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Brasserie 7

3 stars

The Capel Building,, Dublin, Ireland

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Brasserie 7

Brasserie 7 is a new, bright and spacious addition to the Dublin restaurant scene. Family run, it holds all the attributes and warmth that only a family run restaurant can offer. Our ethos is to bring you tasty food with unbeatable value. Our menu is tweaked and honed day in day out on the feedback we receive from our diners to try offer a continually improving dining experience. The menu comprises of a dynamic selection of dishes from all sorts of cuisine’s to try cater for all taste buds and…

PRICE RANGE €€

OPENING HOURS
Mon - Fri 12pm to late
Sat & Sun 10am - late

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CUISINES
Brasserie, Brunch, Cocktails, Coeliac options, European.

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Ronan1969
Dublin, Ireland

3 stars Reviewed 06/04/2014

Recently my friend and I came upon an internet voucher for an 'early bird' meal in Brasserie 7 which seemed liked good value (€28 euro instead of €50 for 2x2 courses plus a bottle of wine) so we sallied out to Capel Street a few weeks ago. I must say that I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of food on offer. On first impressions, the restaurant's interior itself is a bit too big and impersonal for my liking but I decided to bear with it. For a change I thought I'd focus upon the vegetarian options of Goat's Cheese tartlet followed by Feta and Spinach filo pastry with sundried tomatoes both of which were cooked beautifully. I'm not a big fan of salty dishes but my starter and main course were well cooked and balanced. I cannot recall what my companion ate (but as she didnt complain about our 'petit repas' I'll take that as a 'thumbs up'). We drank a bottle of their house white wine (Italian, i think) and we left the restaurant more than content and sated.

chriswalsh007
Dublin, Ireland

2 stars Reviewed 31/03/2014

Was there for Mother\'s Day, while I understand we were 15 mins late they kept us waiting for over half an hr before being seated, which I didn\'t understand because the place was half empty. Food was quite bland. Ordered the steak and was honestly the fattiest steak Ive ever had. Was near impossible to grab the waitress for a drinks order. Took over 2 hours to get seated and finish our two courses. Shame had high expectations for this place.

Katsai
Dublin, Ireland

4 stars Reviewed 18/03/2014

It was my 3rd time eating there and I'm delighted that the layout of the venue has changed. Sitting at the front was not very nice whereas the back is much cosier and warmer. The menu changes regularly which is welcome; We had a voucher so had to choose from the early bird menu; it's not that big and I picked the only dishes I like. The service was so-so: friendly but not very professional: one staff member was tired and told us she had been working for 10 hours-sorry but as customers- we don’t care...And when I asked the waiter to have a look at the A la carte menu, he said he didn't understand what was the a la carte menu....Then another spilled my coffee on our table: he apologized but that's it....I might go back but will wait...

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