The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House restaurant

Newry Street, Carlingford

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Cuisine:
Irish

Price Range:

€€

12 reviews
4 stars - based on 12 reviews
We are a chef-owned family business and our passion is reflected in the cooking, which offers very good value, high quality food.

In our restaurant we serve local crab, scallops, mussels & lobster when available, hand picked cockles and samphire, all for good value prices and we don't skimp on the portions. But you can also get your traditional steak and we are open for Sunday lunch. All our fish and meat is 100% locally sourced and we are proud to offer you the best Carlingford produce.

OPENING HOURS

Monclosed
Tue6:00pm - 10:00pm
Wed6:00pm - 10:00pm
Thu6:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri6:00pm - 10:00pm
Sat6:00pm - 10:00pm
Sun6:00pm - 10:00pm

CAPACITY
50 people

CUISINES
Fine Dining, Irish, Seafood

FACILITIES

Allocated smoking area Full Bar, Beer, Wine, Spirits Parking available Accept major credit cards Veggie options available Will accept party bookings Seafood available

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House reviews

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The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

gianni7213
Dublin
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 30th April 2018 (visited 21 April 2018 )

I'm an Italian living in Dublin with a great passion for food. Myself and my partner visited this place recommended by a friend. This restaurant is on its way to Michelin star level. The chef (Real gent) has worked and trained with great chef in the Belfast area. The attention to detail on delivering the dishes is absolutely outstanding. If you're a foodie I strongly recommend a visit before it gets too busy and unaffordable. Thanks to all the stuff for the great Experience!! Keep the momentum going.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

fishing trip
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:67%

Reviewed 23rd February 2016 (visited 18 February 2016 )

be very careful if you have booked an overnight package that includes dinner, bed and breakfast. my wife and i booked here and the offer was dinner bed and breakfast for 130 euro. incliding wine our bill the next day should have been approximately 170 euro. to my amazement the bill was 232 euro. when i questioned this i was informed that we had eaten on the a la carte menu. i informed them that the only menu we were shown was the menu that we ordered from. i was then told that we should have looked at the menu at the very back of the menu booklet. i was absolutely disgusted by this attitude. my wife and i are away regularly and have never seen this before. however, i did pay the full balance owed and quite sarcasticly said that they should spend the extra 50 euro well. i am sure there would be a very different account from the owner by saying it was up to us to see the dine and stay menu. i do not believe this to be the case. they knew well we were there on the dine and stay deal, yet never informed us that it was different from the menu they gave us. lesson learned by my wife and i

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

Sunflower
Dublin
17 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd June 2014 (visited 21 June 2014 )

Lovely restaurant for a special occasion, it is little on the expensive side but the quality of the food is worth it.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

Katsai
Dublin
76 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 06th May 2014 (visited 4 May 2014 )

I have been there before and have been really in awe of the food; especially fresh herbs they use in the dishes- There's a garden at the back of the place and that's where the herbs and their vegs come from( whenever possible). This time, we were a very large party and were seated in a separate room. The food was less nice and found it too greasy/rich. It's a pity as fresh herbs really add so much flavor…For instance, the seafood tian was spoiled with too much mayonnaise and my vegs were swimming in oil whereas it was so flavoursome...Will go back but hopefully the food will be as nice as the 1st time I was there!

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

ras
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th February 2012 (visited 28 January 2012 )

Booked a hen party for 20 people for this restaurant. We were given our room which was a great idea as we felt we weren't interfering with any other diners. We had the set menu for €40 which had a great choice of three starters, main course and desserts. I found the waitress staff very friendly, helpful and over all very efficient. We were given free reign to decorate the room how we liked. The food was delicious and all the ladies at the dinner were very complimentary of my choice of restaurant. I don't have any faults and would happily return to the restaurant again and recommend it all my friends.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

SOJ
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th December 2011 (visited 4 December 2011 )

