Style / Ambiance: Arguably the most respected restaurant in Ireland, the legendary Patrick Guilbaud’s opened in 1981 and since then has won every major food award going.
Currently in the hands of chef Guillaume Lebrun, the restaurant has held two Michelin stars for the last fifteen years, and has long set the standard to which others aspire. It remains the only two-star restaurant in the country and with a wine list every bit as impressive as the food, you’ll be talking about this place for some time after. Highlights include the Clogher Head lobster ravioli, caramelized veal sweetbreads and the assiette au chocolat. Beside the main dining room, a heated terrace looks over the 16th century garden of The Merrion Hotel and offers a charming spot for a digestif and cigar.