Those opting to dine in Dublin’s Trocadero discover a gourmet selection immense enough to satisfy any palette. Located near St. Andrews Church close by Trinity College, this gorgeous eatery has been serving superb meals since the 1950s. Eager to hang on to its glorious heritage, the opulent décor mirrors its early past, while the sensitive and attentive waiting staff instruct the chefs to cook whatever steak, fish or vegetable dish you order exactly as you want it.
Something of a treasured novelty, the Trocadero’s late art deco aesthetic sees the venue bordered with photographs of the many figures in Irish showbiz who’ve dined there over the decades. The reclined comfy seats make it a perfect relaxation spot, with many guests opting for one of the Troc’s classic cocktails mixed at the glitzy bar. The food meanwhile includes local fresh caught bass and sole, succulent Wicklow lamb, and the venue’s very own chargrilled Angus steaks. With a natural ease and chilled ambiance, this historic venue subtly confers a comfy, homely feel.
|Trocadero, 3/4 Saint Andrew Street, Dublin 2, D02 ET32, Ireland.
|+353 1 677 5545