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“One of the best of Dublin”
Review of One Pico

One Pico
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Ranked #160 of 2,754 Restaurants in Dublin
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $33 - $61
Cuisines: Irish
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Restaurant details
Good for: Large groups, Local cuisine, Business meetings, Special occasions, Romantic
Dining options: Lunch, Late Night, Dinner, Reservations
Neighborhood: South City Centre
Description: A luxurious Michelin restaurant. One Pico is located beside St Stephen's Green in Dublin 2, next to all the major hotels, it is also just a 2 minute stroll from Grafton Street. Ideally open 7 days for both lunch and dinner with an extended lunch taking place on Sundays. One Pico has a well earned reputation as one of the very best restaurants. Run by restaurateur Eamonn O'Reilly. Head Chef Ciaran McGill cooks wonderful seasonal food with an ever changing menu. Service is lead by General Manager Andrew Scott and a wonderful wine list is compiled by Sommelier Arnold Legat.
Reviewed November 4, 2012

We looked forward to our visit as many reviewers have given the restaurant top scores.

A real treat.

Nice atmosphere; good (not great) service. Most diners were "dressed up"

We must have been early diners - at 7:30 PM - we were the first. However, within 45 minutes the place was packed and understandably noisy.

Food lived up to its reputation. And they had a fine selection of local scotches.

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Thank JoeHouston52
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Reviewed October 24, 2012

This is a formal style restaurant re Service, Napery, How wines are served....but makes cuctomers feel totally at home - some very relaxed diners

Food fairly traditional - high quality with an international twist here and there always well prepared and presented

I am biased - one of my serious favourites in Dublin

Great coming up to Christmas for a "special event"

Thank summerlea45
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Reviewed October 20, 2012

We had dinner there a couple of weeks ago to celebrate a birthday and I have to say food-wise it's probably the best restaurant I tried in Dublin. The quality of the ingredients is definitely above average and the menu is quite interesting, also they change it every month which I think it's great. Service is very good and the wine we had was fantastic. The atmosphere is quiet and relaxing without the stiffness of a posh place. I particularly loved the way they mix the different flavors/textures of the foods, which shows in the presentation as well. Classic looking yet unexpected when you taste it. The dessert was an experience in itself - passion fruit soufflé - requires a bit of time but oh so worthy!!!

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Thank sunnyside1984
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Reviewed October 18, 2012

Was there recently for dinner thought the restuarant itself was nice but lacking something, seems like a lot of staff running around but yet the service was a little slow. Think they need to relax the atmosphere but I cant fault the food it was good and so was the wine, and the damage well lets say Im glad I wasnt paying buy try it yourself.

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Thank dolly087
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Reviewed October 8, 2012

I ate lunch here last week. The room is comfortable and the food is very acceptable but the service was really slow. An hour after arriving, I had finished a starter but there was no sign of the main course. The place was busy and some of the clientele may not have any reason to be in any great rush but that's too slow for me. The menu is fairly priced and good value for the fare presented, the staff are pleasant and the overall feel is very relaxed.....as long as you have nowhere else to be.

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Thank anpocarbuile
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