Are you visiting Dublin for the first time and looking for somewhere to quench your craving for Irish Food? Check out our list of places you might want to visit when hunting for flaky fish and chips, delicious Guinness Stew, some tasty oysters and more! Behold, the list of Traditional Irish Food Restaurants in Dublin (we recommend):
The Gallagher’s Boxty
The is Gallagher’s Boxty is full of history and personality. Established in 1988 the restaurant offers a unique taste of good old fashion of Irish cuisine, with most of the ingredients sourced from all corners of the island.
Situated on Suffolk Street, O’Neill’s restaurant and pub offer drinks and a great selection of pub food. With Irish breakfast served all day, O’Neill’s also have a wide selection of authentic Irish food. Visit O’Neill’s for a wonderful experience, great food and Irish dancers
The Brazen Head
The Brazen Head is well known as being the oldest pub in Dublin with over 820 years’ experience in serving up pints. It is no wonder they have also perfected a craft of cooking wonderful variety of Irish cuisine. Enjoy the experience of having a pint and great food at the oldest pub in Dublin!
The Old Mill
Nested in the famous Temple Bar Square, Old Mill has one of the Dublin’s best Irish Stews (in our opinion, in any case). As stated on their website ‘A visit to Dublin would not be complete without a trip to the Old Mill Restaurant’ – and we couldn’t agree more.
The Oliver St John Gogarty
The Oliver St John Gogarty is an award-winning traditional Irish restaurant situated in the Temple Bar area. The restaurant offers different Irish food but also traditional live music played pretty much all day long. Do not miss toastie and a pint when you are there!
The pub is well known for having a great pint of Guinness, but they also have great authentic food. In O’Donoghue’s you will not only get amazing Irish food, you will also get experience of a proper traditional Irish Pub.