Restaurant Reviews from viktorfreisse

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County: Dublin

No. of Reviews: 40

Member Since: 06 September 2007

Last Visit: 02 September 2016

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Yamamori Sushi, Tengu restaurant

38-39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 1

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Cuisine:
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498 reviews

Reviewed 01st July 2013 ( visited 28th June 2013 )

Another trip to Yamamori and another great dinner. The service was excellent, prompt but without being over-bearing. To start we had the yasai tempura and the orange chicken wings, which were delicious and had us both wanting to lick the bowl. For the main I had the seafood cha han and herself had the surf and turf bento box...both were very tasty, and had alot of variety in them. Portion sizes I must say, were huge also...we could barely finish and had to skip dessert. Hope to be back very soon.
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Yamamori Sushi, Tengu restaurant

38-39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Dublin, Area Code: Dublin 1

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Cuisine:
Asian

Price Range:

Good
498 reviews

Reviewed 01st July 2013 ( visited 28th June 2013 )

Another trip to Yamamori and another great dinner. The service was excellent, prompt but without being over-bearing. To start we had the yasai tempura and the orange chicken wings, which were delicious and had us both wanting to lick the bowl. For the main I had the seafood cha han and herself had the surf and turf bento box...both were very tasty, and had alot of variety in them. Portion sizes I must say, were huge also...we could barely finish and had to skip dessert. Hope to be back very soon.
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Hogs and Heifers
South Quarter Airside, Swords , Swords, Dublin

Had a great time here last week. I found the place to have a great decor and a very good atmosphere, as there was no band playing. I do not think I would have enjoyed eating while a band played! I found the service to be second to none and the menu have plenty of options. I see some people are critical of the menu. It definitely follows a theme but there are plenty of options. To start we shared some chicken wings which had a great flavoured sauce on them, but weren't so great on the meat content. For the mains, I ordered the pulled pork and herself had the ribs. The pulled pork was delicious and the portion was huge. I had to leave the brioch bun in the end, in order to finish the meat, and herself could not finish her ribs, which were cooked excellently as the meat was nearly dripping off the bone. We had the little one with us too, and I felt the restaurant to be very accommodating to children (again, without a band playing) with a kids menu with plenty of choice. At the end, I found the bill to be very reasonable but if I had to give some constructive criticism, I would suggest that the portion sizes be reduced, and the price to match as we couldn't have fit a dessert, and agreed that when we return, we will skip the starter

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The Moorings Restaurant (Riverside Park Hotel)
The Promenade Enniscorthy, Enniscorthy, Enniscorthy, Wexford

Was in the hotel for a wedding and we stayed for dinner the next day. To start I had the sliced duck breast which was cooked brilliantly and beautifully presented. For the main I had the lamb with scallion mash, which was very fatty and let down by the dull sides of carrots, cauliflower and two more types of potatoes. For dessert I had the strawberry and marshmallow cake which was just awful. The cake was made up of what appeared to be angel delight, with pieces of strawberry and mini marshmallows inside of it. The other diners were also guests of the wedding so in part, we made our own atmosphere. The service was not great but this can be forgiven as the staff were dealing with a very large crowd. Ultimately, a very dissappointing dinner, but with a very nice starter.

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Deep
12 West Pier, North Co. Dublin, Howth, Dublin

Visited Deep with a friend on what was a very hot day. We opted to sit inside so there was not very much atmosphere but it was early in the day and this way I feel, we got much better service. We had a child with us and I have to say that the restaurant/staff were very accommodating of this. To start I had the calamari which was nice but was as every other calamari I've ever had. Nothing special, but nothing wrong with it either. My friend had what can only be described as the bucket of mussels. They were very tender and delicious. For the mains my friend had the fish and chips which was very tasty, and came in a good hearty portion. I had the asian style sea trout which came with potatoes and gravy. It was very nice but the gravy was a little too sweet. The menu had great variation and I was very happy with this experience so I will definitely be back.

