Places to Eat

When it comes to the great eateries, nothing can beat the number of choices that Chapel Street has to offer. This architecturally spectacular place has numerous options and has some cool Dublin food spots for the visitors. Here are some of our favourite places to eat in and around the Capel Street!

Soup Dragon

The restaurant has been settled here for the last 15 years, offering the best of globally- inspired soups and stews in Dublin. Famous for its soups which are gluten free , this happening place makes and bakes its own products from the freshest of ingredients. From dragon breakfast to bagels and sandwiches for the lunch, you’ll love each and everything that is served there.

Musashi

A lovely small cafe situated at the very end of Capel Street, Musashi Noodles & Sushi Bar is a new eating joint opened in 2012 that serves authentic Japanese noodle, sushi and sashimi. Serving the best Japanese cuisine in Dublin, the cafe also hosts corporate functions, live music shows and parties. It's the perfect place to enjoy a quiet lunch and catch up with a few friends!

Brother Hubbard

A friendly place with attentive staff, Brother Hubbard is an independent café that focusses on serving simple yet delicious food. The menu is simple and small that offers homemade drinks, baked treats, salads, sandwiches, and soup. Brother Hubbard café’s decor and tables are hipster designer types, offering a cool ambiance where you can enjoy your breakfast and lunch. Great central spot to grab a quick bite!

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