Eating out in Dublin is an experience not to be missed whatever your taste buds are seeking. Be it good traditional Irish dining or international cuisine, one will be more than pleased with the range and standard of Dublin restaurants.
Within walking distance of the Townhouse Hotel there are hundreds of famous restaurants for our guests to enjoy.
La Stampa is a cosmopolitan city centre restaurant. Elegantly decorated with fine works of art. La Stampa is a mature restaurant, and the skills of Executive Chef Paul Catterson will please you.
Located off Baggot St, McGrattan's is hidden from the the hustle and bustle of the city. With its original menu and stylishly decorated dining areas, McGrattans is a comfortable pub and restaurant. The lounge area is softly lit and cosy with background music. The restaurant is on the other hand bright, with lots of plants. The food is good and reasonably priced.
Situated on Merrion Square the Unicorn is a bustling little restaurant popular with media personalities and those with an interest in politics serving Italian cuisine. The food is good and the conversation better.
The Lord Edward
Dublin's oldest and one of Dublins most famous seafood restaurants, The Lord Edward overlooking Christchurch Cathedral. Has an atmosphere that is warm and welcoming. The food is traditional and very well done. The staff are friendly, and the fresh fish is unbeatable.
Milano in Temple Bar is lively, serving a popular Italian menu. The atmosphere is friendly and is a very popular spot with both locals and tourists alike. The food is first class, the staff helpful, and the prices reasonable.
The Tea Rooms
The Tea Rooms are located in the Clarence Hotel. The Clarence is ideally located right in the middle of Temple Bar, serving exquisite food in compable surroundings. Tea Rooms in the Clarence are good choice for that quiet night out.
A long established friendly restaurant, La Caprice has been with us for more than twenty years. The decor smacks of the Roman with an abundance of statues and mirrors. It is a popular venue with both business people and celebrities alike, La Caprice serves a wide and varied menu, in a relaxed surroundings.
Located in Clontarf on the outskirts of Dublin City, serves gourmet Chinese food. Tastefully decorated with ebony furnishings, serves exquisite and attractively served food.It's a popular venue so it is essential to book in advance.
Located in Dalkey, on the coast, Kingsland serves an excellent Chinese menu. The service is courteous and efficient and the food is tasty. Decorated in the traditional Chinese style, Kingsland is warm and welcoming.
Located on Wicklow St, Trentuno is a relatively new restaurant. Popular with those looking for Italian cuisine in a relaxed and modern atmosphere, Trentuno offers great Swiss coffee, a delectable dessert menu, and a wide selection of wines.
The Bad Ass Cafe
Off the wall and with a unique sense of humour, the Bad Ass Cafe styles itself as a Mexican restaurant. Serving good simple food, the Bad Ass is friendly and open, popular and usually busy. The Bad Ass is trendy in its own peculiar manner and its quirks are charming. The service is efficient the staff friendly, and the food very affordable.
Mao is a chic Asian restaurant located on Chatham Row. Combining Oriental and Far-Eastern cuisine, Mao is a relaxing, cosmopolitan restaurant. Reservations are not accepted and all food is cooked to order, so be prepared to queue.
A glitzy and glamorous restaurant located on St. Stephens Green. Planet Hollywood is decorated with movie memorabilia and huge screens show trailers for up and coming feature films. The food is just as fancy as the d�r, and is presented with all the panache you'd expect from Planet Hollywood.
Located in grafton street serves American style gourmet hamburgers in unique surroundings. The restaurant is very busy and popular with both young and old. Based on a 'rock n roll' theme with loads of memorabilia displayed around the walls dating from the days when Chris De Burgh busked for a living in a corner of this very establishment.