The Left Bank Bistro restaurant
Fry Place, Athlone, Westmeath
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Reviewed 19th November 2013 (visited 16 November 2013)
I was very impressed with the food, it was well presented and tasty. I thought the mains were a little on the expensive side but you do get beautiful food and sides come with. I would definately go back.
Reviewed 10th April 2013 (visited 5 April 2013)
We ate here for lunch on our way to Galway, myself and the other half have eaten here several times but we had the four children with us this time. The service was quick and friendly, the childrens menu was lovely and my six year old could have his favorite chicken wings while the four year old had his pasta, my nine year old had the spring rolls, they devoured every little bit! My teenager had a huge basket of buffalo wings which he devoured and he is an expert in wings! The other half had duck noodle dish from the thai menu, I had the left bank salad with a hunk of foccacia bread. We rounded off our lunch with some tirimisu, chocolate mud cake, smarties cookies and a slice of chocolate almond pavlova! A great value lunch, lovely place to bring the family!
Reviewed 05th February 2012 (visited 4 February 2012)
There was 8 of us and we all enjoyed our experience in this restaurant. No one had any complaints from the starters to dessert. Try the potato skins, The restaurant got very busy while we were there, but we were still not forgotten about . I will definitely go here again the next time I'm in Athlone.
Reviewed 27th July 2011 (visited 29 June 2011)
I tried this restaurant for the first time on a recommendation. I'm not in Athlone often but when I am I always eat here. I've eaten here four times. On this night the restaurant was really busy but I was lucky enough to get a table. The atmosphere was lively. I'd a fantastic fish dish followed by an indulgent chocolate cake. The staff are very friendly, welcoming and efficient. I will definitely be back again..
Reviewed 20th February 2011 (visited 15 February 2011)
Have dined here for lunch on numerous occassions and love it. Lovely atmosphere and food always tasty. They do a lovely range of home-made cakes, in particular their mocha cake which I cannot resist!! Service is always polite and efficent. Will continue to dine here when in Athlone
Reviewed 01st February 2011 (visited 23 December 2010)
We were part of a group of 8.Visited on a recommendation of a friend and glad we did.The decor is simple but clean.I went for the Tiger Prawns in Won Ton and they were delicious.Everyone in our group was very happy with the standard of the food and cooking.WIne was reasonably priced.The service was speedy,friendly and efficient.The bill for the food and wine was a pleasant surprise.Will definately return
Reviewed 12th March 2012 (visited 24 December 2011)
This place was buzzing on Christmas Eve and though it's not cheap for lunch, I love coming here for good food, nice venue and good service.