Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Blessington lakes, Blessington

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Cuisine:
European

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18 reviews
4 stars - based on 18 reviews
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The Lime Tree Restaurant is a sumptuous blend of tastes and flavours where world cuisine meets the best of Irish. As far as we can, all ingredients are sourced locally from Irish farmers and suppliers. Our wine list is second to none with wines selected from large and small vineyards around the world.

The Lime Tree Restaurant is open each evening advance booking is strongly recommended. The restaurant is also available for private lunch parties.

The Restaurant will be offering a new day menu from 12pm to 5pm with a new table d’hote dinner menu from 6pm. Watch this space for further details or contact our team for further details.

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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
50 people

CUISINES
European, Irish

FACILITIES

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

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Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

wheretoeat

8 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th March 2015 (visited 7 March 2015 )

We attended a wedding. The food was fantastic, pecan pie was amazing. Good service and friendly staff.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Aisling1990
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st October 2014 (visited 7 October 2014 )

Beautiful hotel with scenic surroundings.. The staff in the lime tree restaurant were very friendly and the service was excellent..

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

dublindining
Dublin
81 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th October 2013 (visited 6 September 2013 )

The Hotel and vista is really lovely but the food and the service leave a lot to be desired and a return visit will be placed on a very long finger indeed..........perhaps some training is needed

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

McTavish
Dublin
58 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd July 2013 (visited 20 July 2013 )

We ate here with a B/B and dinner package. For starters partner had Marinated black Tiger prawns with Egg Noodles served with a coconut curry sauce, he loved this and every last morsel was gone from his plate. I had Homemade duck spring Rolls with salad and Hoi Sin Sauce, these were just delicious. Irish Hereford Sirloin Steak was partners main course (6 euro supplement) medium done with vegetables, he was licking his lips as it was just brimming with flavour. I had the Vegetarian Stir Fry again with Hoi Sin Sauce, this was a very generous portion and nice, but I would not have it again. Desserts consisted of selection of Wicklow Cheese and Biscuits for himself and Warm Pecan Pie for me, the Pecan Pie was really the only let down of the meal as for me it just had too many nuts, others may like that but I found it a bit over the top. The staff are extremely friendly and helpful. We choose a bottle of White Chilean wine which was fine. I would return here and would recommend it to others.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

JaneyD
Cork
16 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th September 2011 (visited 4 September 2011 )

We were staying in the hotel and the bar was packed so we decided to eat in the restaurant. It seemed like we were inconveniencing the girl at the front desk when we asked for a table. Most of the room was set up for breakfast, all she had to do was move a few cups. The table was very wobbly and the waitress did not offer to move us. We asked and were moved. The food wasn't great. The steak was overcooked and the cheese that was supposed to be in the chicken seemed non-existent. Dessert wasn't much better. The profiteroles seemed like they had been frozen. The cheesecake had a weird cake layer and a strange texture. Service was awful. We had to ask for the bill 3 times while the waiter walked aimlessly around the place. It was ridiculously expensive for what we had.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Clairey36
Dublin
10 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th January 2011 (visited 8 January 2011 )

Myself and my boyfriend were staying in the Tulfarris Golf Resort and the dinner was included in the package we got. I have to say in both our opinions, this was the nicest meal we have had out in a very long time, we have not stopped talking about the food since we came home!! I got melon to start and himself the Seafood Chowder and both were delicious, we then both got the Indian Style Chicken Curry and OMG this was just scrumptious! We were too full to have a dessert which was also included so the waiter told us that when we were ready to have it, to ask at the bar and they would send it down!! The only negativity I would say was the service was a bit too rushed but all in all! excellent and we will be definitely back again with friends!

