Dublin is a great city to explore, but any tourist will get hungry at a certain point. The best restaurants in Dublin and its surroundings can add to the overall impression of the city, with its five stars restaurants and atmospheric cafes.
Trocadero has been around the city for about 50 years. Its idyllic atmosphere with banquettes in plush, intimacy dictated by dim lights and its beautiful wall with pictures of celebrities that have been eating meals here make a great scenery. The smoked salmon, or the pudding are the house specialty. The theatre establishment adds up considerably to the overall mood. The place is famous, therefore crowded. It is best to make reservations in advance
Drury Buildings is one of the newest restaurants in Dublin. It was built around the flexibility of dining. The bar area downstairs is reserved to the casual bites, such as brunches or cocktails. The first floor has a classic dining floor, with a beautiful gardening area. It is built in an old building, which has exposed bricks, steel beams, furniture from the 50s and authentic parquet floors. The menu contains all kinds of grilled meats and vegetables. The restaurant area on the first floor is quiet, while the inferior floor has a certain beautiful and vibrant noise to it.
Chapter One serves contemporary Irish dishes, but influenced by the French cuisine. It is open to the public from 20 years. Its warm atmosphere, comfortable and elegant tables, together with the exposed brick walls makes a Michelin star location. It is recommended to gourmands and connoisseurs, as the menu is sophisticated and quite expensive.
Cavistons is the best place in town to serve fish and seafood dishes. It has been a family business since 1940s. The salmon smoked in oak, the fresh sardines and the haddock with samphire are the house specialty.