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Fade Street Social - The GastroBar

4 - 6 Fade Street, Dublin 2

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Average
Main course: €10
Food spend: €20
Opening hours
Monday to Thursday: 17:00 - 22:00
Friday to Sunday: 14:00 - 22:30

Most of the dishes we chose were great with the exception of the fried goat cheese balls. Service was slow to start. Took a long time to get our cocktails. Once the food started coming out it was fine. One big negative, no seat backs and I sat across from the kitchen so it was a bit too warm

Joanne Cellar 06 July 2016
from Dublin

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A fresh, funky destination for sumptuous tapas and savvy cocktails, Gastro Bar is a fun, informal spin-off of its sister restaurant, Fade Street Social. Celebrating Irish cuisine and character, the dining room features cool communal tables, comic strip-style artwork and a flash open kitchen. Twists on the Fade Street Bar menu include quirky carpaccios, garden tapas, chargrilled meats and delectable sweet pastries.

Fade Street Social - The GastroBar

4 - 6 Fade Street, Dublin 2

Contact +353 16040066
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Customer reviews for Fade Street Social - The GastroBar

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  • ((*** 15 September 2016 by Marianne Paul from Aurora OH USA

    Wonderful food and atmosphere - loved watching chefs prepare food but heat from kitchen made room a little warm - service was excellent - favorite dishes were the truffle pasta , sole with lentils - disappointed with soft shell crab - over breaded and overcooked

  • ((((* 12 September 2016 by Clare Brady from Dublin

    Nice dishes have returned many times for tapas.. A few more veg sides be nice.. Quite a lot of creamy dishes.. A few healthier options could be added to menu?

  • ((((( 20 July 2016 by Brendan Lane from Blackwater

    My wife and I wanted something to eat before going to a play. This meant that we wanted something not too big, but delicious.
    We could not have gone to a better place! The fact that is Tapas style food means that you can choose exactly what and how much you want, guided and advised by a friendly and attentive waiter. In fact all of the staff we encountered were like this and no avoiding eye contact when you were in need as can happen in lesser venues.
    We had steak cooked medium rare which was cut Florentine and served with a delicious hollanaise style sauce but with super extra flavour. But the must have tapa was string chips with Parmesan and onion purée which were unstoppable ( to eat).
    Not to go on too much it was excellent and we had four tapas, two desserts, two glasses of wine with sparkling water and coffees to finish. €73!! A bargain

  • ((((( 6 July 2016 by Joanne Cellar from Dublin

    Most of the dishes we chose were great with the exception of the fried goat cheese balls. Service was slow to start. Took a long time to get our cocktails. Once the food started coming out it was fine. One big negative, no seat backs and I sat across from the kitchen so it was a bit too warm

  • ((((( 24 June 2016 by Pamela Kearns from Dublin

    All dishes stand out mushroom tart exceptional and tuna perfectly cooked....always lively place to eat with a city buzz, friendly helpful staff who like to chat overall a fun experience

  • (((** 29 March 2016 by Michael from Dublin

    First time dining here. Despite booking a table in the restaurant area, my guest who arrived first was seated in the tapas area and was told the booking was for there. We did eventually get seated in the restaurant. They were very busy and service was slow. The food was adequate, but emphasized novelty and presentation over taste and texture. If you dine out a lot and want something different, then Fade Street is worth a try, but if you simply want a great meal, I might try somewhere else.

  • ((((* 29 March 2016 by Anne Russell from Dublin

    It was great really nice friendly staff, were very nice to my daughter who was celebrating her 18th birthday. gave her a birthday desert. nice atmosphere etc.
    only negative was the guy clearing the table took plates etc before we were quite finished.

  • ((((( 26 January 2016 by Chris Cook from UK Midlands

    Four of dined at Fade Street on Wednesday evening, two of us had been before when we visited Dublin and we brought two Fade Street virgins with us. We all agreed that the menu is exceptional. The wide and very clever mixture of ingredients provide fantastic taste sensations. Brilliant can't wait to get back to Dublin and visit Fade Street again. The Wine and aperitif menu is also exceptional.

  • ((((* 23 November 2015 by Gillian Maguire from Drogheda

    Really tasty food, prawn tempura was the favourite, and we both loved our desserts, cosy atmosphere and friendly staff

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