These are the four excellent Cork restaurants listed among Ireland’s Top Ten

Four Cork restaurants feature in the annual list of Ireland’s Top Ten Best Restaurants compiled by renowned food critics John and Sally McKenna.

The annual Top 100 Best Restaurants list, published by The Sunday Times, unveiled its definitive Top Ten as part of its annual 100 Best Restaurants list sponsored by Cully and Sully – the ultimate guide to eating out in Ireland.

Four restaurants in Dublin, four in Cork, one in Galway and one in Donegal feature in the prestigious Top Ten list. They are:

1. Uno Mas, Dublin

2. Goldie, Co. Cork

3. Allta, Dublin

4. Kicky’s, Dublin

5. Dede at the Customs House, Co. Cork

6. The Old Glen, Co. Donegal

7. Osteria Lucio, Dublin

8. Daróg, Galway

9. Saint Francis Provisions, Co. Cork

10. Ichigo Ichie Bistro and Natural Wine, Co. Cork

John and Sally McKenna say this year’s Top Ten is a combination of great food and a memorable dining experience:

“We have decades of experience covering the Top 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland and we have learned that not only do Irish people want high-quality food, they want an exciting and dynamic cultural experience, a combination of excellent service, a welcoming atmosphere and good value for money.

“This year, we decided to incorporate all these factors into our Top Ten and celebrate the very best that Irish cooking has to offer. Of course, this is a tough time for Irish restaurants and sadly there have been many closures, however, tough times encourage people to up their game and the Irish restaurant industry has done just that, creating truly memorable culinary experiences.”

Main image: Kale, burrata and bottarga, Saint Francis Provisions

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