At Mulberry Garden, everything in the restaurant, right down to the hand soap, is Irish. Pair that with the fact that it’s literally on Mulberry Lane, tucked in a ca. 1911 cottage, and you’ve got a locale straight out of a limerick. The menu changes weekly, based on whatever produce is best from the local markets and the top choices of meats, fish, and dairy from nearby suppliers. Dinner is served as a three-course prixe-fixe affair for just under €50, (about $53 in the US), with items like Kerry Hill lamb (and of course, Irish cheese with an apple and raisin chutney for dessert.)
Try: Dublin Bay prawns are also known as Irish Langoustines, because they are essentially junior-sized lobsters. If they’re on the menu, grab ‘em.