Great assortment of teas, friendly service, clean. In the heart of Dublin within walking distance from Dane st.
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This place has an astounding selection of teas for it's size. It also does great snacks (both sweet and savoury). Great atmosphere too.
We visited The Clarence on our first night in Dublin. We were pleased with the price of the two course meal there and the price of the wine (we thought it would cost a lot more to eat there). I opted for Pan Fried Tiger...More
Stopped by on Saturday lunch just arriving from Zurich. Very friendly employees. The Brasilian waiter was fantastic, as well as the young lady from Lithuania. Service very friendly. Lunch was simple but good. Food and wine inexpensive. Quality good. We always enjoy the athmosphere -...More
I have enjoyed both lunch and dinner in the past, but sadly no more. This is no longer fine dining. With Fish & Chips, club sandwich etc on the menu. embarrassing as I was with a business client. Average service. food has also gone down...More
Visited the Clarence one afternoon for weekend brunch had visited the Clarence bar previous day. One thing that has really affected my review is the presence of what appear to be beer flies in both locations within hotel. Atmosphere was difficult to rate as we...More
Okay, so this was once one of the very top places to eat in Dublin for a special occasion. It was always good and plenty expensive. Times have changed and so has the Tea Rooms. The chef is the same, many of the staff are...More
We had a fairly late dinner in the restaurant and were a large group of 8. We had attentive service and a good choice of food. The restaurant is in a large, high-ceilinged space, which had a good 'buzz' as it was pretty full.
I had a snack at the tea room and decided to move to the Octagon bar for desserts, because it was so quiet but this didn't present a much better picture. Although the fare was of good quality, the service at both was inattentive to...More
Then we had a (very) early dinner at the Tea Room, a restaurant within the Clarence Hotel but with a separate access directly to the back street. Renovated (from whatever it was before – ballroom?); it’s large (and we are almost alone – it’s early!),...More