Dockyard No. 8 restaurant
Bray Harbour, Bray, Bray
Dockyard No. 8 reviewsSubmit a review
Reviewed 28th September 2015 (visited 11 September 2015 )
Accidentally came across this restaurant and very glad that I did. This was probably the best breakfast that I have ever had. I got the full Irish and my partner got the Salmon, both wonderful. Can not recommend highly enough
Reviewed 24th July 2015 (visited 7 July 2015 )
Good lunch places are very poor in Bray. I mean: there is a lot of choice to go but the food isn't that great. So we are trying to go to places we haven't been, like Dockyard No. 8. First impression was: Pretty expensive 8 euro for a sandwich. I took the open honey roast ham ciabatta: WAUW! That was amazing. It was lots and delicious. Nice warm pulled ham not too much dressing, just perfect. Served with some salad and coleslaw. This was definitly the best sandwich I had in Bray. I couldn't finish it, but I didn't have to ask to take it home. The waitress offered me to wrap it to take away. I am coming back again and taste one of the other sandwiches. The only thing I can critisize is: the service was a bit slow. But any I recommend this to everybody. Even for kids!
Reviewed 25th June 2015 (visited 24 June 2015 )
Great spot for some food, whether it's brekkie or lunch. Really good value, lovely relaxed atmosphere, friendly staff and great service. Food is delicious, coffee is really good too. Couldn't fault anything. Will definitely be back!
Reviewed 14th June 2015 (visited 15 May 2015 )
Always a great dining experience...
Reviewed 19th February 2015 (visited 30 January 2015 )
I've been to the Dockyard for breakfast and lunch, and their salads are great! Friendly staff and a nice atmosphere. My only comment would be perhaps offering more gluten free options for breakfast (or indicating options that could be made gluten free on the menu), as I didn't have a lot of choice. My breakfast wasn't very substantial without toast and black pudding. My lunch salad was very tasty and I'll definitely be back again!
Reviewed 14th September 2014 (visited 5 September 2014 )
Friendly service and great decor. Now open in the evening for wine and light bites. Only drawback is the limited indoor seating. It will be cosy in the winter.
Reviewed 22nd July 2014 (visited 13 July 2014 )
This is a great addition to the Bray area. Their breakfast has got to be the best value around! Lovely home-made beans, 2 rashers, 2 sausages, big mushroom, white pud, black pud and toast - will set up for the day. Lovely staff too - Aaron, Alex and co are very welcoming. Long may it continue to thrive.