Fitzers Restaurant (Temple Bar) Reviews
Description:40/42 Temple Bar Sq, Dublin 2.Tel:+353-(0)1679-0440
Newest Review: ... week. I had lamb lasagne (£8.50) which was fine if a little underseasoned. It was accompanied by what was described as a salad but which was really just a garnish. Even though I knew (I have been there before for all the nice safe reasons mentioned above) the Lasagne was substantial, I ordered Buffalo chips (£2) as well. I can give no excuse for my gluttony other than the Monday munchies. ... more
Customer Fitzers Restaurant (Temple Bar) Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/12/01, updated on 07/12/01 (Useful, 207 readings)
Fitzers is the Burt Bacharach of restaurants - v. middle-of-the-road. It is relatively inexpensive and most people find something they like on the menu. All nice safe reasons for choosing a place to eat. I can't imagine anyone fantisising about the food they eat there but I couldn't imagine people refusing ever to go back again. I went with a gang from work for lunch last week. I had lamb lasagne (£8.50) which was fine if a little underseasoned. It was accompanied by what was described as a salad but which was really just a garnish. Even though I knew (I have been there before for all the nice safe reasons mentioned above) the Lasagne was substantial, I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/01, updated on 03/09/01 (Very useful, 304 readings)
So you all know by now that my holiday in Dublin was not an unqualified success. Let me clarify - it was a great success, fun and relaxing and loads of that, but it was marred by a couple of B-A-D encounters: I suffered a bout of food poisoning from a supposedly reputable restaurant, and a taxi driver nearly swindled us out of a decent amount of cash (sorry Ken, no offence to the category - I'd have done better to look out for your cab, but you were on your hols). Otherwise, it was a great stay - the city is lovely, and the surrounding countryside is simply awesome. And the rain was a welcome break from the 35-40 degrees back home! Ever one for looking on ... Read the complete review
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