Restaurants in Dublin
Buffet-style restaurants are opening up in Dublin. They can offer great value for money, allowing you to pick out your favorites and indulge. The Full House offers a lunchtime buffet which increases at evening time. The restaurant itself is nicely decorated and is more spacious that it appears from the outside. The food on offer is standard fare with limited choices for mains and starters. Jimmy Chung's Chinese cuisine is presented in a buffet style. All food, subject to availability, is continually prepared by Jimmy Chung's experienced chefs using only the freshest ingredients.
Jimmy Chungs, which is part of a Scottish chain of Chinese buffet restaurants in Dublin. The dining room is spacious and decorated nicely with modern touches. Although this is a more expensive option than the Full House, you do get more choice and dessert is included. Starters are pretty good here. There are plenty of main course choices.
Ten Thousand World Buffet Restaurant are offering wide range of dishes, all of which are freshly prepared by our remarkable in-house chefs. Now, they are delighted to introduce their new Grand Banquet Restaurant, which is located just upstairs of our buffet restaurant. The Grand Banquet Restaurant mainly focuses on traditional Chinese foods and Korean BBQ etc. Function rooms and Karaoke rooms are also available to book in advance. Luncheonette is located in Dublin. Luncheonette is working in Restaurants and Buffets activities.
Herbert Park Hotel in Dublin offers a superior quality breakfast buffet served every morning in the Pavilion Restaurant . An excellent choice of pastries, juices, cereals, yoghurts, fresh fruit, cheeses, cold meats & full traditional Irish breakfast is available.
Our intimate Georgian basement dining room retains many period features. The unique layout with open fire, hard-wood ceilings, fine table linens, modern art, luxury carpeted floors and rough rendered walls lends the feel of a wealthy, rustic country manor house in rural France.
Koh Restaurant & Cocktail Lounge
Koh Restaurant & Bar is situated in the heart of Dublin 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.
Le Bon Crubeen
Winner in 2010 and short-listed as finalist in 2012 of the Irish Restaurant Awards’ Best Casual Dining restaurants in Dublin and winner of Best Value Restaurants in Dublin in The Dubliner Top 100 restaurants 2012, you’re guaranteed a gastronomic experience.