Great visit, food first class, tasty, prices not too bad, wouldn't say cheap, but decent value, doesn't look great, but maybe that's the charm of it, would return for an informal meal.
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I had dinner here on Wednesday 6th of July with a friend. We both had chicken dishes which were superbly cooked and the sides (salad, fries and galic potatoes) were delicious. The staff were very friendly and attentive and the place has the kind of...More
On a very busy Friday evening we had few options of restaurants with availability without a reservation so we walked into the half empty South Street. We had the bruschetta starter to share, it was good, it's hard to mess up such a simple dish....More
We visited this place for lunch because of the one price luncheon prices! Food was ok but definitely price was right!! Ended lunch with Irish Coffee that was not very good! Service was ok!! Not typical Irish friendly service -- but it was quick and...More
Good food and inexpensive if you go for the specials. Upholstery on all benches and chairs slashed with stuffing showing. Not very appealing.
Trying to find a pasta place in Dublin with a free table after 7:30 pm was looking like an impossible task until we came across South Street Restaurant. Our expectations weren't high but we were very pleasantly surprised. We were seated immediately; the service was...More
I visited this place with my boyfriend, and if you are after a romantic restaraunt I would not recommend this as the place. The restaraunt needs some DIY, we had to change tables due to a wobbly leg and all of the chairs had bad...More
We chanced upon this place on our way into Temple Bar for a night out, wanting something to eat before some drinks we went in and were pleasantly surprised. The food was authentic Italian and full of flavour and also reasonably priced, €50 for two...More
Plenty of variety for starters and main courses and the tiramisiu was great....enjoyed a relaxing meal here during St. Patricks weekend. It was very busy but the service was still very good. Reasonably priced for Dublin city centre..
went here on an evening out in dublin castle and walked in to quite a suprised little venue, food was delish and friendly staff would go again.