Michelin starred restaurant where food is an art form
A gastronomical work of art
A favourite haunt of international food critics can be found on the lower ground floor of the Writers’ Museum: the multi-award-winning Chapter One restaurant, which counts a Michelin star among its many accolades. Chapter One has the honour of catering to the menu orders from Parliament every time Ireland has an important official visit, so you really can eat like kings and prime ministers do. With that in mind, you can imagine the type of international fusion cuisine you’ll find in this exclusive atmosphere, with dishes that look like works of art, a wine list of incalculable value, personalised service and prices which do justice to all of the above. According to critics, Chapter One’s strong point is actually its Irish cuisine, and it tends to reinvent international recipes by adding its own personal adaptations. The best option if you want to see what it’s all about and not be plagued by doubts is to ask for a tasting menu: you won’t be disappointed.