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Octopussy Seafood Tapas
7 West Pier, Dublin 13, Howth, Dublin

We visited Octopussy for lunch on recommendation but it didn't live up to the expectation. Upon arrival we were offered a table outside but as we are non smokers we opted to eat inside, however, all the seating inside is in the form of high chairs and a wrap around bar. Great if the occasion calls for it but it wasn't to our liking. I ordered the trout and pear salad with the chorizo calamari on the side. The salad was nice but the flavour of the pear was somewhat lost in the mix. The chorizo calamari was delicious. My OH had the patatas chorizo and prawns in garlic butter. Again both were delicious and hit the spot. The service was also very good and the waitresses were very attentive. If I had to find a flaw, other than the seating, I found the portions to be quite large, and as a result the prices were also high. Because if this I found the tapas concept was completely lost. I would have preferred to have ordered a greater variety of smaller dishes.

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

Visited for lunch one day as my OH had a voucher and found the place to be very warm and welcoming. To start we shared an unusual platter of seafood with fruit and vegetables. It was a very unusual partnership but it was very tasty. For the main we had a plate of beef and tuna pieces in langustine oil to cook to our tastes on the stone. Both were incredible and I would recommend it. For dessert I had the catalan casanade and the OH had the knickerbockerglory. Both were delicious and I couldn't believe such tasty desserts could be made from such healthy ingredients. We hope to return soon.

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Stoop Your Head
Harbour Road, Skerries, Skerries, Dublin

Visited stoop for lunch the other day and had a very interesting time. The place was very busy when we arrived and had to wait to be seated. I thought this was a good sign but the place emptied quick enough and the service plummeted. We were seated shortly after and within the space of one minute three different staff members came to our table to ask our orders, each being told that we needed more time. Herself ordered the scamp with chips and I ordered the sea bass with savoury potatos, with a plate of calamari to share as a starter. The calamari was very tasty and the batter very crispy and we weren't left waiting too long for our mains. Unfortunately after our mains arrived, we waited fifteen minutes and still there was no sign of our sides. We had to bring this to the attention of the staff who didn't once come to ask if we were enjoying our untouched meals. By the time the sides were brought our mains were nearly cold, and the uninspiring sides weren't exactly worth waiting for. Otherwise, the scampi was fluffy and very tasty, and my seabass was succulent and well seasoned. I decided to try a dessert and chose the chocolate orange tart, but it was more chocolate and alcohol than chocolate and orange. If we return, we will stick to the seafood and lower our expectations of everything else.

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The Dandelion Restaurant
1st floor, Unit 4, Main Street , Swords, Swords, Dublin

Visited Dandelion at the weekend and found the place to be very nice with some very good atmosphere. To start I had chicken wings and my partner had the deep fried brie. The deep fried brie was a remarkably small portion, and the brie itself was greasy and tasteless. The chicken wings were from frozen but still tasted nice. For the main I had the sirloin and my wife had the duck. The duck was well cooked and tasted very nice but portion was very small. Likewise the steak was well prepared and very tasty, but the dish was let down by the sachet pepper sauce, frozen onion rings and undercooked frozen chips. We wanted to order dessert but after waiting forty minutes for the menu we decided against it. The staff were very nice and very competent but the service suffered as there simply weren't enough of them. Dandelion needs to hire more staff and give the chef a kick up the backside.

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The Oar House Fish Restaurant
8 West Pier, North Co. Dublin, Howth, Dublin

On another trip to Howth we wanted to get some lunch and although we decided to try somewhere new, we inevitably ended up back at the oar house. The oar house is quite small and very very busy, but I find the staff do a great job of seating, serving etc.. without making the place feel hectic. I felt we were very well looked after by the waitress. The place is also very welcoming and accomodating of children which is big deal for us. Like other times we visited we opted for a variety of small dishes. The dublin bay prawns were excellent, the batter was nice and crispy but the prawns didn't suffer and were succulent. I tried the cajun calamari which was a great twist on a classic dish. The howth crab cakes have to be tasted as words can't do them justice. Also worth mentioning were the buffalo prawns which were prawns served in franks buffalo sawuce, which, love it or hate it, is refreshing outside of the box type dish. To finish I had the asian soup, which struck a brilliant mix of seafood, tomato, lemongrass and chilli, with each bringing just the right amount of flavour so as to not dominate the dish but actually compliment each other.

