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“Top spot. Real asset to the area.”

The Baths at Clontarf
Ranked #1,475 of 2,754 Restaurants in Dublin
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Great location, bustling and full of atmosphere. Great covers with beautifully baked breads and dip. Food was perfectly cooked and very enjoyable.

The menu would be well served by having some additional descriptions about the dishes - this will save much waitress questioning and potentially mismatched expectations for what is being ordered.

Look forward to our return visit with the family for a pizza!

Thank ChristyChimlin
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Went here for birthday dinner with Leah. Leah is from the area and I had years ago played waterpolo in the Baths. Well we were very impressed we must say! Leah (it was her birthday remember, had an exquisite striploin steak! While I went for the sea bass. Both were amazing. The decor is really well done and in keeping with the theme. If there was one gripe, it that we thought €39 for a bottle of pocessco was a bit on the expensive side. But as it’s only open just over 3 weeks, it’s certainly a place we enjoyed. Somewhere we’d recommend to friends and we hope to eat there again.

Thank Stephen W
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I recently went to the Baths with my family for dinner. As a starter I shared pork ribs with my mother which were really nice. After the starter it took around 30 mins for the food to come. I believe it is important to take time in between courses, but in my opinion a half hour is too long. I ordered a margarita pizza as my main course. It was Italian style and was delicious. The one complaint I have about my pizza is that it was advertised as mozzarella,tomatoe sauce and basil. I ended up getting a basil oil which tasted like pesto. A real margarita pizza doesn't have pesto like substances on it. The scenery was beautiful along with the interior of the building. Overall, the Baths was an enjoyable visit.

Thank Anja M
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Overall loved The Baths. We had a drink while we waited for table, bar at moment is just for pre dinner as not loads of space, summer may be different.
We were given a lovely table and service was fantastic, our waiter Darragh was very down to earth and not trying to sell you sides etc gave recommendations and also suggested some changes. All which were perfect and no extra charges. Had seafood starter to share plenty... and no issue getting some extra bread. Main courses were delicious. Waiter was very friendly and good fun. Head of house, Spanish was excellent and spent time making sure everyone was happy. They also were very kind with some wine for our special occasion which I had out on reservation - nice touch.
No rushing to leave and overall was just a great experience and will be returning.
We walked outside to the covered area with lovely heaters and Baths look nearly ready also, can’t wait for summer!
Have recommended many times since to friends and family.

Thank Deardee
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Not being too sure what to expect, the Baths may or may not have met expectations! Really, I thoroughly enjoyed the evening. The room is lovely, the view from the city to the sea is panoramic, though straight across to the port area is ok at night with the lights, and all, but during daylight, maybe not so much. We were seated and left alone for ten minutes without a visit from a server, but once they got to us, they were good. Lovely, in fact.
They brought Guinness bread, which was good, with hummus. The starters we had, prawns, seafood platter, soup and crab were all great, particularly, the platter, which was substantial and tasty.
I had lamb and the rest had the fish of the day, hake.The lamb was a delight, slow cooked pieces, with lentils, veg and mash, topped with a couple of cutlets. A side of parsnip fries were good too.
Everyone else was very complimentary about the hake. There was plenty of it and it was beautiful cooked.
Afogato, whipped ice cream with espresso was lovely. I was less convinced by the crumble. Topping too much like granola for my liking. Fruit, a bit too sweet. Custard was really nice, though.
The place was busy, lively and very pleasant.
Cost about €60 a head including wine and beer. Not too bad at all.
Looking forward to going back, maybe try that coddle pizza!!

Thank maczi
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