ClosedOpens at 17:00
$$$$ Price range per person 13-49 €
17 South Great George's Street, Dublin
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Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland

After visiting The Chapel Royal, you can look over the menu at this steakhouse. Irish food is good here. Order mouthwatering tuna, orange salads and chicken wings. It's time to try tasty chocolate soup, gelato and knickerbocker glory.

Rustic Stone offers food delivery for the convenience of its clients. This place has delicious malbec, coffee martini or beer among its drinks. You will be offered great espresso, tea or hot chocolate. The staff is accommodating that's what makes this spot so nice. Visitors mention that the service is fabulous here. You will appreciate attractive prices. The divine decor and quiet atmosphere let guests feel relaxed here. This steakhouse gained a Zomato rating of 4.3 and leaves a positive aftertaste on guests.

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Amazing meal! Loved the concept of cooking some of the foods on a stone at your table. The menu itself was very diverse. Loved the tuna appetizer, truffle fries, sweet chili peppers, and the cauliflower florets! All delicious. I'd definitely go back.
My boyfriend made a reservation here for dinner during our visit to Ireland, and it was a lovely time. Rustic Stone is an elevated spot -- the decor is stylish and warm, leather and wood, reminds me of hearth-style cooking. People are dressed up. The service was attentive, friendly, and quick. We decided to share one main and several starters/sides for dinner. The two of us ordered the (1) borlotti bean minestrone soup, (2) the salt cod brandade, (3) the asian quail on a stick, (4) the pork pappardelle, (5) the truffle chips, as well as two cocktails. It was far too much food for the two of us (surprise!), but my favorites were the minestrone (thick and tomato-y) and the quail (tender and well-cooked, but you have to finagle with some bones). The truffle chips are very thick cut, which I don't usually prefer. But overall, a beautiful evening! Everything was very good, nothing mind-blowing, but a good restaurant for a fancier night out. Would recommend. PRO TIP: Sign in to the restaurant WiFi, then check your email thirty minutes later for a coupon for free Prosecco. We both found ours in our inboxes only after we'd left for home!
Best food in Dublin. Hell, best food in the UK dare I say? Their sister restaurant Fade Street is a different menu for sure. Was not impressed with the tapas at an event hosted there. It was a bummer because we fell in love at Rustic Stone and assumed it would be the same. Anyway, their soups and pastas were beyond. The most memorable meal I've had in ages. Nothing pretentious, just incredible well created dishes. Easily the most rec'd place in my three weeks in Dublin. (Ended up going to the upstairs Japanese fusion spot later in the week. Someone I was with said it was the best of that cuisine she's ever had.)
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17 South Great George's Street, Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Сredit cards accepted Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Booking Wheelchair accessible No takeaway Parking TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 13:00-15:45, 17:00-21:30
MondayMon 17:00-21:30
TuesdayTue 17:00-21:30
WednesdayWed 17:00-21:30
ThursdayThu 12:00-14:30, 17:00-22:30
FridayFri 12:00-14:30, 17:00-23:00
SaturdaySat 13:00-15:45, 17:00-23:00
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