Good oneBy Katie Gannon

Sundays can be tough, especially if you’re suffering the aftermath of too much wine on Saturday night. It’s important to build your strength before facing the Sunday horrors, and what better way to do that than indulging in a slap-up Sunday lunch?! We have taken the hassle out of your Sunday by compiling a list of the top 10 places to go for Sunday lunch in Dublin.

1. O’Connells Bar and Restaurant, Donnybrook

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If you’re around the area of Donnybrook, Dublin 4, O’Connells is a must for Sunday Lunch. They offer a Sunday Buffet Lunch Menu from 12.30pm to 3.30pm which offers a range of hot and cold delicacies, as well as a dessert menu to satisfy your sweet tooth.

“First class food, service and great value (with voucher!). Nothing bad to say about our visit. Coeliac support second to none. Would revisit tomorrow.”

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2. Whitefriar Grill, Aungier Street

 

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If you’re craving something meaty to sink your teeth into, Whitefriar Grill is the place for you this Sunday. They serve their famous Brunch from 10.30am-4pm Saturday and Sunday which has something for everyone, from their RibsnRump Special to Belgian Waffles with Nutella…YUM.

“One of the most amazing places to have brunch in Dublin. Nigel and his team are amazing and always look after you. A must if you want to have amazing food with very reasonable prices.”

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3. Rolys Bistro, Ballsbridge

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If you are in need of some serious comfort food in a warm and welcoming atmosphere, Rolys Bistro is the place for you. The Lunch Menu is available every Sunday from 12-3pm and offers three sumptuous courses for just €23.95!

“Just back from a fab lunch with 18 friends, not one complaint! I had my usual Lamb Pie and as always it was delicious!”

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4. The Larder Restaurant, Parliament Street

 

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The Larder offers an All Day Brunch Menu from 12-5pm on Saturday and Sunday so even if you’re only stumbling out of bed at 4pm, they have you covered! They offer all the essentials, like fish and chips, steak sandwich, homemade burger and plenty more.

“My partner brought me here for my birthday… the food was great, chicken wings especially and they brought me out a birthday dessert with candles after the meal. All in all The Larder is a hidden gem, and we have gone back several times since!”

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5. Brasserie Sixty6, South Great Georges Street

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For a Sunday Lunch with a touch of class, why not try the fabulous Brasserie Sixty6, on Georges Street? From 10am to 4pm on a Sunday you can enjoy their spectacular Brunch Menu, which includes their Chargrilled 6oz Sirloin of Beef served with tiger prawns and  spicy wedges, Smoked bacon, garlic and thyme, 1/2 Rotisserie Chicken with herb stuffing balls and Smoked Salmon Fishcake with a mousseline sauce and organic leaf salad!

“This restaurant offers the most amazing Rotisserie Cherry Valley Duck one of my favourite dishes. Along with the wonderful service and friendly staff it’s a must place to dine and enjoy one of the best meals in Dublin”

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6. Fire Restaurant, Kildare Street

 

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Fire Restaurant promises an authentic Sunday Roast like no other, selecting the finest cut of Irish Hereford Prime Beef Rib in the country, accompanied by seasonal Irish vegetables and roast Wexford potatoes in beef dripping for maximum taste. Available from 1pm on Sundays.

“Sunday roast with all the trimmings: really nice food, came piping hot and plenty of it too! Vegetables and spuds were fab and varied. Dessert of lemon tart was amazing. Service was friendly & at €29.99 for a three course roast dinner – where else would you get it in the heart of Dublin? We will be back!”

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7. Eden Bar and Grill, South William Street

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Try the Roast of the Day at Eden Bar and Grill for a premium Sunday Lunch experience from 12-4pm! Located smack bang in the middle of the vibrant South William Street, Eden is a perfect spot to go after some Sunday shopping.

“Visited here with an old friend…both of us had the roast chicken which was delicious followed by the Panna Cotta which was brilliant. We were not rushed and had a good chat. This is my second time visiting and will be back again”

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8. The Exchequer, Exchequer Street

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Famous for its Sunday Lunch, this list would not be complete if it didn’t feature The Exchequer. Why not enjoy their unique “Carve-It-Yourself” option, with all the trimmings plus a complimentary bottle of wine! You can avail of the Exchequer Sunday Roast from 12.30pm, but remember to book in advance.

“My son organised the roast dinner here for my birthday and it was delicious…it was like having a dinner at home without all the trouble and great fun. The pork was melt in the mouth and everything else was lovely. Would definitely return for the roast dinner but also for the regular dining.”

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9. Toddy’s Bar and Brasserie, The Gresham Hotel

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Enjoy a leisurely lunch looking out over one of Dublin’s most iconic areas, O’Connell Street. With a selection of roast meats and fish available, with prices starting from just €13.95, Toddy’s is a firm favourite with Menupages Staffies!

The food was well presented and served by very friendly and helpful staff… we are lovers of spicy and foreign food but sometimes it is nice just to go back to basics and have plain ordinary food, cooked well in lovely surroundings and Toddys was just the right place for this.”

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10. Fade Street Social Gastrobar

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The Gastrobar at Fade Street Social offers a Sunday Baby Roast that would give your mammy’s Sunday lunch a run for its money. Choose one main with two sides followed by a scrummy homemade dessert for €20. Available from 1-5pm every Sunday.

“Nothing was too much trouble for the staff and our food was beautiful and good value. We will definitely be visiting again, a very positive experience.”

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