Overview of The Little Kitchen
As you traverse the city of Dublin, you'll stumble upon The Little Kitchen. If you have enough time to explore the interiors of the city, you will pass by The Little Kitchen.
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Had a fantastic brunch here last Saturday with a group of friends. The food was delicious and being able to bring our own prosecco was a great bonus!
Not as good as it used to be.. They are very generous with the food (some of the people love that, but it is too much for me). The food is okay, I am really disappointed in chowder soup. It was amazing at start and when we came back nothing, including the soup, tasted the same.
Cozy little place with impeccable service and a small menu filled with nice food. They were perfect in accommodating a large group. Recommended.
One of my favourite restaurants in Dublin. Food is amazing, very nice atmosphere and friendly staff. You can bring your own wine! Very popular so book in advance
Visited here last weekend while on a hen do. It's not the place for a loud and rowdy hen do though. It's teeny tiny, but the food was delicious, big portions and we'll presented. Staff were friendly and knowledgeable and even went outside for us to hail our group taxis. It's BYOB but there is a five euro corkage which I didn't realise beforehand. That's the only reason I have 4 stars because I enquired about the BYOB policy but wasn't told about the corkage. Definitely worth a visit if you love good Irish food.