County Dublin Restaurants

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  • Restaurants
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County Dublin Restaurants

  • Leo Burdock Fish & Chips

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 the wait. It's a take away which means basically no sitting down. However if you go towards Christ Church and on the left of that you will find a small...

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  • Bloody stream pub

    4 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    I first came across this pub after my second trip to Howth, when I stopped for a Guinness before boarding the DART back to Dublin. At the end of my recent trip to Howth in July 09, it was a very welcome refuge from the torrential downpour, that had soaked me to the skin! A roaring fire (in the middle of Summer!) was very welcome-as I dried off...

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  • Gallagher's Boxty House

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    If you are in Dublin, this is a MUST eat whether it is for lunch or dinner. This is Modern Irish Cuisine at its best. OK, so what is a Boxty? Boxties are the invention of Pádraic Óg Gallagher, a noted expert on potatoes (really). He developed 3 kinds of originally in Leitrim and they can be found in the border counties of Leitrim, Cavan and...

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  • Maud's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    Maud’s is a café on Harbour Road, just in front of the harbour. They serve a seafood soup with local catch that seems to be very popular. I ordered a combo, which is the seafood soup (it was good and filling) plus half a smoked salmon sandwich (with some salad) for 9.95 Euro. The large orange juice was 2.25 Euro and served in a tetra pack. The ice...

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  • Bad Ass Cafe

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 the atmosphere and food. However after trying the new-old I will not come back. Any other pub will give you better food and better atmosphere. There...

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  • King Sitric

    4 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    Our "3 hour walking tour of Howth" was seriously, but happily, curtailed when we decided to have lunch first. We set out to find King Sitric after a reliable recommendation and it surpassed everything we'd heard. The freshest, finest seafood I've ever had in a most beautiful setting. Our table overlooked the swirling sea (it was February) and...

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  • Bewley's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 coffee, and cake. They have many choices, we tried carrot cake and lemon pie.. both perfectly made. While there we sat and enjoyed the big stained glass...

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  • Beshoffs

    2 out of 5 stars

    Howth Restaurants

    Beshoff's market Tapas grill Howth awfull treatment to customers 7th April 2012. 2pm. The bill was wrong: they were wanted to charge us 9 euro for one glass of Albarinio wine when the menu said 7.50. My surprise came after talking to two members of the staff that did not do anything, although the first acknowledged the mistake in the menus. Finally...

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  • Elephant & Castle

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 (thinking it would be ultra-touristy). But I was wrong. The food was inventive, fresh, and inexpensive. The crowd was replete with Dubliners and hardly...

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  • Beshoff's Restaurant

    3 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 emerged in Britain as a more upmarket Fish & chip restaurant - and a similar thing happened in Dublin. Beshoffs two city centre restaurants are both...

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  • Temple Bar

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    The Arlington Hotel (O Connell Bridge) has a large restaurant and bar in Temple Bar. They advertise great Irish Food, etc. I joined another VT member for lunch here and was a bit disappointed. My beer, an O’Hara’s Stout, was the star of the show. Actually several were. Followed up with some Jameson Whiskey’s. OK, no it was not a liquid lunch. We...

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  • Foley's Bar and Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 playing ballads and jigs. I could almost hear my Irish ancestors smiling down upon me. If you're going to Dublin for a real Irish experience, this was...

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  • Oliver St John Gogarty's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 it looks a bit over the top, and again I was afraid of walking into a tourist trap. In the end we decided to give it a try anyhow and as it turns out,...

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  • Botticelli

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 if I could think of one word to describe Botticelli's it would be -- FRESH. Fresh tomato sauce, newly cut salami...the first thing you might notice on...

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  • Butlers Chocolate Cafe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 and Naussau streets and check out some of the shops. It was an absolutely freezing day (fitting as it was the day all of the Christmas lights were...

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  • Avoca Cafe

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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, desserts and gourmet dishes. The Café has table service and provides also organic fruit juices and numerous other homemade treats. What is best that it...

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  • Fitzers

    2.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 periodically and they have specials which are not on the menu. This will be a great choice for food if you are into an atmospheric night out in the...

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  • Captain Americas

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    Captain Americas is proud to claim that they brought the original hamburger to Ireland back in December 1971. Since then they have managed to accumulate all sorts of items from famous people so in some ways it looks a little like a Hard Rock Café when you are walking up the stairs. Their memorabilia includes items from U2, Debbie Harry and David...

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  • Wagamama

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 a stop that had to be made, simply to get the T-Shirt if nothing else. Located in St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre, it's located on the outside,...

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  • Chapter one

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 the walls were clad in tinted glass and mirrors to reflect the maximum amount of light into the dining room. The halogen spot downlighters provided...

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  • Odessa

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 would think food from there. It is possible the dishes were upscale Ukrainian food but the food was to me was good wholesome food. There are two areas to...

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  • Govindas

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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! The local is maybe the smallest of the 3 in town, but the atmosphere is warm and people share tables having their meals. Service is very friendly and...

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  • Mexico to Rome

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    The food was terrible and service even worse. I ordered Nacho chips and salsa - got Doritos with tomato sauce. The chicken burrito tasted salty and canned. Then they wouldn't give me the early bird price because I got the salsa instead of the more expensive guacamole so it cost me twice as much as it should have. This was a terrible experience - I...

