For those who want to take a break from cooking and who want to treat themselves to the festive delights of Christmas, why not have your Christmas lunch professionally cooked and served up to you in comfort. There are quite few hotels and restaurants in Dublin where you can get a great Christmas Lunch with all the trimmings. Christmas Lunch in Dublin in 2018 can be the feast to remember.
7 Dublin Hotels serving Christmas Lunch
This Dublin 4 star hotel offers a 5 course Christmas lunch with a half bottle of wine as well as evening entertainment.
The Shelbourne Hotel
This famous 5 star Dublin Hotel is serving a 5 Course Christmas day lunch or dinner in The Saddle Room Restaurant and a visit from Santa Claus in The Lord Mayor’s Lounge.
The Merrion Hotel
Enjoy a luxurious five-course Christmas meal in the plush surroundings of one of Dublin’s top 5 star hotels.
Lunch or dinner costs €215 per person.
Enjoy a five course Christmas Day lunch in the Fahrenheit Restaurant at Clontarf Castle
Includes Chilled champagne with entertainment laid on.
Christmas Day Lunch is between 12.30pm & 3.30pmand costs €189 per adult/€89 per Child
Bonnington Hotel Dublin
Our Traditional Christmas Day Lunch is somewhat of a tradition now. We have been welcoming and serving a great Christmas Day in the Bonnington Dublin for over twenty years now. For more information please contact our team on 353 (1) 837 3544
€85.00 per Adult, €49.00 per child
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport
Christmas Day lunch at the Clayton is specially prepared by our chefs and features hand reared free-range turkey, and local seasonal produce to serve a delicious Christmas 5 course meal
from 12:30pm or 3.00pm
at €119.00 per person (Children under 12 – €39.00)
Christmas Day Lunch in the Seasons Restaurant starts with a glass of bubbly, followed by a wide range of dishes choices from the Christmas Menus.
€195.00 per person. (50% discount for children under 12)
Cheaper Christmas Lunch in Dublin
When it comes to Christmas Lunch, Dublin restaurants which are open are scarce. This is probably because traditionally, people cook and eat at home on Christmas Day. Also, the sale of alcohol is restricted.
There are very few non-hotel restaurants open on Christmas Day but there are a few mainly Asian and ethnic restaurants open in the city centre around O’Connell Street, Capel Street and Parnell Street.
One which is tried and tested is:
M & L Chinese
13/14 Cathedral St, North City, Dublin City, Co. Dublin, D01 K8K3
This is a good place in the city centre to have something other than the traditional Irish Christmas dinner.
Christmas Day Dinner for the Homeless
Let’s not forget the homeless this Christmas as we tuck in to our turkey and wine.
There are a number of charities which provide Christmas Day dinners for the poor and homeless of Dublin.
One is the Order of the Knights of St. Columbanus who have provided meals on Christmas Day for the poor and homeless of Dublin City and surrounding areas since 1924. The demand is increasing each year.
Volunteers will be preparing meals at the RDS in Ballsbridge, Dublin.
The 450 guests will be provided with soup, traditional Christmas dinner, Christmas pudding and refreshments.
Find out more at http://www.christmasdaydinner.com/
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