The Crystal Bar @ The Beacon Hotel restaurant
Beacon Court, SandyfordDublin 18
For bookings, contact Ciaran Miley on firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on 01 643 7057.
|Mon||8:00am - 11:30pm|
|Tue||8:00am - 11:30pm|
|Wed||8:00am - 11:30pm|
|Thu||8:00am - 11:30pm|
|Fri||8:00am - 12:30am|
|Sat||8:00am - 12:30am|
|Sun||8:00am - 11:30pm|
BBQ, Breakfast, Cocktails, Pub Grub, Sunday Lunch, Tapas, Thai
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Reviewed 15th June 2014 (visited 5 June 2014 )
This is a really nice hotel restaurant and bar. It seems to have a very 'chilled' atmosphere and the service was great from the moment we walked in. The staff were accommodating and friendly, the food was divine. I will most definitely be back.
Reviewed 16th May 2014 (visited 15 May 2014 )
Got a menupages deal for 4 tapas and 2 cocktails and it was great! The cocktails were delish and the food amazing! For the deal it was great, €27 for the lot. I'm not sure I'd pay full price for everything though, cocktails are pretty pricey! But would recommend, nice place!
Reviewed 24th October 2011 (visited 24 October 2011 )
Visited the Beacon this afternoon with a group of 12 from work. The Bento boxes are delicious, I had a combination of the duck spring roll, stir-fried beef with garlic & fried rice. I would prefer if the dessert included was something chocolate instead of chopped fruit but you can't have everything! Service was efficient (ideal when you're on your lunch break) and staff were accomodating in terms of letting people pay separately.
Reviewed 11th March 2011 (visited 12 February 2011 )
Lovely 'bar food' though I would consider it more restaurant quality than bar food. I had a delicious chicken noodle dish and then a couple of cocktails. A very nice evening out. Staff were very good. The only downside, for me, was that we left earlier than planned due to the loud music that came on later in the evening. Not at all what I wanted as part of my night out, couldn't really chat with friends from then on.
Reviewed 21st June 2010 (visited 13 June 2010 )
food ere was fab,went on a girls night and we had a great night,was only €48 each with loads of wine.real recession night out.ill be back for sure
Reviewed 08th February 2010 (visited 6 February 2010 )
Ate here when I stayed in the hotel with my boyfriend. The food was delicious, I had the thai beef salad to start and another beef dish as my main. It was beautiful and full of flavour and ready very quickly. The wine was gorgeous and went very well with our dishes. The service seemed slow and forgetful at the beginning, completely forgetting that we were waiting in the bar for half an hour to be seated, but other than that, we loved the restaurant!
Reviewed 31st July 2009 (visited 29 July 2009 )
lovely food, good service, can recommend the pad thai! have eaten in the restaurant and this was my first visit to the bar for food. menu is short enough but was nice for an informal evening, would definitely return.
Reviewed 30th July 2009 (visited 10 October 2008 )
The food here is actually quite good for bar food but sadly its overpriced as with many things in Dublin, i would reccommend gettign a cocktail though, great to wash down the complimentary nuts you get as well
Reviewed 27th April 2009 (visited 10 March 2009 )
Used to go here all the time for lunch,smoked salmon was my fave dish.Since they changed the menu though i haven't been again.The new menu is more more restricted, and not half as nice as before! Gutted! Bring back the old menu!!!
Reviewed 09th April 2009 (visited 6 April 2009 )
very nice place, lovely atmosphere, lovely food and great service. slightly overpriced, but perfect for business lunch or dinner with friends.
Reviewed 31st March 2009 (visited 31 March 2009 )
I used to go here everyday - before the recession - and I love the food and the people and the place itself. Thai green curry is the one you have to try, and the Nazi Goreng, and if you see a little of something you fancy but would rather another way the chef will always try to accommodate you by making something special. The service can be really slow at times, but thats my only complaint. the deserts are also to die for. And you can follow it all up with amazing cocktails or delicious wine in the bar, or the heatd smoking area with beds and chandeliers!
Reviewed 18th December 2008 (visited 18 December 2008 )
I love the food here but i would have to agree that it is slightly over priced especially the sandwich selection. The service is a bit slow too, but worth the wait. The orange capricosa (spelt wrong) and mojito cocktails are world class. Duck spring rolls are a must at least once! Good spot for a Friday night after work drinkie-poo's!
Reviewed 03rd December 2008 (visited 3 December 2008 )
I visit here regularly as I live close by. Best cocktails in Dublin! Seriously, they have a great cocktail menu. The food although good, is a bit overpriced. Staff are lovely and friendly.
Reviewed 30th October 2007 (visited 27 October 2007 )
A bit upmarket to be called Pub Grub but delicious just the same. Had brunch there and can recommend it. I had smoked salmon and horseradish creme crepes and they were wonderful. The portion was larger than expected too. I believe there's entertainment at lunchtime at the weekends too. Very nice.