Went to Dubh Prais for lunch with a group from work as one of our colleagues was leaving. The food was absolutely faultless - we chose from the Festive Menu, which had something to suit everyone.
Felt, thought, that our drinks weren't exactly being controlled by us - apparently the question was asked as we arrived whether there was a limit on the drinks and the reply was interpreted as "Keep it coming, whether we need it or not." Drinks were being poured into glasses without checking whether they were wanted and there was a point where a bottle was taken away and replenished although there was still some wine in it.
Still and sparkling bottled water was poured before we had the chance to ask for jugs of tap water, which added £34 (+ 10% service charge) to the bill which was unnecessary.
It was puzzling that it was ascertained at the start of the lunch who was in charge of the booking, but there was no consultation with her on any of the arrangements in relation to drinks.
Didn't spoil the occasion but not what we would have expected as the service was great apart from that.
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