All of these restaurants have a 4.5/5 rating, as voted for by the general public, on TripAdvisor.
#10: PHX Bistro
A family friendly mid-range Bistro with Irish and European dishes on Arran Quay, Dublin 7
#9: Keshk Cafe
Cosy restaurant with dishes from Egypt, Greece and Turkey on Mespil Road, Dublin 4
#8: Cafe Restaurant Riba
A Stillorgan favourite with Italian and American influences
#7: F.X. Buckley Steakhouse Temple Bar
One of six outlets from the famous Dublin butchers
#6: Dax Restaurant
A fine dining restaurant in an old Georgian building on Pembroke St, Dublin 2
#5: Bleecker Street Cafe Bar
New York style restaurant and bar on Dorset St, Dublin 1. Burgers are a speciality.
#4: The Vintage Kitchen
A cosy spot near Trinity College with an affordable menu and friendly service. You can BYOB!
#3: Chapter One
Michelin-starred Dublin favourite tucked away in a basement on Parnell Square, Dublin 1.
#2: Mulberry Garden
An upscale Dublin 4 gem with modern decor. The menu showcases local ingredients and changes regularly.
#1: Bloom Brasserie
11 Upper Baggot
Street, Dublin 4
In their own words…
“Bloom Brasserie & Wine Bar is owner-operated by two young Dublin brothers who are fully committed to delivering a fantastic dining experience for all their guests.
Pól, at the helm in the kitchen, with over 15 years of experience, both nationally and internationally believes in creating the finest of dishes using locally sourced ingredients and preparing them simply.
Páraic and his team will greet you on your arrival at Bloom and his unique, sincere style of service will leave you with a strong desire to return.
Bloom Brasserie & Wine Bar is a modern, fresh, tastefully designed restaurant on Dublin’s Baggot Street – right on the border of the very trendy (and desirable) Dublin 4 district and the Central Business District of Dublin 2 seconds from the Grand Canal bridge.
Bloom caters for those looking for high-quality food and wine in a warm and friendly atmosphere.”
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