Places You Must Eat In Dublin

Dublin’s dining scene has undergone a dramatic transformation since the days of the Celtic Tiger economic boom. There are plenty of places where you can feast on outstanding Irish, French, Middle Eastern and Thai food, as well as other international cuisines.

If you want to eat at a place that offers some of the tastiest Irish dishes in town, look no further than the Little Kitchen on Leeson Street Upper. With mains such as lamb shanks and Irish seafood chowder, you can enjoy great quality food for reasonable prices.

If you’re craving French food in Dublin, then try Dax Restaurant. Just a short distance from the National Concert Hall, come here before you see a show. You’ll dine in an intimate space where the food focuses on classic dishes like beef bourguignon and braised veal, before indulging in a dark chocolate fondant for dessert.

If you’re looking for North African cuisine in Dublin, you’ll find it at Keshk Cafe. Baba ghanoush, falafel and moussaka are some of the most popular dishes on the menu, and although they don’t sell alcohol, you can bring your own without having to pay a corkage fee.

For a taste of the Far East, head to Red Torch Ginger. It ranks as one of the best Asian restaurants in Dublin, and although it specialises in Thai food, there are other cuisines to choose from. You’ll find something you like, whether you feel like having massaman curry or chicken with cashew nuts.

If you want to indulge in some seafood, don’t miss the Fish Shack Café. A casual spot in Temple Bar, you can gorge on things like fish and chips or calamari, so it’s the perfect place if you want to treat the kids.