Fallon and Byrne

  • Veg-options Veg-options
    ( 4 reviews )

11-17 Exchequer St, Dublin, Ireland, Dublin 2

Serves meat, vegan options available. Operates a market and a restaurant built into a foodhall. Regular menu is not-veg except for one vegan item. But offers a separate vegan menu with 1-week advanced booking required. Open Mon-Fri 8:00am-9:00pm, Sat 9:00am-9:00pm, Sun 9:00am-8:00pm.

Categories: Lacto, Ovo, Italian, Western, Beer/Wine, Non-veg

4 Reviews

First Review by Tajarim

A Lovely, Relaxing Evening - Edit

Visited on Sunday 25 February 2018, for an evening meal. Fallon & Byrne restaurant appealed to everyone because it offers a range of menus including vegan. We had a quick walk around their food hall (no time to check out the wine cellar unfortunately) and made our way upstairs. From their Vegan Friendly Menu I selected:

Starter: roasted butternut squash & kale salad with red onion, toasted seeds, quinoa & avocado purée.

Main: asparagus & aubergine layered with slow roast tomatoes, mixed leaf & balsamic.

Dessert: rhubarb & pear crumble with raspberry sorbet.

Service was good, ingredients seasonal, flavours balanced and wine excellent. If I was to fault anything, it's that perhaps my starter could have been a bit more substantial and a couple of people in our party ordered Roasted Globe of Artichoke mains but found the artichoke a bit tough and chewy. Ultimately though Fallon & Byrne is a beautiful, elegant, restaurant and fine dining experience. We had a lovely, relaxing evening.

Pros: Dedicated vegan menu in upstairs restaurant , Excellent wine , Good service

Cons: Expensive

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Nice Atmosphere, Though Not Very Vegan Friendly - Edit

We popped in as it was listed that there was a vegan menu here. Ultimately, it was just a couple options, but fine ones. We enjoyed the food and the service was quite nice. It was one of the nicer nights out we had and we were pleased though not blown away.

Pros: Location

Cons: Limited Options

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Crowded and Expensive - Edit

Neither the cafe or shop are worth visiting. Everything is hugely overpriced and full of the type of people that fall for marketing terms such as "free range", "100% natural" and "humanely sourced".

Cons: Prices, No vegan options, Cramped and crowded

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Vegan where exactly? - Edit

It's built into a food hall and offers one slightly vegan dish. Very expensive.

Pros: In the center of the city, not much time lost goin

Cons: No real vegan eating options. Misleading entry.

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