Since opening our doors in February 2016, we’ve been on the ‘go to’ list for many of the country’s finest critics. Here are a few of the reviews we’ve received so far:

MICHELIN guide inspectors
“Concise menus evolve with seasonal availability and the lunch and early menus really are a steal. Dishes are modern and creative with vibrant colours and fresh, natural flavours. Sweet service from a local team completes the experience.”

Irish Times (Catherine Cleary)
“Craft’s Philip Yeung has put good flavours and beautiful food on plates at great prices”

Independent (Katy McGuinness)
“Craft is going to be hugely popular in Dublin 6W, and Phil Yeung’s food is accomplished enough to draw in the punters from further afield.”

Irish Daily Mail (Tom Doorley)
“Craft in Harold’s Cross, deep in Dublin 6, has a well-heeled and well-travelled audience within staggering distance and it looks like the chattering classes have clasped it to their collective bosom. It’s easy to see why.”

Totally Dublin (Aoife McElwain)
“Yeung’s approach is a careful celebration of the best of Irish and seasonal ingredients, beefed up with ingredients from further afield when complimentary, served in an informal space that encourages a relaxed appreciation of the plate in front of you.”

Sunday Independent (Lucinda O’Sullivan)
It has all the vibe and ambiance of a little Parisian bistro, plus the benefit of Yeung’s contemporary high-end food at good prices. I can see it becoming a very chic neighbourhood eatery that’s also worth a detour.”

Georgina Campbell’s Ireland
“Owner-chef Philip Yeung bills Craft as a neighbourhood restaurant, and the residents of Harold’s Cross can rejoice that he chose to open his modern, casual dining bistro in their ‘hood’.”
This is modern Irish food created by a confident and highly-skilled chef at the top of his game.”

Opening Hours

Friday -Saturday 12.00pm – 3.00pm
Sunday 12.30- 3.30pm

Wednesday 6.00pm – 9.30pm
Thursday 5.30pm – 9.30pm
Friday – Saturday 5.30pm – 9.30pm (Closing time 11.30pm)