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The Oar House Fish Restaurant
8 West Pier, North Co. Dublin, Howth, Dublin

On another trip to Howth we wanted to get some lunch and although we decided to try somewhere new, we inevitably ended up back at the oar house. The oar house is quite small and very very busy, but I find the staff do a great job of seating, serving etc.. without making the place feel hectic. I felt we were very well looked after by the waitress. The place is also very welcoming and accomodating of children which is big deal for us. Like other times we visited we opted for a variety of small dishes. The dublin bay prawns were excellent, the batter was nice and crispy but the prawns didn't suffer and were succulent. I tried the cajun calamari which was a great twist on a classic dish. The howth crab cakes have to be tasted as words can't do them justice. Also worth mentioning were the buffalo prawns which were prawns served in franks buffalo sawuce, which, love it or hate it, is refreshing outside of the box type dish. To finish I had the asian soup, which struck a brilliant mix of seafood, tomato, lemongrass and chilli, with each bringing just the right amount of flavour so as to not dominate the dish but actually compliment each other.

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Musashi Noodles and Sushi Bar
15 Capel Street, Dublin 1 , City Centre North, Dublin

Wow, what an amazing little gem tucked away on Capel St. My partner had heard of it from a friend so we decided to pop in for some sushi platters. The place was quiet at the time but there was as still a warm welcoming atmosphere. The staff and restaurant were accommodating of a child which was a big plus. We decided to order a few small dishes and platters rather than going for a big main and the waitress was very helpful in helping us decided from the huge selection. We had the Bana(sp) sushi selection which came with some delicious cuts of salmon, tuna, prawn, bass and octopus. We also ordered a plate of eel sushi on top of this, as the waitress reccommended it and it went down a treat. We then ordered a large roll of mixed seafood sushi which consisted of crab, tuna and salmon and it was delicious. To round it all off we had some pork dumplings and vegetable tempura. The dumplings had some of the best pork meat I've ever had and the tempura came with a delicious sweet/ginger dipping sauce. The byob policy was a new concept for me and while I welcome it to get around the small selection they keep, or perhaps some silly licensing laws, I thought that six euro corkage charge per bottle was abit steep. Nonetheless, I will be back as soon as possible.

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Radisson SAS - Cavan
Farnham Estate, Cavan Town, Cavan

We visited Botanica restaurant on what happened to be the hottest week of the year and the first thing to hit us was the lack of air conditioning, Not a great impression for a four star restaurant. We were nicely greeted and seated at a table with a great view of the lawn, but the waiter was a little too quick off the mark to come looking for our orders. This was put into perspective by the very small set menu. To start, I had the seafood plate, which was very tasty and very well presented. My o/h had the pork belly which she enjoyed very much. Again, the gap between starter and main was too short. Our mains were also tasty and very well presented. I had the lamb and she had the chicken. Both were tasty but the sides of mash and country veg were seriously lacking in creativity. For dessert she had the chocolate bomb with ice cream and I had passionfruit sorbet, again, both were delicious and can't be faulted. It is a nice restaurant with very friendly staff. Although the menu was lacking in choice and variety, the food that is available is very well made and very well presented.

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The Counter Suffolk Street
20 Suffolk Street, City Centre South, Dublin

We had visited the counter in dundrum some time ago and had fond memories so we were looking forward to going back. The place was very quiet but we put this down to the time of day. We were brought to our seats and orders taken but after this the service started to falter. The waitress seemed abit distracted, forgetting to bring our drinks and not bringing our bill so we just paid at the bar and left. We really liked the build your own burger idea but my o/h wanted to get a burger in a bowl, which comes with a surcharge so decided against. Our burgers were delicious and huge, I got brie with cranberries and coleslaw and grilled onions, she got a spicy burger with the bean and corn salsa, jalapenos and avocados. We got some sweet potato fries which were delicious and we also got the dill pickle chips. When we got these before they were sliced, much the same way they would be on a burger but now they seem to cut the entire pickle lengthways into quarters, which I think is a bit much. It wasn't the worst or the best experience but the food was tasty so we will be back,

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

Visited sixtysix with friends for a lunch and was very impressed. The whole place seemed very welcoming with a great atmosphere but without being too loud. We decided to have the rotisserie baguettes, we had the chicken and the duck at our table, both were very juicy and succulent, absolutely delicious and huge to boot. On the side we had the calamari with curry and coriander alioli which was very tasty and better than any other calamari I had ever had. Another side we had was the taboulleh, tapenade and hummous with crusty bread, The staff also deserve a mention, very attentive without being over-bearing and very courteous throughout. I can't wait to go back.

