We started with the Panko Chicken Tenders – Lightly breaded & served with your choice of plum or honey mustard sauce & comes with fries for $10.99. Being it was St. Patrick’s Day and we got there closer to 10:00pm they were out of the Corned Beef & Cabbage so I decided to try their Irish Stew – Beef, potato, onion & carrots in a rich creamy Guinness, tomato & wine sauce nestled in a sourdough bread bowl for $14.99. This dish was absolutely fabulous and very fulling.
My husband opted for the The Dubliner Burger – Maple bacon & double-aged cheddar on an Angus patty & French fries for $12.79 which comes highly recommended as one of the best burgers in the lower mainland.
Some other dishes that you should try if you visit The Dublin Castle are Montreal Smoked Meat – 1/2 lb piled high on untoasted rye & dijon for $10.49 & the Ultimate Yorkie Meal – Two of our incredible yorkshire puddings stuffed with shaved sirloin, topped with Guinness gravy & served on castle mash. Choice of side or seasonal vegetables after 5pm for $15.99. They do have a beautiful outdoor patio and on occasion have live music. Service was wonderful last night in spite of all the craziness going on with it being St. Patrick’s Day. You can view their website at www.dublincastle.ca.
Written by Michael Monteforte