No beer. Lots of wine. Great steak! Don't hesitate to go downstairs if you want to escape from the typical "irish pub" go for the 3 course menu. Even if you are not that hungry!
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Lovely pre theater dinner. Didn't book. Great selection on the menu. Goats cheese salad and tomatoes and pepper soup to start. But it was the mains which stole the show! Ravioli with spinach and mushrooms...yum..yum...yum. Chicken with a calavdos and tarragon sauce...yummy. Clean plates all...More
The food was amazing mussels marinieres,the shrimp and the crab as starters were really tasty. The steak was so tender that u could swallow it easily and my friend took ravioli that I tried <3. Food extasy. And the staf were really friendly smiling and...More
popped into this restaurant one friday evening and it looked nice but the tables were so close it was too friendly, the food was poor and we didnt enjoy it sorry
Went here with some friends recently and were so impressed we went back last Saturday. Downstairs was full and we were accommodated on the first floor. Not nearly as good a room: very small and there was a constant draft from a door which did...More
I went here for lunch today while wandering around near Trinity College looking for a place for lunch. The place is smallish though the food and service are great. Highly recommended for those liking French food. It is also not that expensive, another plus.
Small restaurant but tasty food with good value. The waiters were French and very polite. We had braised venison with mashed potato and pan fried trout with veggies and also mashed potato but I think it was not a good combination as with the venison...More