The acclaimed, award winning, Eden Restaurant serves contemporary food with a distinctive Irish flavour, overlooking the vibrant Meeting House Square in Temple Bar.
Centrally located in the heart of Dublin, Eden restaurant is a hidden gem which has been serving regulars for over twelve years. Proudly serving locally sourced Irish produce including game and fresh fish using the finest ingredients, there are fantastic menu choices to suit everyone. Eden also leads the way in the area of value for money with extended pre-theatre menus during the week and brunch on the weekends.
Eden's exciting wine list offers many organic options, with classic varietals, and lots of off the beaten track entries. With a full bar license, Eden also has some great cocktails and quality spirits offered up as a great way to start your meal. The friendly, yet professional, service team is dedicated to the enjoyment of our guests, providing a relaxed environment with a buzz.
Guests have the option to avail of intimate candlelight tables, tables for large parties, semi private dining in a comfortable and inviting space or the heated outdoor terrace for those summer months.
Open 7 days a week serving lunch and dinner from 12.30, and 12.00 noon on the weekends.
What the critics say about Eden
"...Great food, great location, great service..." Sunday Business Post
"...Eden: a simple formula, well executed, with good, eclectic food and a short, keenly-priced wine list... it's one of those Dublin restaurants that should be on everyone's short list. And it should be visited by restaurateurs who want to see how it should be done..." Irish Independent
"The main courses are the gold standard of modern Irish bistro cooking..." Travel & Leisure Magazine (U.S.)
If the bill comes to 25 euro each, can you pay with the 50 euro voucher and have nothing else to pay? I think people were 'done' in Pacino's where they insisted the voucher could only be used to cover one person's bill due to the phrase 'one voucher per person'
Maybe it would be a good idea to make it clear that the voucher can be used to pay for a meal for two etc. in the conditions, and make it clear that the 'one voucher per person' means that only one voucher can be purchased per person.
in the bullet points down the bottom we've now explicitly explained that its limit is 1 voucher between 2 people. Hope that helps!
that is still open to interpretation methinks.
any situation where the consumer doesn't get the full €50 worth of the voucher would make it a poor deal imo.
e.g. if there was a group of 8 people and their total bill came to €200 their 4 vouchers should cover the whole bill. is that the case ? or would their vouchers only cover €100.. which would mean they'd be actually losing €3 each by buying the deal.