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A photo of Doolally restaurant
• Indian • South City Centre
Booked 92 times today

A photo of I Monelli Authentic Italian Restaurant restaurant
• Italian • Portobello
Booked 2 times today
Head Chef and owner of I Monelli, Ivano is a passionate and truly Italian chef with many years of international experience.Before settling here in Dublin Ivano worked in various Michelin star restaurants and 5 star hotels around the world​, preparing exquisite recipes in Italian, French, Spanish, African and Irish cuisines.
A photo of Camden Kitchen restaurant
• Irish • Camden Street
Camden Kitchen is a Modern Independant Neighbourhood Bistro serving seasonal Irish produce cooked with care and a warm welcome for locals and visitors in the historic Camden Market Buildings c1907 A constantly evolving menu that makes the most of Ireland's exceptional produce from land and sea.Chef-Owner Padraic Hayden opened Camden Kitchen in 2010
A photo of 57 The Headline restaurant
• European • Portobello
Booked 4 times today
Our chefs are constantly working to create new and exciting dishes using in season, using local produce on a constantly rotating menu as well as staples that keep customers coming back time after time. You are sure to find something to suit your taste! For your drinking pleasure we also serve a large range of Irish Craft Beer on draught and from the fridge. We have a large range of wines, over 60 to choose from including 14 wines by the glass, including specials. Our drinks menu is filled with seasonal offerings to suit the time of year, from cocktails to highballs. And if you need a Smash Burger in your life, we've got it. 10 mins walk for St Patricks Cathedral, 5 mins for Teelings Whiskey DistilleryOutdoor dining available during summer months
A photo of Viva Spanish Tapas Restaurant restaurant
• Spanish • South City Centre
Booked 6 times today
A unique Spanish tapas restaurant in Dublin city.Open for over 12 years; all our food is lovingly cooked fresh, daily by Ramiro our chef on our premises using the best in Irish and Spanish ingredients.Viva offers a relaxed casual dining space to be enjoyed with family, friends and loved ones alike. Having a large selection of tapas, Spanish wines, cava's and beer's as well as soft drinks and great coffee.Enjoy the real taste of Spain either on our front terrace, our salon or our private back patio and get away from the hussle and bussle of the city and transport yourself to the heart of Spain- Andalucia!
A photo of Mad Egg - Camden Street restaurant
• Irish • South City Centre
Booked 8 times today
Mad Egg started out with a simple mission; to create the best fried chicken sandos Ireland has ever seen. We are Ireland’s first free-range fried chicken joint. The first to truly put the provenance and sustainability of our product at the front and centre of our ethos; with Chicken Done Proper. Yes, we place a massive emphasis on the quality of our birds, but we don’t stop there! Throughout our menu we focus on the heritage and quality of everything we offer. From our birds to beers, we’ve got you covered! Please note all reservations are for indoor seating, we are operating our outdoor section on a first come first served basis. Seating times are 1 hour 15mins per seating.
A photo of Arepas grill restaurant
• Venezuelan • Portobello
The most delicious and typical food from Venezuela, using premium toppings of all kinds, for all the health buffs. Gluten-Free and suitable for Vegetarians and Vegans.
A photo of The Bleeding Horse restaurant
• Gastro Pub • Dame Street
Booked 20 times today
The Bleeding Horse is a historically significant public house located in Upper Camden Street, Dublin, Ireland. It dates at least back to the 17th century, and was located on St. Kevin’s Port (now Camden St.) at the junction of two important highways leading out of the city.On one side was Charlotte St., leading to Ranelagh and Donnybrook; on the other side was Old Camden St., which joined Richmond St. and led to Rathmines and Cullenswood. Both of these old streets disappeared during the renovations in the 1990s. The present building dates from 1871; the interior was renovated in 1992.There are (at least) two explanations for the name. One is that when a horse got the “staggers” it was bled by a farrier at the inn. Another is that the name of the pub comes from an incident during the Battle of Rathmines in 1649, when a wounded horse fled from the battle.
A photo of Peperina City Bistro restaurant
• Bistro • Camden Street
Peperina City Bistro is the new creation by the people behind the ever popular Peperina in Ranelagh. A fresh and inventive menu. Irish Kitchen with an Argentinian Twist.
A photo of Mama Yo restaurant
• Chinese • Camden Street
Booked 132 times today
Mama Yo is located on Camden Street in Dublin 2. The menu, which blends traditional Chinese recipes with a contemporary twist, has been created with sharing in mind, so is perfect for groups and family style dining. With an extensive menu covering dim sum style small plates and an array of mains and sides, come prepared to make some tough choices!The stunning interiors of Mama Yo, featuring two full sized trees in the middle of the dining room with bespoke silk lanterns, create a magical and enchanting effect, adding a layer of far eastern exoticism to your dining experience.The restaurant is also extended with a fully roofed and heated Terrace for Dinning or private hire.
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