Reviews

  • J & S McKenna
    McKennas's Guide
    Best Places To Eat
    ... the dishes are cooked as if newly minted, with all tastes and textures beautifully realised and achieved...
    February 2014
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  • Catherine Cleary
    Irish Times
    A Summer Lunch Spot
    ... Brasserie Le Pont hits the nail on the head with classic sure-footed French cook in a professionally run restaurant...
    June 2013
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  • Ernie Whalley
    Sunday Times
    The Taming Of The Stew
    ... the dish was a triumph. It looked pretty and the crab popcorn lent a pleasantly contrasty, crunchy texture...
    December 2013
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  • Paolo Tullio
    Irish Independent
    Paolo Tullio at Brasserie Le Pont
    ... My soup was exactly as it should be: nicely caramelised onions mixed with a good beef stock and the croutons covered with melted Gruyere...
    May 2012
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  • Lucinda O'Sullivan
    Sunday Independent
    Bridge Of Sighs
    ... Somebody knows what they are about in the kitchen and it is a very handy spot for all day dining in Dublin 2....
    June 2011
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  • Ross Golden Bannon
    Sunday Business Post
    A Soupcon of Creativity Required
    ... The 8oz Hereford fillet steak was not just grass fed and dry aged for 28 days - it was among the best steaks I have ever had...
    June 2011
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  • Lucy White
    Metro Herald
    Table Talk
    ... His salad of frisée with poached egg and bacon was equally eminent, the yolk cooked to his liking - while the lardons were crispy and perfectly salted...
    July 2011
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  • Ernie Whalley
    Evening Herald
    On Point
    ... Large, soft-textured prawns, more like langoustine tails, contrasted nicely with the crisp lettuce...
    July 2011
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