Prices at this restaurant are on be higher end, but they are completely worth it. The food at this restaurant was one of my favorites during my trip. Amazing mussels and the brown bread was the best I’ve had anywhere.
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This is a lovely restaurant, moderate noise level, good food and service. It was nice to find such a reasonably priced restaurant in downtown Dublin.
Ate here a couple nights ago while my mother and I were in Dublin. Bit of a difficult place to find, its tucked away just up the stairs next to the bar. Managed to give us a cosy table for 2 in the corner. Really...More
Rugby day with my daughter. Great result(s) few drinks during the day, topped off with a steak dinner and a super Rioja. Service friendly and effecient. Had pre-booked and would recommend. Steak and burger very good . Panacotta dessert very acceptable. Have eaten her a...More
Me my wife and my 9month old son, we were waiting for some documents from the Portuguese embassy so we decided to stay around upper leeson Street, we found this pub downstairs we kind of spent the whole day there waiting form the embassy in...More
Enjoyed every minute of our time here. Great atmosphere, varied menu and attentive staff. Food is very competitively priced (but the wine list is quite pricey). My other half had a pint of Guinness which he pronounced as 'perfect'! Loved it and we will be...More
A great little place! It doesn’t look like much and the restaurant is kind of crammed in but the food is superb. The Chicken Supreme was amazing and the steak we ordered was cooked to perfection. The peanut butter cheesecake is also worth trying!! Good...More
I had the soup special which was OK but really could not taste the fennel. The sour cream was a nice touch giving it some flavor. The Brown bread was tasty and I could almost taste some lemon in the butter with a fantastic effect....More
I had very high hopes for the Sussex but at the end of the day the entire experience was quite average. The wait staff quite simply looked annoyed from the start. Easily the most unwelcoming restaurant experience in Dublin over the last 2 weeks. Moving...More