Dublin City Guide - Best restaurants

Where to eat in Dublin




Joy of Cha (€)

A favourite of locals and visitors alike. The Joy of Cha has an incredible selection of teas and the breakfasts are highly recommended after a hard night on the Guinness in Temple Bar!

Pablo Picante (€)

Mexican burritos and wraps in all shapes, sizes and heat levels! Some call it the best burrito in Dublin, so head on down and see if they are right!

Bunsen (€€)

Burger-lovers! You’ll find two main things as the foundation of the Bunsen menu: A burger or… a cheeseburger! Sides are available too but you can be the strongest Viking in town and order the mighty DOUBLE burger or DOUBLE cheeseburger. Tastiness and flavour is unmatched in our opinion.

O’Neils (€€)

Traditional pub food here in a lovely authentic Irish setting. Tucked away from the hustle and bustle, the menu includes Irish stews and fish & chips. There is live Irish music and dancing every night too. Just brilliant!

Elephant & Castle (€€)

Situated in Temple Bar, just off Temple Bar Square – the Elephant & Castle has been open for 24 years and are famous for their Chicken Wings.

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