If you're a first time visitor to Sandycove, 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 near Sandycove.
Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Sandycove.
Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:
"If you like lebanese food go to Keshk Cafe Restaurant - exceptional value and a byo too." 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
"China Sichuan is one of the best Chinese restaurants in Dublin and perhaps the whole country!" See More
"Matt The Thresher (on Pembroke) and King Sitric(E Pier Binn Eadair) both specialize in seafood and shellfish, most of which is sourced from local waters." See More
"Gibson hotel(this one is very handy if your'e going to 3Arena, since is just beside it." See More
"The Devlin Mespil Hotel and The Gibson Hotel are a short distance out (but walkable) and often can be very good value." See More
"Going to some of the pubs along Baggot Street Lower like O'Donoghue's PubToners and especially on a Rugby match day are great." See More
"Some good places to eat in Dublin: The Vintage Kitchen Pichet The Pig's Ear Coppinger Row or if you want to really push the budget try Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud or Pearl Brasserie Restaurant Dublin If you like Indian food Rasam Restaurant in Glasthule (close to Sandycove DART stop) is probably the best in Dublin, and you can walk from there to see the James Joyce Martello tower in Sandycove (5 mins walk) and visit Finnegan's of Dalkey where you might catch Bono having a quiet pint in the corner!" See More
"In terms of hotels, The Shelbourne Hotel and The Gresham Hotel would be fairly well restored and have a lot of history to them!" See More
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