The Quays

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  • This place has a great atmosphere and serves delicious food upstairs until they close. (I mention that because some of the other pubs in Dublin stop serving food after 8 or 9pm, which kinda sucks sometimes.) Even though we generally try to avoid going to the same restaurant more than once during a short trip to a new city, we couldn't stay away from this place and ended up coming here three times during our 10-day trip because everything was just so good. I LOVED their Irish stew and yummy, freshly baked bread. The lamb and veggies were very tender and the base was delicious. Their seafood chowder was also flavorful, and their mashed potatoes were great as well. Their chocolate cake (like a fudge cake) was perfect with vanilla ice-cream and was quickly devoured. We were seated immediately every time, and we didn't have to wait long for our food. Servers were very friendly & attentive, and they gave great recommendations when we couldn't decide on what to order. We were kinda worried about this place at first because people outside were advertising it when we were looking around for food, but the menu looked great so we took a chance on it and are really happy we did. Also wanted to mention that they apparently have live music upstairs on Friday nights after 11pm... No idea what the genre is, though. Food's not served then, but there's a bar up there with great drinks that's open later

  • Tasteful, But Simple dishes. Touristy But friendly staff. No fine dining, But charming nevertheless. Quite big and servings are quick and big. Good options for kids.

  • This place is great. net there to have dinner based upon its location and google reviews. Large portions. The waiter we had was very good, true professional waiter. Wish I caught his name to give him proper credit. I had the bangers and mash its was delicious. A friend had the lamb shank and it fell off the bone. If you wanna go to a cool place to eat with great food this is the place. And when dinner is done head downstairs for drinks.

  • Good place for lunch and the dinner. Very nice interiors, this place is definitely a legit Irish Restaurant. Food is great and tasty. Service is quick and helpful. Prices are moderate. Place can be a bit crowdy but its possible to get a table there.

  • The food was lovely and served really fast. The place was really crowded. As soon as we finished our main course they brought us the check, we hadn't finished our beers yet, the server was coming and checking every 2 minutes to see if we had payed. Rude and unprofessional and ruined the entire experience that otherwise would have been really nice. I understand that there are lots of people but probably there is a different(more polite?! ) way to communicate ?

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