Welcome to Dining in Dublin Magazine 2017-08-10T13:42:09+00:00
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Welcome to our web site and the 32nd edition of Dining In Dublin – the unique restaurant menu guide. This guide gives you the freedom to choose where you want to dine, what you want to eat and how much you want to spend.

There are many wonderful restaurants to choose from offering an enormous variety of dishes to suit every pocket and palate. For an insight into the ambience and character of each restaurant we have also included a colour photograph and a short write-up.

The guide is very easy to use – in the Magazine you will find the restaurants listed alphabetically and with the cuisine style outlined. We’ve also included maps to help you choose a restaurant by location.

We are very proud of the high quality and standard of the dining experience in Dublin and we are sure that this guide will help you discover Dublin’s many culinary treasures.It is advisable to make a reservation at the restaurant of your choice to avoid disappointment.

And finally, if you found this guide helpful, we would be grateful if you mention us when making a reservation.

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