Four of Ireland’s Top Restaurants From Our Recent Trip Around Ireland

Finding prime places to eat can take years. Through your whole life, you will discover new eateries and they can become a staple of your life, as you visit them often, whether alone or with friends, to enjoy amazing food and atmosphere. There’s a lot that can make a restaurant great and that means there can be many notable examples. In Ireland alone, there are some terrific eateries, with this being a list of four of them.

  1. Taikichi, Limerick

If you’re in Limerick and a fan of Japanese food then you’re in luck. Taikichi is the leading sushi bistro in the city and offers some of the best examples of Japanese cuisine in all of Ireland. Go to 35 O’Connell St, Limerick, Saturday and Sunday, 12am to 10.30pm, and you can be spoilt for choice of the number of Nippon food you can order. They have menus for lunch and dinner, and also serve desserts and bento lunch boxes to take out. While sushi is their speciality, you can also enjoy sashimi, teppan, udon, norimaki and more. You can eat in, take out, or with a service like Deliveroo, have it brought right to your door.

  1. La Dolce Vita, Cork

Italian is always a popular choice and if it’s your preferred form of food, then you should head down to Crosse’s Green in Cork. La Dolce Vita is the only place to consider if you want some pizza and they ensure that you can always get what you need. There is large range of toppings and types, so whatever you and your party want, you can find the perfect pizza. They also serve other Italian dishes such as pasta and ravioli, making it a diverse pizzeria. You can stay in and enjoy the food in the restaurant, have take out, with Deliveroo also being available for order. La Dolce Vita is open 5pm to 10pm Sunday to Thursday, with Friday and Saturday closing half an hour later.

  1. Chapter One, Dublin

When searching Ireland for good food, you shouldn’t forget about Irish food itself. There can be several places to consider, but he best is Chapter One, 18-19 Parnell Square N, Rotunda, Dublin 1. It can be easy to miss this place but you should go out of your way to find it, as it’s top chefs are hard at work to provide fine cuisine. They take the ingredients they use seriously and always go for locally sourced. They can cater for any meal in their establishment, with four course dinners, lunch menus, vegetarian options and a list of fine wines and Irish coffees. They offer private dining functions, so it’s a great place to book an event or get together. They also work with the local Fate Theatre, allowing a pre-theatre meal, in which they will collect your tickets for you.

  1. Dax Restaurant, Dublin

For the fan of French food there is Dax Restaurant. Located 23 Pembroke Street Upper, Dublin 2, this Georgian style restaurant features the best examples of gourmet dining. Touting quality French-Irish cuisine for lunch and Dinner Tuesday to Saturday, you can experience some class and some delicious food, with celebrated Head Chef Graham Neville in charge. This award winning restaurant has a wine list that can’t be matched, and offers reservation and group dining. Their menu will ensure you find the ideal meal for you, with lovely dessert to finish things off.

 



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