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A photo of Andhra Bhavan restaurant
4.5
Awesome(110)
Price: Moderate
• Indian • Marlborough Street
Booked 70 times today
As pioneers of authentic South Indian breakfast, we're proud to offer a delightful selection including crispy Dosas, soft Idlis, flavorful Vadas, delectable Uttappams, and the unique Peserattu.But that's not all. Our culinary adventure takes you further with the crown jewel of Hyderabadi cuisine – our meticulously prepared Biryani. From the aromatic Veg Biryani to the succulent Chicken and Lamb variations, each biryani tells a story of tradition and excellence.But wait, there's more! Our live chat counter adds an interactive element to your dining experience. Delight in the tantalizing aroma and taste of live Pani Puri, the satisfying crunch of Vada Pav, and the flavorful medley of Samosa Chaat. It's an experience that elevates dining to an art.At Andhra Bhavan, we don't just serve food; we curate moments. We invite you to embark on this culinary journey with us, where the traditions of South India meet the heart of Ireland.
A photo of Karen’s Diner Dublin restaurant
4.2
Awesome(177)
Price: Moderate
• American • North City Centre
Booked 9 times today
We're in Dublin!Karen's is a place where you can complain until the cows come home because we literally don't care. You can expect good food, great craic and a dining experience like you've never had before, Let us know if it's your birthday, if your name is Karen and for the love of Karen don't ask to speak to the manager...ALL ENQUIRIES SENT THROUH OPEN TABLE ARE DEALT WITH WITHIN 48 HOURS!ALCOHOL LICENCE PENDING!
A photo of The Winding Stair restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(2149)
Price: Expensive
• Irish • North City Centre
Booked 35 times today
The Winding Stair Bookshop & Café became a famous Dublin landmark in the 1970s and 1980s. Named after the Yeats poem and in honour of its winding staircase, it is overlooking the river Liffey, with an iconic view of the Ha'penny bridge. As a popular meeting place for writers, musicians and artists, it was a well known hub for debate and creativity with many poems written, novels penned and movies shot within its walls. In 2006, Elaine Murphy brought this much-loved spot back to life as a restaurant, championing seasonal, Irish produce. The bookshop, located on the ground floor, was retained, as were many of the old bookshelves, photos and memories. The room retains its timeless charm with stripped wood tables and floors, and Bentwood café chairs.The view remains as quintessentially Dublin as ever.The food is good, old-fashioned home cooking, with produce sourced from artisans within the island. Drink sare local and international craft beers & wines from stellar producers.
A photo of Hellfire restaurant
4.4
Awesome(698)
Price: Expensive
• Steakhouse • Temple Bar
Booked 34 times today
Welcome to Hellfire, where heat meets flavour in a warm and intimate setting. With our unique style of flame-fired cooking over our encina charcoal and the best of locally sourced produce, our aim is to bring you the finest smoked, flamed and roasted food experience.
A photo of Gallaghers Boxty House restaurant
4.5
Awesome(917)
Price: Moderate
• Irish • Dame Street
Booked 23 times today
Traditional Irish food with a modern twistLocal Cuisine
A photo of Xi'An Street Food restaurant
4.6
Exceptional(18)
Price: Expensive
• Asian • Marlborough Street
Welcome to Xi'An Street Food Dublin, we look forward to serving you!Our goal is to remain authentic by honouring the thousand year old culture and taste of Xi’An. Xi’An is one of the oldest cities in all of China and as the starting of Silk Road has had many years of culture and time to perfect its unique flavours and foods. At Xi’An Street Food in Dublin we are recreating these great flavours every day with our unique Chinese dishes.
A photo of D'Olier Street restaurant
4.9
Exceptional(379)
Price: Very Expensive
• Modern European • Temple Bar
D'Olier Street is a new modern fine-dining restaurant located in Dublin’s city center on the ground floor of the historic D’Olier Chambers building.
A photo of Jay Kay’s cafe restaurant
4.8
Exceptional(92)
Price: Moderate
• Breakfast • Dame Street
Booked 8 times today
We are a family run contemporary style cafe, juicery and kitchen boasting speciality coffee, cold pressed juices, superfood smoothies serving breakfast, brunch and late lunch.Opened in 2022, we wanted to offer our customers, both new and existing, the fresh, delcious Jay Kays offering both on the go and in person. .
A photo of The Woollen Mills restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1269)
Price: Moderate
• Irish • North City Centre
Booked 8 times today
The Woollen Mills has been one of the most iconic buildings and businesses in Dublin for over one hundred years, and to have taken over this site is a serious privilege. Much like our award-winning sister restaurant next door, The Winding Stair, we feel like we are custodians of something very special... a piece of history (James Joyce worked here, how unbelievable is that?!) and we must do it proud! Spanning over four floors and with a glorious roof terrace overlooking the River Liffey. The Woollen Mills is quintessentially Irish, local and of its locale. We want it to be an 'Eating House', a house of food, a place to grab a coffee and bun, a plate of Irish fish and chips, a place to score a casual bite befre the nearby theatres and cinemas or sit with seven courses of Irish antipasti, burrata, crab, lamb or cauliflower steak, overlooking the Ha'penny Bridge with a fine bottle of red or a craft beer. We hope we do it well.
A photo of Elephant & Castle - Temple Bar restaurant
4.3
Awesome(1139)
Price: Moderate
• American • Temple Bar
Booked 28 times today
Elephant & Castle Prince Street opened in Lower Manhattan in ’73 across from St Vincent’s Hospital where George had worked as an oncologist since the 1950’s. After two decades of short lunch breaks where he could never get anything he wanted to eat, finally he retired to a life of eating everything he wanted to eat, in his own restaurant with a special name. His passion and obsession for quality was infectious and E&C became a New York classic within a few years. Doors opened in a very different and quiet Temple Bar in January 1989 and by Summer of that year the queues had already started for our fantastic food and spectacular atmosphere! Outside the world has greatly changed, but inside our swinging doors we try to keep things just the way they were.

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