Restaurants in Ireland
Ireland is renowned for its fine eating scene. There are some Michelin-starred restaurants and some of the most opulent and luxurious dining experiences in Ireland.
Buffet-style restaurants are opening up. They can offer great value for money, allowing you to pick out your favourites and indulge. Carveries are also very popular and are known for their quality of food and generous portion sizes.
Dax Restaurant offers unrivalled levels of elegant dining and fine French cuisine in Dublin’s historic Georgian quarter. The impressive mix of professional service and delicious food makes it a premier destination for client entertainment, Pre-theatre or casual dining.
Koh Restaurant & Bar is situated in the heart of Ireland City Centre, a stone’s throw from the River Liffey and the Jervis Street Luas stop. Koh is a Restaurant & Bar serving the best in Modern Thai/Asian cuisine.
Winner in 2010 and short-listed as finalist in 2012 of the Irish Restaurant Awards’ Best Casual Dining restaurants in Ireland and winner of Best Value Restaurants in Ireland in The Irelander Top 100 restaurants 2012, you’re guaranteed a gastronomic experience.
Located in the contemporary garden room of Hayfield Manor Hotel, Perrotts Garden Bistro is Hayfield Manor's popular casual dining restaurant, serving outstanding international cuisine for lunch and dinner, 7 days a week in Cork city.
Momo is a multi-award winning restaurant in Waterford City, Ireland. Featuring fresh and healthy cuisine that celebrates the local food producers of Waterford County, Momo presents dishes rich in flavour and finesse within a relaxed and casual atmosphere.