In the post below, Ashley shares her top four restaurants in Dublin.
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After living in Dublin for a while, my friends and I have discovered a few favorite restaurants that I would like to recommend. Most of these are inexpensive and cover a variety of foods, helping one to experience some of the different options that Dublin has to offer.
1. THE VINTAGE KITCHEN. The Vintage Kitchen is a wonderful Irish restaurant that can be found on a side street off of Burgh Quay near the River Liffey. I saw reviews for the restaurant on TripAdvisor and suggested that a few of my friends and I go get lunch there. After a bit of walking, we arrived at The Vintage Kitchen and realized that, while it was a casual atmosphere, reservations were sadly required to be seated since the restaurant is so popular. The waiter, however, was more than kind and managed to fit us in after a ten minute wait and serve us for lunch. The entrees ranged from €10-16, but the food was well worth it. I got the lamb shank and potato mash, and it was honestly the best Irish food I have eaten so far in Dublin. Everyone at lunch enjoyed their meals and the portions were far larger than expected, making this meal well worth the price.
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