Stopped here for lunch and was very impressed at the quality of the food. The staff were helpful, and there was a good selection of food. I cannot fault anything.
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My friends from Cork recommended we have a meal out here for my last night visiting the city and I thought it looked amazing and the staff were very professional but didn't hide away from a bit of humor. The food was absolutely delicious!! My...More
We visited tonight for a meal. Were seated immediately. Staff are friendly but not intrusive - however no one asked if everything was too our taste. My pasta dish initially tasted lovely but as I was eating, I noticed some of the chicken was quite...More
We chose this restaurant for a young child's birthday get-together. It worked out extremely well for both adults and children. Portions are on the large size and everybody was content.
I have been a waitress before. and a manager as well. and never have I seen a staff work together to take care of the customer. the food was amazing for Italian food in Ireland. my husband had the lasagna, I had a salmon both...More
This is a great place to bring kids. We went there with our toddler and baby and enjoyed an evening meal. We also had just coffee and cake on another day, so it is great for small snacks too. Staff are very accommodating and kind.
Lovely place for a casual meal. It's a large airy restaurant. There is a big menu, from steak and fish to pizza. Good vegetarian selection too. A glass of wine is served in a vase- like carafe. Different! There is a great value early bird...More
I had chicken and apart from the raw fries, I was fine. My girlfriend however ate the lasagna. 10 minutes after we left the restaurant she said she felt sick. We hurried to our B&B and she was sick for the whole afternoon + evening....More
It had been years since I had eaten in Luigi Malone's in Dublin to the point that I couldn't remember the meal/experience there. I was in Cork for the weekend of April 7th with a group and I went to LM's on the Saturday as...More
Last Saturday evening I went to a John Prine concert in Cork opera house. My son and I arrived from Kerry about an hour before the show and decided to pass the time by having something to eat. We choose Luigi Malones as it was...More