Odd teacups and little wee tables, this is a truely charming cafe. Serving breakfast, lunch and sweet treats it is often tricky to find seat, but it is well worth the wait. In particular the Red Onion, Potato, Cheddar Cheese & Rosemary Tart and the Plum Tart are fantastic!Popular withFoodiesVegetarianDesign
- 25 reviews
One of the best meals we had on our trip. The Winding Stair is centrally located right near the Ha'penny Bridge. A small but cozy dining room will offer some expertly cooked local dishes. I was on a hunt to find John Dory (fish) and the meal came with some expertly sautéed crab claws, purple potatoes, and green beans. I ...Popular withFoodies
- 63 reviews
Located right on the main street in Temple Bar, it's surprising to me how few people actually go into Gallagher's. They have the very best (in my opinion) boxty meal in all of Dublin. Hankering for some meat n' potatoes? Gallagher's will fix you up on the cheap. Come hungry; the portions are big.Popular withLuxury
Brasserie Sixty6 is in a very good location with the friendliest staff I have ever seen in my life... Food is superb, I fall in love with the beef & duck among the main courses... Portions are big... It is my favourite restaurant in Dublin.Popular withDesignLuxuryLocal
Hayes' is not only a great pub, it's the place to go for incredible prawn sandwiches on homemade brown bread and fantastic homemade donuts and scones and it happens to have a prime spot overlooking Glandore Harbor, making Hayes' an ideal destination on a summer day-- or any day!