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Fahrenheit Restaurant

Clontarf Castle Hotel, Castle Avenue, Clontarf, DUBLIN 3, ROI,

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The Fahrenheit is the destination restaurant of Dublin's Clontarf Castle Hotel, a beguiling mix of the ancient (12th-century roots) and modern boutique luxiness, and it's a dramatic showcase for some striking modern Irish cooking. Kick off with beetroot-cured wild salmon with smoked salmon mousse, beetroot gel and horseradish, and move on to loin of Wicklow lamb, cooked pink and served atop garlic risotto, with slow-roast belly, roasted onions, carrots and fondant potato, or perhaps loin of venison with dark chocolate jus, grilled leeks and mushrooms. Conclude happily with braised rhubarb topped with fruit and nut crumble, mascarpone and chunks of meringue.

Further information

Tel: 01 8332321
& 8523263
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Open all year.
Sunday lunch available.
Days closed for lunch: all week (private pre-booked only)

Restaurant information

Cooking type: Modern Irish
Chef: Stuart Heeney
Number of seats: 90
Accessible for wheelchairs.
Disabled toilets.
Children welcome.
Children's portions.
Parking available.


Restaurant price guide

A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: €17.95
2 Course dinner from: €23.95
3 Course dinner from: €27.95
Sunday lunch: €24.99-€29.99
Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.



Use the route planner for your trip

From Dublin city. O'Connell St, south onto O'Connell St Lower, left onto Abbey St Lower, continue onto R105, at Clontarf Rd left onto Castle Ave, left after 500mtrs
Nearest station: Clontarf Dart

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