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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
This is a review of the restaurant located on the first floor of Fallon & Byrne's - nothing to do wih the one downstairs and with their food market.
The decor of the restaurant is so old. The room feels so empty, including the tiny and sad Christmas decorations they put on couches. The place is so sad I wanted to leave the minute I arrived...
The menu was so basic also, if I go out and eat at a restaurant I do not want to pay €25 for chicken!
This restaurant needs a major revamp to keep it up with the competition, no wonder it was pretty much empty.
The market at street level is a total different story, they are an institution in Dublin and the only place where you can get decent food!
A wonderful spot for an annual long lunch with an old friend. Delicious food, great service and a lovely vibe. Looking forward to next year already. It was recommended to us by friends and we have recommended it to several others, all of whom were delighted with it. Thank you.
I had dinner with my mother in Fallon & Byrne on Friday night during our annual trip to Dublin for Black Friday. Everything was lovely. I asked for a seat by the window but when we got there we were still quite cold from the brisk temperatures outside, and asked to be moved somewhere in the middle of the room. This was done with a smile and quite quickly too. The staff were excellent and happy. It's nice to see happy staff, obviously enjoying their job. This wasn't our first visit and won't be our last. Thank you to everyone involved, especially the waitress who came downstairs with me to help me find the tea in the shop my mum had enjoyed upstairs.
I and my party enjoyed our dining experience very much last Monday evening. The food was excellent, the ambience was delightful and we were able to relax, catch up and have a very pleasant evening. In the above rating, I gave a 'very good' to service rather than 'outstanding' simply because we felt that there was an inordinately long delay whilst we waited for the main course to be served. Looking at the waiter's body language, we detected some little confusion. otherwise, the evening was splendid and I and my party will be back.
Very good produce used for the meals leading to lovely meals.
Snobby and slow staff whom didn't notice us. We had to leave our table to get the attention of the maitre dee in order to get our main course during lunch.
Probably not a great place for lunch but if you have no time to keep them it might suit you better.
Once we made the staff aware we needed faster service we did get that.
Booked this for a treat as my friends were visiting from the UK. They are very foodie people , so I wanted something authentic to Ireland . They loved it ! The service was a bit slow maybe, but on this occasion it suited us. We didn’t feel rushed. Overall a lovely experience. Next time we are going to book the wine bar , which looked good downstairs. We
I only gave the ambiance 4 stars as opposed to 5 due to higher than normal noise levels. No fault of their own as it was a popular Friday evening choice. Normally, the restaurant is great for conversations. Always a reliable choice. Staff are flawless professionals.
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
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