Great food. Great service. A shame it's gone. I always enjoyed this place whether here with my wife or with larger groups. The food was spiced to perfection, neither too hot nor too bland. I miss it.
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Very intimate setting a quick stroll from the Radisson Blu Royal Dublin Hotel, where we were staying. Welcome was business-like, certainly not warm and homely as the setting would suggest. Being of Indian original however, we have high standards for this type of food. Unfortunately,...More
Having travelled to India I always find myself disappointed with the western versions we are routinely offered. However, Jaipur, I'm glad to say, is somewhat different. It is my favourite restaurant in Dublin.
I have to be careful and heart-healthy and this chef honored my requests without sacrificing taste. Outstanding food, lovely service and good wine. I can't go back next trip. Yum.
Food was really good, and some of the best service we had throughout our stay in Dublin! Food has lots of heavy flavour - let the staff know if you prefer it a bit milder. Nice scenery - I'd advice dressing a bit nicely. Prices...More
Place is generally good but i find the attitude bizzare with service staff. We have been here few time and its same story all times. I love veggie options and i ask them if they do Half portions of this dish as i order few...More
Nice Restaurant good food and good atmosphere. Service was prompt on a busy night. Well Worth a visit if out for a night in Dublin.
My husband and I decided to try and find a good restaurant on South Great George's Street, Dublin After looking at several options we settled for this restaurant. From the outside it looks a little jaded, but do not let this put you off having...More
What's with the SALT? Starters and main courses were totally overwhelmed by same. A real pity as there were some really nice flavours struggling to break through. Service was efficient, prompt and friendly. A smack on the wrist for the Saxa fiend in the kitchen...More