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

judytsoi
Dublin
53 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th October 2010 (visited 26 September 2010 )

Myself and my partner ate here early on a Sunday evening, and found the food disappointed. We both had melon to start, and this was a nice refreshing dish, but the main course of stir fried beef left a lot to be desired. The veg was far from crunchy, and the beef looked like it was leftover from a Sunday roast that was probably served earlier that day. It was very grisly too. Dessert of carrot cake was nice though... Nothing spectacular, but enjoyable. I had heard good things about the food in this restaurant, but it did not live up to its reputation unfortunately.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

menue
Dublin
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 19th September 2010 (visited 11 September 2010 )

I have eaten here a few times not good this time southern fried chicken not cooked as I would have expected and very bland.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Mowgli
Wicklow
12 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 30th July 2010 (visited 10 July 2010 )

We found a new menu sitting on or doormat not so long ago and there was some great new menu offers. Decided to try it as hadnt before. Food was great,steak was cooked perfectly and was so juicy. Desserts weren't bad but i think we were just full. Good price,great food,superb location

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Lettuce04507
Dublin
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd May 2010 (visited 26 April 2010 )

This restaurant is really fantastic! Amazing view of the gold course and Blessington Lakes. The steak is perfectly cooked, the desserts could be improved! The staff are freindly! The breakfast is also great,plenty to chose from. The hotel is very nice indeed!

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

D6smurf
Wicklow
18 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:42%

Reviewed 28th February 2010 (visited 27 February 2010 )

We went here as part of a package deal. The room was big and echoey, making it feel like we were having a conversation in a swimming pool. The service was fine but they seemed very understaffed with four waiters and three managers who went around talking to the diners. Odd. The food wasn't great. We had the house salad which was fine if basic and a chicken terrine/paté combination. The paté was nice but the terrine was plastic, tasteless and had been dyed into a tricolour! For mains we had spinach and ricotta tortellini in a mushroom sauce which was stodgy and salty and salmon on a bed of egg noodles and vegetables. The salmon was overcooked and salty. The veg were from a frozen mixed bag of stir fry and the whole lot was doused in a chilli sauce from blenders. We looked at the dessert menu but it was all bought in stuff so we beat a hasty retreat!

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

Lab7782
Dublin
41 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 24th February 2010 (visited 20 February 2010 )

A group of us ate in Lime Tree Restaurant and had a lovely meal. The staff were very friendly and efficient without being intrusive. The food was very good but i would have appreciated a bit more bread with my pate! All steaks ordered were cooked perfectly and the chicken with mushroom rissoto was yummy! The location is beautiful as well.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

aingealban
Wicklow
49 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 17th February 2010 (visited 12 February 2010 )

Had a lovely meal here at the Lime Tree Restaurant at Tulfarris House Hotel. We hda a drink at the bar beforehand and had to wait quite a while to be served. The restaureant was really busy but we were seated quickly and our order swiftly taken. I had the pate to start, delicious and my partner had the soup - was very impressed. I had the steak as my main, done to perfection with tasty mashed potatoes and veggies. My partner had the chicken and was very satisfied. I chose the cheesecake for dessert - was just OK, didn't finish it but maybe I was too full. Staff were efficient, friendly and attentive, a credit to the hotel. Food was delicious. Would definately recommend it with a walk around the lovely grounds afterwards.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

lemrac
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th December 2009 (visited 27 November 2009 )

Visited here recently. Somewhat off the beaten track, but worth the search . The food was first class and the service was also brilliant. The meal plus overnight b/b cost was really amazing. Check it out soon, it cant last.

Lime Tree Restaurant @ Tulfarris Hotel & Golf Resort

T.J.
Dublin
15 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th December 2009 (visited 28 November 2009 )

I stayed up in Tulfarris, played golf and got a nice enough meal for an amzing price. The golf course wasn't fully open as it was flooded but I'd imagine in drier weather it would have been great. Fore the meal it there wasn't a huge choice as we booked an overnight stay including a meal so we had a set menu. There was however enough choice in mains and a few interesting things for starters. The Pate was lovely as was the goats cheese salad. I got chicken for the main event and it was cooked nicely. I also tried the steak and found it a little dry and overcooked but that was only a small thing when you consider the deals that are being done there at the moment. The bar was very lively for a hotel in the middle no where really and there was a great atmosphere in the hotel as a whole. I'd go again.

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