The Stonecutter restaurant

Main Street, Aughrim

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Cuisine:
Irish

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12 reviews
5 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
26 people

CUISINES
Irish

FACILITIES

Wheelchair Accessible Will cater for children Wine Only Accept major credit cards Coeliac options available Will accept party bookings Terraced dining area Take away service Delivery Service Seafood available

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The Stonecutter

NormaLee
Dublin
9 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th August 2013 (visited 12 August 2013 )

Stumbled on this place when cycling through Aughrim. A great place for lunch. Really good menu options. I choose the Aughrim Special - home cooked ham and chedder on really great brown bread with a tasty relish. Friendly service and nice place to lunch. Would highly recommend it.

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nivee
Wicklow
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th November 2009 (visited 27 November 2009 )

Had dinner in the Stonecutter on Friday night with 3 friends. I didn't have high expectations because I'd only ever driven past and thought it looked more like a cafe.....Was pleasantly surprised. The atmosphere was so warm and lovely. Lots of candles burning and a really warm, friendly feeling, very relaxed. The food was fantastic - We had the bruschetta and the ceasar salad to begin and all that could be heard was the sound of mmmmmms! We had a cabernet merlot which was very nice. And to follow, the steak, seabass, and portabella mushrooms. Again, all delicious. We were there for the early bird (18.95 for 2 courses) Will definitely be back! :)

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munchie356
Wicklow
21 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th October 2009 (visited 10 October 2009 )

first visit here with 4 friends celebrating a birthday. excellent value for money, the food was good, the filo pastry with goats cheese went down a treat, one of the others had the chicken wings which were excellent, starter portions were huge. for main had mushrooms, with organic vegetables excellent. hmmmm desserts - merguines that were huge and so chewy, the chocolate and hazelnut tart was excellent, pinot griogo was excellent and the coffee good. service was good, place was buzzing will definetly be back again.

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BoyWells

5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th September 2009 (visited 6 September 2009 )

Drove down from Dublin for a debut visit to Aughrim in the hope of finding a decent spot for Sunday lunch. Chanced upon the Stonecutter and was bowled over by the menu, service and ambiance. Ingredients are locally sourced and the quality shines through - the chicken wings with chilli, salt & lime were superb and the ultra-homemade burgers were generously-portioned, served with aoli, crisp golden fries and the freshest organic leaves. Wine list was appropriately varied. Saervice was unhurried, attentive and professional.People of Wicklow: beat a path to the door of the Stonecutter, you don't know how lucky you are.

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Julie_252
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 25th May 2009 (visited 23 May 2009 )

My boyfriend and I were staying in the Brook Lodge hotel for the night and had booked a table for two in Stonecutters for Saturday night. the food was lovely, we couldn't see anything on the startes we liked but the bread and hummus and pesto servied up was delishes and was perfect instead of a starter.. I had the thia curry and my boyfriend had the steak which was superb. The only gripe I had was about our table and would reccommend you ask for a specific table when booking. When we arrived the door was open and we were seated at a table which was very exposed to the door. When we asked for a different table we were told they were all reserved specifically. They did close the door but it was frequently opened by kids and the waitress serving people outside which was not anyone's fault. Because we weren't from the area we didn't know to reserve a specific table and hence my coat remained on for the whole meal so if you're reserving a table ask for one away form the door if you don't want a breezy dinner. Not sure what they could have done about it, but it did take away from the rest of the meal which was lovely.

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Aughrimeater2
Wicklow
19 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th July 2011 (visited 28 July 2011 )

New chefs and management, I eat alone, simple menu. Wine available from Paul next door. Nice spicy chickens wings, Cajun Salmon, couple of vegs and sweet potato chips, all well done. Prices certainly cheaper than before. Well Done, and Aughrim looks great again.

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aughrimeater
Wicklow
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th February 2009 (visited 7 February 2009 )

Hvae had anumber of meals here since new owners tookover. Thechanging menu in a small town meansrepeat vitis are always intersting. The have reduced the price of the breakfast and expanded the choice. Will be a regular visitor. Good luck.

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lou2
Wicklow
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th November 2008 (visited 6 November 2008 )

I have been to the stonecutter for breakfast, lunch and dinner and it has always been fantastic! They have a great breakfast menu available until 12 midday with complimentary fresh orange juice. The lunch menu is very varied and the home made burger with skinny fries was the best I've had in a long time. Dinner is an experience with a roaring fire and great atmosphere. It is fine dining at its best. I had chicken satay kebabs to start which were so tasty and duck for main course which was beautifully cooked and so tender. The staff are exceptionally friendly. If passing through Aughrim make sure to stop at the Stonecutter, you will be glad you did!

The Stonecutter

simonme
Wicklow
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th November 2008 (visited 1 November 2008 )

My wife and I went to the Stonecutter last bank holiday weekend, We were told to go by friends who said it was great!. Its small, but the atmosphere is special, There are great quirky paintings by a local artist called Eoin O Connor on the wall, and the lighting is well thought out added to all this is the roaring fire which make it a very cosy setting. I started with the Prawn Rissotto with shaved ,organic rocket and cherry tomatoes, it was simply perfect. I had Sirloin steak for my main course which was cooked to perfection, The portions were big which meant i had no room for desert, although my wife had a beautifull cheesecake. The service was friendly and promt, We will be going again, The sooner the better!!

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piratebinko
Dublin
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th October 2008 (visited 11 October 2008 )

my wife and i were playing golf down in woodenbridge, we decided to dine before driving home. a fellow member of our club recommended the stonecutter in aughrim, on arriving the staff where a bit confused were to put us, so i nominated a table(wasn't very hard). we took our seats and ordered our food, the service was adequate to say, i ordered the sea bass, my wife the caesar salad, had to wait a while for food, my sea bass was overcooked, as was plain to see, the caesar salad was just that(a salad). the rest of the meal was ok, for what we had the cost was more expensive than i thought. our taste buds were not tickled, all in all a very mediocre experience, sadly we wont be back, cafe esque in a restaurants clothing...

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Ms.molly
Wexford
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 10th October 2008 (visited 4 October 2008 )

Visited this place last weekend and was blown away by it, there was a fire crackling away in the corner and it was really cosy, the waitress informed us that the restaurant was under new ownership, its all the better for it if you ask me, we got a lovely loaf of warm bread and pesto when we sat down, for our mains i had the sea trout and my partner had the steak, both were very well cooked and had wonderful flavour, overall a lovely meal topped off with a gorgeous homemade dessert that we shared, really friendly service and reasonably priced.

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fw47

14 reviews

Newbie

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th October 2008 (visited 20 September 2008 )

This is a cafe style restaurant with upmarket restaurant prices. Food was just ok, service a bit slow, by quite expensive. Wouldent rush back.

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