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Honest To Goodness/Honest Pizza

9 reviews
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€30 and under
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Top tags:
  • Casual
  • Pre/post Theatre
  • Neighbourhood Gem

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Our journey began in 2005 in Dun Laoghaire dart station as a great little sandwich bar. Since then we have developed into a casual breakfast and lunch place basing our offering around the bread we make and bake in store every day. 
After a year in our current location and after a few great trips in Italy we thought it was time to develop what we did with dough and try and reproduce some of the great pizzas we hand while in Italy. To keep our offerings as authentic as possible we got a fantastic wood burning oven built and after some work fit it into shop, well worth the effort, the wood burning adds such a great smokey flavor you could never get from any other type of oven.
We have been providing simply flavors, fresh ingredients, love and care to our offerings from day one so it was natural for us to treat our pizzas with the same respect, this gives us the ability to provide what we would say is the best pizza in dublin, at least. 
Dining Style
Casual Dining
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Hours of Operation
Tue-Wed: 5:00pm-10:00pm

Thu-Sat: 12:00pm-10:00pm
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Phone number
(01) 633 7727
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Payment Options:
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress Code
Casual Dress
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Cross street
Off South Great George's Street
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Parking Details
Drury Street Car Park
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Public Transit
George's St, Exchequer Street
Beer, Cafe, Full Bar, Outdoor Smoking Area, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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4.0Dined on 14 February 2018

Helpful and friendly staff, delicious pizza and nice, chilled out spot. We really enjoyed it and will definitely go back.

1.0Dined on 27 January 2018

The pizza is good but the service should be improved, we were four people and two pizzas arrived, we waited for the other people pizzas and arrived only one. By the time the last pizza arrived all three pizzas were cold. We were just four people we were not at all big table. It is a pity because the pizza is good. I will not go there again.

4.0Dined on 6 January 2018

my overall experience was a good one. there was not too much ambience there at the time but we ate early. the staff were very friendly, food was great, although it was a shame the honest to goodness area downstairs was closed so we were pretty much confined to a pizza menu (pizza was good). i would go again and recommend, its in a nice part of town.

4.0Dined on 22 December 2017

Good pizza, great casual place to catch up with friends.

5.0Dined on 9 December 2017

Really nice food and service. Enjoyed our meal and wine

5.0Dined on 11 November 2017

Great fresh ingredients. The food is just gorgeous and so reasonably priced

5.0Dined on 30 September 2017

Fantastic fresh food and excellent service. It ticks an awful lot of boxes. Great selection of beers too. Really love the fact that the food is all made fresh from scratch. You can really taste that. Love this place

4.0Dined on 15 September 2017

Nice place to have a pizza. Best pizza i ever had! Diner atmosphere. Nice music.

2.0Dined on 8 July 2017

Genuinely disappointed by the lunch time experience and the service that was provided (i.e. over 30 mins waiting for the starters when the restaurant was still half empty), the brunch/lunch mixed up with pizza it's definitely a no-no.

I'd warmly recommend instead to swing by for dinner and you'll get to seriously enjoy an honest pizza (pun intend).