Cosy (and obviously busy!) place ideally suited for breakfast, quick snack or brunch (in my opinion!) I just do not see myself coming here for dinner. Nevertheless, I liked the food. Although I am not much sandwich person myself I ended up having ‘smoked salmon and cream cheese on thin – sliced toasted bagel’ w/ Mimoza as aperitif and crème brûlée as the dessert – loved the food and definitely will come back.
My only concern was that although the staff was really nice we did and did not have server at the same time – one got the order, another brought the food, the third desserts and the fourth – the bill!
Friends introduced to this new Japanese place – definitely paying the visit back!
Loved the food (simple and nice plating!), loved the serving staff, clean and modest interior and prices are really moderate. Again – simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
Me x-happy: they do not serve alcohol, but do let to bring in your own (take bottle opening charge)
Me (our party) x-not happy: loud Irish party beside us talking to each other so loud (why?! no music played in the background) we could not hear our thoughts not only our friends.
Place does not have website yet, so might be tricky to find it.
Love this place – keep coming back. Same staff since the last time I have been in this place – I think it does tell something about the place.
Love the interior, love the staff – they really know what they are putting on the plate and will recommend something for each taste and last, but not least FOOD – it is amazing!
My only concern, so that there was more light in the evening – I wish to see what I am eating!
Claimed to be one of the first Chinese restaurants to open in Ireland back in 1991 and recommended by Chinese friends to be the best place in Dublin to taste their food.
So far so good – my favorite Chinese place as well! 유
Liked this place very much! Food, interior, atmosphere and service – all package for cosy meetings.
Not to forget nice company! Thanks R & T ;}
Meet you there!;}