On Saturday night a group of us booked a meal on the recommendation of a friend who was local to the area (Who was actually with us as it happens). I can’t comment on the food as we never got that far due to the rude, unprofessional attitude we were met with on our arrival. Firstly the waitress complained to us about how slow the party before us were (first sign of what was to come) She then while taking our drinks orders could not tell us what drinks they carried and seemed very disinterested in finding out! As one of us was vegetarian she reluctantly enquired what the vegetarian option was and then proceeded to tell us that this should have been ordered at the time of reservation (strange in itself) but when we informed her that actually we did enquire about a vegetarian option when booking she was very rude about it and implied that we the customers were at fault as they had no record of this. I can honestly say I have never came across a more un-professional attitude in my life, we did eventually get a half hearted apology but at that stage we were all so infuriated we decided to leave, no apology was given to us and we were still charged for the drinks and ignored as we left. Apparently the restaurant had received a big party late which is the excuse given for their attitude but if they are unable to cope with a big booking and still treat other customers in a polite and mannerly fashion then possibly they should re-think the volume of bookings they take. I don’t like giving such a bad review but I have also never felt the need to leave a restaurant before so I think I am justified in this review. The food other customers were having looked lovely but unfortuately we never got to find out how nice it was!

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

Blythe
Dublin
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th October 2011 (visited 1 October 2011 )

The Bay Tree was charming and authentic,and had all the charm of a quaint Irish town without being twee. The service was a little slow but very friendly. We had the usual full Irish breakfast and a variation of same. Everything arrived hot and at the same time most importantly. The food was cooked well and the portions reasonable with top ups of toast and tea provided. There was also a small table of continental accoutrements but which we didn't indulge in but this probably explains the initial delay in service.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

Crusty
Dublin
20 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd July 2011 (visited 22 July 2011 )

The Bay Tree had been on my radar since a friend recommended it to me and I finally made it to this restaurant recently. For starters my partner and I both ordered the Samosa of Duck - shredded duck breast in filo pastry, served with sweet chili and salad. Wonderful, I wanted more. For mains, my partner ordered the Rump of Lamb (with red cabbage and rosemary sauce) and I ordered the Fillet of Hake (served with a sauce tartare and chunky fries). The lamb was exactly as ordered, medium. The hake was special and a lot of skill had gone into creating the "fries". For desert my partner tried the Assiette of Lemon while I chose the Chocolate Fondant. These deserts were visually stunning and the flavours, while luxurious, were subtle. I can't adequately describe the food but I can say that this chef is at the top of his game - he obviously loves to create good food and the results are impressive. Front of house is a little unsteady at times and the wine list needs improvement, but for a top quality and creative menu, look no further.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

Calafort
Dublin
48 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd October 2010 (visited 29 September 2010 )

We had come across the Bay Tree during a brief visit to Carlingford last May, but didn't get around to taking up their special mid-week offer until now. €60 per person for dinner, bed & breakfast. The food was really very good. I had the lamb shank, and it was perfect. Interesting sauce and vegatables. All four of us enjoyed all courses. Service was excellent - mind you only two tables were occupied! The restaurant is run by a very friendly chef - very keen and enthusiastic. Great to see. The rooms are very good, and the breakfast was spot on. Carlingford is a lovely town to visit. Nice harbour and hill walks, and lots of restaurants & pubs. We will be back.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

iandel
Dublin
30 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th January 2009 (visited 8 November 2008 )

Overall I though this was excellent food at a fair price. The confit of duck was especially good & I regretted not having the mussels starter which looked great. 3 courses with wine & beer was around 50 euros. Looking forward to coming again.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

GoodToGo
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd December 2008 (visited 22 December 2008 )

Lovely food for Sunday lunch - light, interesting, tasty, well-presented, modern Irish cuisine. Good choice on menu, pleasant atmosphere, friendly service, good value. We would definitely recommend the Bay Tree.

The Bay Tree @ Belvedere House

NoelF
Dublin
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th August 2008 (visited 8 August 2008 )

Stopped in Carlingford on the way home for something to eat. Walked through the town and came across The Bay Tree. The atmosphere and kerb appeal pulled us in. Menu was fresh and inviting. Our waitress was so welcoming. We had the soup (Leek & Potato) with homemade bread. Warm and tasty. Then upon recommendation we had the fish (Hake) & chips which was gorgeous! No batter so really light and the chips were yum, sauce was light. Everything was seasoned perfectly. then to finish off a fantastic meal with homemade apple crumble and homemade vanilla ice-cream. Fabulous, a true find.

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