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  • Cafe Bar Deli

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    The food is very good at this restaurant. It is one of the few restaurants with wheelchair accessible toilets and access on Grafton. I totally recommend the mackerel pate and the pizzas (beef and jalapeno pizza was great). If you do order a pizza, the portion size is big enough for at least 2 people to share. Make sure to stock up on tea from...

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  • Thai Orchid

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    We had a little VT meeting here in August when AlainSmeets came to town, along with his friend & IrishFem (Louise) 's brother MIchael and his friend Peter. I just had egg-noodles, cos (a)i was broke and (b) had already eaten dinner :) but there is always room for some wine ;-) Everyone was happy with what they had ordered, so I guess thats a...

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  • Davy Byrnes

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    James Joyce mentioned Davy Byrnes pub in several occasions, both in Dubliners and Ulysses. In Ulysses in particular, Bloom eats here, as the following quote tells you. "Mr Bloom ate his stripes of sandwich, fresh clean bread, with relish of disgust, pungent mustard, the feety savour of green cheese. Sips of his wine soothed his palate. Not logwood...

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  • Milano's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    milano's is a very good italian restaurant in the temple bar area. located in an area that is known for it's high prices. milano's offered excellent italian food at moderate prices. i would recommend this restaurant when in the temple bar area.

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  • Eddie Rocket's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 and open until 4am at the weekend. Re-opening at 9am for the usual trade. There is a waiter/waitress who will come to your table to take your order....

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  • Little Caeser's Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    Little Caesar’s was my favourite restaurant when I studied in Dublin. Whatever the occasion - Valentine’s Day, parents visit or an evening out with friends, it was always a good choice as the food was delicious and the prices were fair. The original restaurant was on Balfe Street, just of Grafton street near the Westbury Hotel, but in the last few...

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  • Mongolian Barbeque Restaurant

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 it to the chef who will cook it, you take it back to your table, eat and repeat as often as desired. I love the food, but the service is rather...

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  • Roly's Bistro

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 course we were not charged for it. This place is always busy so you really should make a reservation. I prefer the tables upstairs, though I have to say...

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  • Abrakebabra

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 with chips. It was tasty -- and very messy (because of the sauces). This meal is especially popular with the late-night pub crowd. The photo is of the...

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  • Gin Palace

    5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 bite to eat when you're out shopping! Tapas: Albondigas, meatballs in spicy tomato sauce. Pinchitos, chicken pieces with mushroom and peppers on a...

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  • Epicurean Centre

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 elsewhere. The food hall deals with A LOT of customers and you are unlikely to get service with a smile here. When I visited I had a baked potato from one...

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  • The Lord Mayor's Room

    5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 town, but what I can say is that it was an absolutely memorable experience amidst hushed, elegant surroundings. Food is brought to you by servers...

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  • The Shack

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 us, we were drawn into "The Shack" because of their fixed price, early bird menu (served 12 until 7pm). A 3 course meal (starter, main and dessert)...

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  • Luigi Malones

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    fusion restaurant. It seems quite a fad in Dublin - combine a foreign sounding name with an authentically Irish type one. Where will it all end ? Seamus's Wang Ho chop and chip shop ? EL Cordobles Murphy's spanish Tapas bar ? The possibilities are endless. This place, at least, does authentic Italian food aimed at the mid-market. Daytime prices...

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  • Yamamori Noodles

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    A Japanese noodle restaurant located on Georges Street. Cheap and cheerful, they don't take reservations for dinner, a great place to go for lunch. The staff are really friendly and you may end up sitting with strangers, tables seat about 8. Starters and side dishes which include Crispy Vegetable Won Ton, Prawn dumplings with pak choi, Deep fried...

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  • Tante Zoé's

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    I saw a sign 10 euros, was hungry and tired so went in. The place was dead so I thought it would be so so especially for 10 euros but I got a large soup for starters and shared a real home made burger that was huge and a blackened chicken. Both delicious The huge burger was tasty and the crunchy vegetables on the side were lovely

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  • Nude Cafe

    Dublin Restaurants

    They may have other non-veggie stuff there, but I had some good carrot soup and a muffin with some apple juice---all for about $10 US, not bad. Lots of students from Trinity in here, and young attractive wait staff. Very open layout---- Carrot soup---sweet and fresh

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  • Aya Restaurant

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 seats and given a menu whislt we watched the conveyor belt going round with so many delicious dishes on it. The restaurant have a special for 55 minutes...

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  • Pasta Fresca

    3 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    It is a small restaurants.....with tables too close to each other, but I am always comming back. The food is really good and waiters will do their best to make you feel comfortable. Chat in Italian is always welcome :). Linguine pescatore.

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  • Toscana

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    Found toscana by accident, the food at toscana was really nice, great portions, nice presentation and great value. I loved the atmosphere, very busy for a tuesday night, seemed to be filled with locals, there was a great buzz and they turned off all the lights and sang happy birthday to another table. Tiger prawns were amazing, i never saw them so...

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  • Cafe En Seine

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dublin Restaurants

    This is a great place! It's located away from the pub crawl scene. So if you want something other than a warm and cozy pub, the cafe en seine is the place to go. It is a sophisticated, classy, high rent restaurant/nightclub and jam packed crowded on the weekends. Believe me, this is no pub. However, like all of Dublin you will have a great...

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  • Mermaid Cafe

    Dublin Restaurants

    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 prestigious 'Best Restaurant in Temple Bar' award, which is no mean feat given the number of good eateries in the area. The food is outstanding with, not...

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