Where to Eat in Dublin?
Dublin city is a vibrant city bulging with Fine Dining, Gastro Bars, Cafes, Food Halls, Coffee Shops, Cuisine from all corners of the world and the best pint of Guiness to be found.
Depending on the mood you are in Dublin has a fantastic array of top quality places to eat
and here are just a few...
Really good Restaurants
If the kitchen is the engine room of Chapter One then the restaurant is most definitely “The Good Room”! It has been renovated and upgraded over the past five years under the watchful eye of our interior architect Maria MacVeigh. It is sleek and elegant with the use of textured fabrics and warm colours to create a comfortable and elegant space.
Sichuan Cuisine originates from Sichuan province in south western China. It is renowned for its bold flavours brought about by liberal use of garlic and Sichuan peppers. Be aware when you ask for spicy... they mean SPICY!!!
Great places for a burger
Aberdeen Angus burgers are mouth watering good and are rumoured to cure the worst of hangovers! Totally lives up to the hype. Definitely a menu styled off of In and Out in California, Bunsen delivers freshly minced burgers to order. It being freshly minced allows them to offer you the option to order it rare or medium rare (an oddity in Ireland, I can assure you).
F.X.BUCKLEY. Steakhouse at The Bull and Castle offers Irelands best steaks, with the experience and knowledge of over 25 years of serving the perfect steak. We change our menus seasonally to reflect the best Irish produce and to ensure the highest quality in both our beef and local fresh seafood.
Crackbird does chicken so well. Just think of a really really good version of KFC.
CrackBird, one of restaurant entrepreneur Joe Macken's litany of trendy Dublin eateries has been rehoused several times, now taking pride of place in an old Chinese restaurant on Dame Street. Macken has pretty much single-handedly brought fried chicken back in fashion, but it's the quality of CrackBird that really makes it a cut above the rest. You can opt for a full or half chicken in either buttermilk batter or soy and garlic. The sides are all reasonably priced and you can wash it down with a large jam jar full of lime and ginger spritz or homemade lemonade without breaking the bank.
Afternoon tea anyone?
The Villiage at Lyons does tea parties like no other.
Brunch in the Cafe is worth the trip! Everything we ordered was delicious & served hot. The "afternoon tea" inspired sharing breakfast looked fantastic and I'll be back to try it
The Lord Mayor's Lounge has provided a platform to immortalise each of Dublin's Lord Mayors who, on the day of their inauguration, take a short stroll from his residence at the Mansion House to The Shelbourne Hotel to partake of refreshments in the legendary Lord Mayor's Lounge.