- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Greenhouse
Mickael Viljanen is the Head Chef at the Greenhouse. Originally from Finland, Mickael has a growing reputation for his modern European style of cuisine. The heart of Mickaels food stems from well chosen, seasonal produce which is delivered with great passion, creativity and energy. Customer service at the Greenhouse is lead by Restaurant manager Paul Young. Our priority is to understand our guests needs and to deliver a warm welcome, a professional service and a memorable experience in a relaxed setting.
The food and service was excellent.
I have never had food like this. It was beyond superb both in it’s execution, presentation but most of all flavor. This restaurant surpasses anywhere else I have ever been. Believe me, I have been to some meteoric places. The service was outstanding.
Great food, good service!
Food and service par excellence
Exquisite food, beautiful room & atmosphere with a friendly, inviting & professional service! It is always the ultimate treat yourself experience for anybody who loves & values great food & eating out in Ireland.
Seats a bit close together. Othrrnthan that a wonderful meal
Overall the food was fantastic but quite disappointed with the atmosphere and service. We had to ask for our wine to be served after a number of appetizers , the food was not particularly well described by staff. We felt charging an extra 13 euro for two espressos after spending 130euro each for the taster menu was quite steep. We would recommend the restaurant for food but having had friends who had a similar experience with service the following day not sure we will be recommending it again!
My main gripe would be the availability of reasonably priced wines on the list... I would think a better balance across the price spectrum would be appropriate
Lovely experience, great service, top menu
Fantastic meal. Almost faultless. One minor thing was my wife had to wait a bit longer then expected for her wine. But otherwise fantastic service and food
Firstly get my name correct. I had a previous great experience. This time it was poor. Food (teeny portions at VASTLY exorbitant prices) was ok. Lots of Foam and no substance. Miniscule COD??? . No prawns in the starter?? Cheeseballs as an a muse bouche??? Nice dessert. Ok. Wine hugely overinflated for mediocre unexceptionable 'ordinaire'. Very disappointed. Loved the petits fours. Not good enough. Good luck!
Fantastic food and wine defo go back
It was our mom-daughter bonding trip, and we really enjoyed everything about the restaurant!! We had the best craic, thanks a million!!
Delicious food beautifully presented and the staff were friendly and attentive.
Excellent food and amazing staff, my wife and I had a lovely evening thanks to all.
Second time to The Greenhouse and is our favorite restaurant in Dublin
Fantastic meal, great service and good value. One facet that could be improved upon is the toilets, I would suggest more inspections during busy periods to ensure the expected standard of cleanliness is met.
We had the 6 course tasting menu. Michael's food is *astonishing*. I mean, I've eaten in many excellent restaurants, and many tasting menus, but I really was blown away. I loathe truffle (or at least anything you can buy commercially with "truffle involved; I don't think I've ever previously had actual truffle slices) and my husband loathes cucumber so was nervous about two of the courses; I needn't have been. For my part, genuine truffle must be significantly different from "truffle oil" as there was none of the flavour I hate. David however could definitely taste the cucumber, but it was so well balanced and the mix of flavours so perfect that not only was the dish not contaminated, but he was even able to eat the cucumber element along with the others. Also, I need to know how to make those Comte mini-beignets. If I have one complaint, it's that the cheese service was far too small for what it cost - or possibly far too expensive for what it was. I don't think there should have been more cheese (I mean, I'd have devoured more cheese, but that's because Cheese is Life; however, part of the genius of a tasting menu is perfectly proportioned portions) but €36 for barely two mouthfuls of cheese (ie one each; the Epoisses was only a teaspoonful) is a lot. Especially considering the incredible value of the other 6 courses for a total of €129. Those courses are all works of culinary artistry, in both ingredient composition and in presentation, and take a lot of effort and labour, so each of those being ~€20 makes sense; the cheese just needs to be sliced and presented nicely. Although I do commend the genius decision to not merely ask if diners would like to see the cheese option, but to present them with the cheeseboard and then ask if they'd like to make a selection 😉 Sneaky, as not everyone will have noticed the small print of the cheese being an optional extra and thus an extra cost, but very effective as I had had no intention of taking the cheese course initially but we couldn't resist once the selection was in front of us 😂
Excellent as always
The wine pairing is a nice addition but a bit on the pricy side. Otherwise, a fabulous experience. Gorgeous food and the service was superb.
Excellent lunch, very tasty and thoughtful food and good service. We ordered s bottle of Chablis initially, then wanted another bottle of the same Chablis. When the sommelier realised there wasn’t another bottle available, we were given the more expensive Premier Cru, a really nice touch!
We were treated to combinations of tastes that were excuisite and left us with talking points that will be teased out over days. A wonderful treat that even the disappointing result later that evening down at Lansdowne Road didn’t dampen!
Superbly consistent meals to a very high quality with great detail for each taste & texture. Thoughtful service.