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Tue, 3/8
20:00
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After-hours
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Irish, European
FEATURES
Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We really enjoyed the food and the service was excellent, but it was fairly unpleasant sitting outside due to Pygmalion being a step away. The very loud music playing, people lined up next to where you're eating, many of whom are smoking, was a real...bummer as you're trying to enjoy a lovely dinner. I would recommend trying once they open indoor dining againMore

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Simply fabulous evening spent here. Food was superb as were the drinks (especially the cocktails) but what sets this restaurant apart from any others I've been in since restrictions lifted was the service. Our waiter was so good - he gave us great advice as...to what drinks would work with our food and on many occasions pre-empted our needs by refilling our water and repleneshing the extra ice we ordered (it was a beautiful balmy evening) before we asked. Haven't seen such good service in action in a long time and really sets this restaurant apart. All in all a fantastic evening and can't wait to come back.More

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed 23 June 2021 via mobile

Delicious food, divine cocktails and the best service from start to finish. After a long few months at home we couldn't have had a better night out.

Date of visit: June 2021
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Reviewed 4 October 2020

Our booking had to be moved to the heated outside area (on the street of the same name) due to Covid 19 restrictions on restaurants in Dublin at the time. So a word about that first. Bookings are limited to 90 mins and that allows...for thorough cleaning although the tables were a little too close for my liking to be honest. Maybe stagger them a bit? That said, staff were masked and sanitizer was provided. So to the food. Despite the difficulties they had to operate under food was very good. The starter of flatbread with lamb and hummus was just the right side of spicy and reminiscent of Turkish holidays. Crab starter was good too. The steak was very good, cooked exactly the medium rare way I wanted and with that and the quality of the meat it needed little else to be perfect. The mushroom in pastry was excellent - a fantastic mix of various mushrooms. Perfect autumn dish. Didn't have dessert, not enough time. Good value and good list of wines by the glass. Not going to pretend it was similar to the buzzy nights and longer menus when we were there in the past but fair dues to the team for making a restricted night out as good as it could be.More

Date of visit: October 2020
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Reviewed 13 September 2020

Very disappointing dinner out on Saturday night. On our arrival there was a large group in the window area where 2 tables seemed to merge and they were all interacting closely with each other. Also, the behaviour of one waiter made for an uncomfortable hour...as I saw him repeatedly take his visor off and spin it around on his fingers a few times, then put it on his face again and subsequently pick up glasses of drinks to serve to customers outside. He also made no effort at social distancing while taking orders or showing us to our table and I saw him hug 3 different customers as they left. The food was tasty but really could not relax as I didn't feel safe in this restaurant in the current circumstances.More

Date of visit: September 2020
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Reviewed 3 August 2020

We visited this restaurant this past weekend and were extremely disappointed with the food offering. We had booked beforehand as we had been asked to do but too be honest I don't think it would have made much difference as there seemed to be plenty...of tables. The menu appears to have condensed from previous visits but that also seemed to be the case with some of the other restaurants we visited in Dublin as well. The service was good and attentive and the location of the restaurant is good just across from the very busy Pygmalion but our meal was dreadful it was poorly put together and presented even worse. I'm sorry to say this as I know it hasn't been easy for restaurantours lately but you really need to improve the quality and presentation of your dishes if you expect people to keep paying your prices.More

Date of visit: July 2020
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Reviewed 18 April 2020

We had dinner here on the recommendation of a few people. It was fine but other than two good main courses everything was either expensive or a bit unimpressive or both. Starters small and pricey, desserts quite ordinary. The people serving were quite disinterested. When...they were asked about the dishes they gave very little information. Not somewhere we would bother to go again and certainly not impressive as some of the reviews suggested.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 21 February 2020 via mobile

Extremely Disappointed!!! My fiend and I have always dined in Coppinger Row every time we are in Dublin. We have visited and dined here for approx 6yrs with every time being a wonderful experience with the most attentive and cheerful staff, so much so, that...we used to go for a late lunch and end up sitting right through until closing at night time, catching up over lunch, dinner and a couple of bottles of wine. Last year when we were there we thought the staff were just having an off day and left it at that. We did notice the usual chatty staff we had came to recognise weren’t there. Last night we visited to celebrate my friends birthday, but more so, to celebrate her finishing her chemo before she starts her radiotherapy. It was a very cold night, but because of how she is at the moment after treatment, she gets very hot, plus, we always have had a habit of sitting outside and people watching. We sat for ages and nobody even came near us. I ended up having to go inside to order some soft drinks and ask for a menu. The dark haired waitress ( never seen her before )was quite blasé when she finally came out. We then waited again for prob 20/25mins if not longer, waiting to actually order. I watched the waitress walking around inside, not always doing something, the waiter was actually setting a table at the other side of the window from were we were sitting but didn’t acknowledge us either. The waitress served many more customers who came in after us that went inside the restaurant, but for whatever reason, probably because it was colder outside, didn’t want to have to come out to us. When she did finally come to take our order, she didn’t ask if we wanted to order wine, no wine list was even offered so we just thought sod them, we won’t order any, we can go elsewhere where our presence is actually important to the members of staff, whom we are keeping in employment. I begrudgingly ordered our meal ( hoping it would get better for the sake of my friend, her circumstances and what was meant to be a celebration, I didn’t want to upset her by saying something to the staff ) We asked the waitress if she could put the outside heaters on, these are usually on in the evenings as they do be for the patrons of pyg across the street, she could see, as could anyone, my friend has cancer, she has no hair, no eyebrows, no eyelashes, it’s pretty obvious!! My chum, who is usually hot had a blanket wrapped round her shoulders but they didn’t even think to ask if she needed anything. Again, it seemed an inconvenience, saying oh I thought they were on! The starter was quite average, but to be fair, the rib eye steak was fantastic. ( well done to the chef! ) I actually asked the waiter ( as the waitress stopped serving us ) if we could have the bill when he brought our mains out as I didn’t want to have to sit waiting for ages to get it. He said no sure I’ll bring it out in a bit, I promise. We ate, he came out, we paid and left. I did say to him that I noticed the staff had changed and that the service wasn’t good, he said sorry they haven’t replaced the staff that have left - the sad thing is, the staff that have left were fantastic. I can truly say, that after years of patronage we will never be back.More

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 13 February 2020 via mobile

Great visit today for the first time , nice menu , good prices and great service. I will certainly be back here in the not to distant future.

Date of visit: February 2020
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Reviewed 9 February 2020

Busy restaurant but great service and lovely food - prawns were delicious. Good desserts and coffee too.

Date of visit: January 2020
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Hi there, thank you for your enquiry. As the gentleman above kindly answered. Coppinger Row is the name of the lane we are located on in the centre of Dublin.
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