The Iveagh is the stunning restaurant that forms a part of the Camden Court Hotel, one of Dublin’s most popular restaurants located on the trendy Camden Street, right in the centre of Dublin 2. This is the ideal choice of venue for a catch up with friends, a date with the someone special, or a family gathering. The wide Irish and European menu leaves nothing up to the imagination. It contains many of the most popular European dishes, but it also has some creative dishes of its own invention. The Iveagh is a restaurant of class and style and it boasts the best in Irish cuisine on its menu, with all of the produce being locally sourced. Be sure to check out the extensive wine list that has been put together with care by sommelier experts and goes well with the chosen dishes on the menu. The Iveagh restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It can cater up to 250 people to suit all occasions.
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Very pleasant venue but lacked atmosphere due to very little customers. Perhaps menu could be a little more adventurous but thank you for a pleasant evening
I have often gone here on lunch from work, and the sandwiches are great, really good value, really nice setting. Submit a Review
HOWEVER, I had brought some colleagues from overseas on this date. The lady at the sandwich counter was EXTREMELY rude to my non English speaking colleague. There was no queue at the time, and yet she hurried us along. I was so embarrassed for our country. Shame on that lady. No, not a lady, shame on that woman. Disgraceful.
Staff was reallky nice and food tasty.
Posted 4th Feb 2014 by FRENCHETTEFirst Timer: 15 reviews
Only room for improvement I see here is that when I booked a table for table, we ended up on 3 tables of 4 instead of one big table. They should ask for it as it is obvious for customer that convives will be altogether.
Lets say it like it is, at the end of the day the Iveagh Restaurant is a hotel restaurant in a lovely 3 star hotel, I had a low expectation, but I was pleasently suprised by my experience. I had won a voucher at a tabel quiz a while back and it had been gathering dust at the back of the drawer for some time. On arrival we were met by a friendly waitress, Nikki, who i have to compliment as one of the friendliest waitresses I've come accross in a long time, she had excellent knowedge of the wine list and the menu, a gem! My starter Goats Cheese, walnut and beetroot Salad was perfect. My partner had the Butternut Squash risotto, tasty but swimmingin oil. My main course Sirloin Steak with mushrooms and parmeasan was a low average. The accompiments were great, the meat was cooked well but the quality of meat let this dish down badly. we shared a cheese plate for dessert, again it was average but the selection of cheeses wasn't great, there was no blue cheese and as always not enough crackers. The wine was lovely and my coffee never arrived. All in all a reasonable experience with excellent service from Nikki and the rest of the staff.
Posted 2nd May 2012 by KIERAN30Foodie: 8 reviews
Met my aunt here during my lunch break. The restaurant is fairly large with plenty of places to sit so we were able to find a nice quiet corner, which was nice as it filled up quick with other office diners. I got a soup and veggie sandwhich and was impressed by the portion sizes, although I did think it was a bit pricey. The reason I marked so low for the service was that we were brushed off by a member of staff when we asked for 2 coffees to wash down our lunch. Overall I would recommend it as a good place to go on a lunch break. The food service is quick and there is plenty of seating, just make sure you plan to get your coffees elsewhere.
Posted 25th Jan 2011 by SHOBOConnoisseur: 11 reviews
Open for lunch too this place is busy with office staff lunching during the week. Options of carvery or salad/ sandwich bar and there is tons of seating areas. Limited choice near my job so eat here about once every 2 weeks and get toasted wrap for €5 which is good value for sit in. The salad bar is very pricey and not worth it coming in avg of €7-8 for a few very basic salads with 1 meat. Carvery can be a bit hit 'n' miss, once I got corn on the cob but it had been fried not boiled (yuck!) haven't had the carvery since no matter what's on offer. Majority of the staff are nice but there are one or two that need a little training for some friendly manners. Overall it's grand for a quick, no fuss lunch
Posted 10th Jan 2011 by GILLO63Guru: 44 reviews
This restaurant is in the Camden Court Hotel, and I tend to avoid hotel restaurants unless they come particularly recommended. But friends were staying in the hotel and they suggested we eat there. On the Friday evening we were there, it was relatively quiet except for a large coach party who were half way through eating when we arrived. This may partly explain why our food was just a little slow in coming. Nevertheless, the food was good, with very precise and friendly service from the waiter.
Posted 10th Oct 2009 by MAMBOGuru: 59 reviews
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