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About Fallon & Byrne - Exchequer Street
Located a hop, skip and a jump from Grafton Street, there’s a simple idea behind Fallon & Byrne and it’s this: we believe in wonderful food, fine wine and great company. Spread over four floors in a stunning heritage building, Fallon & Byrne is Dublin’s award-winning foodie mecca and THE place to consummate your love of all things delicious. The elegant brasserie-style Restaurant is housed upstairs where light streams through tall windows into one of the city’s most handsome rooms, that also features a stylish cocktail bar. Serving modern Irish bistro-style fare in a buzzy & relaxed setting, our rib-eye steak & frites and Knickerbocker Glory are particularly renowned. For a pre or post-dinner drink, pay a visit the beautiful Wine Cellar and be sure to make time to look around our famous gourmet Food Hall on the ground floor.
Dublin, Co. Dublin D02 RY63
Contemporary European, Irish, Modern European
Hours of operation:
Monday - Tuesday: 12pm - 3pm and 6pm - 9pm
Wednesday - Thursday: 12pm - 3pm and 6pm - 10pm
Friday: 12pm - 3pm and 6pm - 11pm
Saturday: 6pm - 11pm
Sunday: 12pm - 4pm and 6pm - 11pm
€31 to €50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
(01) 472 1000
We offer a full range of hot meals, salads and sandwiches from our gourmet deli, available for delivery to your office, home or venue.
LUAS from St. Stephen's Green
All Dame Street and George's Street Buses
Dublin Bikes station located right outside Fallon & Byrne
Private Party Facilities:
On the second floor above the Restaurant is the Ballroom, Fallon & Byrne's private dining space. Catering for between 50 and 150 very welcome guests, the Ballroom plays host to every type of event from weddings and parties to private lunches and dinners.
Private Party Contact:
Ciara Macken: (01) 472 1011
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Fallon & Byrne - Exchequer Street Ratings and Reviews
very good food
very bad wine selection ( very low quality french wine for crazy prices)
did not like the fact that waiter strongly advised having starters instead of going direct to main courses as if we did not order starters , we would have to wait 45 minutes ...never heard that before anywhere else in the world
so we took starters ....
laurent from Paris france
The Fallon & Byrne restaurant is a gem. Affable, attentive staff, great atmosphere, a small but excellent menu and a large and amazing wine list. A small drawback is the noise at peak times, but that's because the place is so popular. It's the place we go to for family occasions, farewells - any excuse. Floreat F&B!
Overall our experience was very good, however, it was a bit annoying that we had booked the pre-theatre menu for 6.45pm, we were told that there might be a question over whether we could have it or not when ordering at 6.50pm as the computer closed down at 7.00 pm for this particular menu????
Fallon and Byrne phoned me shortly after the Open Table reminder email arrived....the F&B staff member didn't seem to know about the remainder email and was quite uppity about it. Early bird menu very limited, hamburger...very high and therefore even more overcooked than necessary, desserts unappealing. Not rushing back.
Absolutely beautiful restaurant in central Dublin. Staff were very friendly and we felt well looked after from the moment we arrived. All the food was excellent and you could tell it was made with the freshest ingredients. Would definitely recommend the dessert cocktails to finish :-) We will definitely be back and next time I'll make sure we have time to explore the food hall as well.
Fallon and Byrne is a restaurant we look forward to dining at when In Dublin. We are uncertain that we shall return. The food was to a good standard, though not as memorable as before, but the wait of 20 minutes between the end of the first course and the main course was wholly unacceptable. Clearly, the kitchen 'forgot' us
We had a lovely lunch upstairs in fallon and Byrne food was delicious and we ate from the set lunch menu which was very reasonably priced.Staff were very attentive and pleasant it was a perfect setting for a reunion with some old friends.I had an onion soup to start followed by salmon which was perfectly cooked and a pistachio cake with balsamic ice cream all delicious it was my first time there but definitely not the last
This was the first time I brought my kids to Fallon & Byrne having been lots of times with groups, as a couple etc. They loved it. The kids menu was gorgeous and great value. They loved the kids cocktails and the delicious deserts.
As always for us the food was first class and the service brilliant.
Kids already want to go back!
A good restaurant, but running out of key featured menu items by 1930hrs on a Saturday night is not acceptable,--only one portion of duck left, no lamb T-bone, no veal for 2 and reasonable portions of beef all gone. Food we had was good, but fell short of our hopes.
Friendly staff , attentive without being intrusive. Excellent food, good portions without adding extras for the average appetite. Extensive wine list. Dessert menu limited. I am not a fan of fixed plinth type seating for this type of dining and would book a table with chairs (as opposed to plinth) on my next visit. I had rocket with strawberries and goats cheese starter and hake main course . My companion had the duck starter and ribeye steak. Both of us were very pleased with our choices (could possibly of had a bit more duck but delicious)
Outstanding service with great savory cocktails (2 for 1 on Sunday). The set menu for lunch was fabulous with very nice smoked mackerel, a spelt risotto to die for and a great banafee semifredo that one of our teens keeps raving about 4 days later. A place to come back!
We had a pre-theatre menu and the location was perfect for our show at Olympia Theatre. I totally recommend the rib-eye steak and also one of the desserts, they were all delicious. The staff is very friendly and the wine list has many good options. Will definitely go back.
Really looking forward to dinner as had enjoyed wonderful meal there last year. Such a disappointment! Two of the party ordered lamb and one chicken. Lamb stringy and tasteless and chicken dry and over cooked. All food had been liberally dosed in salt and vegetables and sauce were inedible. No more special occasion meals, or any meals, for me at what had previously been such a great restaurant.
Myself and my wife had an excellent meal at this restaurant last Saturday evening. We selected the pre theatre menu and were not disappoined . The food was excellent and very good value. Our waiter was excellent and took the time to explain each dish on offer. The atmosphere in the restaurant was suberb. It was a busy night and all tables were full but the spacious layout of the restaurant meant that it was very cosy with no sense of overcrowding.
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