The choices are endless, but here we have selected some options to suit tastes from the traditional
to the culinarily adventurous, but all with a reasonable budget in mind.
Dining on several levels, including an outdoor patio with view of the river Liffey, the restaurant has been beautifully fitted into the old mill on the site.
What started out as a ‘pop-up’ fish and chips stall has become a permanent fixture in this old part of Dublin city, serving fresh local seafood. You cannot book but you could always have a pre-lunch/dinner drink in The Dice Bar opposite while you await your table.6 Queen St, Smithfield (Red Luas tramline to Smithfield stop)