Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

Robinstown, Navan, Trim

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12 reviews
3 stars - based on 12 reviews

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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
140 people

CUISINES
European

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Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

lollys
Westmeath
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st December 2012 (visited 24 November 2012 )

My husband and i have been to Dunderry restaurant a good few times and always look forward to going back. Its so lovely and homely there, the staff are so helpfull and friendy, There is a lovely open fire which is always lite and gives you that homely feeling which we both love, Ther is great big armchairs to sit on in front of the fire and you can have a drink while waiting for your table. I love the menu there is a great choice of different food to choose from and what is even better is the great prices, We both cant wait untill our next visit there.:)

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

Jill123
Meath
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 20th December 2012 (visited 15 December 2012 )

While in the area myself and my wife went for a meal in this charming restaurant, On arriving we were seated by the fire where we had a nice relaxing drink, Our meal was excellent with a great choice on the menu and very good value for money, We would definitely recommend this restaurant and we will be back soon.

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

Hungry Jim
Meath
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd October 2012 (visited 21 October 2012 )

Absolutely superb food, service, surroundings, atmosphere & value for money. You will not be disappointed with this hidden Gem. The ambiance created by the big open fire, soft music and a hearty welcome is brilliant........I was chatting to an American couple who were there for the second time in as many days, so impressed were they by their first visit!!!......That says it all. :-)

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

biggrub
Dublin
14 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st July 2010 (visited 20 June 2010 )

I love this place! Has become my regular place I bring people! Great early bird menu. Food was lovely. Drinks a bit pricy, but I'm not an expert!

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

amateur critic
Meath
13 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th May 2010 (visited 23 April 2010 )

this was the first time i had been here in a long time and i was diappointed to see how run down it had become on the outside. i went for the early bird option which was good value but the portion sizes were quite small. the service was friendly from some but cold from others. this restaurant has become very hit and miss

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

rube
Meath
7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st November 2009 (visited 31 October 2009 )

4 of us ate here last night, and it was a really lovely relaxing dining experience with excellent food, good service and a brilliant set menu for 25 euro which included a 10oz fillet steak. Will be recommending to friends.

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

m69
Meath
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 27th September 2009 (visited 20 June 2009 )

I used to come to Dunderry Lodge all the time but was very disappointed to see how badly run down it had become. The service was truely appalling. we were given freshly made bread on arrival but when we asked for butter it was quite literally thrown at us. Our meal was okay but nowhere near the quality it has previously been. i hope that it regains its former glory sooner rather than later.

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

Ian007
Meath
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th March 2009 (visited 26 March 2009 )

I hadnt been to Dunderry lodge in quite some time and i decided to google it to see how things were in these recessionary times and was very dissapointed in what i read on this site. I decided to go and pay it a visit for myself to make up my own mind as i had always found it a very enjoyable restaurant.Myself and my husband arrived to a packed carpark but i must say it did seem a little run down.Walking into the front entrance we were greeted by a friendly smile and a packed lounge area that was full of atmosphere.We hadnt booked and now realised this was a mistake but the lady at the desk didnt think this would be a problem as long as we were willing to have a drink in the lounge and wait 15 mins.Perfect we thought as we were out to enjoy an evening.We had two drinks in the lounge and were then brought to our table.We enjoyed garlic prawns and duck and leek spring roll for starters followed by panfried Seabass for myself and Guinea Fowl for my husband which was absolutely stunning and at great value. Would recommend it to any of my friends and will definetely be going back.

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

miss piggy
Meath
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st January 2009 (visited 17 January 2009 )

what can i say??? this place used to be THE place to go around navan and now i can only tell people to steer well clear. Dunderry lodge relies on reputation as it would get no passing trade due to its location.and that reputation has gone down big time. I really cannot believe how bad it has gotten. not just the food but also the building has got so shabby. when we visited we commented on how few cars were in the car park.the place was empty. (people steering clear already perhaps) after having a drink we were seated and the(empty) resturant was freezing. the heat was on apparently the menu selection was poor. the food was totally tasteless . soup was appalling. garlic mushrooms served covered in a sauce making them soggy. main course again bland and all garnished with weeks supply of chopped chives. awful. dessert was desperate. one of my fellow diners thought the sticky toffee pudding tasted burnt. and was horrified to see christmas pudding still on the menu in the third week of january. am only rating service and thats because the place was so quiet so we were not kept waiting.a great big fat zero for every other catagory. however the website tells me i cant give a 1/2 star so scoring 1 for that reason alone. in summary.... stay away. a ham sandwich from a petrol station,eaten in your car would be better than going here.

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

Starved
Dublin
81 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th January 2009 (visited 26 October 2008 )

Once one of the nicest restaurants in the county what a difference a couple of years make. I was so disappointed with my recent visit to this restaurant. We were seated outside by the fire where we ordered our drinks & looked at the menu (this is the usual practice for the restaurant). Half an hour later after ordering our food from our fire side chairs I began to wonder would we be eating our dinners on our laps beside the fire so I asked to be seated again. 3/4 of an hour later I asked again about our table. Finally we were seated & our starters brought almost immediately. As I looked around there were only two other tables occupied. I wondered what the delay was in seating us! I was surprised it was so empty as it was the Oct bank holiday. The main course arrived BLAND BLAND BLAND dreadful food - cover it in gravy it would seem to try to give the food taste. Absolutely shocking that they serve up such dreadful food! And then there was the desert - Pavalova my favourite - how could you go wrong? Believe me you can in this restaurant. I really had to say something & ended up speaking to the manager. Frankly the offer of another pavalova just didn't work for me, as it was going to taste the exact same as apparently it was a particular receipe that the chef uses! I couldn't get out of this restaurant quick enough - I was starving anyway! Zero for atmosphere, food, service, value.

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

Moiragray
Dublin
15 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:32%

Reviewed 20th March 2008 (visited 16 March 2008 )

Took my mam to the lodge for an early dinner on Sunday, although it was not busy at all there was a nice atmosphere while we sat in front of a lovely open fire while we had a pre-dinner drink and placed our wine and food order. I was very disappointed to be handed two menus, neither of which were complete. When I received yet another two the waitress could not find one that had a full menu and wine list in it. A set menu is offered with dessert yet there is no indication of what desserts may be on offer. The set menu contains lots of lovely dishes yet they are not available on the a la carte menu? I have to say the the meal was lovely, I had the pate which is clearly home made, very pleasant and light. For mains we had the fillet beef and the beef wellington. Both were quite substantial and cooked to the correct temprature. Veg served with them were not overcooked, just right. No room for dessert :( Overall a good experience but definitely need to sort the menu issue as it's good food that is not being advertised correctly!

Dunderry Lodge Restaurant

adelcrowsrb

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd January 2008 (visited 7 December 2007 )

This restaurant has gone way down hill in recent years - it used to be one of my favourites both for atmosphere and quality of the food. If you're vegeterian don't expect many options on the menu!

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