The Brick Oven restaurant

Wolfe Tone Square, Bantry

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Pizzeria

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14 reviews
4 stars - based on 14 reviews

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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
100 people

CUISINES
Pizzeria

FACILITIES

Will cater for children Full Bar, Beer, Wine, Spirits Accept major credit cards Veggie options available Take away service

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The Brick Oven

Dev104
Kildare
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:57%

Reviewed 08th August 2017 (visited 8 August 2017 )

Outstanding! Outstanding! Outstanding! Staff were amazing. Food is outstanding. Visited this evening with my family. The 5 of us enjoyed a lovely meal with quick service and the staff were amazing, paying lots of attention to the children and ensuring everything was okay. Extremely child friendly, means so much for any parent to enjoy their meal. This is our first visit but not our last. Well done Gillian and Co.

The Brick Oven

Westcork1
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th November 2013 (visited 27 October 2013 )

Wont be Back -My wife and I went to the Brick Oven on Sunday October 27th. I was delighted to see that the menu catered for coeliacs. Before ordering I informed the waitress that I needed my food to be strictly gluten free. We ordered the chicken wing and goats cheese for starters which was in fairness very good. For the mains I ordered the rib-eye steak and my wife ordered the sirloin. The steaks were big but awful. The meat was poorly cooked and was almost impossible to cut with steak knifes which were not provided until we asked for them. The steaks were extremely disappointing to say the least. Having ate half of my portion of chips I tasted some batter from something else. This was a shock as I clearly requested everything to be gluten free. I asked the manageress if the chips were gluten free and she abruptly replied that they couldn't guarantee it as they were cooked with food that had gluten. This was a terrible end to what was a terrible experience. We spent €90 (including wine) in this restaurant which was far too expensive for the standard of food presented for the main course.

The Brick Oven

Westcork1
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th November 2013 (visited 27 October 2013 )

Wont be Back -My wife and I went to the Brick Oven on Sunday October 27th. I was delighted to see that the menu catered for coeliacs. Before ordering I informed the waitress that I needed my food to be strictly gluten free. We ordered the chicken wing and goats cheese for starters which was in fairness very good. For the mains I ordered the rib-eye steak and my wife ordered the sirloin. The steaks were big but awful. The meat was poorly cooked and was almost impossible to cut with steak knifes which were not provided until we asked for them. The steaks were extremely disappointing to say the least. Having ate half of my portion of chips I tasted some batter from something else. This was a shock as I clearly requested everything to be gluten free. I asked the manageress if the chips were gluten free and she abruptly replied that they couldn't guarantee it as they were cooked with food that had gluten. This was a terrible end to what was a terrible experience. We spent €90 (including wine) in this restaurant which was far too expensive for the standard of food presented for the main course.

The Brick Oven

CriticShur
Cork
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th August 2011 (visited 7 August 2011 )

We went here to eat on a Sunday as a family, reccommended by my sister. For starters we each had vegetable soup which was tasty but quite watery. I enjoted the bread which accompanied it. I ordered chicken with bacon bits in a mushroom sauce. The chicken was beautiful and the sauce was of perfect condidtency, I couldn't really taste the bacon bits. The dinner was served with potatoes and vegetables, the potatoes were lumpy and sort of spicy, because of this I didnt eat them, the vegetables however were beautiful except the cauliflour which had a horrible white sauce, it was bitty. The variety of desserts was not great and most were heavy, not what you want from a dessert, however I ordedred a creme brulee which was perfect, I loved it to bits and would go back to the restaurant just for it. The place was quite cramped and as they were busy the staff were slow to serve but quite friendly anyway.

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Ali88
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th November 2010 (visited 28 September 2010 )

Wonderful restaurant,pleasant surroundings,friendly and very obliging staff.Great price and a large selection.Possibly one of the best places to eat in West Cork.

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BI
Limerick
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th August 2010 (visited 2 August 2010 )

Food is just lovely. Great quality and value for money. The restaurant has a lovely relaxed atmosphere. Highly recommend

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annasmurf
Cork
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd February 2010 (visited 3 December 2009 )

My boyfriend and I eat here once every couple of nights. It usually coincides with a trip to the cinema as they are very near each other. I've sampled many things on the menu and they are all lovely but the pizzas are by far the nicest, infact they're delicious. reason I gave 3.5 out of 5 for atmosphere is because I feel the tables could be spread out a small bit more. For pizza lovers out there, this place is a must. You get good value for money and the staff are very friendly and efficient.

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peppers180
Cork
29 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th April 2009 (visited 10 February 2008 )

Nice Italien/Irish Place. Nice atmosphere but no amazing food. Its ok. Prices are good value and if you go at the right days they have a realy good pizza chef!!!

The Brick Oven

Happymarried
Cork
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th July 2008 (visited 19 July 2008 )

We went here last year on our anniversary, and really enjoyed our meal, so we thought we'd go again this year. Well, my husband had a lovely meal, and the food we got was very good, however they didn't have any option other than pizza for vegetarians, and when I said OK so to pizza, they forgot to put in the order for pizza for me. I ended up twiddling my napkin while my husband enjoyed his lasagna. When the mistake was realised, it was too late to go ordering pizza, so I got a tiny bowl of salad leaves instead. I really think they could do with another option for vegetarians, even if the pizza is good, it's nice to have another choice, if pizza isn't your thing.

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punch_f
Dublin
46 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th June 2008 (visited 17 May 2008 )

I ate here a few weeks ago with my girlfriend, it looked busy so we thought we'd try it. I didn't like the furniture and the floor of the room, they made it look like a cheap diner. The lighting was also too bright. I liked the French Onion Soup for starters, then I got tuna steak for mains which was a bit tough. I also asked for loads of garlic on it which I didn't get. The tuna was served with loads of iceberg lettuce and peppers which unfortunately made my dish look like pub grub more than restaurant food. My girlfriends sea bass was the same, it would have looked and gone down better if it was even served on its own with some simple veg as the fish was nice and very fresh. Don't think I'd go here again if I was in Bantry.

The Brick Oven

tastychef22
Kildare
66 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:62%

Reviewed 06th May 2008 (visited 4 May 2008 )

as a chef I highly reccommend this restaurant on main street Bantry...lovely and quick management touch on arrival....very spacious seating arrangements. lovely fat chicken wings to start not too sure about the blue cheese dip...main course i had stuffed lemon sole in a seafood sauce.....delicately cook to perfection and stuffed with salmon served with fresh broccoli and braised red cabbage....pizzas are freshly made and you can tell....hot choc brownie for dessert very reasonably priced...worth a visit

The Brick Oven

sinead_mc

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th November 2007 (visited 29 September 2007 )

Love going to this restaurant-always good service and delicious food, especially the pizza dishes

The Brick Oven

stardust

3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th November 2007 (visited 20 November 2007 )

I've eaten here many times, it's a great restaurant with really good food and a good selection on the menu. Always a nice atmosphere there, by day and night, and it's not very expensive.

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