Howards Way (Churchtown) restaurant
11 Braemor Road, South Dublin, ChurchtownDublin 14
We are passionate about customer service and quality food at affordable prices.
We open both restaurants 7 days a week for Breakfast & Lunch. Evening Dining at Howards Way Churchtown, 7 days a week with Early Bird All Evening Every Evening.
|Mon||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Tue||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Wed||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Thu||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Fri||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Sat||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
|Sun||12:00pm - 9:00pm|
Cafe, Cheap Eats, European, Girls Night Out, Kid's Menu, Sunday Lunch, Vegetarian, Wine Bar
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Reviewed 31st March 2017 (visited 31 March 2017 )
Really did not enjoy the food here, ignorant staff too. They didn't once ask if our food was OK even when a full portion of food was cleared off our table at the end of the meal. I won't be returning any time soon.
Reviewed 03rd May 2016 (visited 3 May 2016 )
I had breakfast here this morning with my sister in law.I must say i was pleasantly surprised.It is such a bright ,spacious ,airy restaurant.There was a large cliental dining at 10am,which in my mind is good for a tuesday morning.We both opted for the vegatarian breakfast which was very tasty.It contained two fried eggs,two hash browns,tomatoes,a large bowl of beans, plenty of toast and as much tea or coffee as we wanted.The service was excellent.The staff were friendly.And we also felt it was great value considering unlike most restaurants they dont charge for extra tea or coffee.we will be back.
Reviewed 20th April 2016 (visited 17 April 2016 )
Went for a late breakfast on Sunday. Seated quickly as not overly busy but the music was overpowering. Order the full irish breakfast - used to go here for breakfast all the time but had been say in last 12 months - was so disappointed. Everything tasted like it was deep fat fried. The sausages were saturated in grease and even their white pudding, which was a huge favourite of mine, was so greasy it was not edible. Seems everything was cooked too quick in a deep fat fryer. Pity your lovely breakfasts have lost their nice grilled taste...
Reviewed 20th April 2015 (visited 19 April 2015 )
I often go to Howards Way for their breakfast but before the weekend, I had never tried it for dinner. I'm so glad I did - I had a really lovely meal with my family on Sunday for my sister's birthday. The food was amazing and the value we got with the early evening menu was unbelieveable. Staff were great - our waiter noticed that it was a special occasion and arranged a special dessert for the birthday girl without us even mentioning it. Looking forward to returning so that I can try more of the delicious options on the menu.
Reviewed 16th March 2015 (visited 14 March 2015 )
Visited on Saturday for brunch at 1030hrs. Restaurant was very busy and tables are close together. We felt under some pressure to eat up and go, so this was not a relaxing experience. Some odd menu issues. The Healthy Option - porridge with muesli - was not available, even though it was on the menu. With the exception of Eggs Benedict Meal - poached eggs could not be selected with any of the Brunch menu options! And given the profusion of interesting coffee options in most restaurants, Brunch meals came with filter coffee only. So - noisy, cramped and hurried meal, with needlessly limited menu options. I doubt we will be brunching again at this location.
Reviewed 02nd March 2015 (visited 28 February 2015 )
I enjoyed another lovely brunch here on Saturday. As usual, the queue was out the door but it moved very quickly and we were seated in no time. The food was really good and very reasonable. For three breakfasts with toast, tea and a large side of chips, the bill was still under €30. I have no doubt I will be back soon :)
Reviewed 23rd February 2015 (visited 31 January 2015 )
Nice, will come back
Reviewed 23rd February 2015 (visited 7 February 2015 )
Howards Way is my go-to place for breakfast/brunch. Recently I visited on a Saturday at lunchtime, which is possibly their busiest time. The queue was out the door when we arrived and I was so impressed how quickly we were seated and despite the place being jammed, the service was absolutely flawless. Top marks for food also. This restaurant is without a doubt one of the nicest in Churchtown.
Reviewed 05th August 2014 (visited 4 August 2014 )
Me and my boyfriend decided to go for food here as we had heard good things about it. We were seated and our order was taken, i am not a fan of sauce on anything so I always request it on the side of my toasted sandwich, which I did. when our food arrived it was presented lovely and was quite quick. After a few bites I realised that the ingredients on my sandwich were slightly different to what I had read on the menu, but the sauce was on the side as requested, i asked the waiter about the missing ingredients, unsure as to whether it was my mistake ot his. he stated that it was a different sandwich to what I had ordered, he offered to replace it but I decided I did not want to have to wait while my partner was eating and then vice versa. when we requested the bill there was no apology and they charged me full price for the sandwich, i was dissapointed at this as i felt that I could have asked for a replacement and put them out but I decided not to, I think this would effect me returning as for the sake of 9e they did not uphold a satisfactory level of customer service and acknowledge their mistake.
Reviewed 13th December 2013 (visited 16 November 2013 )
Love this place for breakfast. Eggs Benedict is really tasty here. I particularly like sitting in the outside area. Great place to met friends on a Saturday morning for a catch up :-)
Reviewed 23rd August 2013 (visited 8 June 2013 )
This is a really busy breakfast restaurant, but instead I went here for dinner. The night I was there it was fairly quiet. I opted for a green Thai chicken curry, it was very nice, a substantially big dish. Prices are fair and a glass of wine was around €5.50 - €6.00.
Reviewed 07th August 2013 (visited 5 August 2013 )
Love this place. Food consistently good. Had brunch here and really enjoyed the eggs benedict which are a new addition to the menu. Very friendly staff.
Reviewed 31st July 2013 (visited 29 July 2013 )
I chose Howards Way to meet a friend for a catch up so it was ideal for that. We ate outside and it's a nice touch they have blankets on the chairs in case it gets nippy. The staff were attentive and the food was nice but it's a bit pricey for suburbia. The food arrived out quickly, was made fresh and was well presented. It might be nice if they validated parking for customers though.
Reviewed 07th February 2013 (visited 6 February 2013 )
I had lunch here yesterday with 2 older ladies. One of the group was late arriving but that was no problem. We had ordered before she arrived and I feared we might be finished before she got her lunch but not at all. Her order was taken immediately and we all had our lunch at the same time.It was lovely and good value. The place was full which is not surprising. The best cappuccino I ever had was served to me yesterday.It was top class. The only fault is that it is a little cramped but that doesn't matter to most people. There are tables set up outside in a heated area and the patrons can use cosy blankets which are supplied on all the chairs. What a lovely idea. I will be back the next time I am in the area.
Reviewed 26th July 2012 (visited 13 June 2012 )
Small local restaurant of which I wasn't expecting much but had a really nice meal. food was terrific, huge portions of very tasty food, particularly the chicken wings! We were there with 2 small children and the staff coudln't have been more helpful and friendly. Not especially cheap but excellent value for money.