3 based on 40 reviews
The Grasshopper Inn is located in the middle of Clonee Village and a favourite watering hole and refuelling point (i.e. pub grub). We visited coming up to the Christmas holiday period and enjoyed roast duck with crispy potatoes and gravy, stuffed with festive spices and oranges in the stuffing, which made a great change to turkey â memorable. In addition to the excellent Carvery, there is also Bar food. This is an institution in Clonee, which celebrated 21 years recently - the restaurant has grown a lot and aims to use local produce. There is live music on weekends but we prefer a quiet pint of Guinness and a chat, in the large Beer Garden and then dining in the patio area. We thought prices were good value and we are hoping to return next year.
4 based on 159 reviews
We are around here, in the small village of Saggart, sharing with our customers the pleasure of good quality Italian and Mediterranean food. A visit in our cosy restaurant for breakfast, lunch or dinner will be a delicate drive through the passion and exc
Stopped here on the way back from tayto park with all the family, everyone was delighted with their meals, looking forward to going back
4 based on 216 reviews
We were here as a party of 8. Reasoable menu and while we were waiting for starters, were served with delicious bread & butter. As I said we were 8, so I am only going to mention what I ate. Had the patÃ©for starters. This was simply delicious. For mains I went for the pork, which was very disappointing. Too dry altogether for my liking. Also served on an enormous plate. I also asked for potatoe chips, but these are extra. Why oh why do they give the vegatbles as a part of the mains, but charge for any potatoe? Bit underhanded I think. Anyhow I had the warm brownie for dessert. Again this was simply delicious. And all topped off with an americano, which I found not very appealing.One of my Party had a salad ( I think Goat's cheese) for starter and this was served on an enormous plate - cannot understand why - see attached photo. As I said above I was most diapppointed with my mains, but my Wife had the rib eye ( â¬5.00 supplement ) & She said it was delicious - it certainly looked most appealing. Maybe I just picked the wrong food for mains.Overall cost was around â¬350.00, which was very reasonable considering 3 bottles of wine were also had, and the â¬5 steak supplement. One thing I wasn't impressed with was when I went to pay the bill, the cashier stressed that the charge did not include service charge. What a turn off.Will we return? I think it certainly does deserve another shot, but I won't be opting for the pork, thats for sure.
4 based on 372 reviews
The Lovely Food Co is delighted to bring Gourmet-Cafe Dining to Terenure Dublin. Brought to you by a multi award winning team we focus on the freshest local food, our team prepare in-house daily to deliver an extensive range of fresh homemade products to
With so many cafes and restaurants offering more and more vegan friendly options it is a pity that the lovely food company is not more inclusive. I was a loyal customer and as a local resident enjoyed visiting the cafe regularly. However since deciding to follow a plant based diet 2 years ago I have found no options that suit me here. In the last few years there has been no changes in the menu. My mum once asked if there was any dairy free treats available and the lady who I believe is the manager replied "dairy free is taste free". I was delighted a few months back to see the Lovely Food company was offering oat milk (instead of just regular soy milk). However recently my sister requested oat milk and the same manager said "the oat milk wasn't working for us". I find this offensive and unfair to loyal customers. To suggest that you cannot make plant based treats tasty (when there are amazing options available in Dublin now) and take oat milk off the menu when it was the reason we started returning to the cafe. There also isn't one breakfast, lunch or dinner option on the menu despite being labelled as 'vegan friendly' on trip advisor. I hope the lovely food company will become more inclusive, kinder to customers and see that they need to move with the changes in society and provide choice.
4 based on 224 reviews
2 of us shared cheese plate instead of dessert. Strangest combination- slices of processed cheddar and one soft cheese with a dusting of ...icing sugar! A lot of ingredients appear to be shop bought including the duck spring rolls and prawns. Service is excellent. Wine list is ok but pricey once you go away from the basic stuff. Great glasses of Guinness, expertly pulled.
4 based on 717 reviews
Joels is the ultimate family restaurant. Conveniently located on the Naas road with plenty of free parking. Joelâs menu is full of mouth-watering dishes to suit everyoneâs taste. We offer a full bar and wine menu along with specialty coffees.
I had the pleasure of dining in Joel's restaurant yesterday. We were made very welcome by the general manager and reception staff. We had a table booked and were seated immediately, there were six of us. One of the things I like about Joel's is that everyones food arrives at the same time. Food was cooked to perfection and the dessert are to die for.
4 based on 336 reviews
Located at the foothills of the Dublin Mountains, eating at the Merry Ploughboy is all about a pub dining experience that offers delicious and remarkable food and drinks that meet the highest standards of quality, freshness and seasonality, combining both
Went here Friday evening last and it was faultless from our two steaks and one of the best childrens menu around for our three girls(oh and those chicken wings wow...).Atmosphere spot on full of locals and passers by, staff fantastic, toilets spotless and value for money.....I think we may be back!! Well done to all and hang onto the chef...how this food was so good with such crowds....This is a well oiled machine.... keep doing what you are doing... Thankyou!
4 based on 380 reviews
The Anvil Restaurant is a family run restaurant in the heart of Saggart. It prides itself with delicious, locally produced food combined with friendly efficient service. With comfortable surroundings, dining in The Anvil Restaurant is truly a great experi
Dropped in for a quick brake Sat morn. Place busy but got table straight away. Quick service. Excellent food. Filtered Coffee refill. Couldn't be better.
4 based on 545 reviews
Pandinis Restaurant is located in Newlands Cross, Clondalkin Dublin 22. A modern Italian restaurant that offers an intimate and elegant setting with an informal family atmosphere, sumptuous food and excellent service. Our talented Italian head chef, Corne
Had food in this restaurant during lunch service. We had lasagne/chips and another dish was the fish/chips which was lovely. Long wait in between courses could not find server. Sticky toffee pudding was burnt and Mocha had to be returned as wasn't made properly. Very disappointing end to our meal.Hello Ruby N,Thank you for sharing your feedback. We are sad to hear things did not go as expected. We are always working hard to make sure every customer has a positive experience. We will take your feedback into account as we work toward improving the way we do business. We would appreciate the opportunity to make this right, but can only do so if you give us a second chance.Kind regards,Pandini's
4 based on 90 reviews
This is an in house bar and restaurant that serves great bar food and drink to patrons of the hotel at reasonable prices and provides great customer service including plates, silverware, glasses for wine and mixed drinks and ice and lemons and limes and is open from after breakfast to late evening and is right next to the breakfast room that serves that meal! It is highly recommended!
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