The pizza here is just delish! staff can be sometimes slow, not sure if they are busy or oblivious. all the same, yum!
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Been here on Friday evening, didn't have a booking, but managed to find a table for 2 even if the place was quite busy. The food was good - we had pizzas - and the staff was OK.
Popped in on a Friday evening ,did not reserve a table but it was around 5:30pm and looked quiet. The waitress asked if we could be finished by 7:15 pm. I laughed and said "it's food we want not lodgings ". The food was excellent. Both dishes were pasta . Staff were friendly and atmosphere was relaxed and really felt... More
We popped in at prime dinner time on a Sunday evening without a reservation. They were very accommodating and got us a table right away. Food was great. We had pizza, garlic bread and two different pasta dishes. All were delicious. Our waitress forgot to put in our order of garlic bread. Since it came out a bit later than... More
We visited here on our last night of our city break after fancying Italian food. Nice intimate restaurant, tables maybe a little too close together but nice atmosphere. We both had the breaded mozzarella to start and calzone for main. The mozzarella was a tiny bit underdone, needed frying a little longer as wasn't very melted/slightly cold in the centre... More
Fairly average as Italian restaurants go, and although that might sound critical, it isn't. I'm always happy with Italian grub, and this place is much what you'd expect from a small independent place, and reasonably priced. I plumped for the calzone, and was suprised when it came with a steak knife. It did take a bit of getting into, but... More
Stopped in for dinner as we were in the mood for a good wood-fired pizza. The restaurant is small and was full, but we were able to get the last available table upstairs (there is another dining area downstairs). We ordered a bottle of house red wine (Montepulciano d'abruzzo) which was good and reasonably priced. Knowing we wanted some leftovers... More
After spending quite a while finding somewhere to have dinner, with all the variety in Dublin, we were happy we chose here. A lovely little find! With it being quite small, we popped in on the off chance to see if they had a table left that hadn't been booked. We were quickly seated and served, with so much to... More
I have eaten here quite a bit before and usually have good experience. This time the service was quite poor. Waited nearly 45 minutes for a bowl of soup. The waitress then told me that soup was not ready and that they had also lost my order.
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Hi there, I'm trying to organise a restaurant for a large group dinner (approx. 50 people), would you be able to accommodate this?