These menus are for informational purposes. We don’t take bookings for the restaurant upstairs. Please call the restaurant directly to book a table.
Great dinner! Delicious My husband, myself and 2 young adult daughters had dinner here. Very crowded but we waited 15-20 minutes. Well worth it. We had seafood chowder appetizer and cheesy bread, both great! I had the salad with warm goat cheese and walnuts. It was delicious but with walnuts in the name I thought there should have been more. It was really good! My husband had fists day chips and my daughters had Shepard pie. Everyone loved there food! Service was fast but abrupt. It was crowded so I forgive it. Definitely recommend!
This bar is centrally located within the Temple Bar area of the city Public House. Live traditional music, fantastic atmosphere and great service. We selected this pub to visit on a whim, initially attracted to it because of the music we could hear. On entering we felt an atmosphere of enjoyment and excitement being generated from the customers as they joined in with thw the band.
Fun Place to Start We started our Irish Holiday at Quays and weren’t disappointed. Thursday night at 5 pm and the bar was packed. Mostly filled with tourists, a few young lads joined us from the financial district to have a pint or two after work. While a bit touristy, the music was good and bartenders very attentive. We’d highly recommend Quays over many of the other establishments in Temple Bar.