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I am not sure that the restaurant will like what I am about to reveal: They are a French / Japanese oriented restaurant. Which means lots of fish, which I do not like. So I asked if they could do a 5 course non fish / non seafood meal. They did. And WHOW ,.... It was superb. The plates were a joy to receive, view and taste! Both the official menu as well as my special non Fish treat are worth selecting! The restaurant is a hidden treasure. I can only say, go ! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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15 years ago, Ely Wine Bar at 22 Ely Place, is where it all began. Located in an intimate, elegant setting in the heart of Georgian Dublin beside St. Stephen’s Green, this iconic and original Dublin wine bar is highly regarded for its extensive wine list and for its commitment to food provenance, always delivering fresh, flavoursome Irish food.
The Georgian dining room is available for private dining and wine tastings, while the cosy downstairs cellar bar is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine with great food and while away the hours.
Ely Wine Bar is repeatedly recognised as being the best wine bar, having the best wine experience and best wine list in Ireland.More
Monto Cafe Restaurant & Steakhouse is one of the best eateries in the centre of Dublin that also serves authentic Italian cuisine; we source the finest local ingredients to ensure the best dining experience for our customers. Enjoy lunch, weekend brunch, evening dinner or just swing by and say hello. Parents will enjoy our kids menus, and the delicious joys from our set menu specially prepared by our master chef. Bring your own bottle [No Corkage Fee] and join us for a meal to remember, because we embrace the spirit of great cooking, and that promise is reflected in our amazing food and impeccable service.More
The Washerwoman is on Glasnevin Hill (called locally Washerwoman's Hill due to the local story of many washerwomen out on the hill with their mangles etc washing clothes in the Tolka river!). It's been a well-loved and treasured restaurant in the area for years now, and is housed in a charming stone cottage which dates in part from 1700.
There will be a strong range of quirky and every day (!) wines befitting of a neighbourhood restaurant, which makes for a special occasion, or a casual dining experience. Given the locale and the fact that we hope to welcome families, there are exciting, healthy and accessible foods for kids (plus some little quirks to keep them interested, engaged and most importantly, occupied!), a host of diner classics, and a particularly extensive steak selection. We are working with some of our favourite craft butchers to create our own aging room and source some amazing salt-aged meats. More