This was memorable for all the wrong reasons. The menus on laminated paper was ominous enough but the Hellman's sachets in a bowl on the table was the give away that this wasn't going to be "Dublin's little gem, known for great quality food' as it's website proclaims. I asked for a wine list & was told there wasn't one but we could have a glass of house red though our waitress didn't know what it was. I ordered the chicken wings for starters as thought it was the safest bet,4 arrived on a bed of iceberg lettuce with lashings of barbecue sauce squeezed all over them. My companion ordered the French onion soup, looked & tasted like dirty dish water. For mains we both ordered chicken breast served with a mushroom sauce, was hardly recognisable as chicken, had been heated to death in a microwave, served with potato gratins which tasted like soap, mediocre & the whole thing was entirely inedible though my companion made a stab at his out of politeness. We were using a Groupon voucher so the menu was limited but can honestly say this was one of the worst dining experiences I've had to date. The restaurant itself was grubby, cold and dated. The only plus was the polite & friendly waitress who assured us the place is thriving & they were turning people away on St Patrick's day....hmmmm? Avoid!
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