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If you're looking for a good place to eat, this will serve. the slow roasted pork belly was spot on good. The chicken liver pate and blood sausage both delivered as well. Really good food, great service!
It's a great concept, turning an old bank into a restaurant. For it's look and feel the prices are decent. It can be noisy if you're not booked in the sesting above, we couldn't as it was busy, our fault for not booking early enough...More
I took my daughter to Dublin for her 16th birthday (her pick). He were directed to the Bank for lunch by the concierge at our hotel (the Westin). The hostess was very nice as she told us of a long wait for a table. We...More
Date of experience: April 2019
The Royal Town of Sutton Coldfield, United Kingdom
We had Sunday dinner which was delicious. The service was amazing. The waitress was attentive bringing extra gravy, stuffing, vegetables, yorkshire puds etc as required. Pub as name suggests is an old bank with high ceilings and is beautiful. We had a table up in...More
A friend of mine reccomend we eat here so we did. The staff was super accommodating and even offered us to move close to the fire place after seeing our daughter was getting cold (sitting near the entrance, so we did). My wife had the...More
Beautiful interior, well worth a visit. Pianist tinkling in the ivories. The sandwiches which we had was shockingly poor - soggy bottoms and tiny, tiny fries. When I commented to the service staff, she tried to explain that that was the style. Pity.
We happened on this restaurant/pub at lunch time after visiting Trinity College. When you enter, the restaurant is beautiful! Don’t miss the ceiling with its beautiful stained glass. The service was quite efficient and servers were very friendly. This is a great place to stop...More
The Bank is the first restaurant I ate at while in Dublin and the best one by far. The atmosphere is beautiful, worth taking a few photos and reading up on the history of the place. It's conveniently located near Trinity College on the way...More
Response from Chief1797 | Reviewed this property |
You can walk in off the street without a reservation. We went twice, once with a reservation and once without. Depending on your time of day and day of the week. To be safe you may want to make the reservation. If you are... More
You can walk in off the street without a reservation. We went twice, once with a reservation and once without. Depending on your time of day and day of the week. To be safe you may want to make the reservation. If you are staying at a hotel, ask the concierge to make them for you. They will be happy to make the arrangements. I would recommend sitting upstairs where you can overlook the whole establishment. This was a really enjoyable stop for a meal and great ambiance of old Ireland. The food was quite good as well. The seafood chowder was excellent! ENJOY!