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This is a purpose-built Dublin restaurants on the first floor above the Terenure Inn pub, and the decor - a contemporary, smart interior in soft primary colours - reflects an innovative food philosophy, which offers colourful, beautifully presented and updated versions o ...
Located in an informal dining piazza to the rear of Dundrum Town Centre, this younger sister to the well-known Dunne & Crescenzi restaurants offers al fresco dining alongside the fountains in the Old Mill Pond. Decorated in tune with the style of food service - simp ...
This partnership between Asheesh Dewan, owner of the outstanding Jaipur restaurants, and Atul Kochhar, the first Indian chef to receive a Michelin star for his renowned London restaurant Benares, promised a new benchmark for Indian food in Ireland and - that promise seem ...
Located just before the Harold’s Cross Bridge, the homely red frontage and the fairy lights in Konkan’s window convey an informal charm to passers by. Once inside, this Dublin restaurants small welcoming dining room is modestly decorated with a plush red c ...
Ranelagh may be a foodie hot spot but its brightest culinary star shines down a narrow laneway tucked in between a few mews houses and business lock-ups off the main strip. Despite the obscure location, which has never enjoyed the benefits of passing trade, Michie Sushi ...
An excellent restaurant serving imaginative cooking in a stylish setting - La Reserve may be small but there’s no limit to the capabilities of Burgundian chef-proprietor Jerome Fernandes, who champions the best of Gallic cooking. Leather banquettes run along both ...