May 1, 2009 at 3:19 pm #4290AnonymousInactive
its my birthday next week and I thought I could treat myself with something nice. So I think I like to go out. What indian or italian restaurant (or even just a good one – dont like chinese) would you recommend.
A.May 1, 2009 at 3:40 pm #72974BookwitchMember
The indian in Bryanstown centre is nice and the eastern Seaboard in same complaex is also lovely. I also love The Salt house on john StreetMay 1, 2009 at 5:18 pm #72976BabsMember
Punjabi on Dublin Road is great food, but very dressed down (track suit!!) and is BYO…Tango is lovely off Rathmullen Road for Asian food…defo Eastern Seaboard if you want to get dress up and feel like you’ve been out!!! Ooooh, am hungry now!!!May 2, 2009 at 7:27 am #72987libby1Participant
Chanco restaurant are doing early board special all nite for â‚¬17:50 for 4 course meal …. It is lovely.
There are loads of Specials – Bela Atina is a nice Italian – down the quaysMay 2, 2009 at 6:30 pm #73008maisyMember
Indus in Bryanstown is a top class indian, but not sure if there would be much atmosphere as was fairly quiet when I was there for lunch
Agree that Bella Atina is a nice Italian. There were a lot of families in when I was there which is great to see as there are not too many family friendly restuarants in Ireland, but this might not be your thing if you are having a night off from the mayhemMay 2, 2009 at 8:56 pm #73010kcirelandMember
Eastern Seaboard is amazing … cosmopolitan decor, delicious and perfect in every way!May 3, 2009 at 8:32 am #73013sunshineorlaMember
Had dinner in D’Vine , just at the side of the Abbey shopping centre last night. It was nice. 4 course menu for 22 euro. Starters were choice of mushroom tartlet ( very tasty), bruschetta, soup and something else. Mains I had Risotto. He had chicken. There was also cod and 1 other dish. Choice of 3 deserts. It was very tasty and its a lovely cosy restaurant. Nice wine list. The only fault I’d have that with his chicken dish the salad was a bit small for a man. They could do with some carbs but saying that we were both just nicely full leaving so it was grand.
There is a more extensive menu as well. Was busy but we hadnt booked and walked in at half 9 but managed to get a table…just.
Would definitely go back.May 5, 2009 at 6:39 pm #73083FabienneMember
Hi, I love the Bella Attina , on the quays, opposite to scotch hall. Good food, good prices, and it’s a perfect for a romantic night or with children.
Let us know where you went.
Enjoy your night.
FabienneMay 5, 2009 at 7:54 pm #73087meathmum1Member
have you heard of Garam masala, its indian and gorgeous..oh my god the best I’ve ever had and there so nice there…May 6, 2009 at 7:52 am #73112MissyGMember
i was in the boiled onion on sun nite for a meal with dh i thought it was lovely – the chicken fajitas are highly recommended! 🙂
missygMay 6, 2009 at 8:23 am #73128yummymummyMember
Cant believe no one said the Pizzaria on peter street, fab italian place!!!! love the food there.May 6, 2009 at 10:22 am #73147JedtKeymaster
Romanza is really lovely and they do a superb early bird menu. The food is delicious, atmosphere gorgeous with the piano playing in the background very soothing and romantic. The service is really good too.
I can’t wait to get back there – I wish I had a better social life but having 3 kids under 6 keeps me at home quite alot!!
Enjoy your birthday!May 6, 2009 at 1:58 pm #73156JedtKeymaster
I would recommend Romanza too. It is very romantic and the food is excellent.
Be on the safe side and book though as it can get busy. We went one night and could not get a table – thats a good sign in these tough times I guess!!
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