Places to eat in Dublin
Replies: 9 - Last Post: Jul 8, 2013 3:46 PM Last Post By: patrick_d
Sep 17, 2012 10:18 AM
Sep 17, 2012 12:00 PM
Here's a nice little pointer for starters (excuse the pun)....
Sep 17, 2012 4:54 PM
Sep 18, 2012 12:31 AM
Sep 18, 2012 3:36 AM
4For a good Irish style dinner/luunch....good roast meat/pork/ham and even fish etc with a great choice of heaped on veggies...try O'Neills next to the Tourist Centre, and a short walk from the gates of Trininy...
I go there and like it! prices are reasonable and a daily special costs about €7.....I think it closes at about 7pm??
Sep 19, 2012 3:27 AM
5You've got plenty of choices in Dublin!
If you want to enjoy a traditional Irish meal in style, a good option could be The Church... The venue is unique and the view of the city from the Dublin's largest outdoor terrace is gorgeous. If you fancy a typical Irish night with genuine food and trad session or a story tellers event you could take in consideration The Brazen Head, officially Ireland's oldest pub, dating back to 1198. Speaking about ethnic cuisine... Have a bite at Boojum one of these days, the best burrito made in Ireland! :)
Sep 20, 2012 11:08 PM
Sep 24, 2012 12:31 PM
What do you mean by ethnic food?
There are two handy places, with plenty and choice and not too expensive.
The cheaper (and in my opinion more interesting) is Moore Street Mall (http://www.moorestmall.com). First, this place is NOT fancy - it's in the basement and is a bit stuffy and quite hot (don't wear heavy clothes!!) but the food is pretty authentic. Especially the Balkans place and the Polish restaurant (I love their Pierogi!) The buffet places are also pretty cheap if you just want to fill your belly, but for indian places I prefer Delhi O'Deli (http://www.delhiodeli.com/index.php) and Madina (http://www.madina.ie/). Both are excellent, but Madina is a bit fancier and I normally prefer to go there if I want to relax and take my time.
There's another food hall, Epicurean Foodhall, (http://www.epicureanfoodhall.com, no information really at the moment - just opening times and address). I also love The Cedar Tree ( http://www.restaurantsindublin.ie/restaurants/rest00003/rest00003.asp). Their lunch menu is excellent value and it's a proper restaurant! I could go on forever about good places to eat in Dublin! If you need more specific info just pm me! xx
Sep 24, 2012 11:55 PM
Jul 8, 2013 3:46 PM
there is one good restaurant with Indian ethinic food called Punjabi by nature. I visited this Tuesday and my overall experience was quite satisfactory. Although I am a vegetarian and I ordered Indian vegetable Paneer Saag.. I was quite happy with the taste .. as I was expecting the same. I and my client enjoyed the Indian fusion music, the ambiance was great with pleasant service.
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