Restaurant Reviews from smceneaney
Hole In The Wall Phoenix Park restaurant
Blackhorse Avenue, Navan Road, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 7
Reviewed 10th January 2011 ( visited 29th January 2010 )We had a lovely meal here between Christmas and New Years. The manager in the Wine section is very friendly and recommends great wine for our tastes. Keep it up!
Govindas Restaurant (Abbey Street)
83 Middle Abbey Street, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 1
Reviewed 09th December 2010 ( visited 08th December 2010 )Govindas has been my favourite place to go for lunch for years. I went to the one in Abbey Street yesterday evening and the main dish was cold. I should have got up and told them but I had waited for a while to get the food and was late for the cinema.
7 Crow Street, Dublin 2, City Centre, Temple Bar, Dublin
We had a lovely evening in Caffe Italiano today. The food was lovely. The portion sizes were generous. Most of all the music, service and atmosphere was excellent. In Italy the restaurant staff do not rush you out the door. It's lovely to have the same experience in Dublin. We will definitely return :-)
The Spencer hotel, Excise Walk, IFSC , IFSC, Dublin
We had lunch here today. The vegetable soup was awful. It's hard to get soup wrong. The "chunky chips" on the menu were skinny frozen MacDonalds type chips. The room was on the cold side.
The Porterhouse (North )
Cross Guns Bridge, Glasnevin, Dublin
Oh dear. This place has really gone down hill. It needs a good clean, more staff and better food. I dropped in here last Sunday afternoon with my wife and five year old daughter. The TV was on full blast and there was a game on. I didn't mind this too much as I was pretty hungry. The service was non existent. A man upstairs was running about like a headless chicken. We had to keep asking and eventually we gave up. I got the impression he was a manager the way he spoke to the waitress that rarely appeared. The food... The home made chips are in fact frozen chips and were cold. The burger was dry. The pizza was dry and didn't have enough topping. The kids menu was good value but who wants to bring a kid in here? There were a bunch of kids hammered drunk beside a reserved table for a first communion party. What a depressing sight. :-(
L Mulligan Grocer
18 Stoneybatter, Stoneybatter, Dublin
Had a lovely veggie meal here before going to the Lighthouse cinema on Friday night. Would higly recommend and will be returning.
The Co op Bar Venue Restaurant
Main Street, Moycullen, Moycullen, Galway
This is a pub trying to be a restaurant in the evening. We were there at end of August with our 4 year old. The pub was cold and there was about six other customers in it. Now I know why. It's basically frozen food heated up and not even done properly. The pizza was like something bought in Aldi. The chips were cooked from frozen and were still frozen in the moddle. It's not as if the chef was run off his feet. If you're going to charge 3.95 for chips then cook real ones! The portions were small and the prices high. We could have gone to a really nice restaurant in Galway for the same price. In fact, we did the following night. Avoid!
Hole In The Wall Phoenix Park
Blackhorse Avenue, Navan Road, Dublin
We had a lovely meal here between Christmas and New Years. The manager in the Wine section is very friendly and recommends great wine for our tastes. Keep it up!
The Port House
64a South William Street, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin
We had a nice lunch here recently. The menu was a little bit complicated for some to follow but represented good value.
Govindas Restaurant (Abbey Street)
83 Middle Abbey Street, City Centre North, Dublin
Govindas has been my favourite place to go for lunch for years. I went to the one in Abbey Street yesterday evening and the main dish was cold. I should have got up and told them but I had waited for a while to get the food and was late for the cinema.
40 Fenian Street, City Centre South, Dublin
The food in the gingerman is truly shocking. I don't know what the other reviewers are used to but it reminds me of what I used to eat at weekends in college when I had no money after being out on a Thursday night. The toasted sandwich came out hard and burnt. The ploughmans sandwich on two other occasions was on stale brown bread. The (frozen) chips they serve are tasteless. The club sandwich again is on stale bread with no butter on it. I've been there for lunch on four or five ocassions. Why may you ask? Because the location is half way between my work place and friends. If you're not fussy and would be happy eating a cardboard box for your lunch then this is for you. Else, avoid!