What with dishes like our Lobster Hash or our now famous Huevos Rancheros set against some smooth tunes by our guest DJ; Whitefriar Grill’s brunch is simply the best way to start your weekend. Check out the menuLearn More →
Whitefriar Grill’s Sunday Night Ribs ‘N’ Rump is nirvana for meat lovers everywhere! Stock up on the protein for the week ahead with a 14oz char-grilled rump steak, sticky BBQ baby back ribs, bacon ribs, honey glazed lamb ribs all served on a WFG chopping board, add to this two sides from (tobacco onions, greens, fries, balsamic onion & mushrooms) and you have a meat feast! All for 40 euros for two!
Group dining in Whitefriar Grill’s chilled vibe with our extensive, modern menus means that everyone can be catered for when you celebrate a special occasion. Corporate, family or friends or just simply just to kick off a great night out in Dublin, check out our group menu.Learn More →
We love steak at Whitefriar Grill and we think we have the best steak house offers in Dublin. Its not just the price; quality and presentation count too. From our Ribs n Rump Steak to the newly introduced “Whitefriar Grill Cut’s” selection on our a la carte menu all served on WFG Chopping Boards we think we are the meaty masters of flavour and value in Dublin city…Steak anyone?Learn More →
Whitefriar Grill has perfected its
meaty offerings, especially the divine bone marrow starter.
You could almost miss this cosy spot on a dash up Aungier Street, but from across the road its smart red awning is fully visible heralding a fresh and funky new arrival
The steak was beautifully rare and tender and the Gambas were massive and juicy and both were covered in lovely garlic butter that the chips could be dunked in to perfectly. The rocket and the perfect portion size mean that I finished this just full and relishing every last mouthful wishing it would never end.
To sum it up the food is very good and well-priced, the service is excellent and the atmosphere is perfect. There’s not much more you could ask for.
Its rare enough to struggle between choices on a menu, but there’s any number of creative offerings here.
this is a very decent bistro offering cooking with flair from righteous, well-sourced ingredients and a high though not overly formal standard of service. Its the kind of restaurant Dublin can do with more of.