SOLE Seafood & Grill – A taste of Ireland in the heart of Dublin.
Dining in SOLE is about the full customer experience, from the moment you are greeted, eating the best seafood in Dublin, or enjoying a drink from our extensive bar and wine menu. Our guests’ satisfaction is the most important factor and we want to ensure the ultimate high-end casual dining experience.
The restaurant itself has been designed with a warm chic interior, bronze and grey tones create an atmosphere of urban sophistication, making it a destination dining venue. Belfast-based designer Graham Barrow was behind the design of the stylish finished look and was on-hand to oversee the transformation of the restaurant. Most notable in the room is the amazing bar area; with the sweeping colonnade creating a central feature incorporating distressed steel apertures bolted onto bespoke rusted pillar capitals, designed to be vaguely reminiscent of Victorian paddle steamers. This focal point gives the space an individual look, whilst providing a wow factor as soon as you walk in the front door!
The Captain’s Table is our private dining experience and one that will wow your party guests and capture a moment to remember. The long-table layout is impressive for corporate events also and with the inclusion of our own private bar, you can ensure a premium dining experience for your clients.
From shore to soil, provenance is paramount in producing a menu wealthy in the best of Irish seafood and meat. Our connection to our suppliers is key to our philosophy. We’ve taken great care and time to select the best quality produce, locally-sourced where possible, and to grow a trusting relationship with our suppliers in order to guarantee the best and to follow through the sea-to-SOLE experience.
Each day our culinary team prepare the very best of products with great passion and care to enhance their pure flavours; among them are fresh oysters from our coastal waters, top-quality Irish beef that is carefully dry-aged in-house by our chefs, delicately smoked salmon from Howth, County Dublin, and the finest Irish lobsters.