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In what was once the Jameson family mansion, chef Ross Lewis specializes in Irish haute cuisine. The menu at this Michelin-starred restaurant changes seasonally. Standout dishes include... Full review →
Chef Ross Lewis is well known for his slow food philosophy... Staunchly loyal clientele is proof of this place's well-deserved popularity.
In the cellar of the Dublin Writers’ Museum, Chapter One is often cited by critics as the best restaurant north of the Liffey.
This wonderful, culture-vulture favorite gets its name from its location, downstairs in the vaulted, stone-wall basement of the Dublin Writers Museum. Full review →
Artfully lighted and tastefully decorated, it's one of the best restaurants in town, although prices certainly reflect that. Full review →
Special-occasion restaurant in the basement of a large Georgian house, renowned for its fine modern Irish cooking and elegant atmosphere. Full review →
Michelin-starred Chapter One is our choice for city's best eatery because it successfully combines flawless haute cuisine with a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. Full review →
Stylish basement restaurant under the Writers Museum, with a modern lounge and two smart dining rooms hung with specially commissioned art. Full review →
The critics love it, the punters love it and so will you: a meal at Chapter One is easily the most accessible, affordable and enjoyable fine-dining experience in Dublin. Full review →
Dublin diners were hardly surprised when Chapter One was awarded a Michelin star in 2007; in fact, many wondered why the recognition for this hidden gem had taken so long. r. Full review →