There is a huge selection of restaurants in Dublin city with many options to choose from. Here you will find new foods and a range of ethnic foods.
The many types of restaurants include Irish, American, Italian, Thai, Chinese, Mexican, French and much more. As Dublin is a multicultural city, you will find many different cuisines, which is great for locals and visitors from outside Ireland and there are numerous restaurants located throughout the city.
There are many price ranges to suit all from top range restaurants to takeaways, and many restaurants offer different price ranges to cater to all people. II Vicoletto is a great Italian located on Crows Street, Temple Bar which offers great food in a cozy atmosphere and has been the subject of many great reviews. It offers a variety of menus including an early bird two-course meal, a three-course set menu and also an a la carte menu. If you would like more choices, make sure you check out the best food tours Dublin has to offer to have the complete experience.
In Dublin, there are many takeaways, like Indian takeaways with their taste and quality which add spice to the life of the people ordering and on the other side there are less salty Chinese takeaways which is, however, choice of millions of people all over the world because of great taste and style. There are people of all creeds and all customs who have different eating habits, but many have changed their taste. Many such people like changing their food habits and want to try different foods so they can go for Indian or Chinese easily in Dublin.
Dublin has many traditional Irish food restaurants which are enjoyed both by tourists and locals. If you enjoy Bacon and Cabbage, Colcannon, Dublin Mussels and the very popular Irish Stew, then The Blarney Inn situated on Nassau Street is a great place to visit. Visitors from outside Ireland should try local Irish food as it is very appetizing and pleasing to the taste buds. The city has many Irish Food places to eat, and you should try them out.
Those who enjoy eating out at lunch time will love restaurants such as Arc Caf Bar, Leo Burdocks, The Tea Room, Bits and Pizzas, Brewbaker Coffee shop and there are also many more lunch time restaurants to eat in all over Dublin, so you are spoilt for choice. There are also many take-ups away places where you can grab a quick bite if you’re in a rush, including O’Brien’s, Eddie Rockets, Sub Way and many more fast food places.
As many families visit this wonderful city, many restaurants have created family-friendly environments, where both adults and children can enjoy great food. A few examples of these restaurants are Captain Americas which is a cook house and bar. This restaurant is enjoyed by families as it has a Rock ‘n Roll museum where you will find memorabilia which has been collected over the years. Kids menus are very fairly priced at just 5.00; early bird and lunch menus are also available for parents.
Tourists come to visit the city as there are so many places to see and eat and as this city is a multicultural city there are many food options available around the city. Dublin is that place to be if you’re hungry.