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Tuesday 12th of January 2016
Dublin is home to some of the best restaurants in Ireland, and there are plenty to chose from when it comes to the type of food that you’re after. If you’re visiting Dublin for the first time and you are flying in then you might consider Dublin airport car hire – from Easirent – we have a big selection of cars all at super low prices.
Alternatively visit our Dublin city centre car hire branch if you are travelling direct to the city centre and need a car for your stay.
For the best choice in restaurants read our top 6 listed below:
1. Indie Dhaba
This well priced restaurant is located just a short walk away from Dublin’s Temple Bar area and serves up delicious Indian cuisine. Specialising in lunch and dinner, the Indie Dhaba restaurant is situated two floors below the ground and offers diners a broad range menu options. We hear that the tamarind and peanut stuffed quail and the venison tenderloin aren’t to be missed – there are also lots of vegetarian options available.
2. Restaurant Patrick Guilbard
Restaurant Patrick Guilbard is Ireland’s only two starred Michelin starred restaurant, and is considered by many to be the best restaurant in the whole country. Specialising in French haute cuisine the restaurant offers diners the option of a two or three course set lunch menu for between €45-€55 and a dinner menu priced between €90 and €185. Although it is on the pricey side, the restaurant’s innovative and elegant food has people returning again and again. Check it out for yourself, but make sure that you reserve a table before you arrive as bookings are a necessity.
3. El Bahia
This delicious little gem is the only Moroccan restaurant in Ireland, and it’s a big hit with the locals. The dark and sultry interior of the restaurant is decorated in geometric designs on the ceilings and the walls and offers diners a delicious range of north African dishes including tasty tagines, cous cous and a sweet and spicy Moroccan coffee. Main courses range in price, starting at €14.
4. Chapter One
If you’re looking for authentic Irish cuisine then there is nowhere better than Chapter One. Pick your Easirent hire car up from our Dublin Airport branch and head to Dublin city centre to indulge in some Irish specialities. This Michelin starred restaurant offers two menu options; the two course lunch menu costs €50 and the four course dinner menu is €85. Located in the basement of the Dublin Writers Museum the chefs are constantly updating the menu with innovative and delicious additions.
5. Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and Grill
Open daily from noon to 23:00, the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse and Grill was part of the long-established Fitzer’s restaurant and grill until 2009 when Marco Pierre White lent his name to the establishment. Diners can choose from steaks, grilled meats and fish. Prices for main courses range from €26 to €35.
6. Musashi Noodles Sushi Bar
Pick up your Easirent hire car from our Dublin Airport branch and head to the north of Dublin for some authentic and delicious Japanese food. Specialising in freshly crafted sushi and lunch bentos, diners can relax in the low lit room. The restaurant also operates a bring your own bottle policy and charges a small corkage fee.