Places to Eat
A feast for the senses, Dublin has an abundance of cafés, bars, restaurants, pizzerias and steak houses dotted around the city and a great selection close to us in Ballsbridge and Sandymount. Whether you are looking for a delectable eight course tasting menu or a cosy corner for a glass of Rioja and tapas, our team at Aiel House are on hand to recommend the experiences.
Cosy is the epitome of Roly’s Bistro. Simply conceived dishes rely on quality of ingredients at this bustling fixture. A venue for all occasions, Roly’s is suitable for lunch on their heated terrace or a romantic dinner for two.
Just a minute walk away, Avoca is a foodie’s haven. With the freshest of fruit, veg and salad, the finest artisanal products and gifts for that special someone, Avoca has it all. Pick up lunch at the neighbourhood deli counter, Poulet Bonne Femme concession counter, coffee bar or ‘Hello and Go’ section. Then later on in the evening book into Fodder Restaurant where their food is centred around deliciously simple, quality fare cooked to perfection.
Opened in 2021, by renowned Irish Chef Grainne O’Keefe, Mae has built up a stellar reputation for a fine dining experience. Their purpose is to bring modern, seasonal cooking with superb wine pairings to match. Based in the French Paradox on Shelbourne Road, Mae has access to some of the most incredible wines, from vineyards across France with whom the team at The French Paradox has had special relationships with for decades.