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Brasserie 7

94 stars

The Capel Building, Capel Street, , Dublin, Ireland

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Brasserie 7

Embedded on the charismatic Capel Street Brasserie 7’s continuing success ensures a bustling venue that attracts not just locals but also draws a diverse crowd of tourists and business clientele. Brassiere 7 is a firm favourite with devilling barristers for lunch. However come evening the 250 seater restaurant is filled with atmosphere from our Baby Grand piano that overlooks our dinners. Set over three intimate floors, the décor reflects a true sense of style which is suitable for any event. Brassiere7’s .Menu highlights include: Grilled Rare Tuna Steak, Trio of Pork and Crispy Skin Confit of Duck with several gluten free options. Our outdoor terrace is a perfect location for post-work…

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OPENING HOURS
Mon closed
Tue 5:00am - 9:00am
Wed 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Thu 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri 12:00am - 9:30pm
Sat 5:00pm - 9:30pm
Sun 5:00pm - 9:00pm

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CUISINES
Brasserie, European, Irish, Seafood, Steak

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mcooney55@hotmail.com
Dublin, Ireland

5 stars Reviewed 27/08/2014

Great place to eat food fantastic staff can not do enough to make your visit enjoyable will definitely be back thanks

vivistone
Dublin, Ireland

4 stars Reviewed 25/08/2014

Went on a Friday evening after cinema, the usual nice and cosy atmosphere, with live piano bar music, the food was very good, we both had rib-eye steak and was cooked perfectly, was expecting a little more variety and bigger size from the starter menu.

LisaD
Dublin, Ireland

2 stars Reviewed 05/08/2014

Oh dear oh dear. This place has seriously gone down hill. I hadn't been in awhile but have been here 3 or 4 times before and those last times it was lovely. This time however was a big let down. The chicken wings are smaller in portion size now. I wasn't sure what the extras was with my duck, my waiter didn't know either so I just asked could I swap for mash potatoes, I was told no, that it was a set menu for my voucher (however this wasn't the case before). I then asked another waiter what it was I had ordered, he went to find somebody to tell me, it was like a stew I was told. My friend had to order mash as an extra, I did too but also wanted to try this stew. When we got our main, we only got one portion of mash as I think the waiter mistook me saying I would try the stew as me only having the stew, there was a language barrier. But I was glad anyway, as the mash was swimming in butter, I guess they were buttery mash, just not what I was expecting. I had a voucher which was good value, 2 starters and mains for €19. Which is why this time I guess meant no compromise on the menu. When it came to paying for the mash they wouldn't accept my 25% card as I had the voucher and it was only for the a la carte menu, although the extra mash had nothing to do with the voucher! Guess there is no mash on the a la carte menu either! I didn't argue because I wasn't in the mood, I did look to see if the manager was there on my way out but no luck, apparently he said no to the 25% off. The reason this restaurant has gone down hill is simply because it is not getting the customers. One thing for sure I will not be back at this restaurant.

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