Uisce Restaurant

The Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, City Centre South

View on Map

Cuisine:
Casual Dining

Price Range:


8 reviews
Overlooking the historic Grand Canal, the Hilton Dublin Hotel is a 10-minute walk from the famous St. Stephen's Green area and Grafton Street and only 3 miles away from the RDS Convention Center. Located on the green LUAS line it only takes and a short tram ride to get to the fashionable Dundrum Town Centre. Savor Irish beef beside the Grand Canal in the Uisce Restaurant or enjoy a sandwich and a Guinness in the Stil.

Book a Table Online

OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 9:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 9:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 9:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun12:00pm - 9:00pm

CAPACITY
110 people

WEBSITE
Visit our website

CUISINES
Casual Dining, Coeliac options, Girls Night Out, Healthy Eating, Irish, Kid's Menu, Seafood, Vegetarian

FACILITIES

Veggie options available Allocated smoking area Luscious Dublin Bay prawns, succulent oysters, melt in the mouth mussels, mouth-watering mackerel…just some of the delicious seafood you’ll find on menus around Ireland.

Irish people love to eat seafood when dining out; in fact, unlike our European neighbours, we eat more seafood outside the home. Perhaps this is a testament to the quality of our seafood restaurants. And for many visitors, a trip to Ireland wouldn’t be complete without sampling a few oysters and sinking a pint of the black stuff. Separate function room available Full Bar, Beer, Wine, Spirits Will cater for children Wheelchair Accessible Coeliac options available Will accept party bookings Parking available Accept major credit cards

Uisce Restaurant reviews

menu points Submit a review

hotfoodie
Dublin
45 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:47%

Reviewed 09th May 2012 (visited 8 May 2012 )

Decided to go for the set menu. Baby leaf spinach starter was very nice but the main course of chicken was even better. What was particularly impressive was the overall size of the meal as it featured three different types of carrot, puree, baby and regular size as well as a roast potato and some turnip and green beans. The presentation was also quite attractive. I finished with an apple slice and accompanied the meal with a carafe of red wine. My only gripe would be the choice available on the set menu, fish, chicken or vegetarian. Two fish (not everyone likes salmon) and two meat options would be my preference. Also, in my opinion, due to the lesser cost involved, the vegetarian option should apply to all vegetarian items on the menu.

slack
Dublin
30 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:47%

Reviewed 31st January 2011 (visited 21 January 2011 )

Went for the early bird option .The soup was delicious and the mains of pork belly was good.and the desert of pecan pie delicious. Will have to go back

Eating all
Dublin
51 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 25th January 2011 (visited 21 January 2011 )

Enjoyed a relaxing dinner here with friendly service the highlight.The soup was especially good.My wife's fish choice of plaice as her mains could have been a tad bigger however !

dubmollie
Dublin
35 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 14th August 2010 (visited 14 August 2010 )

The restaurant was a little quiet for a Saturday night but we still had a good meal. I had the plaice and my husband had the seabass, both delicious. One small niggle though, although the service was excellent, it was perhaps a little too attentive. No need for waiter to ask if everything was ok with our starters, main course, dessert, coffee and wine, when we received each course!! However its probably better to have very attentive service than to have none at all. Overall though good value for money and we will come here again.

Grumpy
Dublin
45 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:15%

Reviewed 26th July 2010 (visited 23 July 2010 )

The service is very friendly and efficient here. Starters were summer salad and confit of duck on a bed of noodles with chilli. The duck, noodles and chilli went surpisingly well together and the salad was declared a successs.My portion of battered cod was delicious, if meagre with rather soggy thick cut chips (change the oil !!!). My companions sea bass was delicious. A side order of chips was unecessary and for some reason was not charged for. Wine from a very limited choice, a perfectly acceptable French Cuvee something or other which also doubled as the house wine was wildly overpriced at €26. A very enjoyable meal but gouging on the wine is a no-no nowadays.

ladytron
Dublin
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:47%

Reviewed 12th July 2010 (visited 10 July 2010 )

Visited here last Saturday as we were staying in the Hotel and had gotten a menupages voucher entitling us to a lovely free bottle of wine, great idea and much appreciated. We chose from the a la carte menu, smoked salmon for my boyfriend, lovely, chilli and salt squid for me, nice but hardly any squid in the portion, and for the price I think I should have gotten more, very small portion, disappointing, tasted lovely though. We both ordered rib eye steaks for mains, his well done, mine medium, with sides of onion rings and vegetables. Steaks were lovely though mine was over done it was still lovely and tender, they come with baked potato and char grilled veg which were nice but a little unnecessary. Pepper sauce was poor, a bit greasy and tasted sort of "packety", onion rings delicious, veg nice but carrots were totally raw and not "al dente". Desserts were creme brulee and chocolate fondant, brulee was overly sweet I thought and fondant was underdone too much so much I could taste the flour, nice though all the same. Service was fantastic, two lovely waitresses who I couldn't fault, lovely atmosphere and brilliant background music!! Overall a good experience which could have been great!

Nols
Dublin
8 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:45%

Reviewed 10th June 2010 (visited 9 June 2010 )

My sister and I ate here last night. We ordered from the pre-theatre menu which was excellent and with our menu pages voucher we had a very pleasant bottle of the house wine. From the moment we entered the restaurant we were very well looked after by the staff who were very pleasant and helpful. This restaurant which is in the Hilton Hotel beside Charlemont bridge and the luas stop is very convenient to the National Concert Hall and we will definitely eat here again.

naraigh
Dublin
38 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:35%

Reviewed 06th April 2009 (visited 4 April 2009 )

Had friends staying here so decided to join them for dinner. I dont know why, maybe because the hotels been there so long and ive seen many hotels like this before with very old fashioned decor, but the hotel is actually really nice and modern! The menu had a pretty decent choice. A few starters were ordered, and then they started to come out in dribs and drabs...some of the party were left waiting for 5mins...which is a pain. Servings were pretty small. Mains came out in the same manner, left waiting for 5mins+ for some dishes and aside from the steak and pasta the servings were again quite small. Mashed potatos were pushed to the side, described as tasting burnt and watery! Ordered desert and they were again slow coming out. I ordered the vanilla icecream with butterscotch sauce and peanuts & cashew nuts - there were 2 'mellon ball' sized scoops of icecream, one vanilla and one chocolate and i found one half a peanut and no further nuts! And from my description above you might guess the scoops of icecream were tiny. Lots of fruit to compensate. Lovely cocktails but felt like they were looking to get us to top them up every half hour. So over all wouldnt go back, food was medicore and servings too smal for the price and the service was a nucience. Its a pity because its a nice place and the bar and cocktails are nice, good if you fancied a few cosy/romantic drinks.

Copyright © 2014 MenuPages. All rights reserved. [ 0.3523 ]