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Forest Avenue – Shaking Up The Dublin Dining Scene

Ever since it opened last year Forest Avenue has been making waves on the Dublin dining scene. The food of Sandy and John Wyer has been described as exciting and groundbreaking; challenging expectations and bri...

Kokoro – Another Great Sushi Spot For Dublin

Things are looking up for the city's sushi lovers. It was once the preserve of only the most adventurous of eaters but finally, sushi is having its day in the sun. In recent times some great sushi restaurants h...

Rathmines’ Best Kept Secrets

Rathmines needs no introduction, flat dwellers from the four corners of the country have passed through its bedsits and converted Georgian redbrick flats. If you didn't spend your student days in a dive in Rath...

Eating Your Way Around Stoneybatter And Smithfield

Redbrick terraced houses, hipsters and now, an exciting culinary scene; Stoneybatter was once the grim setting for Angela's Ashes, now it's a thriving alternative neighbourhood with a surprising selection of ex...
Drury Buildings

An Afternoon in Drury Street

Once famous mostly for its car park, Drury Street has emerged as one of the hippest and trendiest areas in the city. The rise and rise of adjacent Fade Street has undoubtedly been a factor in the area’s regener...
Musashi

Musashi – The Best Way To Spend A Tenner In The City

If I had reviewed Musashi two years ago I would have discovered a hidden gem, but at this stage I’ve kind of missed the boat. Musashi has two outlets in the city and a sister restaurant called Zakura. It’s now ...