The Bell Pub & Restaurant
Navan Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin

Cuisine:

Carvery
Based on 8 reviews


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Posted 1st Feb 2016 by MAGGYMAHONYFirst Timer: 8 reviews

Lovely local pub. Food is great. Chef will always amend or edit any dish you want. Staff are great craic. Always something happening. Gigs are great. Cocktails are delicious!! Worth a call in!!

Posted 30th Oct 2014 by MAGGYMAHONYFirst Timer: 8 reviews

Have had evening food her quite a bit but never the breakfast. Decided to try it this weekend. Hubby had french toast & Bacon- delicious. I tried the omelette- i asked for extra veg and it was not trouble at all. really tasty, great value and the latte was piping hot and delicious. Would highly recommend the Bell for great food and lovely staff.

Posted 2nd Oct 2012 by LOVESTODINEOUTGuru: 69 reviews

Visited the Bell pub last Sunday for a quick bite to eat and we both have the carvery dinner. Had the ham and the roast beef both of which were very nice and great value also. The place was absolutely packed, there seemed to be two celebrations going on so there was hundreds of children running around the place because of this I couldnt wait to get out. I wouldnt be in a rush to return but I couldnt fault the food.

Posted 29th Aug 2011 by PHOENIXESROSEConnoisseur: 14 reviews

Local pub, decent menu. I really love their weekend carvery which is served in the back room. There's so much food on it it's hard to finish.

As a side note - locals know that they can order the daily roast (which isn't on the menu) and/or have a half order of the daily roast and not go away hungry.

Friendly bartenders and weekend music make this a nice place to hang out when you're not wanting to head into the city.

Posted 24th Aug 2011 by DINERS1Connoisseur: 23 reviews

Enjoyed a bite to eat in the Bell on Saturday night.We each only had a main course, thankfully, as the portions were very large and filling. Hubby choose fish and chips, a classic well cooked choice. I opted for the steak sandwich, which was well done as requested. It was filled with fried onions and served with chips and salad. No complaints about the food at all although I would advise any would be diners to go early as by 8 o clock the music was starting. We did'nt stay around but judging by the size of the speakers it was loud! Atmosphere was good, staff friendly and tasty food. We will be back.!

Posted 21st Jul 2011 by LAURA374Newbie: 4 reviews

I grabbed a quick dinner here with my mum on the Friday evening after work. Initially it was difficult to get our order taken but once they knew we were there, they were very attentive.

I had the chicken noodle stir fry which was lovely (a little greasy) but really tasty. It was nice and quiet which is what we were looking for. The place seemed to be getting busy as we left.

If i was in the area I wouldnt hesitate to stop by again for a quick bite!

Posted 18th Jun 2011 by PAULD6789Guru: 37 reviews

I ate here looking for a nice tasty carvery and i was not disappointed. The food is good and plentiful and the atmosphere is nice(a little loud during the football but its big enough to find a quiet spot with no TV).The staff are very friendly and at €10.90 for a big plate of grub you can't go wrong.Might become a regular here!

Posted 3rd Oct 2010 by AHOLDENGuru: 49 reviews

Visited this pub for the first time recently as I was told about the great value early bird menu priced at €17.95. For this you get either a starter or desert with your main course and a glass of wine, excellent value. Food was served promptly and was very tasty. If you are in the Blanchardstown area be sure to give this pub a visit, you will not be disappointed, I will return..
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