Where to eat on Capel Street!
This is your ultimate guide of where to eat on Capel Street!
Capel Street has in the last decade become reinvigorated, it has seamlessly blended new and established businesses creating the unique and vibrant place it is today. It has become one of the best spots in Dublin Town to find any array of international cuisine.
Brother Hubbard’s Garrett Fitzgerald and James Boland focus (although not exclusively) on Middle Eastern cuisine, food they believe is “designed to offer nourishment and pleasure”. They strive to provide their customers with pure food that is healthy and full of freshness, which in turn provides a feel-good quality without compromising on enjoyment.
Their approach to food is to make it as interesting and creative as possible, which they do by avoiding classics and making everything from scratch!
Camerino is the award winning bakery, cakery and coffee shop on Capel Street. Stop in for lunch and sample their simple daily changing menu, of salads, soups and sandwiches made on fresh baked breads. Or indulge yourself with a mouth watering cake such as their chocolate raspberry cheesecake brownies!
The Black Sheep is one of Capel Street’s top quality Gastro Pubs. It is a sister pub to Against the Grain and features much of the same great tasting food. It also offers a staggering 23 craft beers on tap, if you fancy a tipple with your food.
4. Soup Dragon
Soup Dragon pride themselves on making the most nutritious and delicious fresh soups and stews in Dublin Town. They provide an exciting alternative to traditional sandwiches using the best natural ingredients, delivering to an increasingly health conscious consumer.
Lunch specials include bagels, salads, sandwiches, wraps and of course soups and stews. They also encourage their customers to take a piece of fruit on their way out for free!
Hilan were the first Korean restaurant to open in Dublin Town and as well as providing delicious Korean BBQ, they also specialise in authentic Chinese cuisine such as Chinese hot pot.
They have private rooms for Karaoke, which are perfect for parties and fun nights out! Hilan also have a take-out and delivery service.
As well as being one of Dublin’s last early house’s, Slattery’s are also famous for their full Irish Breakfast served from 8am six days a week and from 12:30pm on Sundays.
Slattery’s also provide a great lunch and dinner menu served seven days a week. All food is cooked to order and made with freshest ingredients. With a great variety to choose from you are sure to find something to tickle your taste buds.
Arisu is an authentic Korean restaurant, whose owners have over 15 years of culinary experience in their homeland of Korea. Their aim is to bring that great taste of Korea to Capel Street and Dublin Town. They aim to give their customers the most authentic Korean experience, by also sourcing their furniture from Korea.
Arisu is best known for their exciting BBQ and Sushi menu.
Ristorante Romano is open daily for Lunch and dinner, it serves the best of Italian cuisine and wine to its Capel Street customers. Make sure to call in for great tasting and affordable Italian food.
The Boar’s Head is one of the more traditional places to eat on Capel Street. This old style pub sticks to what it knows best which is traditional Irish Food with one of it’s signature dishes being the hearty Irish Stew.
The pub always has a great atmosphere, a perfect spot for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Musashi is a Japanese noodle and sushi bar. Their authentic, fresh sushi rolls are made with premium ingredients full of incredible flavors. Musashi pride themselves on having the freshest ready-to-eat sushi on Capel Street.
Musashi also likes to create an experience for their customers, combing soft lighting, soothing jazz and airy décor. You can count on Musashi for the finest Japanese cuisine.
This is just our top 10 places to eat on Capel Street, but we would love to know what yours are? There are so many places to dig in to some delicious food in the DublinOne area (there’s another 44 places that we haven’t mentioned above!)
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The header image in this post is used with permission from the Blog SATEENMURIJA, who also have a great post about Capel Street which can be viewed here: http://sateenmuruja.com/3-x-capel-street/