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These Three Dublin Restaurants Received Major Awards Over The Weekend

By AmyBell

August 28, 2017 at 9:37am


Let's face it, we all love finding a good place to grab a bite to eat or to dine in style.

Well maybe these two Dublin restaurants will be the next thing you can check off your list because they've just won massive awards.

The annual Food & Wine Awards took place in the capital over the weekend, with the title of Chef Of The Year going to Ross Lewis of Chapter One on Parnell Square.

There was another win for Chapter One on the night as well, with Darren Hogarty named as Pastry Chef of the Year.

The other main award on the night, Restaurant Of The Year, went to Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud on Upper Merrion Street. 

And there was another win for the capital, with l'Ecrivain on Baggot Street walking away with the Best For Business award.

Chapter One, Dublin -Chef Of The Year

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud, Dublin -Restaurant Of The Year

If you want to find Ireland's Best Brunch, the award went to Hadskis in Belfast, while the Best For Romance award went to Gregans Castle in Co. Clare.

L'Ecrivain, Dublin -Best Restaurant For Business

Hadskis, Belfast -Best Place For Brunch

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