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7 expert recommendations
Under Warren Massey, L'Gueuleton remains at the center of Dublin's affordable restaurant revolution.
Dubliners don't do waiting, but you'll see hungry crowds doing just that outside this no-reservations-accepted, exceptional eatery just off George's Street. Full review →
Rated by local critics as one of the best restaurants in Dublin, L'Gueuleton is worth the effort you'll have to put in to book it well in advance. Full review →
Dubliners have a devil of a time pronouncing the name (which means 'a gluttonous feast' in French) and have had their patience tested with the no-reservations-get-in-line-and-wait policy,. Full review →
Rustic restaurant with beamed ceilings, Gallic furnishings, a shabby-chic bistro feel and a large pavement terrace. Full review →
Superb, unpretentious brasserie cooking has earned this charming little restaurant a good reputation over the years, and they've had the sense to not go tinkering with a winning formula. Full review →
The classic bistro fare like Toulouse sausages, rib-eye with béarnaise, and roast chicken à la Bourguignonne is delicious and perfectly prepared. Full review →