Halibut at L'Ecrivan

Four Michelin Star Restaurants in Dublin

Dublin has some really good restaurants and a few have been awarded Michelin stars,
Here are our selection of Dublin Michelin Star restaurants:

dublin michelin star restaurants
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Patrick Guilbaud

Patrick Guilbaud is Ireland’s only two-starred Michelin star restaurant and has been at the centre of Dublin’s fine dining scene since 1981. Paris-born Patrick Guilbaud maintains a passion for excellence and together with his top-class chef and excellent staff, produces many haute cuisine dishes using the absolute best of ingredients,

The restaurant is located beside the 5 star Merrion Hotel in Dublin city centre and the cuisine is described as ‘contemporary Irish with classical roots’.

As well as having achieved and retained 2 Michelin Stars, Patrick Guilbaud’s has been acclaimed worldwide in many of the prestigious journals and newspapers and by the top food critics.

Website: Patrick Guilbaud

Dublin Michelin Star Restaurants – Chapter One

Located at 19 Parnell Square North in the centre of Dublin, Chapter One is one of the leading Michelin star restaurants in Dublin.
This restaurant prides itself in the use of the best Irish  foods from specialist growers and artisan producers who have been tried an tested since the earliest days of the restaurant. The menu lists the suppliers so you can tell where the products came from.

Steamed wild sea bass with organic celeriac
Steamed wild sea bass with organic celeriac

Ross Lewis and Martin Corbett have been running Chapter One for 15 years and the list of awards gained by this restaurant has grown year in year out. I got its Michelin Star Awarded in 2007 and jus a few of the other awards include Georgina Campbell Guide – Best Restaurant 2001, Dubliner Magazine Restaurant of the Year 2006 and 2008 and Food & Wine Awards Best Restaurant 2004, 2006, 2009, 2010 and 2012.

To get an idea of the type of dishes served at Chapter One here are some of tthe items on the ‘Taster’ Menu:
Mushroom consommé with woodland mushrooms, celeriac and buttermilk emulsion.
Poached Atlantic lobster with fresh cherry tomato jelly and salted white peach, sweet basil yoghurt and cherry blossom vinegar.
Turbot with pickled fennel and braised white beans, Fingal Ferguson’s bacon cooked in yeast, cockles and razor clams, lemon butter.
Achill island black faced lamb, leeks gratinated with gremolata, boudin of lamb and oatmeal, pickled garlic sauce and buttermilk potatoes

And that’s just a taste of ‘The Taster’

Website: Chapter One

Salmon Dish at Thornton's
Salmon Dish at Thornton’s

Thornton’s

Located in the 5 star Fitzwilliam Hotel on St Stephen’s Green, Thornton’s earned a Michelin star and has been listed as Number 25 in the top 50 Restaurants of the World. Chef Kevin Thornton, is in charge and his work  prompted the hard to impress restaurant critic Paolo Tullio to describe the food at Thornton’s as ‘the very pinnacle of gastromony’.
If this selection from their lunch menu dpesn’t whet your appetite, yhere are many other tasty dishes there:

Roast Wood Pigeon, Chestnut Purée, Chanterelle Mushrooms
Wicklow Sika Deer, Sweet Potato Gnocchi, Valrhona Sauce
Poached Burgundy Pear, Pear Parfait and Pear Sorbet
Tea or Coffee.
As well as a Lunch Menu there are also Pre Theatre, Dinner, Tasting, and Canape Menus as well as an extensive Wine List.

Halibut at L'Ecrivan
Halibut at L’Ecrivan

L’Ecrivan

L’Ecrivan has been one of the shining lights of Dublin’s food scene since opening  in 1989. Chef Derry Clarke trained in the Man Friday in Kinsale before returning to Dublin to continue his training at Coq Hardi for four years. With wife Sally-Anne he has developed L’Ecrivan French into one of  Dublin’s most desirable traditional French restaurant which is highly acclaimed by Ireland’s food-lovers.
Here is a sample starter and Main Course from the A La Carte Menu:

Organic Sea Trout with Saffron Coulis, Spinach, Samphire, Mussels, Bacon
Pork Belly with Carrot Purée, Black Pudding, Sweet Potato.

Like most Michelin Star restaurants, Dublin Michelin Star restaurants can be quite expensive but it is worth splashing out once in a while to experience the finest, most delicious food that Ireland has to offer.

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