Dublin Square Cherry Hill
Tried this new restaurant earlier this week. Open 1 month, this is the third restaurant in this spot at Short Hills. Before going had heard about problems with service. Didn't find this to be the case at all. Server was very attentive. The manager was also very good, unfortunately he had to be, because the kitchen is still working out kinks.
Started with some impoted draughts - decent selection offered.
Next was an Irish sausage in a puff pastry. The first one came out underdone, so a second was quickl.y refired. This one looked much better - golden brown and puffed up but on cutting in, still was undercooked. The manager handled well and said he was going to have the kitchen make one for him so he can check.
For main dishes we had fish and chips -the fish was nice and flaky, but the batter was greasy as were the chips. Also on tap was the meatloaf which came out only lukewarm.
Once again the manager was attentive.
The burgers looked amazing and the onion rings sounded good with a black and tan beer batter. I may give this place another try based on how they handled the complaints but after a month the kitchen ahould be running a bit smoother. How do you say "get your act together" in Gaelic?
167 US Highway 130, Bordentown, NJ 08505
I went there for lunch a few Sundays ago with my 7-month-old son and one of my friends. My fish and chips was tasty; I didn't think the batter was greasy. I wasn't that into the chips but I don't usually like steak fries anyway. My friend was happy with her shepherd's pie. These dishes came in two size options - I thought the smaller size was better suited towards an appetizer portion. The menu had a lot of tempting options, and they were also offering some sort of Irish breakfast special (but not a full brunch menu, unfortunately). Our server was fantastic, and we didn't have any problems or delays with our meal. I'd go back.