Eating for two!
If you have amore for food, then it is worth trying the Italian Food Gallery where you can buy and find real Italian products and taste homemade Piadina (Italian flatbread).
You can’t pasta here!
If you have amore for food, then it is worth trying the Italian Food Gallery where you can buy and find real Italian products and taste homemade Piadina (Italian flatbread)
The owners promise an exciting experience in an atmosphere they have fused food with art in honour of Italy.
With updated daily menus, you can enjoy the food while deciding what to buy for home!
Food fayre or fare at the ticket hall!
Why not enjoy a meal with a difference in the original ticket hall of the former Kingstown Victorian-styled railway station! Since 2007, Hartley’s have been offering first-class food to restaurant-goers in this unique waterfront setting. Menus are diverse but uncomplicated and the backbone of their food is steaks and seafood. All aboard anyone?
Seafood – see Cavistons
This family-run business seems to tick all the boxes when it comes to experience. Dating back to the 1940,s Cavistons has expanded through the generations to provide an expert platter or products spanning the seafood and delicatessen spectrum.
They also don’t mind sharing and are a major supplier to many of Dublin’s leading restaurants and hotels. Based not far from Dun Laoghaire, in Sandycove, the menu is subject to the day’s catch off the Irish fishing fleets so you can be guaranteed of the freshest catch of the day in the ‘plaice’.
Bistro Le Monde
This eatery brings all the flavours of the world straight to you! You can watch an Italian pizza baking in the stone oven, share a Swiss fondue with friends or savour a Chinese Chow Mein. It has something for everyone with prices to suit.
Why not mix food with music and visit one of the many bars in Dun Laoghaire that offer food with live music. Two of these include McLoughlin’s Bar and the Purty Kitchen as well as Gilbert and Wrights
Platter in the Park
There’s a simple idea behind Fallon & Byrne which is executed in amazing surroundings. Wonderful food, fine wine in the People’s Park setting. Light bites, healthy salads, serving platters and healthy options are all yours to deliberate over. With a range of over 600 wines, Fallon & Byrne also have an enviable food hall which is stocked with an array of fresh fish, well-hung meat, sinful cakes and mighty coffee.
Rasam Restaurant is worth dropping into if you want to experience a five-star service. All highly trained staff are from various regions in India and ensure to welcome each guest individually. Here you get the full experience of India, the appropiate wines with each dish and the history of the region from which it hails, They also take immense pride in spices which they create daily to enhance each dish.