Andersons Foodhall & Café restaurant

3 The Rise, Glasnevin, Glasnevin

Dublin 9

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92 reviews
4 stars - based on 92 reviews
Andersons Food Hall & Cafe is a Continental Style Cafe/Wine Bar encompassing a Gourmet Food Store and Wine Shop. The Café fare comprises many dishes made from the extensive selection of Charcuterie and Farmhouse Cheeses which retail in the Food Hall but also includes much more including a full Breakfast Menu, Soups, Gourmet Sandwiches, Panini and Wraps, Salads, Speciality Platters, Pasta and other Hot Dishes, Homemade Desserts and Pastries. We also serve the the best coffee around, Illy and a full range of Speciality Teas. In addition, there is a Childrens menu, Tapas menu on Saturday and Sunday Evenings and great specials for Dinner on Thursday and Friday Evenings.

The shelves are full to the brim with over 100 wines stocked at great prices. You can try a number of them by the glass, have a bottle with lunch or dinner or take one home.

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
44 people

CUISINES
Cafe, European, Irish

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Andersons Foodhall & Café

Foodfanciarak
Dublin
12 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:70%

Reviewed 16th January 2017 (visited 15 January 2017 )

We had a few people in our party so had to wait about 30 minutes for a table as place gets busy on saturday and I soon realised they were so slow because of the really slow service. The food was nice and the desserts looked amazing. I was handed the dessert menu at one point but an hour later when he came back to take my order i had gone off the idea and it was really difficult to get anyone's attention even though the place was getting quieter. They took so long to give us the bill for example they could have gotten us off the table much quicker and freed it up for waiting customers. I would like to return here for one of the evening events however and try some of the other dishes. Worth trying but don't expect great service!

Andersons Foodhall & Café

Restaurant-Spy
Dublin
31 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th September 2015 (visited 12 September 2015 )

We've been here a few times and its a nice atmosphere. Staff are always very nice and attentive. This time we had a window seat and ordered our favourite Proscecco, after a long week at work. Tapas and food is always excellent. keep up the good work.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

RestaurantFan99
Dublin
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th July 2014 (visited 6 July 2014 )

Ate here with a friend on Saturday afternoon. We were lucky to get a table outside in the sun and delighted to hear we were just in time for tapas (they start serving tapas at 5.00). We ordered a selection to share and everything was just delicious - prawns, Spanish tortilla, pork with chorizo, duck pate & beetroot, smoked salmon & cream cheese, manchego cheese & fig jam. We enjoyed these with a bottle of chilled rosé - delicious! Some of the main courses (quiche etc) looked to be on the expensive side but the tapas were good value. This would be a regular spot for me if I lived closer. I can't wait to go back!!

Andersons Foodhall & Café

Kiwi D
Dublin
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 30th April 2014 (visited 6 April 2014 )

Popped in for a coffee, ordered an Vanilla latte which I'm not usually partial to and it was amazing, I'll be trying them everywhere from now on. Also picked up some lovely chocolates from their good selection. It looked really good, would like to return for a meal.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

kirsty223
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th April 2014 (visited 17 March 2014 )

Went here at the last minute on St. Patricks day with my mother, it was busy but after a few minutes they got us a table. I had the pasta of the day and my mother had quiche. The pasta had salmon and a tomato sauce which I thought would be nice but exceeded my expectations. Both dishes were very generous and we struggled to finish despite it being delicious. The wine selection and staff were both excellent too. The service was especially good considering they were probably worn out for the day that was in it. I've been here several times and my only fault with the place is that I wish there was more table room, even though they have larger tables a big group is not that feasible. Otherwise would always recommend.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

lindaloo
Dublin
19 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:45%

Reviewed 06th April 2014 (visited 6 April 2014 )

Had lunch here today and will defo be back. I'd a chicken ciabatta, another had a chicken wrap and another had a quiche. Everyone was very happy with their food, the waitresses are really lovely and always smiling even though it seems to be non stop for them. The only negative would be the proximity of the table beside you but the food was so good it wouldn't stop me going again. Worth the money, would recommend.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

sarge
Dublin
35 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th October 2013 (visited 17 October 2013 )

Met up with a friend and went to Anderson's, no complaints we were given a window seat, and the waiter was very professional with a great knowledge of the menu. Great atmosphere and location, and we were pleasantly surprised with the bill, when it arrived, Anderson's is a little gem hidden away, but now that I found it the secrets out. We'll worth a visit.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

einstein

74 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th January 2013 (visited 18 January 2013 )

Two of us tried here again and were disappointed with the food. Had Brushetta and Pate to start, Brushetta was good , Pate was two slabs with a bit of lettuce , no attempt at presentation and quite unappealing. Shared the Med. Platter and again totally lacking in taste and the olives were dry, parma ham thick slices and rubbery, cheese had no taste even though there were a few different cheeses. This was a nice place and the meat and cheese platters were very good but now its just not good maybe they have become complacent. Anyway, I wont be back until they get their act back together.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

weewoo
Dublin
11 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd January 2013 (visited 3 November 2012 )

There is only one word that can describe this restaurant and it is "Special". I've been a number of times and never dissapointed. The last time we went on a Saturday afternoon and the place was packed. We waited about 20 minutes for a table for three but it was worth the wait. My sister had a bacon and chicken salad, the bowl was piled high with meat and it was beautifully presented. My other sister had the steak sambo which came with little baby potatoes that had been roasted and an aioli dip. I had the legendary chicken pie which was topped with mash and melted cheese, it was served with a little side salad and bread. We were all stuffed after finishing our meal and got delicious coffees to go. Staff really friendly and couldnt fault the food. I've already made plans to go back!

