Food and drink
There are no surprises on the menu, but herein lies the comfort of Eatery 120; simple dishes cooked to perfection with the freshest ingredients – think creamy mash and hand-cut chips, yummy. The wine list is a nice blend of Old and New World wines.
Blokes rave about the rib-eye steak. I've (almost) licked my plate after their beetroot and feta cheese risotto. The vegetarian breakfast is fresh and delicious.
It's semi-formal with lots of character helped along by interesting design features. There's a really quirky selection of lights – downstairs is typically candlelit for romance, while the extra space upstairs is generally booked for larger groups and hence, the atmosphere is livelier.
It's efficient but relaxed and super-friendly. You’ve got to love staff for accommodating large groups with a smile, even when dessert and coffee is long since finished!
It's a bit of a step from the city centre, but Ranelagh is worth the trip for this restaurant and the many others alongside the cute cafes and excellent bars.
Dinner is excellent value with no mains over 30 euros but the best value is the early bird menu (Monday-Friday 5.30pm-6.45pm); two courses for 19.95 euros or three courses for 23.95 euros.
Tables to book
Request upstairs for groups or downstairs for romance.
- Business travellers
- Families with teenagers
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching
- Special occasions