Really nice food, the parmigiana was delicious. Great service too, lovely waiters. Overall, well worth a visit!
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Was here a week ago on a busy day, food was good. Ravioli ok. Nothing apart for that looks italian. My girlfriend had the lamb which was ok too. customer service??? Foe the price you pay i expect more. the same as in a fast...More
This is not how the Irish do Italian, it is how the Italian do it. We all had pasta in various forms. Taste was great, homemade of course. Wines were excellent. Service was superb. Very small place with nice vibe. Must have a booking.
I don't know how this restaurant has gotten good reviews because I had one of the worst customer service ever. Literally, after one hour we have been informed by waitress that next customers are waiting for our table and we should leave now. We have...More
We stopped in to this wonderful restaurant during a short visit to Dublin. Great Ragu, amazing Vongole, perfect Pate and very friendly staff made for a really pleasant evening. Well worth visiting.
Il Vicoletto is a very cosy restaurant, centrally located in Dublin, between Dame St and Templebar. I’d recommend booking in advance as they were very busy when we were there. I had bruschetta to start, a pear & cheese risotto for main and tiramisu for...More
Dropped in here without a reservation in late afternoon and was delighted to get a table. The restaurant is small and tables are tight but it doesn't distract from the experience. The waiters are very knowledgable on both the food and the wines and I...More
The pasta is handmade, the food is fresh, the wine is devine, the ambience is perfect . I can’t find a single flaw - it’s perfection in a tiny Italian Restaurant. The staff are helpful and attentive, the decor is old world Italian. The menu...More
This is a small restaurant and although we got in early without a reservation I would recommend booking. We had starters, pasta and desserts. All the food was excellent and I would be happy to go back and continue to work my way through the...More
I had never been to this Italian restaurant on Crow St, Tempke Bar but when a friend was home frm New York, this restaurant was chosen. Initially it feels quite small but this actually added to its charm (that along with the Italian staff who...More