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But rest assured, the small plate is more than enough for most lunches and small dinners.
We dug deep and delved into the lesser seen, or in this matter, the lesser tasted side of Dublin.As well as that, the whole place is set up to make you feel like you've stepped back in time to the Roaring Twenties – meaning it's a treat for all of the senses. Nicely decorated, we would definitely recommend this place to anyone who appreciates good food. REVIEW: An Anti-Trendy Haven Where The Plates Are Big And The Prices Are Small Awkward silence proof? The Market Bar on Fade Street is big, atmospheric and quite reasonable when it comes to prizes – perfect for a first date. Market Bar is generally always happily busy, so you'll feel at home in the midst of the buzzing conversations in no time at all. Chameleon is yet another hidden gem, once again tucked away in the bustling Temple Bar. However, Dublin is going through a wee foodie revolution at the minute with loads of fine eateries popping up all over the city.The problem is trying to find the gems hidden amongst the clutter.
The ambience is absolutely perfect for a date, first or otherwise. It's that slick, and the ambient noise is enough to ensure you won't be subjected to earwiggers.