7 best restaurants in Dublin

Do you live in Northern Ireland and you have long wanted to change the environment for a short while, but do not go far from your home? Try to follow our advice and go for a few days to Dublin. This city is sure to interest anyone who visited it. Walking along its streets, you should pay attention to the magnificent restaurants.

And what makes a restaurant magnificent? Chef or awards? Regardless of what motivates you to add a restaurant to your list of favorite establishments, Dublin is full of worthy rivals, which you will definitely want to recommend to your friends. We suggest you familiarize yourself with some of the restaurants that this amazing city can offer.

Drury Buildings

52-55 Drury St, Dublin

The best traditions of the world's cities are combined to create a unique atmosphere of Drury Buildings. The exterior is inspired by the unusual, laid-back atmosphere of Berlin, while the bright, airy interior looks like New York, and the food is modern Irish cuisine with Italian hints. Fresh ingredients of local production always occupy a central place when creating menus. The chef shows himself as a true artist during the designing of orders. They look so fantastic that many people want to take pictures of them. The menu always takes into account the features of the season. In winter, when it is cold outside, fried venison with red cabbage and cranberries; and in the summer, ask for a table on the balcony and enjoy the pappardelle with truffles and juicy burrata.

The Saddle Room

27 St Stephen's Green, Dublin

According to RAI Irish Restaurant Awards, The Saddle Room at Shelbourne Hotel is the best restaurant in the hotel in Dublin. And it is not surprising. Along the walls, gilded sofas with parts of dark oak. Oyster bar is famous for its seafood and steak, and the chef uses an individual approach to each dish. The tasting menu will cost you around £60 per person. And, on the order of £85, you will be served a lunch of several dishes with wine.

Forest and Macy

126 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin

Want something special during lunch? Book a table in Forest and Macy. This is a small kitchen and wine room, as well as part of a joint project with Forest Avenue, where they also serve delicious high-quality Michelin-style dishes. Here, however, the focus is made on small portions. In the three-course lunch menu you will find salmon tartar, foie gras pate, beef cheek and barley panna cotta. And the Sunday menu is called "Farm in the Woods", a selection of dishes to which is inspired by a family farm in the northern county of Dublin.

Cornucopia

19/20 Wicklow Street, Dublin

Baked eggplant with smoked paprika sauce, red onion and tomato pie with mushroom sauce, cake with caramel and natural wine are waiting for you in Cornucopia, one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Dublin. This establishment has a homely atmosphere during the day, and there is live music on Friday evenings. If you are on a diet, eat food without sugar or prefer raw food, just tell the friendly team of this institution and they will happily try to please you.

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

21 Upper Merrion St, Dublin

The life story of the only restaurant in Ireland with two stars describes long 36 years of history. This restaurant, of course, is located in the best place of the city. Its philosophy is to provide an impeccable and unforgettable dinner. An indispensable condition is the mandatory use of the best local products. All dishes are ideally located on plates. Unforgettable ravioli from lobster, covered with coconut aromatic sauce and venison with onion sauce, chocolate and peanut parfait with salted caramel, ice cream with popcorn. A visit to this restaurant will cost you £160 per person, but it is compulsory when you visit this city.

Chapter One

18-19 Parnell Square N, Rotunda, Dublin

This establishment was awarded the Michelin star for the last ten years and was named the Best Restaurant of Ireland eight times. The chef seeks to use everything from Ireland. Therefore, everything that you see, even the wood from which the tables are made, comes from different parts of Ireland. There are several menus to choose from, including tasting menus and vegetarian dishes, but the "from the chef" menu really will show you all the features of this restaurant. Located in the heart of Dublin, this institution will not disappoint you.

Mr Fox

38 Parnell Square W, Rotunda, Dublin

When the menu begins with Kelly oysters with kimchi and a beef cheek cooked on a grill, garlic potatoes, béarnaise sauce and blue cheese, you realize that you are the winner. Mr. Fox is the nickname of Anthony Smith, who has worked all over the world and can boast of numerous dishes invented by him. Polite staff and unforgettable taste of dishes, such as desserts, inspired by the favorite tastes of childhood, "force" customers to come back here again and again.

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