Dublin is the most amazing city of Ireland and if you are traveling to this place then I would suggest that you don’t miss trying the Irish food. Coddle is classic broth made by boiling fatty sausage and the diced vegetable served with mustard sauce for the hungry Dublin Dockers was a trend in the 1940s. Nowadays the people of Dublin prefer to dine something more sophisticated. Well, if you are up for a travel to Dublin, here are some of the best dining places in Dublin for real Irish food. The Pepper Pot The Pepper Pot is located on a busy balcony of a beautifully constructed building, this restaurant has quite a reputation it is well-built, produces fine cuisines and has a proper staff and kitchen. This restaurant is perfect for after shopping lunch or a cup of Ariosa coffee with a slice of Victorian sponge cake with homemade berry jam. If you are not in a mood for coffee you can always indulge in Irish whiskey with pecan tart which is served on kitsch crockery. The menu of this restaurant is limited but everything is delicious as all the items are home-made.
I would suggest that you try the pumpkin seed bread served with local cream cheese, Burren smoked Salmon and Blue cheese tart. Temple Bar Market The Temple Bar Market is a worship place for the foodies who sit here and chat with the food stall owners and grab delights like Frank Hedermann’s smoked Mackerel or the zesty apple juice from David Llewellyn’s. Rich home-bake orange cake and rum cake are a must to try on the weekends. If you are traveling to Dublinthen you must try the John Mac’s stall where you can grab a seat in the open air stall and order freshly opened oysters served with soda brown bread and a glass of chilled wine. O’Neill’s Pub The people at O’Neill’s pub are really friendly, this place is the finest traditional bars in Dublin and is known for the fine drinks, which they offer and they have been in the business since 300 years. There is little concession on the menu, but thankfully the only foam which they serve is on freshly taken out pint. If you come here, then come with an appetite the Sunday roasts are tempting. You can try the creamy bowl of Bantry Bay mussels or a dozen oysters served with white wine and soda brown bread. Sheridans Cheesemongers Did someone say cheese? I love cheese and this place was like heaven for me, the Sheridans Cheesemongers at the Grafton Street is little shop crafted by the Sheridan brothers where you will find every kind of cheese stacked in large wheels. This shop is like a small institute where you can gain all the knowledge about cheese and taste different types of cheese. This is the place where you can taste cheese from the famous Irish farmhouses like the Milleen’s, Gubbeen, Coolea or Durrus. Pair a chunk of creamy goat cheese with a slice of apple and Irish oat cake and you will instantly travel to a land of dairy paradise.