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Main Street, Ashbourne, Meath

best pizza in Ashbourne n


57 Deerpark Road, Mount Merrion, Dublin

Back from Michaels today - still can't believe the absolute and incredible rudeness and arrogance of owner Tariq! Might he be getting to big for his boots ! So will NOT be visiting again having experienced first hand his despicable customer service ! He definitely promotes customer is always wrong philosophy- stay in the kitchen Tariq! Bring back Michael!!


CHQ Building, IFSC, Dublin

It is a long time since I have encountered such surly staff - apart from the lady on the front desk. I asked for a slice of the advertised Guinness bread and the waiter responded 'soda bread', telling me they were one and the same! We were an age waiting to be served, which is never convenient at lunchtime. There was no 'please' or 'thank you' when it came to pay the bill. The venue was freezing. It was a much different experience to an evening some time earlier in the Ely Place branch, and I shall not return.


Casual Dining

Number 6, Smithfield, Dublin

Enjoy a visit to Oscars every now & then. I usually have the goats cheese salad as it's really fresh & tasty but this time was a bit dissapointed. They have halved the size of the portion of goats cheese & loaded in extra salad! Cop on Oscars! Don't let ur standards slip. People notice portion sizes. Won't be in a hurry back. Such a pity but there is lots of other places to eat in the area.

Reviewed by: PJB

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96B Omni Park Shopping Centre, Santry, Dublin

Went yesterday for the first time. Food was delicious. Friendly service. Lovely warm atmosphere.

Reviewed by: ESSEX

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Casual Dining

Moyvalley, Moyvalley, Kildare

Grand spot to break a journey. Always found the staff very pleasant. Good value for those with kids. Seems to have a lot of regulars which is always a good sign.



59 Glasthule Road, Sandycove, Dublin

The ambieince and food was very good. My mackeral starter and Turbot main course were excellent and flavours were well matched.. But I thought the prices were slightly too high

Reviewed by: MB100

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Pub Grub

Johnstown, Naas, Kildare

The staff don't care anymore


33 Harcourt Street, City Centre South, Dublin

This place is on top of the Dean Hotel with a fantastic view of the city. We rocked up without a reservation on a Friday evening as we were just looking for an impromptu pizza. There were no tables available, this place gets pretty booked up but the hosts are friendly and we were offered a seat at the bar. We ordered drinks and pizza. The pizza here is extremely good and the bar tender is friendly. We stayed for another drink and the left. Sophie's is a great little place, for longer stays they also have a rooftop bar.



19 Crane Lane, Temple Bar, Dublin

Thought we would pop in on a Friday evening for something cheap and cheerful. I didn't feel it was either. The waiters were very friendly, but zipping around the place as if under staffed and we were fogotten about. We shared a Garlic Mozza Panuzzo and Suzi+ pizza, both had too much cheese, but were very reasonably priced for Dublin city. My Irish craft cider however was not reasonably priced at €7.25. Very expensive. They forgot about the crust dip which is not the end of the world, but I couldn't get anyone attention to ask them for it and nobody came over to see how we were once the food arrive. I think what bugs me most about this place is the fact that nothing has been done to the decor since it use to be a Chineese Restaurant. The decor hasn't changed except the tables and chairs and for a pizza restaurant its very dark inside, dull and drab with not much atmosphere. I can't see myself coming back, there are better places to go on Dame street.