It is always crucial that sushi be served as fresh as possible, and here you will find some of the freshest fish in Dublin. This small and cozy spots provides a beautiful view of the iconic Liffey river, thanks to its enormous glass windows. It would be difficult to mistake Dublin for Tokyo, but J2 is about as close as you can get without having to travel to the other side of the world. Sit back and savor the taste of traditional Japanese cooking on the fringes of Western Europe.
Located within Dublin’s financial sector, and just behind the convention center, this upmarket French restaurant attracts a lot of local business men and women heading out after a long day at work. It is therefore somewhat overlooked by visitors to the city. This is unfortunate, as Dublin Wine Rooms serves delicious French dishes comprising only the finest and freshest locally procured Irish ingredients.
It’s very hard to find somebody who dislikes pizza, especially when it’s as good as what’s being offered at the Broadway Pizza Parlour. Modeled on the American style, the owners have made a real effort to take their customers to New York via taste and atmosphere. In this they’ve definitely succeeded. They even have a home-made special sauce to bring a bit of local originality to the table.
A popular, casual restaurant with a laid-back vibe is 101 Talbot. It has built itself a reputation as being a favorite haunt for those heading out to, or returning from, the nearby Abbey and Gate theaters. Prices are very reasonable. The staff is warm and welcoming to all, including those who don’t particularly care for the theater.
101 Talbot Restaurant, 101 Talbot St, Dublin, +353 1 874 5011