Dine in Dublin has returned for another outing and it's a great excuse to try out a new restaurant at a bargain price. The website www.dineindublin.ie is quite nicely laid out so that you can easily chose by meal type (breakfast/lunch/dinner) and cuisine and by price.
The website www.dineindublin.ie is quite nicely laid out so that you can easily chose by meal type (breakfast/lunch/dinner) or cuisine and by price.
If you're the type who can manage a three course lunch (I can't!) then The Lost Society in Powerscourt Townhouse have a very nice €15 deal and if you are into tapas, Salamanca on the corner of St. Andrew's Street are serving a six tapas selection with a glass of Cava, Sunday to Tuesday for €19.95.
If you're into Mexican food, and new ones are springing up all over the lace, then you might like the deal at Acapulco's on South Great Georges Street who are doing 3 courses for €20.
Usually the best deals in this week is if you go for the chance to eat somewhere you would normally save for a treat. Citron restaurant in The Fitzwilliam Hotel on Stephen's Green is serving a three course menu for €25 that would usually set you back maybe €48-50+. It has more choice on it than their pre-theatre menu without the dining time restriction.
Stretching your budget to €30 will get you 3 courses in Marco Pierre White's restaurant on Dawson Street which includes a choice of an 8oz ribeye which would cost you at least €27 alone if ordering a la carte.
Well they are my top selections. have fun Dining in Dublin!