The Pantry Restaurant
64 Talbot Street, City Centre North, Dublin


Based on 10 reviews

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The Pantry Restaurant is located just beside the bridge on Talbot Street and is renowned for offering a full service to their customers. They make both breakfast & lunch that is freshly prepared for you, as well as, doing freshly brewed coffee to sit in or take out.
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Posted 8th Jul 2014 by EDELFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Went to the Pantry for some food after a long day in town, after having a fabulous fish and chip meal and my daughter had a chicken wrap we came out with our spirits lifted, great food, great staff and over all a great place a home from home welcome in the heart of Dublin,will definitely be returning thanks

Posted 8th Jul 2014 by THUMBYFirst Timer: 1 reviews

You come once. For a big fry and some comfort food. You feel like you get the warm welcome of a regular. Then you become a regular and get treated like a prince(ss)!

Posted 27th Jun 2014 by GRAHAMSPILLANE29203621First Timer: 2 reviews

eat here regularly. great food, friendly staff, nice atmosphere and good prices. would highly recommend the pantry to anybody

Posted 27th Jun 2014 by GRAHAMSPILLANE29203621First Timer: 2 reviews

we eat here regularly and there's no better place to go where you get a good feed and great atmosphere. the staff are very friendly and breakfast is delicious. highly recommend the pantry for anybody around the city centre.

Posted 11th Jun 2014 by TAMMY11First Timer: 1 reviews

I have to say I love this place , the food is tops the breakfast is the good owl Irish breakfast that hits the spot especially when your feeling that lil bit hungover , also lunch time I would order chicken wrap and chips which is very nice and is very good priced for the good food that is giving , the staff is so kind and very helpful I always leave on a high with a good smile. Anyone and everyone should give it a try you wouldn't leave with a bad taste or on a bad note. Well needed place to chill with good food.

Posted 11th Jun 2014 by BALLADIANFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Stopped in for a full irish breakfast. quick service, good food, clean place and friendly staff. Nice place.

Posted 2nd Dec 2010 by JONNYJOENewbie: 4 reviews

I work in the IFSC and have been to lunch here a few times. The food is very simple but really nice and good value. They do a daily lunch menu of a main with soup or apple pie, both really delicious, for around €7. I had the fish and chips which was very nice. This is a no frills restaurant and definitely worth a visit if youre lookin for somewhere easy and cheap to eat.

Posted 28th Jul 2010 by AMMCDGuru: 52 reviews

Visited here early in the morning for breakfast and thought the food was lovely. Piping hot and served quickly. It was a little more pricy than other breakfast menus I've seen but there was plenty of food. You would certainly not leave here hungry. Its near trains and buses so it seems to be very popular as it was pretty full.

Posted 6th Jan 2010 by HELENA1984Guru: 22 reviews

Very limited menu..Very expensive, poor quality..and slow service...Wouldnt go back there at all and would advise people to stay away from this place.

Posted 21st Sep 2009 by ME2First Timer: 1 reviews

Visited on match day. Place was packed, but staff still had time to chat. Great place for a full Irish and a cup of tea. I'd say it would be nice place to sit and read the paper when less busy! Great value for money.
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