Drive      Fly      Stay      Login    Signup


Kelly from Massachusetts asked

Great eats in Dublin

Looking for some fun, reasonably-priced places to eat or any ideas of any food that is a "can't miss" in Dublin?

Dublin (Ireland)

3 Answers
answered by
Maria from Dublin
The thing to remember about eating out in Dublin is that most restaurants, even the really good ones, offer a great value pre-theatre menu on week nights, and some on weekend nights, usually from about 5pm - 7pm. You can eat then for a *fraction* of the A La Carte price and usually need to vacate your table by 8pm. If you're on a budget always check out the early-bird or pre-theatre options.  I love The Vintage Kitchen - great food, byo wine, byo vinyl. It's very small so book ahead for dinner and allow time to taste the Guinness beforehand in Mulligan's next door. 
Brother Hubbard (North) is good for brunch as is Coppinger RowChameleon in Temple Bar serves really good Indonesian food. Take the DART to Sandycove to eat the best Indian food in Dublin at Rasam Restaurant and the best fish for lunch in Cavistons, accross the road.If you like lebanese food go to Keshk Cafe Restaurant - exceptional value and a byo too.
For a real treat (and here the Irish Coffee is a must, and made at your table) go to Chapter One Restaurant a Michelin starred place that has a great (and good value) pre-theatre option - you must book ahead as it's always busy and although a little expensive the food is absolutely worth the price.

Comments (0)


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Dublin (city)
  2. The Vintage Kitchen (restaurant)
  3. Mulligan's (restaurant)
  4. Brother Hubbard (North) (restaurant)
  5. Coppinger Row (attraction)
  6. Rasam Restaurant (restaurant)
  7. Keshk Cafe Restaurant (restaurant)
  8. Chapter One Restaurant (restaurant)
likes (1) thanks
answered by
Claudia from New York City
Here are a few to check out:
  1. Bunsen - for hamburgers. There are 4 locations in Dublin.
  2. Da Mimmo - for authentic and reasonably priced Italian food (pasta of course), pizza and calzones.
  3. Brother Hubbard (North) - best for brunch and you get vegetarian options as well.
  4. Darwins Restaurant - has an extensive menu and is known for its Irish Black Angus steak and Wicklow lamb.
  5. Catch-22 - seafood restaurant.

Comments (0)


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Bunsen (restaurant)
  2. Da Mimmo (restaurant)
  3. Brother Hubbard (North) (restaurant)
  4. Darwins Restaurant (restaurant)
  5. Catch-22 (restaurant)
likes (1) thanks
answered first by
James from Kansas City (Kansas)
We really enjoyed Fade Street Social and Chameleon when we were there.

Comments (0)

likes (1) thanks

Questions   ·   Destinations   ·   Drive   ·   Fly   ·   Airports   ·   Stay   ·   Search

Login   ·   About   ·   FAQ   ·   Feedback   ·   Privacy   ·   Terms