Fine Dining in Dublinmore than a year ago
Irish food may not be as recognized as say, French, but that didn’t stop Dublin in rising to a worthy gastronomical capital, where instead of fighting its competitors, it borrows and blends globally established cuisines, adding its own twist. Chefs of several high - end restaurants in Dublin are either French-born or have been to France for a period of time to learn and soak up the stories and recipes of that heritage.
But it is here that they’ve settled, and the reason behind it speaks to one through the plate, the serving style, the knowledge, experience and hard kitchen labour of talented and creative teams and ingeniously chosen dining places and decorations from the most classic to the most edgy. See what you feel like, go out there and experiment. Talk to that hors d’oeuvre, whisper to that wine, propose to that dessert and - hey, dude, I’m over here! Yes, it may happen, so do try to enjoy it with your chosen company, no matter how alluring those treats may be. Isn’t that what it’s all about, after all?
Basement of Writers Museum, 18-19 Parnell Square, D1
20 Merrion St Upper
18 Merrion Row
128 St Stephen’s Green