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    Posted: 15 Dec 2010 at 10:51am

My favourite one has to be the Teppan Yaki menu in Chai Yo Restaurant on Baggott Street. For those that ain't been its just opposite the BOI HQ middle of baggott Street. Great place, great staff, great foodClap good place to  bring a bird or even a few people. Plus they serve Chang Beer so you can wear an Everton Jersey and not look like a scrubberTongue

Check out the website and menus below
 


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Luigi Malones in Temple Bar, great ribs and they do a lovely bier called Fischerbrau.
 
 
Also, if you're ever in Paris, head to Chez Janou, for brilliant french food, or
 
for amazing steak  Les Puces des Batignolles - huge steak comes served on a chopping board.


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Originally posted by magnumpi magnumpi wrote:

Luigi Malones in Temple Bar, great ribs and they do a lovely bier called Fischerbrau.
 
 
Also, if you're ever in Paris, head to Chez Janou, for brilliant french food, or
 
for amazing steak  Les Puces des Batignolles - huge steak comes served on a chopping board.
looks good http://www.luigimalones.com/index.php?page=homeClap never been
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Elephant and Castle

Great Burgers, Beers + The best Wings in Dublin

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Originally posted by bossofthemoss bossofthemoss wrote:

Elephant and Castle

Great Burgers, Beers + The best Wings in Dublin

Have been and they are quality alriteClap more of a pub though but still good. Keep them comingClap
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New one called the Butchers Grill in Ranelagh

Really good Steak, Ribs and quality House Reds
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Keshk Cafe on Upper Leeson Street. Top class Eastern Mediterranean food at reasonable prices. Bring your own wine and even if you forget, there's an off licence and a Spar a couple of doors down on either side. Keshk don't even hit you with a corkage fee.

Word to the wise. Despite the recession (or maybe because of the recession) its very busy and it only holds about 30 people, so advance booking is nearly always necessary for night time dining.
Dinner for two with a couple of bottles of wine for about €60.
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Nandos.

Also there's an Asian cuisine in Malahide called Kajaal, think it's just been Michelin starred, absolute quality and not that expensive either. 3 course early bird for 18.50. If your into your Indian Japanese or Pakistani food you gotta check it out.
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Good thread Justice:

My faves are

BAR PINTXOa tapas bar in Temple Bar which is perfect for a date!

LES FRERES JACQUES - Dame St - if you like French Cuisine

and...this one sounds a bit cheap - but I'm a Chinese food freak and have eaten in about a hundred Chinese restaurants in Dublin - the best to my taste is

LEMONGRASS - At City West.  Delicious spicy chicken salad starter (best dish in Dublin) and stunning hot currys!!!

For cheap casual food: I love Cactus Jacks just off Jervis St.




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nice cheap place for a bite to eat is Tenors in donnybrook
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Keshk Cafe on Upper Leeson Street. Top class Eastern Mediterranean food at reasonable prices. Bring your own wine and even if you forget, there's an off licence and a Spar a couple of doors down on either side. Keshk don't even hit you with a corkage fee.

Word to the wise. Despite the recession (or maybe because of the recession) its very busy and it only holds about 30 people, so advance booking is nearly always necessary for night time dining.
Dinner for two with a couple of bottles of wine for about €60.
ClapClapClapClap must give this one a  whirl Stoked Up. I really like the Cedar Tree on St. Andrews Street which does lebonese food so I'm imagime Keshk would be similiar enough http://www.menupages.ie/dublin/city_centre/city_centre_south/the_cedar_tree/menu.aspx
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Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:

Good thread Justice:

My faves are

BAR PINTXOa tapas bar in Temple Bar which is perfect for a date!
 
Tapas are excellentClap

LES FRERES JACQUES - Dame St - if you like French Cuisine
 
never been to the above siralex but often looked at the menu $$$$$$$$$Shocked would imagine its nice though

and...this one sounds a bit cheap - but I'm a Chinese food freak and have eaten in about a hundred Chinese restaurants in Dublin - the best to my taste is

LEMONGRASS - At City West.  Delicious spicy chicken salad starter (best dish in Dublin) and stunning hot currys!!!

For cheap casual food: I love Cactus Jacks just off Jervis St.


anyone know any good seafood restuarants in town ? I hera there's a great one in howth but its a massive trek for me
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Originally posted by Max Power Max Power wrote:

Nandos. Dead get out of this thread Max PowerLOL

Also there's an Asian cuisine in Malahide called Kajaal, think it's just been Michelin starred, absolute quality and not that expensive either. 3 course early bird for 18.50. If your into your Indian Japanese or Pakistani food you gotta check it out.
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Going to Plug my Sister's Place off South Circular Road.

Only open 6 months, Has had great feedback so far.

http://www.bibis.ie/

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If your ever over in Edinburgh check out the area around the mosque in newington. It's full of middle eastern and asian restaurants. My favourite which is dirt cheap and is really popular with uni students is the mosque kitchen. It's directly behind the mosque and do amazing currys.
 
If you want a proper restaurant then try chop chop on morrison street. An authentic chinese that doesn't sell the muck curry's many chinese restaurants do. Check out their website below http://www.chop-chop.co.uk/ I highly recommend this place to anyone coming over for a weekend Thumbs%20Up
 
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Originally posted by bossofthemoss bossofthemoss wrote:

Going to Plug my Sister's Place off South Circular Road.

Only open 6 months, Has had great feedback so far.

http://www.bibis.ie/
trying something different BossofthemossClap
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I've eaten in Bibi's.  Isn't it a cafe as opposed to a restaurant?  Really enjoyed it - would recommend it!!!!!

If it's the same place - does some great continental food - great pancakes and French toast....AM I in the wrong place?  Really good lunch food though!


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Originally posted by Justice No. 1 Justice No. 1 wrote:

Originally posted by Siralex Siralex wrote:

Good thread Justice:My faves are<SPAN style="FONT-WEIGHT: bold">BAR PINTXO -  </SPAN>a tapas bar in Temple Bar which is perfect for a date!
 

Tapas are excellentClapLES FRERES JACQUES - Dame St - if you like French Cuisine

 

never been to the above siralex but often looked at the menu $$$$$$$$$Shocked would imagine its nice thoughand...this one sounds a bit cheap - but I'm a Chinese food freak and have eaten in about a hundred Chinese restaurants in Dublin - the best to my taste is LEMONGRASS - At City West.  Delicious spicy chicken salad starter (best dish in Dublin) and stunning hot currys!!!For cheap casual food: I love Cactus Jacks just off Jervis St.
anyone know any good seafood restuarants in town ? I hera there's a great one in howth but its a massive trek for me


There numerous great seafood resteraunts in howth justice. Id say the one you've heard of is the King Sitric, it's where Trap goes when hes here! It's very good alright but it's mental expensive, you'd be looking at over 30 brick for your main course alone. I'd recommend either Deep or Quay West up there instead, just as good and a lot cheaper. f**king love seafood!
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