Home to no fewer than five Michelin-starred restaurants (Restaurant Patrick GuilbaudChapter OneHeron & Greyl’Ecrivain and The Green House), Dublin’s foodie pedigree is growing every year. Ireland’s premier food and drinks festival, Taste of Dublin, takes place each June in the city’s beautiful Iveagh Gardens.

With the coast to the east and Ireland’s famed farmland to the west and south, the fresh produce on offer here is second to none – and the city’s restaurateurs are making the most of it, offering up traditional favourites as well as a wider variety of international offerings than ever before.

Check out this comprehensive list of eateries and make a booking. Tourism Ireland have also provided a number of top-five recommendations in various categories (contemporary, traditional, upscale, pubs).

If you’re looking for bars and nightlife, you can take a look at our dedicated guide.

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County areas

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