Dublin Restaurants

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  • 1. Leo Burdock Fish & Chips

    Fish & Chips... if you want to experience what Dubliners have been eating for years on end, check out Leo Burdocks in Werberg Street. This is a landmark where there is always a queue and well worth...

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  • 2. Bewley's

    We walked and hunted for a coffee house as our feet were dying from walking all day going from one place to another. Finally....Bewley's appeared before us and we went in to enjoy a rest, great...

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  • 3. Gallagher's Boxty House

    Incredibly disappointed. I'm allergic to spinach - a weird one I know, but as soon as I eat it, I get really sick. I said this to my waitress upon ordering. However, my salmon and brown bread starter...

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  • 4. Bad Ass Cafe

    Good old cool Bad Ass transformed in the autumn 2011. The refurbishment gone wrong and originality lost. With that unfortunately the food didn't improve. Used to be a customer in the past and enjoyed...

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  • 5. Beshoff's Restaurant

    Fish and chips took off in Ireland the same way as they did in Britain. Here they tend to be called 'chippers' rather than 'chippies' - but beyond that there is little difference. Harry Ramsden's...

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  • 6. Elephant & Castle

    We were looking for late-night dinner in the Temple Bar area and came upon Elephant & Castle. Now this restaurant just so happens to be in every single Dublin guidebook so I was reluctant to try it...

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  • 7. Foley's Bar and Restaurant

    I happened into Foley's one evening with some friends while visiting Dublin. What luck!! We got satisfying pub food, pints of cider, friendly service, and what do you know but an authentic Irish bad...

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  • 8. Gin Palace

    Its kind of a tapas bar and kind of a pub! I love this place, the food is gorgeous, good staff who dont leave you waiting long, nice surroundings. Its a really nice place to drop in for a pint and a...

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  • 9. Butlers Chocolate Cafe

    I'd actually heard of Butler's through VirtualToursit and was insistant we would have to go to one while we were in Dublin. After spending a few days exploring, we took a day to wander around Grafton...

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  • 10. Botticelli

    For a trip to Italy while in Temple Bar, go to Botticelli's. It's hard to imagine your not in some trattoria in Florence while enjoying the fresh produce Botticelli's takes pride in serving. In fact...

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  • 11. Avoca Cafe

    Avoca Café, is an organic realm in the heart of Dublin. Turn left walking off Grafton street (in the direction where Molly Malone is) an you will find a place that has a variety of homemade breads,...

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  • 12. Auld Dubliner

    We got hungry as we were walking around in the Temple Bar area and after looking at a few menus, we decided to give The Auld Dubliner a try. There was a live music session going on and the place was...

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  • 13. Chapter one

    Bearing in mind that this restaurant is tucked away in a basement in Parnell Square, it was surprisingly light and airy in both decor and ambience. The walls were white, the table settings white and...

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  • 14. Mongolian Barbeque Restaurant

    The Mongolian Barbeque Here's a demonstration of the 'All-you-can-eat' policy in the Mongolian restaurant :) The Mongolian Barbeque is an all you can eat restaurant. You pick up your ingredienys, take...

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  • 15. Oliver St John Gogarty's

    When I was looking through a Dublin guide to find a good restaurant in the Temple Bar area, I was a bit suprised to see that Oliver St. John Gogarty's was described as a good spot - from the outside...

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  • 16. Fitzers

    Named one of the top 10 places to dine at in Ireland. It's busy and lively and certainly meets up to expectations with a full-crowd almost everynight. The cuisine - Modern European. The menu changes...

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  • 17. Roly's Bistro

    Rolys is one of South Dublin's most popular eateries. Service is generally fast and pleasant and the food is good. On one recent occasion when we were left waiting forty five minutes for a middle...

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  • 18. Wagamama

    This japanese noodle house I first enjoyed on my first visit to London in February of 2005. I have since made it a point of collecting their T-Shirts from each place I visit (I'm up to 4). So this was...

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  • 19. Govindas

    Despite being a meat lover, I like Govinda's recipes so, when abroad, use to try a new of those Hare Krishna restaurants... In Dublin, on Aungier street, I found one of the best ones I've ever been!...

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  • 20. Epicurean Centre

    I have mixed feelings about the Epicurean Food Hall. If you are looking for a quick, tasty meal and lots of choice, this is the place to go. If you want some decent customer service, I would go...

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  • 21. Temple Bar

    Temple Bar is a bar in Temple Bar (a section of Dublin). It is very old and very touristy and very fun. We had just arrived in Dublin that morning, walked and bused all over Dublin and were jet lagged...

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  • 22. Eddie Rocket's

    Eddie Rockett's is a popular chain of American style diners in Ireland. Many of them are open 24hours during the weekend. I visited the Stillorgan restaurant which is open until 1am through the week...

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  • 23. Odessa

    Not exactly sure how to describe it other than pan european as the name of the restuarant shares itself with a city in Ukraine and a neighborhood in New York full of ex soviet union immigrants you...

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  • 24. Aya Restaurant

    This is Dublin's latest restaurant. The first conveyor belt sushi bar. Inside is very pleasant the staff are friendly even if they have not yet mastered the English language. We were shown to our...

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  • 25. Abrakebabra

    On my last night in Dublin, I decided to eat a quick meal at Abrakebabra -- an Irish fast food chain with an international menu. In particular, I wanted to have the house specialty -- a doner kebab...

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