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This wonderful Czech bar attracts many patrons because of its lively ambiance and extra-late hours. The Czech Inn is a pub if you wish to grab a beer with friends, it is also a restaurant if you are in mood to try some traditional Goulash, it is also a great spot for breakfast where delicious pan cakes and baked goods are served in generous portions. Equipped with large television sets, a blasting DJ and free WiFI, The Czech Inn is a haunt for youngsters.
This cheap and cheerful pizzeria has proved very popular with those who crave no-nonsense Italian at the outpost of Temple Bar. With the exception of a number of daily specials, the menu here consists almost entirely of a rather mind-boggling variety of pizzas best enjoyed with a few beers amongst friends. The restaurant's large wooden tables and views out onto Parliament Street all add to the atmosphere: for a low-key, affordable but an authentic evening, it's hard to beat.
Beshoff Bros, situated in the busy Dame Street is a restaurant known for the authentic fish and chips that it serves to its customers in a no frills environment. Battered, deep-fried fish served here along with a side of your choice is delicious and quite popular amongst its patrons. Not fond of fish? You can order from wide variety of delicious chicken dishes. With gluten-free options being served, there is something for everyone at the Beshoff Bros.
Roberta’s is one of the most promising additions to Dublin’s growing list of stylish eateries. It doubles up as a restaurant, a bar, and even as a place to go dancing as the night proceeds. One of Roberta’s most eye-catching aspects is its design and architecture. Complete with a glass ceiling, a free-standing bar, and a stunning view of the river Liffey, the restaurant gives its customers a glimpse of the grandeur that only a global metro can afford. The leather booths and the massive light-bulb decor add to the luxurious setting of the restaurant. But, perhaps the most enticing aspect of this restaurant is the rare presence of a wood-fired oven, which spins out some of the most delicious pizzas. This traditional way of cooking brings out all the subtle flavors in a way that modern technology cannot achieve. Head chef, Troy Watson's commitment to creating authentic Italian food is evident in the sumptuous pasta dishes and lush meat spread offered at Roberta's.
If you think that ‘heaven’ is in the details, then Tomahawk Steakhouse is for you. They pick an Irish favorite, beef, and cook it to perfection. They don’t rely on anything but their food to make the customer happy. For a truly satiating experience, they showcase the various cuts on offer for the customer to decide on the steak of their choice. Whether you go for T-bone or Delmonico, rest assured that your steak will be cooked exactly as requested. The same attention to detail is seen in the sides such as calamari or scallops. The ambience is subtle and classy and maintains a timbre basement look to compliment the food served. The Tomahawk Steakhouse can be summed up by remembering that when your butcher recommends a steakhouse, you know it’s the right choice.
Umi Falafel, as its name suggests, specializes in Middle-Eastern cuisine. “Umi” means “mother” in Arabic and the falafels are prepared by hand using age-old recipes. The elaborate process of cooking results in patties that are fresh, crisp and flavored with spices. Try the Palestinian Falafel with hummus, fried eggplant, cucumber and tomatoes. Other selections include Spinach Filo Rolls, Moroccan Quinoa Salad, Lentil Soup and Baklava for dessert. Your meal is complemented by a choice of coffees and fruit juices.