So, you have a sweet tooth and want to know where to go for the best cakes in Dublin? Look no further than this list of the best places to eat fabulous baked goods in Dublin.
There are many places in Dublin where you can find fish and chips but which ones are worthy of a visit? Here’s my list of Dublin’s best fish and chips in no particular order.
You don’t have to fly to Paris to find that certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ as Dublin is home to some fantastic French restaurants. So if you are wondering where to find the best onion soup, beef bourguignon or plate of snails, here is a selection of the best Gallic food spots in the city.Chez MaxWith two restaurants located in the city centre, on Lower
When you’re feeling a bit delicate but have just about enough energy to get out of the house in search of a hangover cure, have a read of this list of Dublin’s best dishes to help ease your pain.The Savage Roll from Lolly and CooksAn absolute favourite, the savage roll from Lolly and Cooks is super delicious. With three locations across Dublin (Dru
Many Dubliners tend to stay away from the Temple Bar area when it comes to dining out but there is a little gem that has been there since 1994 and is always a winner for me: Chameleon. Located only a few seconds away from Temple Bar square, this restaurant serves contemporary Indonesian cuisine.
Dublin might not quite be London in terms of Indian food but we’ve got some very decent options out there. From Indian street food to fine-dining, here is a selection of Dublin’s best Indian restaurants.
When eating out, ordering alcohol can sometimes increase your bill considerably but thankfully there are some good eateries out that apply a ‘Bring your own booze’ policy, what are they? Here is a selection of some great BYO restaurants in Dublin.
We may not drink as much wine as they do on the continent but we still know how to enjoy a glass of vino in a cosy wine bar at the weekend or straight after work. Here is a selection of the finest and cosiest wine emporiums in Dublin.
Food intolerances shouldn’t prevent people from enjoying good grub and thankfully in Dublin the number of places offering decent gluten-free food is on the rise. So what are the top spots? Here’s a selection of the best gluten free restaurants Dublin has to offer, just for you.
Afternoon Tea is a British tradition born of the early nineteenth century but one that the Irish have adopted and continue to love as their own. It’s as popular now in Dublin and indeed the rest of this fair isle since its introduction into the drawing rooms of those oh-so-high-society ladies of the manor. Back then Afternoon Tea was served at home, nowadays it is served in hotels and some restaurants. It usually starts with a selection of savory bites, moves on to freshly baked scones, jam and clotted cream and finishes with a selection of sweet pastries. To keep one's palate lubricated, tea is served throughout, although I've often opened with a glass of bubbly and closed with a cup of coffee.
The festive season just has to be my favourite time of the year in Dublin. Irish people really know how to embrace the Christmas spirit and make it a magic time. Every year the season seems to start earlier but that’s not a bad complaint when you love Christmas.
Christmas is a time of the year to indulge, it’s a time of year when you have a perfect excuse for eating too much so go on, please yourself. Wondering where to buy Christmas food in Dublin? Here’s a list of places where you can get delicious festive food to indulge during the Christmas season or to serve at your Christmas dinner.
So you have a food-obsessed person in your life and you don’t know what to get them for Christmas? Fear not because the following Dublin shops have plenty of Christmas gift ideas for foodies…
When it comes to Christmas events, Dublin has so much going on this year, especially for foodies so here’s a roundup of what’s happening…