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Brasserie Sixty6

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Updated 17/12/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.

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#192 of 799 Irish in Dublin
#317 of 2,086 Restaurants in Dublin
A relaxed, intimate restaurant serving diverse international cuisine, Brasserie Sixty6 sits in the heart of Dublin. Simple bistro furnishings and expansive black and white collages fill the smart, understated dining room, and refreshing cocktails and thirst-quenching mocktails are served at the bar. Sourcing from the region's finest fishmongers, butchers, grocers and bakers, the Brasserie Sixty6 menu is headed by a speciality rotisserie selection.
US$24 - US$48
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, After-hours
Irish, European, International
Reservations, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Live Music, Jazz Bar, Gift Cards Available
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Reviewed 10 January 2021 via mobile

Brought my sister here for her birthday and was brought here for mine! The food was all amazing, one thing I may point out is the table facing the door - it was freezing cold and did disturb and put a dampener on the experience....The door kept being left open despite myself, sister or my aunt having to get up and close the door, as the draft and smell of the busses would take from the experience. The staff were lovely.More

Date of visit: January 2021
Reviewed 19 December 2020 via mobile

I went here last week for a rare night out and really enjoyed the evening. The menu was narrower than usual (probably as a result of reduced customers and staff due to Covid) but we were both more than happy with what we ordered. I...had the beetroot starter and the dorado for mains they were both very good and the deserts were excellent. You also have the option of having a cocktail instead of a desert on the set menu. I would definitely come back again. Drinks are a little bit pricey but we didn't mind.More

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 15 December 2020

This is one of my favourite restaurants to dine in when in Dublin and having had many a lovely experience previously, I was really looking forward to it. But I was really really disappointed this time. Both starter & mains were lukewarm. We both had...the rib eye steak and it was really poor and very fatty. Desert was the best of the 3 courses. We ordered white wine and even in the ice bucket it was still warm. I am not one to complain but on this occasion I am so disappointed. While it is value for money, I cannot see myself going back again in the near future.More

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 10 December 2020

We ate in Brasserie66 on a cold, rainy December evening. Our coats and umbrellas were wet but there was no cloakroom available so the four of us sat with our wet coats on the backs of the chairs or lying on the banquette. The dining...area is pleasant but the tables could have been farther apart. As there was room to do so, we moved our table to create better distancing. I had a half-pint (28cls) of stout before we ordered food. The beer was inexpertly poured and had not been allowed to rest before topping off so that it was flat and tasted metallic. The menu was the “December Menu” and cost 50 Euro per person (plus supplements) for three courses. Few people eat three courses; we normally do not. We would have walked out and gone elsewhere at this point but it was lashing down with rain outside. The choice was four starters, four mains, and four desserts (or an unspecified "Christmas" cocktail). The celeriac soup was delicious and was served at a perfect temperature; the baked beetroot starter was very tasty. The rest of the starters were instantly forgettable. For mains, I had “Dorade” (gilthead or sea bream); this had none of the flavour of fresh-caught fish and I guess it was farmed. It had been over-cooked and then (in my opinion) left in a warming oven or over a pot of hot water so the skin was soggy and peeling off; the flesh was flaccid and had a greyish tinge. The roasted salmon was acceptable. The Rib-Eye steak (ten Euro supplement) was pronounced “stringy” and “chewy”. The Rump Steak was “nice”. Sides were OK but cooked with little or no imagination. Were the “Skinny Fries” out of a bag in the freezer? They looked and tasted as if they were. The three other sides were: roasted sprouts; chargrilled broccoli; and creamed potato. The sprouts were OK but nothing more, the broccoli was left on the grill too long and was woody with a bitter flavour. One side each; extra sides are five Euro per. Desserts lacked flair; the banana bread was dry, had absolutely no banana flavour, and was served with a sickly-sweet sauce that almost certainly came out of a tin or a bottle. A dash of cream tasted like canned cream. This dessert was pushed to one side after tasting but was eaten by the others at the table (who have a sweet tooth). One of the four desserts was a cheese board (ten Euro supplement). The least expensive wine on the menu was just under 30 Euro. We drank a Spanish Verdejo at 31 Euro which was potable but no better than a mid-range, eight-or-nine Euro wine from a supermarket or off-licence. We were on a night out after the Covid19 shutdown so we had a little too much wine. The staff members were scurrying around and seemed to be on a learning curve. Overall, they were pleasant but not very professional. We did not complain as it seemed there was no point. The group at a nearby table discussed the food and the service in unflattering terms. Conclusion; Poor value for money and a disappointing (much-anticipated) night out. The background music was weird and too loud which, in turn, had people talking too loud. The noise seemed to resonate from the hard surfaces and made conversation difficult. Toilet (washroom) facilities were very good, clean, and well-lit but definitely not wheelchair accessible. There may be disabled facilities on the level but we did not enquire. My advice is to avoid this Brasserie in December and if you must go at another time, make sure there is an a la carte menu.More

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 7 December 2020 via mobile

We had dinner in Brasserie sixty6 Saturday 5.12.20 and I have to say I was very impressed! Everything was absolutely amazing starting for the greeting till the end. New menu is impressive! Can’t wait to be back.

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 4 December 2020

Fabulous Food and excellent staff. Highly recommend and will definitely be back. Great to see they are back up and running

Date of visit: December 2020
Reviewed 29 July 2020

Brasserie Sixty6 is always busy when we go there, full of everyone from couples to large family celebrations. The atmosphere is great, food very solid (and plenty of it!) and great value too. Can't go wrong if you're looking for a city-centre dinner with a...good atmosphere that won't break the bank. Hopefully it reopens soon.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed 20 March 2020

Myself and my partner were looking for somewhere to have dinner while visiting Dublin and after looking at several restaurants we agreed to book a table here. Well from the minute we arrived we were very surprised from the bustling atmosphere from every table to...the attentiveness of the amazing staff. We were very well looked after from start to finish by everyone who worked there. The food was absolutely amazing with a wide variety to suit all tastes and a vast selection of drinks available.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed 13 March 2020

Made sooooo welcome, seating in accordance with the rules at the moment. Food was superb, the deal we had included a bottle of wine and two glasses of prosecco. We were sooooo well looked after by Jan

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed 10 March 2020 via mobile

We had the pleasure of dining at brasserie 66 tonight in Dublin. We opted for the three course menu which was incredible value for what you receive. The haddock was simply divine but the main highlight of night was our lovely server Jan. He looked...after our every need and went above and beyond to make sure we were attended to. Would highly recommend Brasserie 66 as a result of his service.More

Date of visit: March 2020
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20 April 2017|
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Response from Prime_Steak_mgt | Property representative |
Thank you very much for your interest in Brasserie Sixty6. Our house wine is priced at € 8.00 per glass or at € 28.00 per bottle.
29 January 2015|
Response from Prime_Steak_mgt | Property representative |
Hi Donal, The closest would be less than 2 minutes walk and is on Drury Street. If you google Drury Street Car Park, it will come up for you. Looking forward to having you in with us. Anthony
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