C Central Bar @ The Camden Court Hotel restaurant
The Camden Court Hotel, Lower Camden Street, Dublin 2, City Centre SouthDublin 2
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Reviewed 18th March 2012 (visited 5 January 2012 )
Met my partner here for lunch and the staff couldnt have done enough,the girl who served us was fab and obviously loved working here. Food and portions were decent. Hungry just thinking bout it.
Reviewed 24th June 2011 (visited 24 June 2011 )
Went to this popular lunchtime spot for carvery, very nice atmosphere in bar plenty of seating and very bright. Two main options for lunch the carvery area and a sandwich and soup counter. The carvery looked decent most options priced around the 10 Euro mark. Meat and veg all very good, the only complaint was the mash was horrible. Way too much butter in it and yellow in colour as opposed to white, other than that decent enough spot for lunch though there are a few places on harcourt st much cheaper and with carverys for 6/7 euro.
Reviewed 08th February 2011 (visited 5 February 2011 )
Came here to have some food and watch the match in relative peace. I have been here before and have never been disappointed. I opted for my usual lamb and chorizo burger which was very tasty and quite good value too. My partner opted for the Caesar salad, this too was also very good. Would recommend!
Reviewed 01st December 2010 (visited 26 November 2010 )
Come in here for lunch quite a bit. Generally just get a sandwich or a wrap. Sandwiches are always very big and satifying. Have gotten the carvery dinner here a couple of times and portions are also very big. Always a good crowd in here for lunch and nice comfortable seats to sit down. Nice pub grub.
Reviewed 25th November 2009 (visited 12 November 2009 )
Had lunch here, it was OK, nothing to write home about but can't complain too much either. Nice for a change, but still more expensive than other similar places in the ares.
Reviewed 15th July 2009 (visited 7 July 2009 )
Have to post a 2nd review, 'cos I went to the Camden Court for lunch recently and it was fine - food grand (menus still rationed though!). Nice enough grub - but still 3.50 over priced compared to near (and far better) competitors. Suspect that the chef or the manager has been changed. Definitely worth a go if it is raining and you don't want the walk to places on Camden St that are 3/4 of the price for nicer food, but has really improved on recent months. Still isn't attracting the lunchtime crowd from my office because of how horrifyingly bad it was before.
Reviewed 25th March 2009 (visited 23 March 2009 )
went for lunch. Lovely food and good selection. Reasonably priced!
Reviewed 14th March 2009 (visited 12 March 2009 )
as a chef i pride myself in finding good cooking and recommending where ive eating. last thursday morning 12/3/09 i went to the camden court hotel for breakfast. what a surprise lovely full irish nicley cooked served by the chef and a cappuchino. great price too €13.00 all in# highly recommended
Reviewed 28th February 2009 (visited 11 February 2009 )
When this placed opened first, it looked really cutting edge, reminiscent of celtic times with a lot of tree-like decor liberally splattered all over the place. However, I went in lately and the place is looking a trifle tired. Enjoyed a sandwich and a pint but I think its time for a bit of a refurb!
Reviewed 23rd February 2009 (visited 6 February 2009 )
It's grand for lunch but I wouldn't be expecting culinary excellence or anything! Had the soup - it was fine nothing special! It took a bit of work to get a coffee afterwards as there didn't seem to be a huge amount of staff around.
Reviewed 19th August 2008 (visited 15 August 2008 )
Went here last Friday night for a meal and found the menu very limited. Had the chicken caesar salad and it was only ok, nothing special. We ordered chips on the side which were frozen and quite a few were burnt. Our waitress wasnt exceptionally friendly either even though it was very quiet. The bar itself is nice but wouldnt return for the food.
Reviewed 08th March 2008 (visited 3 March 2008 )
This is a handy option if you work in the area, but I wouldn't recommend the CAJUN CHICKEN CIABATTA. I have eaten here twice in the last two weeks. The first time I had the CAJUN CHICKEN CIABATTA which the group I was having lunch with laughed at. I nice piece of chicken arrived on what could only be described as half a bap on quite a large plate. There was no side salad or a side order of fries. It was unbelievable that they charge over EUR 7.00 for this! I ate here again (not through choice) on Monday & was delighted with the delish serving of the soup & gorgeous brown bread. The jury is still out on whether I would return of my own choice...