The Old Mill Restaurant is situated smack in the middle of the busy Temple Bar district that has preserved its medieval street pattern, with many narrow cobbled streets and has a lively nightlife that is popular with tourists.
They serve a variety of traditional and modern dishes, from traditional fish & chips, freshly steamed mussels to braised beef & Guinness stew, the famous Wicklow lamb shank. You can also choose from their impressive wine list or full bar. So come in for good food, friends and a perfect pint of Guinness. Read More
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Excellent food, great prices, lovely staff.
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We were so satisfied that we came back three days later!
Had a lovely meal but the tables were too close together
Excellent value for two couse meal, Guinness stew really good. Service good. Restaurent caters for the tourist market, the two of us were the only local Irish there. However, it was good to experience, ideal for meal and move somewhere else afterwards.
Excellent service and food . Staff knew what they were about . We were a party of ten and from start of meal to end everything was first class .Would reccomend booking in advance as space is limited . First class .
Posted 23rd Sep 2015 by CLOHERTYMFirst Timer: 1 reviews
Ordered traditional battered fish and chunky chips.When it came out to much batter on fish and the chips were NOT traditional they were frozen chips.Said it to the waiter and he had no reply.Very disappointed!!!
Temple Bar was hopping on this sunny Sunday afternoon, but there were very few diners in the Old Mill when we called in. Had a main course of a Club Sandwich which was substantial and delicious. It was served in a very fresh, soft floury bun, topped with a fried egg before the ‘lid’ was put on! It came with a side salad and a dish of lovely chips – crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. Enjoyed dipping the chips in the garlic mayo which was provided with the meal. There’s plenty of old memorabilia of days gone by displayed around the walls of the restaurant, ranging from notable characters from Dublin’s sports, literary and music fields, to reminders of the struggle for Irish freedom. Our waitress was chatty and friendly, and service was very good. Great place for grabbing a quick bite to eat before heading home after a busy day out.
Posted 28th Dec 2012 by DEMO13First Timer: 1 reviews
This is a small restaurant overlooking Meeting House Square, Temple Bar. Would not have known it existed except for the young girl outside who was doing her best (and succeeded in our case) to persuade passers-by to try it. Most of the restaurants in Temple Bar are visible from a street level but this one is upstairs and out of view. It’s a quaint place, lots of timber around the walls, which makes it a bit dark, but it does add to the character. We opted for the early bird which was €10 for a main course. They’ve a nice selection of light meals on the menu. I chose the Turkey & Stuffing Panini which was served with a very tasty side salad, a little tub of cranberry sauce (which was a bit bland) and good old fashioned chunky chips. It was washed down with a pint of nicely chilled Guinness, which was on offer for €4. Perhaps not the place you’d go for a special occasion or intimate meal, but it was very good on Sunday, and absolutely ideal after the long walk from Croke Park following a football match.
Posted 12th Jul 2011 by DAIBHI001Guru: 67 reviews
Found this restaurant by chance when looking for somewhere to eat before heading to a gig in croker! It was packed but we managed to get a table. Atmosphere was amazing, as there where a lot of people there who where heading to the gig. Service was very good given the fact that it was so busy. The food was excellent and really good value. Drink was a lot cheaper than some of the bars and restuarants in Temple Bar and the staff where friendly and polite. Toilets where spotless!
Posted 4th Jul 2011 by INSIGNIAFirst Timer: 2 reviews
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