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About The Larder Restaurant Dublin
The Larder Restaurant and Brew House is located just in Dublin's Temple bar. The restaurant serves a selection of food and drink throughout the day. The food offering ranges from traditional Irish to more contemporary European dishes. The inside decor of the restaurant gives it a relaxed and contemporary feel.
Dublin, Co. Dublin D02 E180
Hours of operation:
Monday - Thursday: 12pm-4pm and 5pm-10pm
Friday - Saturday: 12pm-10.30pm
€30 and under
(01) 633 3581
Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Larder Restaurant Dublin Ratings and Reviews
the larder was a pleasant enough place. disappointed that only a wine licence available
menu was good I thought it quote noisy at times. Its a nice place for pre theatre or concert
don't know if I would be interested in going to it for any other reason.
Great atmosphere and great food - A hidden gem in Dublin. The front of house staff were a bit annoyed that I moved the reservation back half an hour and greeted me with 'Your the one who pushed back the reservation', which I wasn't overly impressed with.
Other than that I really enjoyed everything. I will recommend this to everyone and will be back myself in the future.
Would definetly recommend! The food was delicious and very good value. The service was very good and quick. The fairy light ambiance inside creates a lovely atmosphere perfect for a date. Had a great time and strongly recommend the chocolate praline dessert!
We had a fantastic lunch here on St Paddy's Day - obviously one of the busiest days in Dublin - but the staff couldn't have been more accommodating. We had a table of 8, our flight was delayed - twice - and we had to put our booking back. They cheerfully said "We'll look after you" - and so they did.
We had a fantastic lunch here - really very good indeed. Delicious steaks washed down with a fantastic red wine and a great bread and butter pudding - all very reasonably priced.
Honestly, this place could justifiably charge twice as much for the food if the service was up to scratch. When taking our order our server stared into the middle-distance, no attempts to converse or friendly banter. After finishing our mains we were left wanting dessert but the menus never came. Chatting with colleagues seemed to be prioritised over keeping an eye on the tables. We ended up just calling it a night. Your food deserves better!
I have eaten here a few times, and found the food to be of quite a good standard, however was let down this time.
Poached eggs were overcooked for me and my friend, and the beans were cold meaning they had to be sent back to the kitchen to be redone. I was quite disappointed as a result and not sure whether I will go back.
On the positive side, I would definitely recommend the coffee
Myself and my wife had a lovely dinner here on a Saturday evening. Had a nice table at the front of the restaurant.
Would highly recommend the chicken wings, not overly saucy like in so many places. A very pleasant meal in a very busy restaurant, make sure to book, saw several people turned away on the night.
Met friends for a post Christmas get together. Ambience was lovely, service was excellent and food was very nice. We all had the Rib Eye steaks, which were really succulent.
If I had one request it would be to serve it with real, home made chunkie chips.
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