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Dublin Restaurants

Dublin Restaurants - find the best here:

Welcome to our Dublin Restaurants page. There are many online restaurant directories covering Dublin Restaurants very comprehensively - just as the phone book does - but this leaves you with a lot of work trawling through the good, the bad and the downright ugly to find a restaurant in Dublin that meets your requirements.

But there aren't any websites like ours that independently & anonymously assess Dublin Restaurants, we pay our bills like anyone else and then only recommend the best, our assessors are made up of some of Ireland's finest food writers, critics, ex chefs & hoteliers and of course Georgina Campbell herself. All of this adds up to us taking the work out of finding the best restaurant in Dublin for your particular needs that day. There are possibly thousands of places to eat in Dublin, but we recommend under 300 across the entire county from the very best fine dining to the nicest cafés with home made soups and daily baking. Our recommendations - like those of a close friend - can be trusted.

We have given some of the most popular searches as quick links below, or alternatively scroll down to use the search engine that allows you to search Dublin Restaurants by cuisine, genre, type and price band.

Happy hunting and bon appetit!

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Found 210 matches, showing 21 - 30 below.

Farrier & Draper / La Cucina

Dublin 2, Dublin City
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100%
2 votes
3 euro
Located to the side of the elegant Powerscourt Centre on Dublin’s busy South William Street, Farrier & Draper is the latest venue from the Mercantile Group, who are responsible for several restaurants and bars around the city. This former ni ...

Piglet

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Drinks / Wine Bar
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100%
2 votes
Wine lovers should make a beeline for Piglet Wine Bar, an authentic osteria located down the quieter end of Temple Bar. The small premises, complete with outdoor tables that open onto lovely Cow's Lane, is run by Italian wine importer, Enrico Fantasia, ...

Chapter One Restaurant

Dublin 1, Dublin City
Restaurant
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94%
18 votes
4 euro Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality. Previous Georgina Campbell Guides Award Winner
 In the former home of the great John Jameson of whiskey fame, and one of the leading Dublin restaurants, Chapter One was our Restaurant of the Year way back in 2001 when everybody thought southside was the place to be. Since then many others ha ...

Davy Byrnes

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Pub
Davy Byrnes Pub
80%
10 votes
1 euro
Just off Grafton Street, Davy Byrnes is one of Dublin's most famous pubs - references in Joyce's Ulysses mean it is very much on the tourist circuit. Despite all this fame it remains a genuine, well-run place and is equally popular with Dubliners, who ...

Klaw The Seafood Café

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Fish & Seafood / Restaurant
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100%
2 votes
New Recommendation - recommended for the first time within the last 6 months 3 euro Serious About Seafood
Niall Sabongi’s third seafood restaurant is as cool and clever as its sibling establishments – this time a compact corner café in the shadow of the old Central Bank. The glass walled box wraps around a booths-and-bar counter set-up, ...

The Farm

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Restaurant
100%
5 votes
2 euro Denotes genuine Irish food culture, ie special Irish food products/companies/producers, and highlights the best places to shop for regional and artisan foods; the selection excludes obvious 'non-Irish' elements regardless of quality, eg ethnic restaurants and specialists in coffee, wine and other drinks, unless relevant to local production or history. Eat & Stay establishments are chosen for their commitment to showcasing local produce and Irish hospitality.
Organic and, where possible, local is the theme of The Farm, one of the most ethically operated Dublin restaurants. Situated prominently at the lower end of Dawson Street bear the entrance to Trinity College, the funky modern design and pavement table ...

Hanley at the Bar

Dublin 7, Dublin City
Restaurant
100%
1 votes
3 euro
Well known caterer Claire Hanley's smart daytime Dublin restaurants near the Jameson Distillery and is perennially popular with business lunchers and the lawyers from the nearby Law Library and the Four Courts, but was otherwise a well-kept secret unti ...

Morgan Hotel

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Hotel
100%
1 votes
2 euro
In deepest Temple Bar, this unusual boutique hotel is characterised by clean simple lines and uncluttered elegance. This Dublin Hotels bedrooms have 6' beds in light beech, with classic white cotton bed linen and natural throws, while standard bedroom ...

Bow Lane

Dublin 2, Dublin City
100%
1 votes
3 euro
Owner Geoff Nordell has already done much to lively up this stretch of Aungier Street with his cheerful and hugely popular White Friar Grill. After significant investment into the next door site, formerly Delaney’s Bar and Off-licence, an extensi ...

The Clarence Hotel, Cleaver East Restaurant & Octagon Bar

Dublin 2, Dublin City
Bar / Hotel / Restaurant
100%
1 votes
3 euro Deluxe Accommodation Serious About Seafood
Dating back to 1852, this Dublin hotel has long had a special place in the hearts of Irish people - especially the clergy and the many who regarded it as a home from home when 'up from the country' for business or shopping in Dublin - largely because o ...
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