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Enoteca Torino

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Café / Restaurant

1 euro
Address:
Enoteca Torino
Grattan Crescent, Inchicore , Dublin 8 Dublin City
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3 votes
Tel: +353 1 453 7791

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A good value Italian restaurant serving favourite dishes with flair

Enoteca Torino

A pleasant walk away from Kilmainham Gaol and associated attractions this Italian café/restaurant is situated on the ground floor of a modern building but the atmosphere inside is cosy and the restaurant has an immediate feel of authenticity.


The fare is typical of the many similar Italian restaurants which have sprung up around Dublin in recent years. The starters include mixed cheese and bread plates and crostinis and main courses are primarily pasta based with one or two specials available every day.


A small selection of wine is available by the bottle or by the glass and a varied selection of desserts are on display for diners to make their choice.


This Dublin restaurants a great addition to the area and offers good value.

Seats 40; Mon-Sun, 10-am-11pm (from 12 Sun). abbreviations
Last Updated: 28-04-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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