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Brand new Restaurants in Dublin’s City Centre

Dublin, a historic and culturally vibrant city, now hosts a wave of innovative restaurants that are reshaping its culinary scene. From fusion delights to authentic global flavours, these five establishments are a must-visit for food enthusiasts, guaranteeing an unforgettable experience for both locals and visitors.

1)  Hellfire

Located on Westmoreland Street, Hellfire is one of Dublin’s hottest dining venues, brought to you by Executive Chef Roberto Rapisardi. Bringing a unique style of flame-fired cooking with Ireland’s first Hornos HBE® charcoal oven and the best of locally sourced produce, their aim is to bring you the finest smoked, flamed and roasted food experience.

 

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2) Hawksmoor

Hawksmoor was inspired by a labour of love to find the best possible beef and perfect the seemingly simple art of cooking steak. After years of dreaming, planning, tasting and touring, they have finally arrived to College Green. The menu revolves around the best ingredients that they could find – whether it be beef from small Irish community farmers, dry-aged for 35 days and simply grilled over charcoal, sustainable seafood from around the isle, seasonal fruits and vegetables or cheeses from some of our favourite cheesemakers in the nation.

Find them in the National Bank building with a decorative 40-foot cast-iron dome set on dramatic Corinthian columns, an elegant bar, and a private dining room, borrowing its name from a pedigree cow – None The Wiser. And all is presided by friendly people who love what they do.

 

 

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3) Nan Chinese

Nan, which means ‘South’ in Mandarin is an authentic Chinese restaurant located in Stephen’s Street. Their team of experienced chefs hail directly from mainland China. Using the best of locally sourced ingredients our chefs team create the very best of Huaiyang cusine for our guests. They also offer a wide range of wines and beers from around the world to pair with their menu.

 

 

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4) Wayback Burger

Located on Mary Street, Wayback burgers is an American burger chain with finely crafted burgers, fries, and milkshakes.

 

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5) Boss Stop

Located on South Great George’s Street, Boss Stop take pride in offering a diverse menu featuring a wide range of Asian flavours. From mouthwatering stir-fries and aromatic curries to delectable sushi rolls and flavourful noodles, their dishes are crafted with the freshest ingredients and prepared by skilled chefs. Whether you’re a fan of Chinese, Japanese, Thai, or Vietnamese cuisine, they have something to satisfy every craving.