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The Winding Stair

The Winding Stair keeps patrons coming back thanks to its rich history – once a bookshop with a devoted coterie of readers popping by for titles, the store’s closure in 2005 caused outcry. Enter Elaine Murphy, whose passion for food and local heritage shops saw her bring the bookshop back, while adding an eatery to great praise. Books still fill the place ready to be perused, while an encompassing menu of great locally sourced Irish food has blossomed from the minds of the creative staff in there.

The Winding Stair's inviting, bookish entrance, Dublin

Certain foods, such as the gorgeous cheddar mash and scrumptious steamed cockles, tantalize taste buds and attract high praise. Desserts, from the zingy orange and rhubarb mess to the broad selection of the Irish cheeseboard, act as impressive finishes while throughout you’ll find the lip smacking wines and beers an outstanding accompaniment. The Winding Stair’s attentive staff shepherd you through the entire meal, assured you’ll leave sated, contented and ready for the remainder of the day.

Steamed mussels and shellfish in The Winding Stair Restaurant, Dublin

Address: The Winding Stair Restuarant, 40 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1, D01 R9Y5, Ireland.
Phone: +353 1 872 7320
Email: restaurant@winding-stair.com
Website: http://winding-stair.com/