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ADDRESS

The Vintage Kitchen, 7 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2.

CONTACT

+35316798705
info@thevintagekitchen.ie

WEB

www.thevintagekitchen.ie

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The Vintage Kitchen

Welcome to the vintage kitchen , a pop down to restaurant nestled in the old part of Dublin town beside the famous Mulligans pub & between the river Liffey and Trinity college, here you will find the vintage kitchen, a small eatery specialising in local ingredients.

we also have a fantastic BYOW policy, we do not charge corkage once you order from our set menu or two courses from our Dinner menu.

We also sell a small selection of vintage arts and crafts, these will never have prices on them and to make things fun just make an offer if you see something you like.

We are a small team with vast experience behind us and our aim is to produce quality food and professional yet friendly service in a warm and cosy atmosphere, our menus will change frequently due to the fact that we mostly handpick our own ingredients from selected markets and shops from in and around the province of Leinster.

 Our 1970's Vinyl record player will be playing a vast array of music and if you have an LP you wish to bring and hear play then you are welcome to once it fits into the easy going nature of our restaurant.



The Vintage Kitchen

ADDRESS

The Vintage Kitchen, 7 Poolbeg Street, Dublin 2.

CONTACT

+35316798705
info@thevintagekitchen.ie

WEB

www.thevintagekitchen.ie

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Welcome to the vintage kitchen , a pop down to restaurant nestled in the old part of Dublin town beside the famous Mulligans pub & between the river Liffey and Trinity college, here you will find the vintage kitchen, a small eatery specialising in local ingredients.

we also have a fantastic BYOW policy, we do not charge corkage once you order from our set menu or two courses from our Dinner menu.

We also sell a small selection of vintage arts and crafts, these will never have prices on them and to make things fun just make an offer if you see something you like.

We are a small team with vast experience behind us and our aim is to produce quality food and professional yet friendly service in a warm and cosy atmosphere, our menus will change frequently due to the fact that we mostly handpick our own ingredients from selected markets and shops from in and around the province of Leinster.

 Our 1970's Vinyl record player will be playing a vast array of music and if you have an LP you wish to bring and hear play then you are welcome to once it fits into the easy going nature of our restaurant.



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