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Popular Restaurants in Dublin

If you're a first time visitor to Dublin, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Dublin.

What are some good restaurants in Dublin?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Dublin.

The Palace Bar
21 Fleet St Dublin 2, Ireland

(01) 671 7388
8 Poolbeg St Dublin City, Ireland

(01) 677 5582
Gravity Bar
St James Gate Dublin 8, Dublin

(01) 453 8364
The Pig's Ear
4 Nassau St Dublin City, Ireland

(01) 670 3865
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

(01) 676 4192
Matt The Thresher
32 Pembroke Street Lower Dublin, Dublin

(01) 676 2980
Brother Hubbard (North)
153 Capel St Dublin, County Dublin

(01) 441 1112
The Winding Stair
40 Lower Ormond Quay Dublin, Ireland

(01) 872 7320
Dicey Reilly's
21-25 Harcourt Street Dublin, Ireland

(01) 4784841
O'Neills Pub
Suffolk Street Dublin, Ireland
The Farm
3 Dawson St Dublin, Ireland
China Sichuan
1 The Forum, Ballymoss Rd, Sandyford Dublin, Ireland
Dublin, Ireland
The Pieman Cafe
Dublin, Ireland

+353 85 781 7321
Da Mimmo
148 N Strand Rd Dublin, County Dublin

(01) 856 1714


Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Dublin and The Palace Bar There are also some great bars in Bairro Alto Lisbon and I have a really soft spot for Perch in Los Angeles"  See More

"Brother Hubbard is good for brunch as is Coppinger RowChameleon in Temple Bar serves really good Indonesian food."  See More

"They offer tours and you can have a free pint in their Gravity Bar which has nice views of the city."  See More

"Our best (Michelin starred) gourmet places are Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud Chapter One Restaurant and L'Ecrivain Restaurant These are my favourite places for great food in town: Pichet The Pig's Ear The Vintage Kitchen Dax Restaurant - Dublin Restaurant and Winding Stair Bookshop - for brunch or more casual dining: Coppinger Row Whitefriar Grill - Dublin Brunch Steakhouse or Keshk Cafe Restaurant (Keshk is a friendly Lebanese restaurant with a byo drinks policy and no corkage charge"  See More

"At the The Winding Stair, on lower Ormond Quay, the emphasis is on organic Irish cooking, and is surprisingly good."  See More

"Dicey Reilly's on Tuesday night, they make special offers and its been announced as the brazilian night."  See More

"O'Neills Pub in city center is great."  See More

"For good Irish food I like The Farm and The Winding Stair"  See More

"China Sichuan is one of the best Chinese restaurants in Dublin and perhaps the whole country!"  See More

"For a quick meal, try Pieman on Crown Alley (near the downtown area)."  See More

"For a quick bite, try The Pieman Cafe for a quick meal under 10 euro."  See More

"Da Mimmo - for authentic and reasonably priced Italian food (pasta of course), pizza and calzones."  See More

Where can I find out more about Dublin?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Dublin locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Dublin.

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