Balfes at the Westbury Hotel

Balfes at the Westbury Hotel
Address : Grafton Street
Dublin 2
Phone :+353(1) 646 3353
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Balfes Restaurant in Dublin is a fantastic, located just off Grafton Street. Offers great cuisine and friendly service, top place to eat in Dublin.

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Balfes - Dublin Restaurant

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A Modern Style Restaurant!

Rating: 3
With Parisian and New York influences, Balfes is an all-day dining brasserie and uptown bar in the heart of Dublin 2's Creative Quarter. Located on Balfe Street, where Grafton Street and the Creative Quarter meet, Balfes features a 20 seater outdoor terrace, a zinc-covered bar and open kitchen and is open from 8am until late Monday to Friday and from 10am until late Saturday and Sunday.
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Opening Hours:

Mon-Fri 8:00am - 11:30am(Breakfast)
Mon-Fri 12pm - close (All Day Menu)
Sat-Sun 10am - 5pm
Sat-Sun 5pm - 11pm

Additional Information

Cuisines: Parisian, Mediterranean
Price Range: €15-50
Takes Reservations: Yes


The menu offers healthy breakfasts, leisurely lunches and dinner using the best of Irish seafood and quality meat. Strong on Irish artisan ingredients including farmhouse cheese and house smoked salt, Balfes also has its own coffee blend, home-baked pastries, muffins and cakes, homemade preserves and chutneys and cold pressed juice, making it the perfect space for breakfast meetings with tempting treats.

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Grilled steak, prawns and whole fish are roasted on a charcoal grill using grass-fed Irish beef, dry aged for 32 days, while fresh oysters, ceviche, seaweed cured Gravlax and Castletownbere crab make up the seafood offering. Fresh local produce goes into creating Balfes? salads, weekend brunches, juices and cocktails.

Balfes caters for specific dietary requirements and offers plenty of gluten-free choices across the menu including gluten free omelettes, fish and chips, pancakes and offerings from the charcoal grill including the burger which can be served in a gluten free wrap. The menu also offers pilaf rice, a vegan rice option, and dairy free rice pudding.

Formerly Pitt Street, Balfe Street was renamed in honour of internationally celebrated composer, Michael William Balfe, who was born and spent his youth in a house on No. 10 Pitt Street. The musical tradition continues today, rebooted for the 21st century. Complimentary all-day WIFI makes Balfes the perfect place to work or meet.


Grafton Street Dublin 2
Places to visit nearby: Trinity College The Book of Kells, St. Stephen's Green, Dublin Castle, Wax Museum, Christ Church Cathedral, Saint Patrick's Cathedral, Chester Beatty Library

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