The Purty Kitchen restaurant
Open New Under Management, 5 Old Dun Leary Rd, Monkstown, , Monkstown
Steak and Seafood
|Mon||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
|Tue||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
|Wed||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
|Thu||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
|Fri||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
|Sat||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
|Sun||12:30pm - 11:30pm|
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Reviewed 22nd October 2013
We went to The Purty Kitchen as part of a deal they had on. Mack Fleetwood were playing so it was a 3 course dinner and the gig for a very reasonable €29. We had plenty of option on the menu. I had the Pate to start and Pork Belly as my main. Both were well portioned and tasted delicious. I recently ate in a michelin star with work and had the same main. The Purty Kitchen's was a larger portion and definately gave the latter a run for its money. I will definately be going back to try out more of the menu. The atmosphere was brilliant and they have alot of great tribute bands lined up. Great food and affordable prices :)
Reviewed 08th August 2013
Two of us called in at 6-30 without a reservation and were seated immediately as long as we were finished by 8-30. We had a pint and a main course each. Both meals were perfect. I had crispy belly of pork. It was delicious and the cabbage was the nicest I've ever eaten. My wife had hake and thought it was lovely. The waitress was very friendly and efficient. Price was a little expensive but it was well worth it because of the quality. We will return.
Reviewed 02nd July 2013
‘The food here is lovely. I had the chicken special with creamy mash. Would be a good dish to have on the main menu. The beer club is a great idea, getting your personalised page stamped each time you try a new beer. Nice atmosphere and nice decor.’
Reviewed 01st April 2013
Went for dinner nice and cosey.service great staff very friendly food very nice.will be there again would recommend.n
Reviewed 26th January 2013
Did Sunday lunch here with my family a couple of weeks ago. This place is great. 5 of us had starters and main courses. We each had something different and all of us were happy. I had a lovely goats cheese and roast vegetable polenta tart which was fantastic. They also have a very impressive selection of craft beers and a good wine list. We'll be back :-)
Reviewed 03rd December 2012
This place has come on leaps and bounds since the new owners moved in. Decor is lovely, very relaxing smoking area. Ate here for the first time in years on Thursday. Can't praise the food or the staff enough, for a pub the food is well priced and the atmosphere is casual but the food is actually so good it feels like you should be sitting in a michelan star restuarant. Very very tasty. I recommend the salmon!
Reviewed 03rd December 2012
I can't get over how much this place has changed for the better!! Popped in to The Purty Kitchen early on Saturday evening on the recommendation of a friend. They were fairly busy and we didn't have a reservation but as there was just the 2 of us they made a great effort to seat us straight away and instantly we got a lovely vibe about the place. The menu has lots of seafood options but also a good few alternatives if like me seafood doesn't float your boat. We both decided to order from the Early Bird menu for €17.50 per person. I had a crispy poached free range eggs starter followed by a goats cheese main both were just gorgeous. My friend had the Salmon Croquettes and Prawn Linguine - she's still raving about both of them and we are already looking forward to going back. The service was great, our waitress was lovely and was really enthusiastic in telling us all about the new set up (think the pub changed hands very recently?) and how excited they all are coming up to Christmas. I can't praise this place enough, I only wish I lived closer to Dun Laoghaire so I could visit it a little more often!
Reviewed 28th November 2012
Been there few times since new mgmt. Dinner & lunch. LOVED IT A LOT! Fantastic food & good service. Great selection of beer. New fav place to eat.
Reviewed 20th November 2012
I have been there for couple of times and I was never disappointed. The food was delicious and the staff are briliant. I will definitely will be back on a regular basis :-)
Reviewed 01st November 2012
The difference in this restaurant and bar is unbelievable. The food was really delicious. It seemed to be very local produce, with a lot of seafood. The ingredients were familiar and not outrageous but nowhere near boring, just great food, cooked amazingly well and with little twists which made it exciting and fun. We went on a rainy Tuesday night, but the place was warm and cosy with a real fire. The service were friendly and very attentive. The style was comfortable but chic, which was very surprising. Overall, we left planning when our next free evening to return was, and excited to come back.