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Brambles Bistro Terenure

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Brambles Bistro Terenure
Ciaran Reid
102-104 Terenure Road North, Terenure, Dublin 6W,

Telephone: +353 (0)1 490 5989

Brambles is a well know family owned group of some 20 excellent daytime cafes in high profile Shopping Centers, Museums, and other venues principally in the Dublin area. &nb...

Brambles Bistro Terenure
  • Brambles Bistro Terenure
  • Brambles Bistro Terenure
  • Brambles Bistro Terenure
  • Brambles Bistro Terenure

How to get there

Coming from the City Centre, Brambles is situated slightly set back from the road on the right hand side as you approach Terenure Village

Good to know

Opening Hours:
All Year
9am - 9pm Mon
9am - 9.30pm Tues - Wed
9am - 10.00pm Thurs - Fri
9am - 10.30pm Sat
9am - 9.30pm Sun
Modern International
A La Carte:
€14.95 - €28.00
Table d’Hote:
Yes- Group Menus
Early Bird:
Mon-Fri All Night
2 Courses €19.95
3 Courses + Tea/Coffee €24.95
Value Menu:
Sunday Lunch:
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About The Restaurant

Brambles is a well know family owned group of some 20 excellent daytime cafes in high profile Shopping Centers, Museums, and other venues principally in the Dublin area.   They started out in 1998 in the old Dundrum Shopping Centre and their popularity has seen them expand steadily. A couple of years ago they ventured into the night time arena with Brambles Bistro Terenure doing food not only during the day but in the evenings.   It is a fine spacious premises and has proved a really good and popular dining addition to Terenure and the surrounding areas, offering a wide selection of bistro brasserie style food.

On offer at breakfast time they have buttermilk pancakes with lemon & sugar, berry compote and chocolate or maple syrup; Eggs Benedict comes with a toasted muffin topped with poached eggs, bacon and hollandaise sauce. They also do a a choice of three fried breakfasts going from small fry to big fry, the latter includes 2 sausage, 2 bacon, black and white pudding, grilled tomato, potato cake, free range fried egg and toast. Simply mouth watering and will certainly set you up for the day.

For lunch, they do sticky chicken wings with barbecue sauce and celery sticks, garlic mushrooms which come breaded and stuffed with cream cheese crisp leaves and garlic mayonnaise, their delicious steak sandwich is served on roasted ciabatta bread with sautéed onions, mushrooms & peppercorn sauce and served with string chips. Their paninis are really good as well and include a New York style with glazed ham & Emmental cheese, homemade Manhatten relish with sliced gherkin. They also have a great lunchtime platter if you like to share. It includes portions of the homemade soup of the day, half sandwiches, sticky chicken wings and string chips.

The starters on the dinner menu all looked so good I found it tough to make my selection. They had an Atlantic creamy seafood chowder with crispy crostini; smoked Mackerel rillette on toasted brioche with mixed salad leaves; smoked chicken salad with mixed baby leaves, Caesar dressing and sun dried tomato pesto and a baked filo parcel of mushrooms, Brie cheese & spinach with Hazelnut dressing. But, in the end, I was drawn to the very tasty trio of prawns which had a mini Dublin Bay prawn cocktail, prawns served in Kataifi pastry and chilled chilli & coriander Tiger Prawns with pickled cucumber.

Mains included supreme of chicken with truffle potatoes, spinach in Crème Fraiche, tomato and red pepper relish; pan fried fillet of plaice with Mesclun leaves and a sundried tomato dressing; half roast Aylesbury duck on buttered Savoy cabbage, blackberry and apple puree; penne pasta cooked with mixed peppers, red onions & olives in a rich tomato sauce. For the carnivore they have a prime rib eye steak with creamy mash potato, fine beans and peppercorn sauce, whilst a superb aged fillet of beef comes with Boxty potatoes and shallot mouselline dressed with fruity Shiraz jus. I however, went for the succulent pork belly stuffed with black pudding, Risolette potato, sauteed cabbage & Brambley apple and cider sauce.

For those of you looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, the desert menu includes warm chocolate cake with chocolate fudge sauce and vanilla ice cream, pavlova topped with fresh whipped cream and a summer berry compote, classic Italian tiramisu with fresh cream and bread and butter pudding in a rich Crème Angaise and served with rum and raisin Ice cream. I went for the homemade cheesecake, with a Quenelle of Chantilly cream. A delicious end to a delicious meal.

You won’t go wrong at Brambles Bistro so take a ramble to Brambles in D6.


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