These are, in no particular order, our favourite, and we think the best places, to eat in Dublin at the moment. We would be happy to recommend any of these restaurants. This page will be updated often with new additions
|One of our favourite casual dining spot in Dublin. Some top produce from home and abroad, Italian inspired, Delicious food and great value. Some interesting wines and friendly service means Etto has never let us down.
|A bistro-style restaurant, cooking consistently good and tasty food. A talented kitchen, led by Stephen Gibson, produces well executed, flavoursome, interesting and modern bistro food.
|The Old Spot
|Serving moreish, wholesome, delicious and generous dishes whilst retaining the cosy charm and hospitality of your neighbourhood pub, The Old Spot is a great place to bring the family, especially for Sunday lunch.
|Top produce, good cookery, friendly service and great value makes Bastible is a charming neighbourhood restaurant to spend a couple of hours. It is run by chef Barry Fitzgerald, previously of the Harwood Arms in London.
|If there is a better Chinese restaurant in Dublin we haven't found it yet. The food here is authentic and cooked with sikk. The lunch menu is amazing value. The place is always full of regulars.
|A rustic neighbourhood restaurant serving a small, but well executed menu showcasing some excellent produce. The cote-de-boeuf for 2 is recommended, especially with the addictive hash brown chips.
|An authentic Italian restaurant focusing on seafood. Raw seafood dishes are a speciality of the house and not to be missed. They make all their own pasta. The food in Rosa Madre will transport you to Italy.
|Run by chef John Wyer and his wife Sandy, Forest Avenue is a casual, lively and fun restaurant with a neighbourhood feel serving some very tasty, well executed food in a comfortable dining room. The wine pairings are worth the extra.
|Craft is a homely neighbourhood restaurant that serves delicious food, made with great Irish produce, at great value. It is the perfect spot for a sunday lunch with the kids.
|If you want some very good Indian food in Dublin, then Pickle is the best choice in Dublin at the moment. Great use of spicing in some fantastic dishes. The wine list is bit on the dull side, so probably better having a beer.
|Piglet Wine Bar
|A fantastic wine list is what Piglet is best known for, but the simple and moreish food is not to be overlooked. The lunch menu is particularly great value. It's a charming little wine bar.
|The service is warm and hospitable - our 2 year old and 5 year old were made to feel very special. The food is homely, with well sourced ingredients being cooked with skill and care. Bresson is a good choice for a tasty meal with the family.