Chapter One

18-19 Parnell Square, Dublin 1
 
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Chapter One: Dublin

Five Star Chapter One restaurant is located in Dublin city close to theatres and shopping areas.

This Michelin Star restaurant has been renovated and upgraded over the years under the watchful eye of interior architect Maria MacVeigh.

It is sleek and elegant with the use of textured fabrics and warm colours to create a comfortable and elegant space.

Opening times
Lunch: Tue-Fri 12.30pm - 2.00pm Pre-theatre: Tue-Sat 5.30pm - 7.30pm
Dinner: Tue-Sat 7.30pm - 10.30pm Closed Sundays & Mondays
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A.A Gill
June 2009
…It was one of the best things I’ve eaten for a good long time. Irish cheese, and big 1990s disco puddings. This is a really accomplished kitchen that’s keeping a lot of competing ingredients and methods under tight control…
Food And Wine
May 2009
I started with tongue and sweetbreads, and a huge sigh of relief. It was brilliant, and why wouldn’t it be? If you’re going to get great tongue, it’s going to be in Dublin. Next, I had salmon with, among other things, a mild curry sauce, which was interesting, and not at all unpleasant. Paddy got the best dish: a stuffed rabbit, with a shepherd’s pie made out of the bunny leg, with puréed potatoes, a Mr Macgregor pie. It was one of the best things I’ve eaten for a good long time. Irish cheese, and big 1990s disco puddings. This is a really accomplished kitchen that’s keeping a lot of competing ingredients and methods under tight control, while still cooking with the hurley stick and a broad dash of muscle and guts. …I was surrounded by a bevy of foodies for the unveiling of Lewis’s new chef ’s table, a space which gleams with Connemara marble, stainless steel and smoky mirrors … It was a dance through a delicacy of flavours and softness of texture…
The Art of Eating
Winter 2009
Each dish was elegantly and colourfully crafted, but the textural variations were of particular merit: the langoustine wrapped in sheer rice paper, the agrestic textures of the cured meats followed by the tenderness of the foie gras……………Chapter One today presents a defining picture of modern Irish cooking – superlative in technique, grounded in the produce of artisan suppliers, and served with easeful charm
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  • Restaurant Features
  • Michelin Star Awarded
  • Two private dining rooms
  • Private Parties/Corporate Events
  • Best Sommelier Award