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
Restaurants in Dublin
Dublin has a huge variety of restaurants ranging from the most basic takeaways to Michelin Star restaurants. Whether you are looking for genuine Irish cuisine or an ethnic restaurant from almost any country in the world, it can be found in Dublin.
Check here regularly for information on places to find the best of tasty dishes in Dublin.
Dublin has a reputation for a number of speciality dishes including Dublin Bay Prawns and Dublin Coddle and with fresh fish available daily, a variety of seafood dishes is always on offer.
Restaurants in Dublin for all Tastes
As well as Irish and European Restaurants in Dublin the most popular (and numerous) are Chinese, Italian, Indian and Thai. These vary from cheap and cheerful to really classy eateries. Almost every nationality is represented by some good restaurants including Spanish, Vietnamese, Mongolian, Lebanese and many more.
What do you do if you don't feel like spending Christmas Day preparing the turkey, cooking and washing up? This year, for a change, you would like to take it easy and have it served up to you. If you are looking for a place to have Christmas Day Dinner Dublin has some options despite the fact that all pubs and most restaurants are closed for the day. Sale of alcohol is prohibited except when served with a meal in a
TripAdvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards has published a list of the top 10 restaurants in Ireland. This was compiled on the basis of reviews left by users. This is considered a reliable assessment, especially where there a good number of reviews. Mulberry Garden Dublin is No. 1 Mulberry Garden Restaurant in Donnybrook came out on top in Ireland. At the time of writing it has 413 reviews on TripAdvisor, of which 314
The Unicorn Italian Restaurant Dublin is one of the finest and most popular Italian restaurants in Dublin. Located just off St. Stephen's Green, The Unicorn is a favourite eating place for visitors to the many attractions around the area and for theatre goers and night clubbers. The Unicorn has been around since 1938 and many celebrities and stars of stage, screen and music have sampled its delights throughout the
Much of the fresh fish and seafood in Dublin comes from the fishing port of Howth, just north of Dublin. It is there also that some of the best seafood restaurants are located and where you will find fish dishes containing the freshest fish possible. Here are our five favourite seafood restaurants in Dublin: Crabby Jo's 14 West Pier, Howth, Co. Dublin Crabby Jo's is run by Wrights of Howth, a family who
Konkan Indian Restaurant There are two branches of Konkan Indian Restaurant in Dublin, at Upper Clanbrassil Street, Dublin 8 and at Upper Kilmacud Road, Dundrum, Dublin 14. If you love authentic Indian food or if you have considered giving it a try, Konkan is the place to go. They have a huge list of Indian delicacies and regional specialties on their A la Carte, Early Bird and Tasting Menus. They cook in genuine
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud in Merrion Street won the title of Ireland’s best restaurant at Irish Resaurant Awards at the Doubletree Hilton last night. Stéphane Robin, manager at Patrick Guilbaud said that everyone is delighted at this award. Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is well-known in Dublin as a fine dining experience for over thirty years and is Ireland's only two star Michelin restaurant. Voting for
Are you in Dublin, starving, but not in the mood for dressing up and going to a fancy restaurant? Or maybe you are in self catering accommodation and are too lazy to do any cooking? Well, Dublin has hundreds of fast food outlets, the usual names like McDonald's, super Max, Eddie Rockets and many more. But if you want the best in Takeaway food here are our suggestions for the Five Top Takeaways in Dublin: Leo
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
Just what is it that makes The Pepper Pot, in the middle of a beautiful period building, special? Maybe it’s their crumbly Guinness and pumpkin seed bread topped with local cream cheese and Burren smoked salmon, their organic cabbage soup with chilli and caraway seed or the to-die-for black pudding, red onion marmalade and Cashel Blue cheese tart. This establishment has a justified confidence about its produce,