Beo Wine Bar + Kitchen
A top dining experience in Dublin. High quality ingredients, interesting flavour combinations, friendly service, and delicious wines. A must see for the city's 'foodies'...
Good food, excellent wine list and friendly / attentitve service
Travelled to try out a new vegan restaurant. Nice interior if a little ‘unfinished! For my taste. I like ‘industrial’ but bare plastered walls are somewhat raw for my taste.
Our waitress was very pleasant, informative, and efficient. There was only one other table so noise was not a problem.
We opted for the full experience with some nice wines to accompany but not overshadow the food. Beetroot features heavily to start ( I love beetroot) which if ur not a fan that’s the first two tastings gone by the board.
The food was nice but unexciting. The best courses were the cucumber sorbet and the pasta and the apple ‘pre dessert’.
I think the portions were somewhat on the mean side and would suggest that they serve a little more generously, and a little more inventively to get the punters through the door.
Manor Street is up and coming but it hasn’t arrived yet, so to stay in business ( and particularly a niche market like vegan which is only starting to really grow now) they need to make the journey worthwhile.
Gorgeous food with a wide selection of wines to choose from. Lovely atmosphere and the service was outstanding. The person serving us had so much knowledgeable regarding the food and wine and was very helpful.
Very imaginative food beautifully presented. Some dishes were really delicious like chargrilled broccoli and a deconstructed pavlova desert. Very good value at 38 for a 7 course tasting menu.
it was however definitely just tasting- we were still quite peckish leaving. The service was not great and it is very slow- over 3 hours for not very much food. I hope these things will get ironed out as the food was great and very different