatoes, fattoush salad & bread) and Falafel (Deep fried minced chickpeas. Served with tomatoes, parsley, radishes, pickles & tahini sauce). Although there were only 4 falafels they were very very filling and we struggled to finish them all. The chicken sharwarma plate was packed full of goodness. pitta bread with sliced chicken on top with a small bit of garlic sauce and a lovely salad to add to the bread. We also go a free basked of bread. Overall the food was delicious and an adventure for the taste buds. Along with fried potatoes. This was amazing value for money and i will definitely be back again to sample the rest of the unknown dishes.

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Wagamama's Blanchardstown
Unit 410, First Floor, Blanchardstown Retail Park 2, Dublin 15, Blanchardstown, Dublin

I have been to wagamama many many times in dublin city centre and enjoyed my meal thoroughly. So i was very happy to find out that there was now a branch opening in Blanchardstown. The service was very fast as usual and the location is perfect. I ordered wagamama ramen which was 12.95 which i think is a little over priced. The taste was pretty bland. The noodles and the soup did not have much taste off them. I am a huge fan of ramen but i don't think i will be ordering it again from here which is very disappointing for me.

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