Andersons Foodhall & Café

einstein

74 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th November 2012 (visited 8 November 2012 )

Two of us went last night, it was busy so had to wait a while, good sign? I had the French and Irish Platter and partner had the small Med. Platter , both looked fine but lacked any real taste, kind of bland. Tapas menu looks good so maybe we will try that next time. Must be time to change the main menu, been the same pasta dishs for a few years.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

miss.alocin
Meath
36 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th April 2012 (visited 2 April 2012 )

had an unexpected lunch here today, i am a regular to the creperie but not so regular here.....had a toasted ciabatta with brie, sweet onion relish, rocket and olives.when my order arrived it hadnt been toasted at all the brie wasnt melted and was cold, the waitress brought it back to the kitchen with a small bit of attitude and a sulky expression however the manager/supervisor (i think) came over and apologised , when it was returned it was yummy. I will definitely be back as i love their jazz and music nights they also stock lovely fancy chutneys and chocolates etc

Andersons Foodhall & Café

love to eat out
Dublin
27 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:40%

Reviewed 24th January 2012 (visited 20 January 2012 )

Myself and my husband ate here on Friday evening, we didn't know what to expect. The setting is lovely, very intimate. The food was excellent we both tried something different, he had the goats cheese tarlett and I had the sea food bruchette they were both gorgeous. My husband had the meatballs and I had the steak sandwich, the food was really lovely and the staff were excellent. The wine was fab. All in all a very pleasant evening and will definately return as it's so near home and there is nothing local around like it.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

2dsrabl
Dublin
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th December 2011 (visited 24 December 2011 )

My husband and I are regulars of Andersons as it's in the neighbourhood and have never been disappointed. The quality of the food is incredible and the portions are huge. My husband is typical Irish and always orders the soup and has never been disappointed. It is quite expensive but I find that the quality of food is what you pay for. It really is the only cafe type establishment in the area as well. We have only gone for lunch or breakfast so I cannot comment on dinner. One downside is it's quite close quareters especially during its busy lunch hour. People not wanting currants in their bread should just go to a pub carvery instead. Its delicious.

Andersons Foodhall & Café

pmcgowan
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th October 2011 (visited 1 October 2011 )

My partner and I decided to dine here for dinner last Saturday night. I've heard it’s a hot spot for lunch so I was interested to see what they had to offer in terms of a dinner menu. Upon arrival we were seated at a table by the window. The place was quite busy but managed to maintain a relaxed atmosphere. We were immediately tempted by the wide selection of wines stocked on the wooden shelves along the wall of the café and ordered a bottle of Mad Fish Shiraz to share. To start I ordered the Mediterranean platter, which was well presented with a range of charcuterie, cheese and grilled veg from the deli counter. I particularly enjoyed the grilled veg, including sundried tomatoes, olives and grilled peppers. For main I ordered 3 dishes from their Satuday Tapas menu, sizzling prawns, Spanish omelette and patatas bravas with spicy slasa, all of which were very reasonably priced. I particularly enjoyed the choriza and potato chunks in the omelette. The prawns were also delicious. My partner ordered from the early bird menu which is available until 7pm. It's quite reasonably priced considering the generous portion sizes. Tasty duck pate to start and Chicken and Brie omelette as a main. The omelette was particularly impressive and served with two different side salads and bread. We both shared her dessert of hot apple pie and Ice cream followed by two coffees. All in all a great night. Delicious fresh food, good service and value for money. Will be back again to try their lunch menu

Andersons Foodhall & Café

kiers kiers
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th September 2011 (visited 26 September 2011 )

On the way home from a mornings shopping we were trying to decide where we’d go for a tasty bite to eat and thought we’d try Andersons An engaging enough “French country kitchen” style atmosphere greeted us immediately inside the door as we were shown to our table by a friendly staff member. The table, like a number of others, was unfortunately situated behind a partition wall which separates the front of the shop from the back, and takes considerably from the general milieu. I ordered the soup of the day, which we were told was a Cauliflower and Broccoli broth and my wife, being assured as to its generous portions went for a chicken Panini. The “generous portions” is important here for two reasons. Firstly at 9.65 euro it would rank at the higher end on a selection of coffee shop/ restaurant price lists. And secondly we were going to share. We also said we’d like coffee, a cappuccino and a black coffee was the order. Of course the coffee and my soup arrived together. It’s irritating when the coffee arrives early. Trying to keep it warm enough to drink with or after the mains proves difficult. Unless you drink it and order again later. Which the sceptic in me suggests is the reason why it arrives early in the first place. The soup was quite nice, though nothing special. The “bread selection” served with it was two small slices, a bit stale. The chicken Panini arrived shortly after and was, as the menu suggested, dressed with pesto, sun dried tomato and an Italian cheese, served with a salad. However it proved to be quite a disappointment. Too much pesto, one sun dried tomato stuck in the middle and a very light sprinkling of chicken served in an under heated bread was neither a “generous portion” nor was it a very good ordinary portion. Oh yeah, the coffee was by now well gone so a glass of water was required to wash that “lot” down. The bill came to 19.65 euro and we left kicking ourselves that we hadn’t chosen elsewhere.

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