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The 8 best food spots in Dublin!

28 November, 2022 by Photo from Emely Emely  ◦  121 views  ◦  4 minutes Reading time  ◦  Last update: 27 January, 2023
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You'll be in Dublin soon? We've picked out the best must-try food you can find in the city! Get your inspiration here in this blog!

Ireland is best known for its majestic green landscape and delicious beers. Even though traditional Irish cuisine is rather unknown internationally, it is no less compelling! Thus, it's perfect that you can find both traditional restaurants and international dishes in Ireland's capital city. Let this blog inspire you to discover the restaurants in Dublin! We've linked the address and Instagram profile for you!

 

1. A freshly tapped Guinness at Ireland's oldest pub

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What would a stay in Dublin be without trying the world-famous Guinness beer? Of course, it tastes even better in the proper atmosphere! That's why you should visit the popular and oldest pub in Dublin to experience the true Irish vibe. The Irish people also like to come here to watch soccer and enjoy a beer together. So you can also meet locals. 

Here's the address: 20 Lower Bridge St, Usher's Quay, Dublin, D08 WC64, Ireland

 

2. Enjoy a brunch dream at Tangfood

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Did you sleep too long in the morning and need to satisfy your cravings? Then enjoy a delicious brunch at Tangfood! Fried eggs, pancakes, cinnamon rolls or freshly baked bread are especially popular here!

You can find three locations where you can enjoy Tang's delicious food! Here's where you can start your morning off with some yummy food:

At Cumberland Place,

at 9a Fenian Street Lower Abbey Street 

and at 23c Dawson Street 

 

3. 1m Pizza experience at pizzayard Ireland

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Can't get enough of pizza? In that case, you should definitely try the meter pizzas at Pizza Yard! However, since food tastes better when you share it, you should go here with your friends and colleagues. After all, you can add various topics to the different parts of this giant pizza- so everyone can enjoy their favourite slice of the pizza!

You can find the restaurant here: 7 Sandford Rd, Ranelagh, Dublin 6, D06 A2P4, Ireland

4. Melt away like the cheese at Meltdown Dublin 

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The toasted sandwiches at Meltdown are on another level. Creations range from classic ham and cheese sandwiches to vegan options and you can even find macaroni and cheese on toast. What do all the toasties on the menu have in common? They're a dream for your taste buds! You can get the crispy toasties here: 18 Drury St, Dublin 2, D02 W017, Ireland

 

5. Best breakfast in Dublin at Stage Door Café

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If you're in the mood for a proper Irish breakfast, don't skip Stage Door Café. You can find the best Irish breakfast in Dublin here! Typical for Ireland: fried eggs, fried sandwiches, sausages and bacon. This classic breakfast you can find at this address: Apartment 3, 11 Essex St E, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

 

6. Fancy a vegan burger? Then head to V-Face!

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Vegan burgers, chicken wings and other junk food in the plant-based alternative are available at V-Face. Here you find your favourite junk food vegan with the same taste experience! You can enjoy a fresh lemonade or a vegan creamy milkshake to go with it! The full vegan experience can be found here: 30 Brunswick St N, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7, D07 TP64, Ireland

 7. Ice cream at Cafollas On The Pier on hot sunny days

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In need of a refreshment? Then treat yourself to this ice cream truck on the pier! They offer colourful ice cream creations, vegan ice cream sandwiches, aromatic coffees, and much more! Make the time to visit this charm while on a relaxing stroll along the pier, you can find the little truck at this address: E Pier, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

 

8. Seafood and other delicacies at Krewe

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'A New Orleans-inspired restaurant and bar that brings the dirty south to the North Side' - the best way to find out what that means is by spending your evening with friends at Krewe. The seafood bowls are a favourite to share with your friends. A charm for seafood lovers: filled with shrimp, mussels, crab and other goodies! You can even order lobster alongside if you want. Stop by at: 

51-52 Capel St, North City, Dublin 1, D01 DA58, Ireland

 

👉Do you have the desire to live and work in Ireland? Then take a look at our job offers in Ireland! Would you prefer to go somewhere else? Get inspired by our food spots in Malta and Athens!


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