Even if we came a bit late, we got a table outside and were warmly welcomed. The staff were flexible to our wishes. We had a chocolate cake and it was lovely!!! We will definitely be back to try out more food :)
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This is a really authentic Spanish restaurant (well, for Dublin anyway!). The service is great. Plenty of options for wine, and the waiter was more than happy to help with our wine selection. Will definitely be back!
We stepped into Viva for our Saturday night dinner and were greeted cheerfully by a lovely Spanish waiter. We ordered a glass of red wine and some tapas - we had the calamari, patatas bravas with aioli (garlic mayonnaise), chorizo in white wine sauce and...More
We had wanted to try Viva for quite a while as we had heard nothing but good reviews. It did not disappoint when we finally had the opportunity to eat there! We ordered croquets as a tapas dish to share along with the seafood paella....More
We visited Viva on a Saturday evening. We received a warm welcome from the staff and were offered drinks before being seated at our table. We ordered mixed paella, chorizo, croquettes, meatballs and calamari. We would highly recommend all these dishes. Everything was delicious and...More
I just can't say enough good things about this restaurant. Having worked in hospitality management for years, I really feel that everyone new to the industry in Dublin should spend a week training under Ramiro; genuinely the best service I've received in a long time....More
Wow... what a fantastic place to eat lovely food. Romario was a fantastic host and the food was beautiful. The scallops are a must. They were out of this world. The price was great between 2 of us. If we are in Dublin again we...More
It's always a pleasure to go to Viva. Authentic Spanish food at a reasonable price. Excellent service by all the staff. You can always enjoy a great atmosphere, it is a piece of Spain in Dublin..Ramiro is the life and soul of the place.
I went to this restaurant recently after having read a favourable interview in a newspaper. Despite having seen one or two reviews of the food not being consistently good. I can be short. I ordered three tapas of around the 7 euro range each. They...More