A melting-pot of culture, Dublin is the perfect place to go to encounter different cuisines while in Ireland. There are a number of great French brasseries, cafés and bistros in Dublin, and here we have compiled some of the most atmospheric, unique and memorable of them all.
A modern, comfortable and intimate restaurant, the Pearl Brasserie Restaurant Dublin has peat fires throughout to create a truly warm and inviting atmosphere. Their focus is on innovative and well-presented dishes of modern French cuisine. The restaurant sources many of its ingredients from the surrounding areas in Ireland, but some things it sources from France. The menu is full of mouth-watering and delicious dishes, containing a fine balance of flavours which have been perfected since the restaurant’s opening in 2000.
A pleasant and informal bistro, Chez Max recreates the experience of a traditional Parisian café. There is a charming, intimate back garden with plants climbing the walls and shade cast by the building. All of the outdoor furniture is chic and comfortable, with white thatched chairs and small, round white marble tables. Indoors there is a completely different atmosphere; lively, with warm lighting and dark brown furniture.