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Step back in time while enjoying a thoroughly modern approach to dining at Fahrenheit Restaurant at Clontarf Castle. Located in a listed building with several hundred years of history behind it. If these castle walls could talk, what a story they would tell!
Clontarf Castle is at the site of the famous Battle of Clontarf, where High King of Ireland Brian Boru took on the Norsemen, the Irish and the Vikings in 1014. He lost his life as his troops prevailed, but we suspect the Boru spirit lives on in this historical area. And we reckon he’d fully approve of a dining room which marries traditional and contemporary in a flawless blend. A table at Fahrenheit Restaurant is fast becoming one of the ‘must book’ venues in Dublin.
Executive Chef Stuart Heeney, a graduate of Ross Lewis at Michelin Starred Chapter One, is Executive Chef at Fahrenheit. He has brought a new style of cooking to the job, with more than a smattering of local produce highlighted on the A La Carte menu, to earn the dining room some high critical acclaim and two AA Rosettes in recent times. As a member restaurant of Good Food Ireland, Stuart also brings seasonality to the mix, creating a menu as smart as any you’ll find at Michelin level, in a dining rooom fit for a High King!
You may spot award winning goat’s cheese from Clare, artisan charcuterie from north Cork, Wicklow lamb, Irish Angus Beef, Castletownbere crab, Roaringwater Bay Mussels, and many other numerous Irish specialities in season on this menu. Follow up with one of the house desserts or a superb selection of Irish cheeses on the cheeseboard, served with traditional oatcakes and homemade chutney.
On the 33 Degrees Table d’Hote Menu two courses come in at €33.00 while three costs €39.00. A good selection of dishes from four starters, four mains and three house desserts. Great value, served all evening from Monday through to Sunday. Grab a bargain in Early Bird dining from Sunday to Friday 5.30pm to 7pm, where you can grab two courses for a bargainous €23.95 and three courses for €27.95.
Fahrenheit is also the place to enjoy a wonderful Sunday Lunch, famous in the area. Regulars will come back time and again to pick from a menu which always includes a traditional roast with duck with swooningly good duck fat roast potatoes, alongside other main course choices.
If you wish to make your party private, you can enjoy the Fahrenheit experience in The Tower Suite, an opulent and luxurious little dining room located in the tower of the castle.
Expect a wine and drinks experience to match the food, and a professional, friendly and knowledgeable service from the team. Fahrenheit is certainly raising the temperature on the Dublin food scene.