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House of Plates is great if you want a light bite and catch up with friends. One plate is very light, two is perfect if you already has your dinner and you can have three plates if you are actually hungry. Its a clever concept...More
The concept appeals. Small tapas like dishes with a good selection. We ate with the two teenagers at 5pm but were not offered the early bird menu! We ordered a range of dishes. The Achill lamb, the meatballs and prawns were very good. The chicken...More
We have eaten here before and it was very good. This time we ate was lovely also.... but..... the food was very tasty. We had pork cheeks. Meatballs and twice cooked fries. We also decided to have the two fish specials. John Dory and Monkfish....More
A group of us ate in House of Plates on a Saturday night in November. I am not sure if the place was understaffed or what the issue was but having entered just after 8pm it was almost 11pm by the time we had finished...More
Had Sunday Dinner here and was very satisfied with the place. Great food options with plenty of variety. We both had dinners and were impressed. Veg was very tasty. Service was top notch. Relaxed atmosphere.
We have just visited this amazing restaurant for the third time and my only regret is that this is the first time that I have reviewed it. It is truly different. I loved the decor, relaxed and comfortable but also a little whacky, the use...More
I eat out a lot and I'm finding more and more that restaurants are churning out the same average fare. The House of Plates was certainly not one of those. It was stand-out. I would go as far as saying that it's the nicest meal...More
I had heard so much about House of Plates but finally tried it last weekend for brunch and couldn't believe how great it was.
Exceeded my expectations by far, I had the veggie eggs and my boyfriend had the veggie breakfast and we both found...More
After listening to so many people raving about the House Of Plates, I was doubtful that they could maintain such a standard so, with an open mind and not too much expectation, three of us ventured in for Sunday lunch, It was excellent! the reviews...More