Eating

Let us help you decide!

The cheapest meal is available every Tuesday which is our Free Pasta Night cooked by the legendary Argentinian chef Martin but if you want to eat out here’s some suggestions

Copper Alley Bistro, 2 Lord Edward Street Right beside the hostel – special discounts available for guests. A big buffet at cheap prices

Da Pino, Parliament St Classic Italian/Spanish food. The Paella is especially good along with the pizzas

Elephant and Castle, Temple Bar Casual restaurant serving an American-style menu, including burgers, salads and omelettes and an awesome American brunch on Sunday’s.

Havana Tapas Bar, South Great Georges Street
The best Tapas in Dublin.

Leo Burdocks, Werburgh Street The best fish and chips in Dublin – so good that often it’s hard to get a table. Especially as there aren’t actually any tables because it’s a take away. Everyone from Bill Clinton to Bono have had their chips here and it’s just across the road from the hostel

Queen of Tarts, Dame St Queen of tarts on Dame St. is just that – the best tarts and quiches in town.

Toffoli, Castle Street Without doubt the best Italian in town. Around the corner from the hostel they serve piadina, pagnotta, pizza and the finest coffee in the city.

Salamanca, St Andrews St, Dublin 2 Great selection of excellent tapas (the best in town) at reasonable prices.

Silk Road Café, Chester Beatty Library, Dublin Castle One of Dublin’s best kept secrets – serving a selection of delicious Middle Eastern inspired dishes.

Yamamori, South Great George’s Street Reasonably priced Japanese cuisine – and a great atmosphere too!