The Trocadero is pretty much an institution in Dublin; its warm, welcoming atmosphere in Georgian surroundings is only surpassed by its food. The pre theatre menu is a favourite though be warned you won’t want to leave. The place is famous for its drama and association with the theatre, there is even a seating area called “the stage”.
Spread over two 18th century red-bricks at the heart of Dubin’s cultural centre, Trocadero provides an authentic taste of the glamorous side of Dublin life. Luxurious fabrics and rich wall finishes blend seamlessly with Art Deco details, bringing a contemporary edge to the five rooms, The rich décor underlines the restaurant’s place as a long-established favourite of the Dublin theatre scene, while honouring its heritage as a Georgian dining room. The effortless mix of classic and modern is mirrored in the menus which reveal a strong commitment to Irish produce and a confident approach to providing excellent food.
Trocadero, has been a bastion of the Dublin Restaurant scene and a by-word for hospitality for over 57 years. The warm welcome and relaxed atmosphere, coupled with excellent service and attention to detail make Trocadero perfect for all occasions. An ideal spot to entertain guests, celebrate with family, and gather with friends. Dining available for groups of up to thirty.