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

We had some family visiting from abroad and decided to have lunch in the church. I had never been before and have to admit I was amazed at the excellent decor of the venue. The staff were very friendly and we received an excellent welcome and were promptly seated. The place was very busy but the staff didn't falter at all. My partner ordered the fish and chips and I ordered the steak sandwich. The fish and chips were nice and came in a huge portion. The tartar sauce that came with it was very strong on the dill but that was to our liking. The steak sandwich came on a delicious ciabatta roll and was accompanied with some delicious pepper sauce. My only flaw I could find was that I found the bottled beer we were drinking was not cold enough. Hope to come back soon

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

Another trip to Yamamori and another great dinner. The service was excellent, prompt but without being over-bearing. To start we had the yasai tempura and the orange chicken wings, which were delicious and had us both wanting to lick the bowl. For the main I had the seafood cha han and herself had the surf and turf bento box...both were very tasty, and had alot of variety in them. Portion sizes I must say, were huge also...we could barely finish and had to skip dessert. Hope to be back very soon.

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Tibor's Bistro
11B Vernon Avenue, North Dublin, Clontarf, Dublin

Visited Tibors on a whim for a late lunch/early dinner and was very happy with our experience. To start I had the goats cheese & parma salad which was delicious and very well rounded off with some sweet balsamic. Herself had crab claws to start which were absolutely delicious although if we had to fault it, it could have done with a slice or two of bread to compliment it. For the mains I had the salmon with red pepper pesto and dill mousse. The salmon was delicious, succulent on the inside and a thin crispy layer on the outside. The mousse and pesto were also delicious. My partner had the fishcakes which came with a sweet pepper relish and sweet potato fries. The fish cakes were very tasty and the fries were some of the best we ever had. The staff were very friendly and attentive throughout the meal and were also very accommodating of the fact that we had a baby. Will definitely be returning.

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The Old Schoolhouse (Dublin)
Coolbanagher Church Road, North Co. Dublin, Swords, Dublin

Tried to visit here as the brunch menu looked great and they have great reviews. We arrived just after opening at half twelve. We couldn't get into the restaurant so tried to enter through the pub. We were given pub grub menus. When we enquired about the brunch menu, we were told that it was only available in the restaurant, and that the restaurant didn't open until the evening, go figure. Whatever their situation is, they need to make it clearer on menupages and elsewhere.

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Independent Pizza Co
28 Drumcondra Rd Lower, Dublin 9, Drumcondra, Dublin

Have visited here many times but this is my first review. My partner and I visited last night and despite it being very busy we got a table and the staff service and performance did not falter. Our orders arrived in good time and we were delighted with them. We skipped the started this time because the portions are quite good and I sometimes find myself struggling with three. I had the thai chicken and found it to be a delicious new approach to the traditional pizza. My partner had the texas chicken pizza and although tasty, she found the ingredients to be too sparse. We had the chocolate fudge cake and the cheesecake for dessert and both were absolutely delicious. The bill came and we were delighted with the cost. We find that his place is great value for money and will be coming back very soon.

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

Visited last night and was absolutely delighted. Service was excellent, staff were very professional and very courteous. The place was bustling with a great atmosphere and while the food on the menu seemed abit pricey at first, the huge portions certainly made up for it. Would highly recommend the seared teriyaki tuna. Delicious.

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Glenside Hotel
Dublin rd, Drogheda, Drogheda, Louth

Came here for a wedding and had a blast. The place was decorated excellently for the wedding and the bedrooms were very nice too. The food was absolutley great, the cesear salad was well made, and the steak main was brilliant. The steak was cooked just right and had an excellent smokey taste without being burned and the pepper sauce that came with it was delicious. Breakfast the next morning was great too. Also the staff were very warm and welcoming and really went above and beyond for us.

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Siam Thai (Dundrum)
Dundrum Town Centre, South Dublin, Dundrum, Dublin

Was delighted to find a Siam Thai in Dundrum while we were out shopping and we decided we would pop in to avail of the early bird. The place was very busy and jam packed with families all enjoying the early bird but the staff didn't seem the least bit phased. Based on my last trip to the other siam thai, I was really looking forward to the food but I found it to be quite dissapointing. I had the herb cod to start and the jungle curry for the main, my wife had the tempura prawns to start and the beef with chilli and basil. The food wwas delicious but I found that the portions were quite small. I get the impression that the compensate for the price, they serve smaller portions with the early bird. For this reason I won't return unles it's after 7.

