Scott’s has the best of what Ireland can offer in seafood, as well as locally sourced beef from the artisan Village Butcher in Ranelagh.
Sitting above the iconic O’Dywer’s pub, the newly refurbished Scotts holds on to the feel of a beloved local restaurant while showcasing what they do best; focusing on using high quality ingredients and presenting dishes with exquisite flavours, all the while providing impeccable service to their customers.
There’s a variety of mouth-watering dishes to choose from, and with the addition of 50-day dry aged steaks alongside the ever-popular sous vide lamb shank and chargrilled pork chop you’ll be spoilt for choice. The new halibut main course and the crispy duck salad are already staff favourites and will definitely become signature dishes for Ike, the Head Chef.
After building a strong team both in the kitchen and front of house, Scott’s wanted to stand on its own, building an individual reputation for amazing food, wine and an ambience in the restaurant that is second to none. The newly curated wine list showcases the best of Europe with some international greats.
Being at the heart of the local community is the core of this wonderful restaurant, and even with the new and improved look, Scott’s remains the cosy local eatery that people have come to know and love.
Open 7 days a week from 5pm – 9pm. Early Bird available Sunday – Thursday 5pm – 6.30pm. Booking area available for large parties and celebrations of up to 25 people.
Also a popular favourite with locals is O’Dwyers, your trusted friendly local gastro lounge. Serving food 7 days from 9am till 9.30pm for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Delivering excellent food from Irish and locally sourced suppliers with a premium range of drinks and boasts one of the largest selection of spirits in Ireland. In a comfortable, relaxed family friendly environment.
118 Lower Kilmacud Rd, Stillorgan, Dublin, A94 TN99 Phone: (01) 278 0088
You can find Scotts on Instagram and Facebook @scottsrestaurantdublin
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