Best deal ever.
We had ...
Freebie olives, salted nuts, salty bits.
Cheese and charcuterie (sharing plate, not tapas, 18 euro)
Bread with Aioili and flavoured oils (added to the meal for dipping & with cheeses - bread dipped in thyme oil went very well with the cheese)
+ a 26 euro bottle of wine
and had to add 17 euro to the voucher plus tip.
(Parking ticket validated as well)
The waiters were excellent, quick with advise and recommendations.
If you are someone with a big appetite, have a sanger a couple of hours before you go. This isn't about feeding you up, it is lovely little tasty bits to enjoy with your drinks. If you go expecting it to be akin to going out for a formal meal you might be disappointed. The "foie gras bruleed" is literally a teaspoonful, but, at 4 euro, is the tastiest and best value teaspoonful available in Dublin IMO. Everybody wont like everything. I found the cheese and charcuterie the least interesting while it was the other half's favourite.
I'd worry about table space and availability at peak times. I'd recommend sneaking in when it's quiet, don't order everything at the same time, add to your order as you go, and make a night of it.