25 wonderful Dublin dining establishments

Dynamic Dublin has more to its name than historical venues. It is a city loaded with cooking thrills from seafood fresh from Dublin Bay, and stylish little restaurants developed to line the pre-theatre stomach, to wonderfully conventional Irish flavours and craftsmen cafés with sinfully great desserts. Get tasting with Telegraph Travel’s Dublin specialist, Neil Hegarty.Dublin City Noshington Lizzy O’Sullivan has

made Noshington,

at the corner of Washington( geddit?)Street on Dublin’s southside, a cut above the standard neighbourhood coffee shop. There’s an ever-changing, innovative menu accompanied by excellent coffee– or containers of home-made lemonade. Breakfast, lunch and weekend breakfast are done magnificently: attempt the smashed avocado and poached eggs on home-made brown bread(EUR8.50/ ₤ 7.56); while the red velvet cake and Malteser tarts are to crave. Outside seating for warm weather too!Contact: 00 353 1 410 0414; noshington.ie Price: ₤ Opening times: Mon-Fri, 8.30pm-7pm; Sat-Sun,10am-6pm Reservations: Walk-ins only Source