Here are our Top Restaurant Recommendations in Dublin, as prepared by intern Mathieu.
- Greenhouse :
The Greenhouse Michelin Star restaurant on Dublin’s Dawson Street offers you a refined cuisine in the heart of the capital. Mikael Viljanen, formerly of Gregans Castle in the Burren, was recently judged Ireland’s top chef at Irish Restaurant Awards for 2015. His inventive cuisine includes elements of molecular gastronomy while the dining room is contemporary and sumptuous. Their wine list is superb and their Sommelier Julie Dupouy is also award winning.
- Rustic Stone :
Chef Dylan McGrath welcomes you to The Rustic Stone to discover a new food experience only with local produce. The Rustic Stone’s chef creates a nutritious and tasty food experience for everyone, he himself takes great care to source the best seasonal ingredients. Their bar offers some fabulous cocktails among which is our favourite, The Riddler. The bar also stocks an Elderflower Cordial made in small batches by Hotwell House - you'll find this on some of our tours such as our Croatia Bike & Sail trip. Dylan McGrath is also the celebrity chef on the most popular cooking tv show in Ireland, Masterchef.
- L’Gueuleton :
L’Gueuleton, located on trendy Fade Street in Dublin offers a fusion of exquisite French bistro food, wine and high quality Irish produce in a relaxed and casual setting. You should try the caramel cream, the most popular dessert of the bistro. A recent guest of Fresh Eire Adventures compared the experience here to the very best French food outside of France.
- Amuse :
Chef Conor Dempsey allows you to enjoy a meticulous French & Japanese Cuisine. Located near St Stephen Green, Amuse is a small but unique, warm and cosy fine dining restaurant with a casual flair. Why not start your evening by having a cocktail across the street in Peruke & Periwig?
- Heron & Grey :
Recently awarded a Michelin Star in 2016, one of the smallest restaurants to be awarded such an accolade, Heron & Grey is the new gastronomic attraction in Blackrock, a suburb of Dublin. This is the new darling of the Dublin dining scene. We advise you to book in advance in order to avoid disappointment - while cancellations are always possible there is currently a 6 month waiting list.