My husband and I went to dinner here while on vacation in Dublin. The food was spectacular!! He had the pork, and I had the braised beef. We thoroughly enjoyed our experience, and would absolutely recommend this restaurant to any friends visiting Ireland.
Mother’s Day meal, no mother’s day chocolates or €10 voucher was given to her.
I would appreciate if someone would follow up on this as this is the only reason I booked. Was to make my mother feel special, but I didn’t see anything special whatsoever, except for the glass of bubbly.
Love this place, food is fabulous, staff are very nice too. Always go back
This place make me feel awful about eating fast food... honestly the way they make you test every ingridient in a food is amazing... !
Unusual food selections that were very tasty and well prepared. Lots of large tables so high noise levels but it was the evening of the Ireland vs Scotland Rugby!!
Overall good experience.
Good food and great service - tables very small and very close together though
We regularly go to this restaurant and will continue to go back.
Food was very nice and its notable that when we return it is to the same staff which is nice to see. Unfortunately the staff upstairs in the bar area are not so nice and one was actually quite rude when we went for a drink after dinner. One thing I would comment on was the waiter accidentally spilt a full mug of coffee on my shoes and coat which I have had to get cleaned and yet we were still charged for the coffee, just something small.
the ambient is too noisy for a romance or a business dinner. It is good just for friends and groups. Wine list could be better, wines too pricey
One of the best restaurants in Dublin in terms of food quality. You can't go wrong no matter what you choose (although not vegetarian or vegan friendly place). On the contrary, service can be improved and tables are way too close to each other so you don't have any privacy, and it feels more as a fast food rather than fine dinning restaurant.
Fantastic once again a joy to eat at a very special place
Interesting menu, excellent food, very friendly helpful staff. Extensive wine menu but pricey.
Fade had outstanding food and our server was great. It is somewhat loud but in a good way. Very lively and upbeat and just the way we hoped our first trip to Dublin would be. Great city. Can’t miss at Fade
Fade Street Social, despite the name, is not the most energetic place in the world (at least the night we were there). Right in the heart of the Temple Bar area, the restaurant has incredible ambiance and very nice service. Having that said, I was not impressed by the food. My steak was overcooked and dry and some of the sides we ordered were just not seasoned that well. Pair that with a pretty high price and I just think there are better places in Dublin to check out first.
Professional, relaxed and smart dining room. Wide and interesting menu and attentive staff - all made for a good meal.
The flatbread was great - the roasted cauliflower less so (not hot and a bit too burnt....so slightly bitter to taste and a bit mushy to texture - the one item that stopped the meal from being great!)
Our waiter was excellent, extremely helpful and pleasant. Can’t recall her name but she had red hair with blonde in the front, she was fantastic. The food was very nice and the steak our waiter suggested, the Denver roll, was lovely. The only thing we didn’t really enjoy was the noise levels - it was a very busy night and the tables in the restaurant are packed in so at times it felt a bit crowded and noisy. Overall a good dining experience and will probably visit again in the future.
Great food, great service, very noisy though and not great for a date.
A brilliant find. I would make the trip just to have the baked cauliflower with hazelnut mayonnaise. Very imaginative menu. We loved the flatbreads. We were there for lunch so it was a little quiet . Extremely good service.
Food was well below the standard i was expecting for the price you pay and certainly did not represent value for money in my opinion. It was a shame as the venue is very nice and the service was very friendly and efficient.
Service was amazing
Salmon main wouldn't get again
Beef main very nice
Desert both poor
Cocktails not great
Restsurant decor & staff amazing
Would give it another try good value for voucher offer
Amazing food, service, location. Highly recommended
The food was nice, maybe a little overpriced for just a cod dish without any sides. The food took quite a while to be served and then when we went to order a dessert and another bottle of wine , we were told we had to vacate the table in ten minutes , which we hadnt been advised when we came in.
The waitress told us to take our bottle of wine upstairs to the bar and advised there would be ample seating. when we arrived up, the whole bar had been reserved and so we had no other choice but to go out onto the roof top in freezing conditions to finish our drinks.
All in all, the food was nice but the service was poor.
Great food, interesting cuisine. Good service, turned the loud music down when requested.
Staff really nice and accommodating, starter was really tasty, cheateaubrian wasn’t a nice as we have had previously, which was s bit of a let down, good atmosphere in restaurant and bar
Food and experience was exception. Dan was a fantastic host. Will return again, highly recommend
We had a great dinner using a promo code, so very good value! As usual we enjoyed an excellent service, fantastic atmosphere, good table and the best food in town. Looking forward to coming back again.
Duck Liver is an absolute must. The beef stew was also delish but I still want more of the duck liver starter!
Saturday night was very busy and a little noisy. Towards the end of the meal the noise started to become annoying, but it wouldn’t put me off going back. Husbands steak was tough and cooked rare instead of medium as requested, but the rest of the meal made up for it. It’s worth the trip just for the flatbreads. Service was excellent. We couldn’t manage dessert, but for two starters, two mains, two sides with wine and other drinks, the €160 price tag was good value. We’ll definitely be going again.
Great food but noisy restaurant not suitable for romantic dinner.
food and service were both amazing! The overall bill was pricey but the experience was great.
Very nice ambience. Food was over very good, I’d give it 4/5 stars. Lamb was a bit chewy and underwhelming , halibut was a bit over cooked. Other dishes were great such as steak, crispy lamb tongue appetiser, blackened cauliflower, and apple and cabbage side dish. Very pricey and not sure if food is worth the price, but very decent restaurant for Ireland.
Food was Fabulous, staff were very welcoming and attentive
excellent experience and will recommend to all my friends
Just stunning food, service and atmosphere looking forward to next visit.
Great birthday for myself.
Food was fantastic, service was very slow even tho there was plenty of staff.... Even in the bar upstairs we were waiting 10mins for 2 drinks and neither of them were cocktails.
All staff very friendly and helpfull but when ordering drinks service was very very slow!
The starter scallop was very tasty, but the main course ,cod was lacking in flavour. Including the tip,( the staff were very attentive), the bill came to over €260 for four people,( starter and main course, no desert and two bottles of their lower priced wines), which I consider too expensive for a casual meal out with friends.
We had the T bone to share, ok, but wouldn’t recommend. The sides of roasted cauliflower delicious ! Desserts very good. Very energetic place. Nice view of kitchen from dining room. Bar upstairs very welcoming
We waited for about 15 minutes after we arrived for service. When it did appear, we were given the wrong menus. We had ordered a Rewarding Times voucher and were disappointed with the food offering for that voucher.
We booked a Late’ish table for 8:45 for my birthday. Later than we had hoped really. But based on the popularity it seemed it would be worth the wait.
We arrived bang on time and a rude front of house chap was raising his voice and tutting at the guests in front of us as they had asked if he could hang up their coats. He explained that our table was not quite ready but we could wait in the bar. To cut a long story short the bar was too full for us so we were sent up to the top roof terrace to wait, but by this time our coats had be taken from us. We didn’t want to wait in the cold without coats with a load of smokers. Also the bar is what I would call a partially stocked bar, very limiting.
Eventually we were given a table in the cocktail bar to wait at after I complained. 30 latter than booked we finally sat down. The food was good and the table service was very good. I don’t think the food is worth the wait though, still it was nice. Just nothing to shout home about.
To cap the night off an additional bottle of wine had been slipped onto our bill. Of course we had this amended right away. The weird thing was that it was a completely different bottle than the one we had drunk.
Nice evening, nothing special. Service slow. Food ok.
Biggest issue is getting a call the day before to confirm booking and saying strict 2 hour table availability. Restaurant quite so why irritate a customer when no need to.