The 8 Best Places To Get Lobster In Dublin

Each is more delicious than the last...

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Every fish lover's favourite treat – lobster – is as decadent as it is lovely.

And lucky for us Dubliners our proximity to the sea has us spoiled – meaning that tasty morsels, like lobster, can be found all over the place. 

But the best ones? 

That's a whole other story, as you can see below...

1. Klaw

Temple Bar's newest fish haunt is causing quite a storm – a tsunami if you will, of the delicious seafood variety. 

Their lobster rolls are a thing of beauty – they taste like heaven on earth. 

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2. San Lorenzo's

Love your lobster but bored of the same old dish?

Look no further than the Lobster Benedict in San Lorenzo's. Yes, it is as life-changing as you could imagine. 

And yes, you definitely need to book ahead. 

But it's so, so worth it. 

San L

3. Rock Lobster

With a name like that, you can't really go wrong.

Rock Lobster boasts some of the best, and cheapest (€20 full lobster and chips on Mondays) in Dublin. 

Rock Lobster

4. Deep 

A restaurant that boasts one of the most spectacular views in the whole of Dublin, Deep in Howth is all about incredible fish and fresh-to-death dishes. 

Their lobster is cooked to perfection, naturally. 

Deep

5. Fishbone

Clontarf's newest venture and Bay's sister restaurant, Fishbone serves up some incredible crustaceans.

With your meal, you have the chance to order half a lobster on the side – meaning every meal is a lobster one. 

That's what we like to hear. 

Fishbone

6. The Lobster Pot

Another name indicating how ridiculously good the dish at hand tastes. 

Their lobster is served with either fresh lobster garlic butter, or thermidor (brandy mustard and herb flavoured cheese sauce).

*drools*

The Lobster Pot

7. Matt The Thresher

Located on Pembroke Street, Matt The Thresher is known for its great fish and even better menu. 

The prices are also relatively reasonable, meaning you have more money for... well, more lobster. Winning. 

Matt

8. Taste at Rustic by Dylan McGrath

Well, was this really a surprise?

Taste at Rustic Stone has pretty much everything you could want and more, under the guiding eyes of chef, Dylan Mcgrath. 

The lobster can be found on the 'Omakase' or set menu – and is prepared so beautifully it might make your eyes hurt. You've been warned.

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Written By

Kate Demolder

Kate is a contributing writer here at Lovin Dublin. You are as likely to see her indulging in some of Dublin’s finer establishments, as well as panic-exercising the day after.

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