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Franzini's
Frenchs Lane, Trim, Meath

Visited this place and was absolutely blown away. The place was buzzing to start but the staff seemed well able to deal with the rush and so our welcome etc... didn't suffer. To start I had the homemade tortilla chips which were absoutely amazing and really reccomend everyone else tries them. My wife had ribs to start and felt they were some of the best she has ever had. For the main I had the sizzling chicken fajitas and they were absolutely delicious and the portion was huge to boot. My wife had a steak for her main and was delighted with how it was cooked. For dessert we split this huge banoffi/meringue concoction which was absolutely delicious but unfortunately we could not finish it! The staff were very friendly and very prompt throughout the night and I would consider going all the way to Trim again just to eat here.

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Jules Restaurant @ Trim Castle Hotel
Castle Street, Trim, Meath

Found this resturant to be very dissapointing. We were seated to the tiniest table that was loaded with more utensils than a five star kitchen and from our table we had a dreary view of the hotel carpark. The food was a bitter disspointment, I ordered the duck to start and found it overcooked and tasteless, my wife ordered the scallops (which carried a surcharge) and was given queenies instead, which were also overcooked. In case anyone doesn't know, a queenie is to a scallop what a shrimp is to a prawn. For the main I had the supreme of chicken with chorizo and mozzarella and found it to be quite nice, except for the unimaginative sides of spuds and veg. For dessert I had a trio of small strawberry desserts, cheesecake, sorbet and meringue. With the exception of the fresh strawberry on the meringue, these all tasted bland and as if from a packet. The tasties dish of the night was the passionfruit pallet cleanser.

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

I found this place to be something of a mix bag. We were here on a menupages deal which unfortunately excluded the tepan tables. The regular dining area was empty and had absolutely no atmosphere while we got to listen to all the excitement upstairs. The staff were helpful but lacked good communication skills. The menu was little more than a glorified take away menu, with one small section of 'fancy' dishes, which were excluded from the deal. We paid the extra and ate off of this part of the menu. It seemed to me like the management went to every length cheat the voucher customers out of everything that set this place aside from every other asian restaurant. Our over priced food arrived and it was delicious but I have no desire to return to this restaurant.

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Buenos Aires Grill
Unit 2 Castle Way, Golden Lane, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

Visited this place with the missus and have to say I was absolutely blown away by the food. The best steak I have ever had and the best seasoning I have ever had. Even the desserts were outstanding.The staff were friendly and very helpful too. This was easily the best dining experience I have ever had. One thing I have to note, is that I was here with a menupages voucher, without it, I would probably have found the food very expensive. We can't wait to get back.

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The Abbey Tavern, Howth,
Abbey Street, Howth, Dublin

Popped in here while we were in Howth getting a bite. I have to say, I wasn't hugely impressed. The service wasn't bad or anything but the staff weren't particularly attentive either. The food was very drab. I had the fish and chips and had to note that the fish wasn't identified in the menu. Whatever it was it was very bland, and the side of mushy peas were even more bland, and I usually like mushy peas. My partner had the sole and it was even worse...would not be surprised if it had come out of a Moy Park wrapper. Wouldn't recommend.

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Katie Daly's
78 Main Street, Gorey, Wexford

Visited this place on a whim as we were on Gorey main street and we were blown away. The restaurant itself is very nice and the service was second to none. The food was delicious to boot. We ordered the chicken wings and the chicken strippers. The strippers were nice and crispy and came with three delicious dips. The wings were just right and also came swimming in a delicious sauce. I would have licked the plates if there had not been other people around. Will definitely return some day.

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Port House Pintxo
12 Eustace Street, Dublin 2, Temple Bar, Dublin

Much like the Port House, Pintxos has a great tapas and wine menu. But unlike Port House it is abit more spacious and even has a heated smoking area that you can eat in. This time I ordered potato cubes, the sardines and the calamari on their three dishes + a glass of wine deal and it was excellent. Have to say though that the service was a little slower as we were sitting outside this time but that won't stop me returning.

