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5 Restaurants You Must Try in Dublin

May 02, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 121

Dublin is famed for its hospitality and restaurants form a large part of this. Below are some restaurants you should consider visiting if in Dublin this year on business.

Eden Restaurant You can find this restaurant right in the centre of the famous Temple Bar. It is highly acclaimed and serves contemporary Irish food which appeals to all. With impressive crisp white table cloths and a garden theme to the décor this restaurant impresses from the moment you walk in the door to the moment you leave. There are separate lunch and dinner menus so you have the excuse to visit here more than once. From the drinks menu the mini cocktails come highly recommended.

The Farm This restaurant is located opposite Trinity College and has a modern and colourful appearance on the inside. The Irish family who run this establishment are highly experienced in hospitality and know how to produce dishes which please the customer and leave them feeling satisfied. The products used to create the extensive and regularly changing menus are carefully sourced from Irish farms and producers, and many of the food and drink items are organic.

Bon Apetit If you enjoy fine dining at its very best then this Michelin star restaurant is a must visit for you. You can find the restaurant just to the north of the city overlooking the harbour where you can sample the French and Spanish cuisine. The restaurant has three distinct sections, a bistro for casual dining, a fashionable tapas bar and then the Michelin star restaurant which is more formal and serves genuinely high quality cuisine. Bon Apetit has two function rooms which seat up to 60 people, so bear this restaurant in mind for corporate functions or private parties.

Chapter One This is another Michelin Star Restaurant which uses seasonal produce to its very best throughout the year. The décor, furniture, service, quality of food and presentation leave you in little doubt that you are in one of the city's top establishments. To give you an idea of the esteem in which the chefs here are held, they were tasked with the catering for the Queens visit to Dublin Castle in 2011.

Locks Brasserie This canal side restaurant has the perfect location to match the stunning traditional French menu. The chef here has worked at various top level French restaurants before taking over here but now has the opportunity to showcase his own brand of culinary skills.

Catherine writes about Events in Ireland and Dublin restaurant guides.

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