Tea Room (Dublin) Reviews
Description:The Clarence Hotel, 6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2. Tel: +353 1 670 7766. Fax: +353 1 670 7800. Closed: Lunch on Satu ... more
Newest Review: ... explained the various menus - the a la carte menu and the 'Market Menu' which is three starters, mains and desserts which are priced at 26 euros for two courses or 34 euros for 3 courses. As we had booked through toptable.co.uk we were also offered a special offer with a free glass of champagne (19.50 on the menu!) and 2 for 1 on main courses from the a la carte menu provided we ordered three ... more
Customer Tea Room (Dublin) Reviews (1)
by - written on 02/02/09 (Very useful, 35 readings)
On arrival at The Clarence Hotel in Dublin you are presented with a fairly unassuming but classic hotel which sits on the river Liffey near Temple Bar. The Clarence is a former run down hotel which was bought by Ireland's most famous export - U2. They renovated the hotel and it is now one of Dublins premier boutique hotels. On entry to the hotel the concierge showed us to the restaurant which sits at the back of the hotel. We later realised there is a back entrance which leads directly to the resturant and to the bars and clubs of Temple Bar. After being greeted and having our coats, scarves, unbrellas and various other layers removed (it was raining and ... Read the complete review
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