The Independent newspaper
Renowned food critic Lucinda O’Sullivan visits Beeftro Steakhouse Dublin , and we got a glowing review! Beeftro, a steak house with a French twist, opened just over a year ago in Dundrum Town Centre. Describing itself as a purveyor of viandes de qualite, the idea started originally in Monaco and now has branches from Mexico to Moscow.
[ Read more ] The Independent newspaper, Table talk, 19th January 2015
"Lucinda O'Sullivan66I had a 200 gram filet mignon (€29.50) which was top drawer perfection sitting toute seule with a swirl of beef jus — That’s called service! You also get to choose the silkiest potato puree from six flavours. The atmosphere in Beeftro is more Art Deco Parisian café style, than down on the Pampas, with wonderful lighting and a specially imported signature tiled floor."
Lucinda O’Sullivan’s website, 11th September 2013
Stitch & Bear
"I really liked the fact that the steak arrived naked on the plate… No garnishes or distractions to take away from its charred exterior and beefy aroma. From the minute that I cut into the steak, I knew that I was on a winner. I could feel the crispy charred exterior giving way to tender, soft meat, with just the perfect amount of pink.The thick, crunchy charred outside was well flavoured and full of smokiness, while the inner pieces of fat in the rib-eye had been softened well. Beeftro is a very pleasing place to sit and enjoy a steak. Not only is the interior smart and contemporary, but the cooking of the steaks is also bang on. It’s very much in the style of an American steakhouse, and I quite like that. I genuinely believe that it will become known as one of the best venues for steak in Dublin"
Stitch & Bear food blog, 25th August 2013
Gin & Griddle
"Carol from Gin & Griddle66The main courses were definitely the stars of the show… the quality was amazing, it was cooked perfectly medium as requested, chargrilled on the outside and inside, pink and tender. My bourguignon was simply stunning… I loved how it was presented.. and it tasted just as good as it looked. There was nothing I could fault in this dish and I’m still thinking of just how delicious it was."
Gin & Griddle food blog, 24th January 2014
French Foodie in Dublin
"Ketty from French Foodie in Dublin66We both kicked off with the truffle and mixed mushroom croquettes (€7.80). These little things are absolutely more-ish, the crumb is deliciously crispy and sprinkled with some grated cheese and the filling delightfully creamy and soft with great earthy flavours. Eat the croquettes with your hands and dunk them generously in the cheese, so sinful but oh so good! There was nothing else to distract me from the majestic piece of meat. The steak was cooked perfectly as requested, it was tender and peppery… the filet mignon is just amazing, so tender it melted in the mouth. It felt more like cutting through butter than meat! Beeftro serves the best steaks in Dublin, they’re cooked properly and the meat is top quality. The staff were friendly and bubbly and made our evening very enjoyable. This place was definitely worth the trip outside Dublin city centre for a meal out."
French Foodie in Dublin, 27th February 2014
The pureed potatoes were absolutely to-die for, not a lump in sight and so creamy and soft. I am not into welldone beef at all but I will admit on tasting his, it was still really tender and tasted fab. Mine was rare and beautifully soft and juicy. Dessert arrived and OH. MY. GOD. Was it good! The chocolate sauce was smooth and just the right amount of sweet and bitter and the ice cream went perfectly with it. Needless to say that lot got polished off too! I predict Beeftro will only get more and more popular as they serve just great quality food. We both agreed it was spot-on in Beeftro and will most definitely return.
Kate’s Kabin lifestyle blog, 31st October 2013