There are so many unique places to eat in Dublin. There are a huge variety of places to grab a traditional Irish meal as well as a selection of excellent international restaurants, and everything from casual corner cafes to Michelin star establishments.
Beanhive is located on Dawson Street. It’s an independent coffee shop and a great place to grab breakfast. It is best known for its fantastic coffee and cosy atmosphere. They have a great selection of breakfast items, including a full Irish breakfast, sandwiches and pastries. They have indoor and outdoor dining areas and a takeaway and delivery service.
Lovinspoon is a delightful breakfast and brunch café located on Frederick Street. They have a diverse menu that caters to those with dietary requirements. Their most popular meals include the classic Irish breakfast, smoothie bowls and omelettes. With its cosy interior and friendly staff, Lovinspoon is a warm and charming place to grab breakfast.
Tang is a great place to grab a casual lunch. The café is located on Dawson Street with a menu centred around fresh meals featuring locally sourced produce. Its focus on farm-to-table dining appeals to those looking for healthy and flavoursome food options. Popular menu items include salads, sandwiches and seasonal specials. The restaurant has a contemporary and peaceful feel and is ideal for chatting with friends.
The Port House
The Port House is a Spanish-styled tapas bar with three restaurants on South William Street, Camden Street and Temple Bar. The Port House takes pride in its food sourcing and has maintained close relationships with farmers in Spain who produce premium cuts of meat for their tapas and pintxo finger food made for sharing. You’ll also find a dreamy drinks menu with various Spanish and Portuguese wines and sherries.
Boeuf is a French-style steakhouse known for its premium cuts of Irish beef and French cuisine at reasonable prices. The restaurant is located on Dame Street. Boeuf provides a chic ambience and is a great place to have a celebratory dinner.
Saba is an Asian restaurant specialising in Thai and Vietnamese cuisine with a modern twist. There are two restaurants in the city centre. One is located on Baggot Street, and one is on Clarendon Street. The restaurant is stylish and modern, and the menu includes a variety of Thai and Vietnamese dishes, from curries, stir-fries and noodle dishes to a fantastic cocktail menu.
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