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Restaurants in Dublin

Around Trinity College and St Stephen's Green, in central Dublin, you'll find a mixture of cuisines, from Indian to Irish. In party–central Temple Bar diners can find solace in contemporary European food at The Tea Room. North-east of Dublin is coastal Howth for fresh seafood. North of the Liffey, Italian Quarter Quartier Bloom is home to favourites like Enoteca delle Langhe. Last orders are usually 10.30pm. A 10% service charge is generally included in the bill.

Enoteca delle Langhe, Dublin. © Emma Levine, 2007

Top-end

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  1. 1. The Tea Room - Top-end: (More than €80 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    In U2's trendy boutique hotel The Clarence, on Wellington Quay, high ceilings and huge windows at the Tea Room add to its elegant ambience. Using quality Irish ingredients, dishes have a French or Irish twist, such as scallops with cucumber and ginger velouté sauce. Lunchtime and early evening Market Menus are great value.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 7am-11am; Sat-Sun 7.30am-11.30am; Thu-Sat 7pm-10.30pm

    Address

    The Clarence Hotel, 6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2

    Telephone

    +353 (0) 1 407 0813

    Transport

    Any bus to Wellington Quay

    Website

    The Tea Room

  2. 2. L'Ecrivain - Top-end: (More than €80 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Acclaimed chefs Derry and Sallyanne Clarke have made L'Ecrivain, near Merrion Square, a Michelin-starred restaurant where you need to book three weeks ahead. The French and Modern Irish cuisine might include hake with tiger prawns and ginger broth, or duck with black-pudding crumble. The lengthy wine list and live piano make it a special night.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 12.30pm-2pm; Mon-Sat 6.30pm-10.30pm

    Address

    109A, Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2

    Telephone

    +353 (0) 1 6611 919

    Transport

    Any bus to Merrion Square

    Website

    L'Ecrivain Website

Mid-range

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  1. 3. Jaipur - Mid-range: (€35-€80 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Jaipur, Dublin. © Emma Levine, 2007

    A city centre favourite, Jaipur serves up Indian dishes, delicately spiced. Starters include marinated jumbo prawns, followed by Goan seafood curry or spicy lamb Chettinand. If you can't decide, staff can help you, or there's always the mixed seasonal platter. Arrive early for tables by the ground-floor windows.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Daily 5pm-11pm

    Address

    41, S Great Georges Street, Dublin 2

    Telephone

    +353 (0) 1 677 0999

    Transport

    Any bus to Great George's Street

    Website

    Jaipur Website

  2. 4. Ely Bar and Brasserie - Mid-range: (€35-€80 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Ely CHQ, Dublin. © Emma Levine, 2007

    Housed in a listed building at Customs House Quay, Ely serves up fresh local fish dishes or tasty Irish stew with a huge choice of wines by the glass. Part of a small chain, locals love this place for informal yet stylish dining, either in the brick-walled basement or on the terrace by the revamped quays.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Fri 12-3pm; Mon-Sat 5pm-10.30pm

    Address

    Customs House Quay, Dublin 1

    Telephone

    +353 (0) 1 672 0010

    Transport

    Dart or Luas to Connolly Station

    Website

    Ely Website

Budget

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  1. 5. Enoteca Delle Langhe - Budget: (Less than €35 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    Enoteca delle Langhe, Dublin. © Emma Levine, 2007

    Nestled on the cobbles of Quartier Bloom, the Italian quarter north of the Liffey, Enoteca Delle Langhe offers laid-back Italian dining. Locals lunch on bowls of hearty pasta, with platters of cheeses and salamis accompanied by Italian wines in the evening. In the summer you can dine al fresco in the tiny courtyard.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Sat 12pm-12am

    Address

    Blooms Lane, off Ormond Quay, Dublin 1

    Telephone

    +353 (0) 1 888 0834

    Transport

    All buses to Ormond Quay; Luas to Four Courts

  2. 6. IFI Bar & Restaurant - Budget: (Less than €35 for a three-course meal without drinks)

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    IFI Bar & Restaurant, Dublin. © Emma Levine, 2007

    In Temple Bar's Irish Film Institute, the great-value IFI Bar and Restaurant is a peaceful oasis. Homely cooking includes falafel, nutty veggie burgers and spicy meatballs with homemade apple pie and house wine, perhaps followed by a movie. Tables on the balcony have the best view of its walls filled with film posters.Show this on map

    Opening hours

    Mon-Thu 10am-11.30pm; Fri & Sat 10am-12.30am

    Address

    Irish Film Institute, 6 Eustace Street, Dublin 2

    Telephone

    +353 (0) 1 679 5744

    Transport

    Any bus to Great George's Street

    Website

    Irish Film Institute Website

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