Spring into summer with the new seasonal menus at Seapoint, one of the most popular dining destinations in Monkstown, Dublin. Renowned for its innovative approach to dining, Seapoint’s new menus offer a wide variety for local foodies.
They have a new set lunch menu offering 2 courses for €22 or 3 courses for €27, or you can go for the a la carte menu. This week they have started a new "Seapoint Bites" menu served Monday-Saturday from 3pm to 6pm.
You can also enjoy a "Wine Plate" including a glass of wine served with selection of charcuterie meats and cheese, Crab Cakes, Light salads and more, followed by a dessert and coffee.
Situated close to Dun Laoghaire pier Seapoint has extended their opening hours every Sunday you can enjoy the lunch menu available right through until 8.30pm!
With the complete restaurant available for hire including a stunning, family friendly private dining room, catering for parties up to 35 people, Seapoint would be a perfect place to celebrate a wedding, christening etc.
Seapoint has used the same local meat and fish suppliers since opening their doors in July 2008, representing their loyalty and commitment to local Irish food. The carefully selected wine list accompanies the menus perfectly is excellent value.
The fresh sea air and views along with sumptuous food & wine from the new menus make a winning combination for this well-liked and well-reviewed restaurant in Monkstown!
Seapoint Restaurant | 4 The Crescent Monkstown Co. Dublin | T: 00 353 1 6638480
Visit http://www.seapointrestaurant.com/ for more information
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday | Lunch 12 noon to 3pm | Dinner 6pm to 10.30pm
Sunday lunch 12noon to 8.30pm
Don't forget to feed the fish at the bottom of this post!
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