Café en Seine
Café en Seine on Dawson Street is set to reopen on Wednesday, July 1st serving lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. The team are looking forward to getting back at what they do best, providing a five star service in a relaxed setting. The kitchen team, headed up by Stephen Gibson have been busy creating exciting new gastro dishes to sit alongside Café en Seine classics.
Careful consideration has been taken to ensure new health and safety measures have been put in place which you can read here. This will allow customers and staff to dine and work in a comfortable space. Some new procedures include contactless temperature checks on arrival, contact tracing measures for everyone who books a table, added glass panels in between tables and hand sanitising stations dotted around the building.
Customers are being asked to book ahead so that social distancing measures can be carefully managed in between sittings. Bookings can be made easily by visiting www.cafeenseine.ie.
Café en Seine’s new temporary opening hours are Wednesday – Sunday from 12pm.
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Map | Phone +35316774567
Opium restaurant and botanical garden are reopening their doors on Tuesday, June 30th serving up truly authentic Thai and Vietnamese cuisine for lunch and dinner. Head chef Phillip Hughes promises high quality favourites and some new additions to the updated menus, perfect for your first night dining out.
Added safety measures have been put in place for the comfort and safety of customers and staff. These include contactless temperature checks, one way systems and hand sanitising stations on entrance and exit. Booking ahead, even at short notice is essential to allow for appropriate social distancing measures for customers and staff.
Customers can book at www.opium.ie and view the new lunch and dinner menus.
Opium’s new temporary opening hours are Tuesday – Saturday from 12pm.
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Map | Phone +35315267711
Pichet is thrilled to be reopening their doors on June 30th ahead of their 11th birthday on July 8th. Sitting in the heart of Trinity Street, the team have been working hard to ensure everything is perfect for reopening. The kitchen team have designed creative new menus, staff have received brand new training procedures, there’s now added social distancing measures in between tables and contactless temperature checks are now in place to ensure a safe and comfortable visit
For now, all customers are being asked to book ahead to allow for adequate social distancing and contact tracing purposes on www.pichet.ie
Pichet’s temporary new opening hours are Tuesday – Friday from 4.30pm and Saturday from 12pm.
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Map | Phone +35316771060