Restaurants in Dublin (county) in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... away. the ground floor was full of interesting looking people, all chatting away, the kitchen was beside you as you walked in, so you could see everything was freshly prepared, the place was buzzing! we had to wait a couple of minns to speak to the guy in charge, he popped us on a stool and asked us to wait 10 mins. i was happy to wait, it gave me a chance to peer around at everyone! shortly after we came in about 15 people followed so we were pleased to get in. after about 8 mins we were shown to our seats. now the room itself was a bit shabby and the tables and chairs were secondhand looking, mismatched and formica style. it all a... more
Customer Restaurants in Dublin (county) in general Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/08/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
Two of us were lucky enought to be in Dublin for the weekend... we got hungry! Gruel was recommended to us by my aunt. She lives in Dublin and works in the arts, goes out for dinner often with friends and will always point you in an interesting direction. she certainly managed to do this! Gruel was easy to find, its close to Temple Bar and has a small neon sign outside at eye level, simple to find! actually although we had been recommended Gruel we did look around at the other restaurants in the area and nothing was appealing to me. as soon as i walked in i loved it. it reminded me of a New York diner straight away. the ground floor was full of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/02, updated on 26/02/02 (Very useful, 1147 readings)
If you are in Dublin and want to enjoy a good meal out, you could do far worse than try the Rubicon Restaurant in the centre of town. We were taken there by some friends of ours on a recent visit. They had never eaten there, but knew the owner, and as it was a special occasion (a fortieth birthday) they decided to book a table for during our visit. WHERE TO FIND IT The Rubicon is in the heart of the city of Dublin, almost next to the Shelbourne Hotel, and right opposite O’Donoghue’s Pub. It is close to St. Stephens Green. Trinity College is just a street away, and the National art gallery is just round the corner. You can park right outside ... Read the complete review
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