L'Ecrivain (Dublin) Reviews
Description:109 Baggot Street Lower, Dublin 2.Tel:+353-(0)1-661-1919
Newest Review: ... in any way and you'd want to be really trying to be able to eavesdrop on the next tables - which I suspect is one of the reasons it's so popular with Dublin's film and media types. That and the food! There's also a balcony area where you can be seated if you're looking for real privacy The Chef/Patron Derry Clarke is a wonderful chef, and his lovely wife is herself a vegetarian so vegetarian ... more
Customer L'Ecrivain (Dublin) Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 11 readings)
L'Ecrivain has held onto its Michelin star for this year, and rightly so. It's definitely one of the best dining experiences in Ireland. The restaurant is to be found off a little courtyard on Baggot Street just south of the main part of the city centre. It has a small, well stocked bar where you can meet your friends before being shown to your table. The restaurant itself is quite small, with limited seating available. Although it's fairly small, it isn't cramped in any way and you'd want to be really trying to be able to eavesdrop on the next tables - which I suspect is one of the reasons it's so popular with Dublin's film and media types. That ... Read the complete review
by Guy Romeo DaSilva - written on 29/03/07
I think that this is one of the best restaurants in the country. The food is absolutely divine and the presentation is as good as you will see anywhere in the world. I visited there recently and was so impressed that I will be having my family reunion there in 2008 d.v. The Chef/Patron Derry Clarke is one of the most accomplished chefs I have ever met and I have no doubt that he would accomodate any requests you would desire. One piece of advice is that you book at least 3 weeks in advance as it is extremely popular with the Dublin business and showbiz clientelle. Reviewed by Guy Romeo ... Read the complete review
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