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

OH brought me here on a whim and I have to say I was impressed. The atmosphere was good and bad at the same time, I loved the cavernous feel to the restaurant but at the same time, it felt a little crowded and almost as though we had other customers sitting with us at our tiny cramped table. The service was prompt and friendly, the food was amazing and the price (we got a tapas lunch deal) was great too. Would definitely recommend their fried goats cheese and their meatballs.

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Boojum
Millennium Walkway, Dublin 1, City Centre North, Italian Quarter, Dublin

Very hard to fault this place. Food is excellent. Service is excellent. Price is excellent. Selection is excellent. If I had to find a flaw it would be that some burritos are terribly messy, unlike other mexican places I have been to about toen.

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Nandos Swords
Swords Pavilions, Swords, Dublin

I used to go to Nandos alot in the UK and buy their products from the supermarket and really like them but the more I visit Nandos in Swords the less I like it. The food is delicious but the portions are small and over here the food is very pricey. Also, I had to give a low score for the service on the grounds that the waiters will not take your orders, you have to go to the till and order from the cashier.

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OKA Restaurant
Northwood Demense, North Dublin, Santry, Dublin

Visited Mandalay recently and was appalled at the bill. The food was exquisite but the portions were tiny, especially considering we had to pay for rice etc separately. Just from reading the menu we could see that the mains were over priced, but upon getting them and seeing how small they were too, we were gob smacked. The atmosphere was dead, and the service was just that, service, and nothing more. Will not be returning unless their prices drop.

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Siam Thai (Andrews Street)
14/15 Andrews Street, City Centre South, Dublin

Had a brilliant meal in Siam Thai and it was very reasonably priced. The food was brilliant and the service was good. I didn't find the atmosphere to be great but that was largely down to this experience as we were seated beside the window and I hate that as every passer by tends to gawk in. Will definitely be returning.

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Cedarooms - Bar and Restaurant @ Killeshin Hotel
Dublin Road, Portlaoise, Laois

I visited the Killeshin a few weeks ago and found the whole experience very disappointing. The food was brilliant but the staff were very rude, and because of this, I will be steering clear in future.

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Mulino's
23 Watermill road, North Dublin, Dublin 5, Raheny, Dublin

I went to Mulinos after hearing some mixed reviews. The restaraunt is very nice and the staff were very helpful, but food was very bland. My OH had a lasagne that was very bland and flavourless, completely lacking any tast of garlic, and not even any simple seasoning. I had a pizza which was completely tasteless except for the salami that was on it.

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Sheng Jing
110 Drumcondra Road Upper, North Dublin, Drumcondra, Dublin

I visited this place one weekday afternoon with the OH as we saw a well priced, three course lunch deal was on offer. The service started off good but dwindled quickly. The food was awful. Our starters were fine but for the main course my OH order chicken fried rice and I ordered the crispy duck. Upon arrival, my crispy duck was soggy. And as the fat had not been cooked enough, half of the portion was in-edible. My OH complained of a smoky taste to her chicken, though upon inspection it did not seem to be burned. I tried some and asceratined that the chicken had been cooked in very old, very dirty oil. When I complained the staff became very rude. Dessert followed and was the worst, cheapest, most disgusting ice cream I have ever eaten.

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

I visted the gbk last night and found the food to be quite nice. I did however find it to be somewhat over priced and found the service to be incredibly slow. This was particularly bothersome as the restaurant wasn't in the slightest bit busy.

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

What a great place. Some say it was expensive but I felt it was worth every penny. Food was great and the service was even better. I will definitely be returning.

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Taco Taco
Unit 19 Epicurean Food Hall, Liffey Street Lower, City Centre North, Dublin

This place is amazing. Great food, great value, great service and from what I'm told, the most authentic Mexican place in Ireland. The best guacamole I've ever had. If you're in the food hall, you must go here! Beef nachoes are my favourite.

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Wagamama - Stephen's Green
St Stephen's Green Centre, South King St, Dublin 2, City Centre South, Dublin

I really love Wagamama even though there are a lot of things on the menu that I wouldn't touch. Of course that's just personal opinion. The restaurant's only real downfall I noticed was that the hectic nature of the restaurant, it can sometimes affect service. Also, great value for money.

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