Its located in a side street just off Grafton Street. Very friendly staff and lovely food. Hope to stop by again
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The restaurant we were referred to was closed so we ended up in the kitchen and it was a great save. Small place with friendly waitstaff. We had the soup that was sweet potato and it was outstanding. Our entrees were curry chicken, marinated grilled...More
Stopped here for dinner and had the early bird special. Good high quality food. Definitely recommend anyone looking for a good restaurant in Dublin to go here. Quiet restaurant and friendly staff.
Not a massive menu but the choice was adequate for our lunch. Food was presented nicely and was good portions and e taste etc was good. Would certainly not hesitate to go back.
Usually go for lunch but decided to go for an early dinner on Sunday. The Rib-Eye was out of this world! We also had a special chocolate ice cream tart which was to die for. Staff friendly and welcoming as always. Will definitely be returning.
Walked in, dealt with a sassy bald Asian male waiter. He was profiling us, guess you have to come in here dressed up or something ...he was being polite to everyone else except us with major attitude. We might look young but we are well...More
The food here was very, very good. Starter was crispy calamari salad. Well presented and the tomato chilli jam really set the calamari off. For main. a truly excellent cajun creole jambalaya - thoroughly enjoyable. A nice touch, I thought were the Irish Craft beers,...More
I came in here for a hiding place and in search of a little bit of class and a good espresso, amidst the tacky other Grafton street options, on Thursday. I received a warm welcome and my delicious coffee was seamlessly enjoyed. Top staff
Myself & Friends booked here on a Saturday night,it was very busy ,a kind gentleman brought us to our table i think he was the manager.We kicked off the evening with a round of crafty ales & cider.They had an early bird menu going all...More
Looking for a nice casual spot in the city centre, and we decided to try somewhere new to us rather than a loca, favourite. The Kitchen had a nice looking menu with reasonable prices just off Grafton St, so we checked it out. It seemed...More