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Dublin’s Finest Restaurants Take Eating In To A Whole New Level

Dine In Style At Home With The Help Of Dublin’s Most On-Trend Restaurants

We're spoilt for choice when it comes to fine dining in stylish restaurants here in Dublin. Whatever cuisine you're after and whether you want breakfast, lunch or dinner, you certainly won't have to look too hard! And, with so many of the city's best restaurants now working with Deliveroo, you don't even need to go out to enjoy their food. Whether you're looking for a classic dish or you want to try one of the more off-the-beat types of food that are trending at the moment, Dublin's eateries stand ready to create the perfect plate for you.

1. Póg

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Want to find a breakfast that is healthy yet doesn't feel like you're munching your way through a bowl of branflakes? Then try ordering from Póg – a restaurant that aims to change our preconceptions about healthy food just being "rabbit food". All their dishes are delicious and even the sweetest ones are free of refined sugars. Can't make up your mind? The Toast Two Ways is a perfect sweet and savoury breakfast choice – one slice has smashed avocado and spicy hummus, the other has almond butter, blueberries and banana slices.

2. Dunne and Crescenzi


At Dunne and Crescenzi, the cuisine is the finest Italian, but cooked with the best of local Irish produce. Their meals are all traditional and the team want to introduce their diners to the best in Italian cuisine. Try the Risotto con Crema di Scampi, Gamberi Saltate Marinate Agli Agrumi – you know you're onto something authentic if the dishes are given their Italian names. This prawn and scampi risotto is to die for!

3. Fallon & Byrne Deli


With access to the highest quality deli ingredients, the chefs at Fallon & Byrne Deli are off to a good start when it comes to preparing special dishes. With a range of sandwiches, salads and hot meals, there's an option for any time of the day. Raise the bar on a weekday chicken dinner by ordering the Chinese Chilli Chicken, made with free-range Irish chicken. The crispy chicken breast is served with sautéed vegetables, making a refreshing alternative to it being served in a bun.

4. Good to Go

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If you're keen to try vegan foods but don't know how to cook them, why not get a meal prepared for you by the guys at Good to Go? They have a choice of different meals that are delivered cold – you simply heat them up when you're ready to eat them. So, for example, if you're headed off to the gym after work and want something nutritious but easy to prepare when you get home, you could order the Post Workout Meal. Packed full of wholesome and fresh ingredients, this is a meal designed to help you refuel after a workout.

Of course, this is just a taste of some of the interesting and innovative dishes that can be delivered from Dublin's restaurants today. Decide what kind of food you're in the mood for and order with Deliveroo!

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