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Any good restaurants?

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potato potato

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Siam in Dundrum.

I have a semi just thinking about it.

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What style? What part of town?

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Im desperately seeking a good pub burger location in dublin also.

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Thai

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boojum

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this place was actually pretty good www.edenrestaurant.ie

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MTB - Bull and Castle, FXB (Temple Bar or Baggot Street), Ely, Gourmet Burger Kitchen on South William Street (not a pub burger, but good burgers surrounded by great pubs), The Counter on Suffolk Street (great burgers surrounded by good pubs).

friendorfaux - ANSWER ME TAE FUCK

iamdusted - Saba, Koh, Diep, Camille (in that order, Saba is amazing).

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Bon Appetit in Malahide is fucking fantastic and great value too. Beats anywhere in Belfast hands down

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Fancy and near The Berkley Court, Matthew! Want to treat the Mrs Faux.

Someone told me there is a very good vegetarian place but can't remember the name (recommendations don't need to be veggie btw).

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Alright then, great fancy places coming up. Pearl Brasserie (expensive), Juniors (superb, tiny, like a little NY deli during the day, lovely at night), Cornucopia (veggie and wholefood, but done right, as a non-veggie, you'd not really notice), The Pig's Ear, The Butchers Grill, Dillingers, Bang (pretty expensive again), French Paradox (probably the nearest to your hotel, superb wine and good food if you like duck).

I could go on, Dublin may cost a fucking bomb, but my god, the restaurants are brilliant.

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Cheers Matthew! Gentleman.

I'm pretty sure Cornucopia is the one. Making me wish we were going down tomorrow now. I'll keep a note of them other for next time.

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I'm hungry now.

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possibly the best replys ever matthew, tip o the cap.

I like the sound of the Bull and castle and Juniors.

Your shits must be worth about ten quid a pop Matthew with such fine dining lad.

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Well, free dining in work Monday to Friday, so you definitely find yourself worrying about the weekend bills less. Think I'm going to give this place a go this weekend as it has been getting great reviews: 777.ie

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www.bangrestaurant.com

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^ already mentioned

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The Thai place next door to Boojum near the jervais centre is nice.

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That's Koh, mentioned above. I've got this job sewn up. Unlike my stomach.

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Its really good.

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@friendorfaux Pearl Brasserie has been mentioned and it also has a full a la carte vegetarian menu..and as a veggie I like it very much...better than the usual slop on a plate that passes for veggie food. www.pearl-brasserie.com

Top Dublin Restaurants:

Very Expensive
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud
L'Ecrivain
Thorntons
Chapter One

Expensive but worth it
Pearl Brasserie
Locks Brasserie
Dax Restaurant

Pricey and very good
La mere Zou
China Sichuan

Good and good value
Whitefriar Grill
Le Bon Crubeen
Seapoint

But you wont go wrong with Pearl

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Pearl looks amazing.

Want

Mesclun Salad €6.00
Shaved Apple, Candied Peacan Nuts

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Gnocchi €16.00
Black Truffle, Cepes Cream, Lentil Puree, Hazelnuts

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Patrick guilbaud and chapter one are Michelin starred restaurants. Have always wanted to try both.

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Are you veggie Friendorfaux?

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I ate in Siam thai before although it wasn't in Dundrum and it was indeed great

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Il vicoletto crow street if u like italian, unreal

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This thread is making me want to go to Dublin next weekend and eat nice food!

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Me too. Take me.

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Patrick Guilbaud is actually 2 Star Michelin, then again I've never placed much worth in those, it's not really about the food, it's more about the service, presentation, surroundings etc.

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Road trip, really try that place i said if u can, we ate in it years.ago for.Olivia' birthday theb were in Dublin in January and stumbled.upon it again, best Italia restaurant I've eaten in, outside of.Italy

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would love Belfast to have a place like that Cornucopia, i'd open it myself if i wasn't so lazy. heading to Dublin in a few hours going to check it out if i get the chance.

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Not veggie but mrs faux is. Comprehensive listings for plenty of trips. Took a note of a few places.

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Cornucopia is awesome.

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Pichet is real nice and quite reasonable too, Nick murnier's restaurant. My dad made the seating there, comfiest seats EVAH

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www.elephantandcastle.ie apparently do good wings

Also best kebabs in the country can be had in zaytoon

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Elephant and Castle has lost it's appeal - if you want chicken, go to Crackbird, it is superb decadence

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L'Ecrivain - amazing.

I like the Canalbank Cafe. Great chicken wings.

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Whatever you do go to the Mongolian Barbecue next time you're in dublin. Absolutely amazing place in temple bar and is only 5 euro up to 5 oclock. you get a wee bowl and you fill it up with all your veg and all your sauce and all your spices, then you pick what meat you want and you bring everything up to the chef who is standing over this huge semi circular hot plate with these two big metre sticks and he just tosses your food onto that and mixes it all up with the spices and the sauces steaming up and billowing into the air and making your mouth water. It is some spot. then he scoops it into the bowl as you stand waiting and when you get to your table theres a bowl of rice waiting for you. FOR FIVE EURO FOLKS!!!! Incredible place. Never seen value like it. theyre bound to put the price up sooner or later. Plus, when you go they give you real old school refresher chews. Whats not to like?http://www.mongolianbbq.ie/

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I seriously doubt the price will go up any time soon, the place is a dump.

Jesus Matthew, you eat well. I seem to be finding myself more and more and BYOB places in Dublin, can't really afford to be throwing money at food anymore.
Semi-decent sushi place opened on caple st called musashi, you can bring your own so works out well...

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That crack bird looks the ticket for a fast food hit. mobile.menupages.ie/mobRestMenu.aspx?rid=7362

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The Soy Garlic chicken at Crackbird is amazing, really. The whole thing is a really social and cool experience too, no pretension at all.

matthewS. - like I said I'm not really paying for food at all during the week anymore thanks to work, so I can afford treats at the weekend. Also don't really drink at all, so lots of money saved there.

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apart from the name of course.

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The name is pretentious? How so

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welsh male voice choir performing at the statue of molly malone, at the back beside the staue, protest against the welsh

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few korean bbq places on capel st too, awesome stuff. kimchi stiryfry is amazing. god matt ive lived here for a while and you have given me a few tips, bring on next week!

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MONGOLIAN BBQ

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I want to get a voucher (cos I think of anything else as a pressie) for someone fo a fancy restaurant in Dublin.

Pearl/Chapter One then??

This person's fave Dublin restaurant is Ely so thats ruled out.

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PM Matthew... he'll lie to you all day long about how amazing Dublin is.

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They're certainly not disappointing places to eat anyway!

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Theres a good chance they've ate in the best places though! Suppose they arent gonna turn a free dinner down tho :)

which one Matthew? you ate in both?

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