Tante Zoé's

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Tante Zoé's review 1 Users say 5/5 Rate it

With a happy-go-lucky steamboat aesthetic and more Creole and Cajun dishes than you could wave a washboard at, Tante Zoé's on Crow Street has been the default destination of birthday boys and girls, first-daters and festive families just about forever. Other restaurants have been and gone but this fun and noisy joint has kept on swinging, never altering its winning format of jambalayas, creoles, blackened salmon, Louisiana duck and the rest, with a healthy dollop of bons temps schtick chucked in for good measure. So go on, order yourself a jug of Cajun punch and get stuck into a big bowl of gumbo.


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Tante Zoé's details

Address
1 Crow Street

Area Temple Bar

Transport All cross-city buses/Luas Jervis

Telephone 679 4407

Tante Zoé's website

Open noon-midnight Mon-Sat; 4-10pm Sun.

Main courses €17.95-€32.50.

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Comments & ratings 5/5 (Average of 1 rating)

By steven farrell - Nov 26 2012

Visited last month on weekend break with my partner and stumbled across a delightful and welcoming restaurant after being approached by a helpful waiter outside offering great deals. Lively pianist playing up tempo tunes and we were seated by a waitress who was very dedicated to her job and was attentive to us all night explaining the various gumbos and creole foods. Food and service can not be faulted and for a temple bar restaurant it was terrific value for money, will definitely recommend this place to any one visiting dublin and hope to be back soon

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By steven farrell - Nov 26 2012

Visited last month on weekend break with my partner and stumbled across a delightful and welcoming restaurant after being approached by a helpful waiter outside offering great deals. Lively pianist playing up tempo tunes and we were seated by a waitress who was very dedicated to her job and was attentive to us all night explaining the various gumbos and creole foods. Food and service can not be faulted and for a temple bar restaurant it was terrific value for money, will definitely recommend this place to any one visiting dublin and hope to be back soon

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