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Top 10 French Restaurants in Dublin

Top 10 French Restaurants in Dublin

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  1. La Maison Restaurant

A French restaurant located in the heart of Dublin city centre. La Maison offers fine dining French cuisine.The menu is a well thought out selection of French dishes, huitre (fresh oysters), plateau de pâtes du jour, poele de la mer, tarte provençal and côte de boeuf to name but a few of the wonderful choices on offer. As stated on the menu all dishes are prepared fresh and cooked to order by our team of top international chefs. View Profile

  1. The Green Hen

Opening its doors in the heart of Dublin City on Exchequer Street in 2010, The Green Hen is a French-style Bistro, offering classic dishes in a relaxed atmosphere with a unique ambience. Situated over two floors with a combined dining capacity of 85. The first-floor dining room is available for private hire for groups of up to 30 guests. Both floors are complete with their own bar. View Profile

  1. Bresson

Bresson brings fine dining at great value to Monkstown served in a casual, comfortable and friendly ambience. They offer lunch Thursday to Sunday, a brilliant value Early Bird menu from 5pm every evening Tuesday to Sunday, a comprehensive A la Carte menu of classic French dishes with Irish and continental produce and a weekend selection of market specials. View Profile

  1. L’Gueuleton 

It is difficult to define exactly what l’Gueuleton means but the words feast, family, friends and of course wine help us to understand. Currently, their small plates menu, commitment to hospitality and excellent drinks are bringing people back together. View Profile

  1. Pearl Brasserie

Located across the road from the Government Buildings and next to the Merrion Hotel, Pearl Brasserie is in the heart of Georgian Dublin, but exudes elegant modernity from the French cuisine to the sumptuous décor. Simply this restaurant has quietly been at the top of its game for a decade; winner of numerous awards and regularly a number one on Tripadvisor. View Profile

  1. Dax Restaurant

Since 2004 Dax Restaurant offers unrivalled levels of elegant dining and fine French cuisine in Dublin’s historic Georgian quarter. The impressive mix of professional service and delicious food makes it a premier destination for client entertainment, Pre-theatre or casual dining. The modern Irish cuisine uses the very finest local produce delivering an experience of taste and culture that is renowned throughout the Irish Capital. View Profile

  1. Le Perroquet

Le Perroquet is a relaxed, stylish new restaurant and cocktail bar offering small plates using a fusion of Irish and French inspired cooking.  A unique space for a unique dining experience. With space for up to 35 guests and a group menu starting at just €35 per person it’s perfect for any occasion. View Profile

  1. Le Pastis 

Finest French cuisine and classics with a modern twist.Celebrating one year of serving the finest french plates, beautiful wines, attentive service all in a relaxed and beautiful setting. Restaurant on two floors with a function room and outdoor terrace. Private dining, corporate functions and celebrations all catered for. They look forward to welcoming you! View Profile

  1. Pichet

They change their menus regularly but their food principles remain the same, from baking their own bread fresh every morning to butchering all their own meat.

Pichet’s warm and welcoming bar is the perfect place to enjoy a bite and a selection of modern cocktails with a classic twist. Our wines, craft beers and ciders have all been expertly chosen to showcase our fantastic season and Irish produce. View Profile

  1. Le Petit Parisien

Le Petit Parisien, a french style patisserie bakery in Dublin 2. Or as the French would say a Boulangerie. Located close to some of Dublin’s iconic landmarks, Trinity College Dublin and Dublin Civic Museum, they offer a wide range of freshly made dishes for breakfast, brunch and lunch. For the coffee enthusiasts they offer you the best in Artisan coffee in Dublin. View Profile

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