Dublin Restaurants

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  • 76. Nosh, Dalkey - closed

    Nosh keeps things simple. Small menu, pleasant surroundings, effortless service and well created food. I had fish & chips. In fact the best chips ever, with gourmet mushy peas. Only Nosh could make...

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  • 77. Patrick Guilbaud

    This incredible gastronomic paradise is Dublin's only (to my knowledge) two Michelin star restaurant and, after my recent experience there, it deserves every point on those two stars. To date...

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  • 78. Shack

    You want Irish Food? This is your place, located in the middle of Temple Bar, without the Pub Atmosphere. This restaurant has exceptional food, and lots of choices. If I had a chance to go back to any...

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  • 79. Surma

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Some of the best Indian food I have ever had. Typical decor, slightly upscale. So good, we went back and took our friend. Two entrees and two side dishes shared between the three of us was more than...

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  • 80. The Bank on College Green

    5 out of 5 stars

    The Bank is not the usual place on this side of the Atlantic, I got into it by accident while hanging around the city, it was looking interesting and I was curious. It is surely not another typical...

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  • 81. The Pantry

    We could have paid extra for breakfast at our hotel, but having read mixed reviews (In hind-sight, I'm sure that the hotel breakfast would have been very good), and having got up quite late, we...

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  • 82. V'n V, formerly Verres en Vers @ Radisson Blu

    This gorgeous French eatery is part of the glamorous new Radisson Royal Hotel, situated at the aptly named Golden Lane on the fashionable South side of Dublin. For a hotel restaurant it's...

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  • 83. Wilde @ The Westbury

    I've been using the restaurants at the Westbury hotel as a handy stop off place for lunch for 20 years or more now. One delightful thing about the hotel is its ability to reinvent the eateries from...

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  • 84. 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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  • 85. Mermaid Cafe - closed

    Mermaid Cafe The Mermaid is an excellent little restaurant located on Dame Street, which is just far enough off the Temple Bar strip that Dubliners might actually go to it. It has won the...

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  • 86. Eden - closed and moved location

    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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  • 87. Butlers Chocolate Cafe, Henry Street

    We were on our way to the Airlink stop for our ride to airport when we spotted this place. WE didn't have time to eat breakfast before leaving the hotel, so we decided to stop in and grab a cup of...

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  • 88. Beshoff Restaurant, Westmoreland Street - closed

    3 out of 5 stars

    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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  • 89. Butlers Chocolate Cafe, Grafton Street

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    I know there are at least three of these in central Dublin, but I only shopped in the one on Grafton Street. The hot chocolate was pretty good and, with the free truffle thrown in, a decent bargain....

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  • 90. Calzone

    4 out of 5 stars

    Calzoni Café is a small and at lunchtime very busy place. I stopped here as it was possible to sit outside (being February with a lot of snow at home I must take the chance). I was not the only person...

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  • 91. Carluccios

    I was able to take advantage of a "Dine in Dublin" week promotion - three courses for 22 Euros. I thought it was quite a good deal. For my main, I had the pasta alla vodka which was properly robust...

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  • 92. Dandelion

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dandelion is a good place to go for a bite in a handy location on Stephens Green. The burgers are good but they usualy have a few specials that are worth looking at as well. Later on, the place gets...

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  • 93. Eliza Blues - renamed Italian Corner

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is a pleasant and very popular spot in Temple Bar, which has a great location with big windows facing the river liffey at the new Millenium bridge. If you're a people watcher or like to be part...

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  • 94. Green Chilli, Howth - closed

    5 out of 5 stars

    Located in Howth just 20 mins from the city centre by train (dart) Go on a Sunday for Sunday lunch....10 euro specials..will get you a starter and main course......go for the chicken tikka...

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  • 95. Il Posto

    4 out of 5 stars

    This downstairs italian is right along the expensive St Stephen Green home to many high class and thus pricey restaurants. This one especially if you make it for there prix fixe is affordable with the...

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  • 96. Kingfisher

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    As we were walking down Parnell Street around lunch time, there was no way we could resist the sunny sidewalk terrace of The Kingfisher once we spotted it. As you might have guessed from its name,...

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  • 97. l'Gueuleton

    l'Gueuleton is a really nice French Bistro here in the heart of Dublin. The restaurant is located in a non-discript street away from all the tourit locations. While in Dublin during business a few...

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  • 98. La Mere Zou

    Fed up of the restaurants at home, I was delighted to get out of town for a day and meet one of my favourite friends for lunch in Dublin. Her husband was also there and I was meeting him for the first...

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  • 99. Les Freres Jaques

    Harry & I had a great meal here. It is not cheap at all, but worth every penny. The location is on the busy and slightly grooty street and it seemed as if the cramped interior din't bother fans of...

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  • 100. The Brazen Head

    5 out of 5 stars

    The pub has a special atmosphere. It is nice and happy people there, and at night it is singing with traditional Irish songs and local musicians. They have won prices for their traditional foods. I...

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