EPICUREAN FOOD HALL

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EPICUREAN FOOD HALL
Lr Liffey Street, Dublin 1 Dublin city
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A popular place for international foods, sold at very reasonable prices, the hall is open every day and it's an enjoyable place to browse.

EPICUREAN FOOD HALL

On the corner of Liffey Street and Middle Abbey Street, The Epicurean Food Hall brought great excitement to this area of the city when it opened in1999 and is still a buzzy place. It's a collection of small units/dublin restaurants with a common seating area where you will find a wide range of international foods, mainly cooked to order and sold at very reasonable prices.


One of the longest established is La Corte (01 873 4200), one of the north river outposts of Stefano Crescenzi and David Izzo's smart Italian café (see entry), and traditionalists will be pleased to find a branch of Leo Burdock's, famous for their fish & chips.


The hall is open during the day every day (opens later on Sunday, remains open for late shoppers on Thursday evening); it's an enjoyable place to browse.


 

Open: Mon-Wed 9am-7pm,Thu-Sat 9am-8pm, Sun 11am-7pm abbreviations
Last Updated: 06-07-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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On the corner of Liffey Street and Middle Abbey Street.

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