Dublin Restaurants

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  • 51. The Lord Mayor's Room

    5 out of 5 stars

    The Marriott calls the afternoon tea in The Lord Mayor's Lounge at The Shelbourne Hotel "Dublin's only true Afternoon Tea experience". Well, I can't speak to that as I've not tried the other hotels in...

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  • 52. The Shack

    4 out of 5 stars

    We ate here on our last night in Dublin. We had spent a great deal of time wandering around trying to find something that struck our interest. After looking at many places that didn't really appeal to...

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  • 53. Ho Sen

    4 out of 5 stars

    I recently tasted the best Pho Bo (Beef noodle soup) I have had outside of Vietnam. Also the fried rice was the real deal. Ho Sen is a friendly, busy and really cheap gem in the heart of Dublin. Pho...

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  • 54. Kelly & Ping

    5 out of 5 stars

    THIS RESTAURANT HAS CLOSED DOWN::Kelly and Ping is located in Smithfield Market. Not far from the City centre. Kelly and Ping is an Asian restaurant with delicious food and a wonderul ambience. They...

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  • 55. Pasta di Milano

    This is a great place to go because they have a set menu and for E24.50 you get a choice of a starter, main course and desert along with either tea of coffee. The ambience is wonderful. The staff are...

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  • 56. Neary's

    Neary's was once a popular hangout for certain literary figures including Brendan Behan in the 1950s. The interior is really cool and I like the exterior facade shown in this photo. Stop in for a pint...

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  • 57. Kehoe's

    Just off of Grafton Street on Anne Street, you'll find this pub. Here's what I wrote in my journal about it: "The bar is dim and the wood is worn. I ordered a pint (that's all you have to say in...

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  • 58. Busyfeet & Coco

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Busyfeet is a centrally located low-key cafe that blends just the right mix of patrons and fare to make everyone feel welcome and satisfied. Everything is made from organic stuff, the rye bread...

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  • 59. O'Briens

    O'Briens is The Sandwich Bar of Ireland. Sort of like Subways, but not on a submarine bun. The one I was in had no seats, so more for on the go. I do believe some of them have seating. Quick, easy and...

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  • 60. Eden..

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Eden provides a great dining experience. Apart from the excellent food, there is something special about the atmosphere that is difficult to put one's finger on, but I've never left the place without...

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  • 61. Trentuno

    Trentuno for great coffee and good Italian food. It's a place that's good fun at any time. It's small, therefore intimate and the staff is very helpful. The pizza's are very good and during the day...

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  • 62. Belgo

    ******I HAVE BEEN ADVISED THAT THIS RESTAURANT HAS CLOSED *********** I Love Belgo, it is apart from the Shack, my favourite restaurant, and I have many memories from here - even though they may be...

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  • 63. MAO Café Bar

    3 out of 5 stars

    MAO offers an interesting mix of different Asian cuisine, like the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Thai, and Vietnamese. Ok, if you’re a purist of any of these culinary schools, this wont be a place you,...

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  • 64. La Stampa

    A great ambience in a fantastic restaurant - the decor is wonderful. A converted ballroom it has mirrors and is candlelit and is, to be frank, indescribable. The bar is at the front, there is a long...

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  • 65. Meeting House Square

    .If you're in Dublin on a Saturday morning head to the Meeting House Square in Temple Bar just behind Eustace Street. You can buy freshly baked bread, fresh vegetables and home made cheese or have a...

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  • 66. Montys of Kathmandu

    Tried nepalese for the first time so can not compare to any other. The food was wery much like indian food an we were satisfied. Can recommend this place as a great place to start a night out in the...

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  • 67. Lord Edward

    The Lord Edwardis Dublin’s oldest seafood restaurant and tavern. It's located on the second floor, above the Lord Edward Pub. The restaurant claims that if "serves the finest of fresh fish in an...

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  • 68. Chilli Bananna

    Chill Bananna drumcondra......very nice thai......best thai ive been to so far in Dublin. Staff are very friendly and polite...they are not long over to you when your rice runs out or when you look...

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  • 69. Chai-Yo Asian Restaurant

    This is not the cheapest option to get dinner in Dublin, but it's worth it. On the ground floor they have the famous large cooking spaces where the cook prepares the food in front of his guests...

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  • 70. Da Pino's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    A nice cosy restaurant, nothing flash. Could do with a little TLC though (the continually banging door as customers entered or left was a pain in the you-know-what!) and some refurbishment. The...

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  • 71. Alilang Restaurant

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This Korean and Chinese restaurant is great. The restaurant was full of Korean people...meaning it must be good Korean food. I had a seafood dish with boiled rice and my husband had a lamb dish with...

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  • 72. Ciao Bella Roma

    4 out of 5 stars

    This WAS undoubtedly the best Italian Pizzeria in Dublin. NOT ANYMORE. I went for family lunch on, Sunday 4th Nov 2007. The was no ham for the Cotto pizzas, So we opted for 1 Funghi, 1 Margherita with...

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  • 73. FXB's

    4 out of 5 stars

    For several generations Buckley's butchers have supplied the vittles, chops, and other manifestations of dead animal that have literally fuelled Dubliners in their journey from cradle to grave. In...

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  • 74. Rio Coffee Co

    This coffeehouse chain has several cafés in central Dublin, the addresses of two of which I have listed below. Nice place to have a coffee break during a shopping spree... Cheesecake!! Choice of...

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  • 75. Shalimar

    Dublin is riddled with Indian Tandoori's and Indian Restaurants but in my view Shalimar is second to none. It's slightly more expensive than the average but not so that it would burst the budget....

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