Gallaher's bistro and coffee house is located in the historic D'Olier Chambers, built in 1891 by J.F Fuller for Irish Tobacco Baron *Tom Gallaher. Gallaher & Co offers a contemporary European cafe style menu.
Gallaher's is a hub of activity, traditionally the Dublin meeting spot for journalists, Trinity students and visitors alike to the old city.
Gallaher’s is located a stones throw from Trinity College within the College Green area, it is a historic watering hole and eatery - an experience for both food lovers and those keen on the city's architecture & history. Get those cameras at the ready.
Gallaher's offers all its customers free high speed wi-fi.
Loved the choice of menu €40 Xmas Memu is great , with corkage really good value and lovely menu . Got mackerel and lamb shank was delicious. Fish cakes for starters again no complaints . Cian amd Clar W again have a big welcome and great service . Well recommend!
Service with a smile. Forgot about this little Gem. Will be back soon
Amazing. Great service, wonderful food.
Great spot for a group dinner, service was very fast and food was great. No nonsense bistro with BYO being the cherry on he top.
I went here on a Tuesday evening with my friend and all I can say it was fab. Very tasty. Lovely atmosphere. Would recommend it. Thanks
Soup was cold and lumpy, steak sandwich was over cooked and dry, don’t think food was value you money, very disappointed as had eaten here before but different experience this time wouldn’t recommend
Oisin the waiter was very good. Pleasant and attentive.
The place was freezing cold and we asked for having a little heat on but they just answered the day was very cold and they could do nothing. Maybe the fact that the restaurant was totally empty at 2pm on a wednesday
Loved our afternoon tea. Staff were fabulous. Location excellent. Food was delicious. Downstairs facilities need attention.
Amazing staff, couldn’t have been nicer
Well worth value for money, nice food, pleasant staff, would recommend.
Salad could be larger with more greens.
Steak was cooked nicely but it was incredibly small, chips weren't great and bernaise sauce was watery and tasted like mustard. Would definitely not come back.
Had a lovely time at the restaurant, but you seem to have a massive problem with the fruit flies. They were everywhere, we when had to stuff our bottle of wine with a napkin as they kept flying into it. Couldn't even out meal as a result of this. However, all the other times that we've gone, it was never a problem. Shame, as it was a treat for a good friend.
Lovely afternoon tea, very friendly staff.
Staff were very friendly and helpful
Very enjoyable afternoon tea had here. Would highly recommend.
we had a wonderful afternoom tea with lots to choose from with great service
Lovely place, great welcome with nice and helpful staff and a lot of delicious food. Really nice place
Fantastic food. We had afternoon tea and it was amazing.. the staff couldn't be more helpful, we will definitely be back..
The staff were good and dealt with our big group well.
The girl who served us was the nicest friendliest waitress you could meet couldnt be more hepful
Lovely spot for afternoon tea. Really nice staff and quick service