Hatch & Sons Irish Kitchen restaurant
The Little Museum of Dublin, 15 St Stephens Green, Dublin 2, City Centre SouthDublin 2
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Reviewed 21st July 2015 (visited 18 July 2015 )
Stopped in here on a Saturday afternoon for a light lunch. Staff were very pleasant and accomodating. We shared a lovely sandwich and we were offered a pot of coffee which was a really nice idea, it was good quality filtered coffee. We finished with a lovely brownie for dessert. I would definitely return.
Reviewed 05th February 2015 (visited 1 February 2015 )
Nice food but was expecting more
Reviewed 04th February 2015 (visited 14 January 2015 )
This is a superb place to come for lunch. The restaurant is lovely on the inside - rustic décor. The staff are friendly and the service is fast. The menu has a nice range to choose from . The goats cheese is super so any dish with that is highly recommended.
Reviewed 14th November 2014 (visited 8 November 2014 )
I'd heard good things about Hatch and Sons so when I found myself hungry for lunch and practically on their doorstep I was delighted with the excuse to give it a try. I had a chicken sandwich which was super tasty, although a little hard to keep on the slate/plate given he generous amount of salad. With this came a very good coffee. A great spot for a quick bite in town, would definitely go back.
Reviewed 05th April 2014 (visited 3 April 2014 )
We stumbled across Hatch and Sons for dinner. The atmosphere is wonderful and service excellent. The food is delicious honest fare - exactly what it says on the tin. We're dying to go back - such a refreshingly different approach.
Reviewed 09th February 2014 (visited 8 February 2014 )
Had a delicious lunch here - double baked eggs, with sausage, bacon & tomato...accompanied with the best brown bread I've had in a long time. The coffee wasn't great - I'd go for a mug of tea next time...Overall I'll certainly be back. Tasty food, buzzy atmosphere, friendly efficient staff
Reviewed 20th January 2014 (visited 14 January 2014 )
Homemade veg soup on the lunch menu - lovely and came with really nice wholesome brown bread. Service was efficient and had a good atmosphere.
Reviewed 03rd November 2013 (visited 1 October 2013 )
Nice buzzy atmosphere. Tables are a little cramped. Felt that Blaas were overpriced and not that satisfying for lunch. Maybe stews etc might be a better choice.