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Places to eat on Talbot Street

  • Mon, 3 Feb 2020

When it comes to dining out in the city, you’re spoiled for choice and there’s a great mix of places to eat on Talbot Street.

Talbot Street is at the epicentre of DublinOne linking Capel Street and Henry Street to the transport hub within it’s district. Walking down, if you’re not too familiar with the area, you will be pleasantly surprised by the number of restaurants and eateries that can provide you with breakfast, lunch and dinner. Read on to see some of our suggested places to eat on Talbot Street.

101 Talbot – 101 Talbot Street

101 Talbot boasts great food, friendly staff, buzzing atmosphere and a full bar licence. It serves contemporary food with a Mediterranean twist that will leave you wanting more!

The Celt – 81 Talbot Street

Enjoy all the Irish classics in this cosy Irish pub. Be it for lunch or dinner, you really can’t go wrong here. What’s great too is that you can wash it all down with a pint of the black stuff (coffee or Guinness!)

Thai Spice – Talbot Place

Experience authentic Thai cuisine in this eatery. Each dish is created with several elements designed to give you a well balanced, authentic eating experience as if you were in Thailand.

Wooden Whisk – 94 Talbot Street

Lunch or a treat – or both! You can enjoy your culinary delight in the cafe surrounded by the delightful aroma of home-baked treats or order a take-away, and savour the delicious cakes, pastries and coffee on the go. A perfect lunch or coffee break spot on Talbot Street.

Pa Pa Pizzeria – 104 Talbot Street

If it’s pizza to share or by the slice, you can get your fair share of pizza toppings from Pa Pa Pizzeria that will keep you refueled for a busy day or a night out. Freshly baked and great deals.

Eatokyo Asian Street Food – 4 Talbot Street

Eatokyo is a peaceful haven to relax and enjoy some of Dublin’s finest traditional Japanese cuisine any day of the week. It’s a sushi and noodle bar with a lunch and full day menu.

O’Shea’s of Talbot Street – 19 Talbot Street

If it’s traditional Irish grub you desire then you’ll want to stop in to O’Sheas. They have breakfast, lunch and dinner to suit all tastes and entertainment most nights bringing the craic to your dinner time! And their rooftop area is a perfect getaway on a sunny day!

Il Capo Italian – 62 Talbot Street

Italian pizza or pasta, you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what is to offer in this quaint restaurant. Eat in or get it for on the move it’s also a great spot to hang out with friends or colleagues.

Star Pizza – 46 Talbot Street

Pizza, Pizza and more pizza! The variety of toppings is endless and the pizza’s are available in different sizes, including 9?, 12? and 16?, with a choice of normal or thin crust base. All freshly baked using fresh vegetables and spices to give a perfect aroma, taste and texture.

Laine, My Love – 38 Talbot Street

pic: Laine, my Love facebook


Open for breakfast and lunch, there’s some delicious varieties available here to enjoy in or to takeaway. But if it’s coffee on the go you are looking for then you’re in for a treat here as their coffee brew is flavoursome!

Graingers Cafe Bar – 51 Talbot Street

This historic Dublin pub is housed in a beautiful period listed building. It’s a great stop off point for lunch before heading to get a train in Connolly or to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Roasted Bean Coffee Company – 53 Talbot Street

In the mood for a tasty sandwich or soup? The Roasted Bean Coffee Company serves tasty this and more as well as salads, cakes and delicious scones. Drop in for tea and lunch or get your coffee coffee to go.

Supermac’s & Papa Johns – 47 – 49 Talbot Street

Fast Food lovers will adore Supermac’s & Papa Johns. Burgers and pizza under the one roof? What’s not to like!! This is great for a quick bite to eat to have in or takeaway.

This is just a snippet of the places to eat on Talbot Street but there is much more here and off the side streets, just pop down and explore for yourself!