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13 Merrion Row, Dublin 2, D02 VF79
Marcel's is an elegant neighbourhood bistro, offering French inspired dishes using the finest local ingredients.
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21 Upper Merrion Street, Dublin, Dublin 2, D02 KF79
Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud has been a centre of fine dining in Dublin for the last thirty-three years and is Ireland's only two star Michelin. Winner of 'Best Restaurant in Ireland' in the 2015 Irish Restaurant Awards. Situated beside the 5 star Mer
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133 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, D02 F622
Established in November 2008, Chez Max Baggot Street is the sister restaurant of Chez Max on Palace Street. Chez Max Baggot Street is renowned for its outside seating area. There is smart garden at restaurant level as well as a sizable terrace on the
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6 Merrion Row, Dublin 2, D02 T657
Hugo's is located on Merrion Row in the heart of Dublin 2; it's historic location and beautiful warm interior makes it a trendy choice with locals and tourists alike. Hugo's opened its doors in 2007 and since then it has garnered an excellent reputat
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23 Upper Pembroke Street, Dublin 2, D02 AK20
Dax Restaurant is one of the best fine dining restaurants in Dublin city centre offering modern Irish-French cuisine for lunch and dinner Tuesday to Saturday.
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20 Merrion Street Upper, Dublin 2, D02 XH98
Pearl Brasserie is located in the heart of historic Georgian Dublin; it is one of the city's leading French restaurants. Pearl Brasserie has steadily built up a reputation as one of Dublin's most authentic French restaurants since it opened its doors
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109a Lower Baggot Street, Dublin 2, D02 V580
Dublin born Derry Clarke trained in the classical French tradition in the Man Friday in Kinsale. He came home to Dublin to continue his training under the direction of John Howard in Le Coq Hardi for four years. He then spent 8 years as Head Chef in
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