Restaurant Reviews from simeraj

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52.5%

County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 7

Member Since: 27 October 2011

Last Visit: 02 November 2011

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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 27th October 2011 ( visited 25th October 2011 )

Oh gosh, love this place.Their daily specials fly out the door, especially the curries, (sold out by 2pm most days!) but they are absolutely delicious. Priced at around the €9 mark, one portion easily feeds two....and are so fresh, piping hot. Staff are very friendly, and if you are making up a salad (you can get pasta, noodle or leaf-based) they will help with suggestions for dressings and nuts/seeds if you're not sure. I think we may well be seeing more Toss'd-s around town in the near future!!
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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 27th October 2011 ( visited 25th October 2011 )

Oh gosh, love this place.Their daily specials fly out the door, especially the curries, (sold out by 2pm most days!) but they are absolutely delicious. Priced at around the €9 mark, one portion easily feeds two....and are so fresh, piping hot. Staff are very friendly, and if you are making up a salad (you can get pasta, noodle or leaf-based) they will help with suggestions for dressings and nuts/seeds if you're not sure. I think we may well be seeing more Toss'd-s around town in the near future!!
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ely bar & brasserie
CHQ Building, Georges Dock, Dublin 1, City Centre, IFSC, Dublin

I have been to ely bar & brasserie quite a few times now, and have found it to be amazing each time. The upstairs area is really modern and contemporary, really stunning, while downstairs almost gives you the feeling that you've just discovered a hidden gem..! One of the best things for me though, is how I have found the service to be impeccable every time, with the staff very friendly, know their stuff, but yet are not intrusive. They have been very helpful every time in helping to choose from the extensive (!) wine list. As for the food- the organic burger, and their homemade chips are absolutely delicious while the desserts - the chocolate fondant in particular - are to die for..! Cant recommend it highly enough.

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

Oh gosh, love this place.Their daily specials fly out the door, especially the curries, (sold out by 2pm most days!) but they are absolutely delicious. Priced at around the €9 mark, one portion easily feeds two....and are so fresh, piping hot. Staff are very friendly, and if you are making up a salad (you can get pasta, noodle or leaf-based) they will help with suggestions for dressings and nuts/seeds if you're not sure. I think we may well be seeing more Toss'd-s around town in the near future!!

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Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Grill
51 Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Dawson Street, Dublin

Had originally posted a review last week on previous good experiences at MPW's. It reminded me to try it out again, as hadnt been in a while. My husband decided to try booking in to celebrate our anniversary, but was told there were no free tables until 9.30pm. A little too late, we decided to go somewhere else for the evening. At around 8pm, we were passing and said we would chance it, see if there might have been somebody cancelling etc. A waiter on the terrace area said sure no worries, and pointed at a table coming up soon. We were in no rush, so said we would wait. Whilst waiting, we were suggested another table which was almost impossible to get to with other tables VERY closeby. We said that we would keep waiting while the waiter cleared cutlery, and everyone seemed happy enough. After about 10mins waiting at the door, being pushed, pulled, shoved, we eventually got to sit down. Took off the coats, popped away our bags, took a breather and opened the menus. Then the waiter comes over, starts taking the menus back and says that we have to move as "somebody inside wants to sit at this table". We were obviously quite shocked at the abruptness, and obviously sensing this, a supervisor came over and very unapologeticly says" yeah, we're sorry". Both of us were absolutely incensed at their lack of courtesy, and really felt that they couldnt have cared less about us; other customers were also clearly taken aback at their manner, or lack thereof. Would definitely not recommend if you are looking to dine at a restaurant that values their customers. Would welcome any feedback MPW's may have, as we certainly didnt hear a whole lot last Friday.

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4 Corners Bar and Terrace
Hilton Dublin, Inchicore Road, South Dublin, Kilmainham, Dublin

So the Hilton in Kilmainham is right next-door to me, so in theory it should be my local....but its not.... Went on a Friday evening, was dying for a beer...too lazy to cook, so took a jaunt down to check it out. Unfortunately it had pretty much zero atmosphere. Was looking to go for dinner as well so went to the restaurant but got stopped by waitress saying, just to let you know there are only two customers in the restaurant so would you like to order from the bar menu perhaps? Two customers? eek. Like walking into a really posh shop and getting pounced on by a bored, under-worked assistant - no thanks! So ordered from bar menu - pretty basic, burger and chips. Was okay, nothing to write home about to be honest. Staff were friendly enough in fairness, but cant see myself going back, unless its just for a quiet beer.

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Itsa @ Arnotts (Bagel Store)
Arnotts, Abbey Street, City Centre North, Dublin

Itsa is a pretty well-known brand by now, set up. I popped in for a cuppa in the Itsa Bagel store in Arnotts - really nice relaxed area - they also do plenty of freshly baked cookies, cakes and pastries as well as a pretty impressive choice of sandwiches, paninis etc. The nice thing is that they also provide gluten-free products which is not something you see all that often! They do smoothies, hot chocolate and all sorts of coffees, and Im sure their outdoor area would be a good sun-spot during summer.. Will definitely be back in, as a good generous, my-mum-made-it, size mug of tea for €2 aint bad.

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The Church Cafe Bar & Restaurant
Junction of Mary St. & Jervis St., Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin

Have been to the Church several times now, as its a handy place for staff and friends to meet on days off. It's also got a lovely outdoor area on those once-in-a-lifetime sunny days. The venue inside is quite impressive as well, and it doesnt stretch the imagination too much to see what it used to be before...if you managed to miss the name that is.. Haven't eaten proper sit-down meal here, but had the BBQ option here once, I think its €12, and all prepped in front of you - it was OK. They have a great space, and good enough selection of drinks, which is why we keep returning, but please don't rely on the staff here - pretty hit-and-miss. Huge space downstairs as well, so take a wander on your way back from the (very large) bathrooms...

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

This place is a well-kept secret:cosy, intimate,incredible,authentic food.They do a great wine list.Was there recently for an anniversary-was the venue for me and my(now)husbands first date so it's always special!:)It was busy;started with a delicious Albarino.Then the food-wow-even better each time I visit!Their patatas con huevos estrellados-egg&chips to the rest of us-was so good.Try the paella,foie gras burger,whitebait-delicious.Definitely a taste of Barcelona in the heart of Dublin.Delightful.

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