Enjoy this Five Star Dublin hotel just steps away from Trinity College, O’Connell Street and the historic Temple Bar area. The Westin Dublin, located in a beautiful historic building from the 1800’s, is right in the heart of Dublin’s city center.
Afternoon tea at the Westin Dublin is a special event in the Atrium Parlour with its five story high glass roof which fills the room with natural light.
A Most Peculiar Afternoon Tea is a popular afternoon experience. The “tea” is actually a Victorian Mojito Cocktail made of Hendrick’s Gin, Lime, Mint and freshly pressed churned apple juice, served in a Hendrick’s Gin teapot.
Each bite is beautifully displayed and impressively original. This contemporary, innovative menu will not disappoint.
On the menu the day we visited:
Confit of pork cheek, truffle parmesan aioli
Devilled crayfish mayonnaise in a charcoal wafer cone
Roast turkey, arugula, spiced avocado and tomato involtine
Salmon with wasabi caviar, dill cream cheese on beetroot waffle
Honeyed goat’s cheese dipper with Kalamata olive and tomato tapenade
Banana and walnut bread, maple and cinnamon butter
Cats tongues cookies with chocolate and saffron ganache
Homemade “popping” marshmallows that literally pop in your mouth
Popcorn panna cotta, toffee popcorn crumble
Strawberry and frangipane bakewell tart
Chocolate and caramel mousse filled mini tea cup, chocolate soil
Retreat from the hustle and bustle of the busy city and step into the understated elegance of the Westin Dublin.
Near Trinity College and The Book of Kells.
Some photos courtesy Westin Dublin