PICS: This Brand New 1930s-Style Restaurant Brings Something Unique To Dublin

Like something straight out of The Great Gatsby

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We appreciate a beautiful interior as much as the next guy. 

But when a restaurant go above and beyond with intricate detail, excellent aesthetics and unique and beautiful colour choices – we are just in awe.

That's exactly what you'll see in WILDE, the new 1930s style restaurant located in The Westbury, mere seconds from Grafton Street. 

Wilde Interior
Wilde Terrace

Soooo glam. It looks like something out of an old movie. 

Half of the restaurant is located on a beautiful old-style terrace – a total sun-trap on a nice day.

It's stylish without being intimidating and has a real easy-going feel to it. 

Wilde Restaurant

WILDE celebrates carefully sourced, seasonal Irish produce with much-loved local dishes, and classic international dishes.

Like this Lobster Moilee with rice 

Lobster Moilee With Steamed Basmati

This mouth-watering steak 

John Stone Fillet Steak

These oysters with cucumber, caviar and a spicy pipette 

Carlingford Lough Rock Oysters With Cucumber And Caviar

And this express lunch dish – how good does that look?

Wilde Express Lunch

The deserts won't disappoint either – heavenly

Wilde Pear And Praline Cake
Wilde Crème Brûlée With Honey Madeleine

And a dayyycent G&T

Wilde Gin And Tonic

Our food philosophy at WILDE is about simplicity and respect for ingredients.  We seek out the best artisan and local suppliers and create dishes that allow the quality of the ingredients to come together in exceptional dishes.  Coupled with our approach to food, we want to offer a dining experience in a unique space that is beautiful and atmospheric.  We’re in the heart of Dublin 2 and believe WILDE is the perfect viewpoint from which to take in everything the city has to offer.

Sandeep Singh, WILDE Executive Chef

We think this place is about to take off completely. Check it out before the masses descend. 

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Alana Laverty

Just a Galway gal eating and writing her way around Dublin alana@lovindublin.com

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