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BRIOCHE

51 Elm­wood Ave., Ranelagh, Dublin 6, 01 497 9163, ¤¤ There’s in­ti­mate restau­rants, and then there’s Brioche, where you’ll not only know what your neigh­bours are hav­ing for din­ner, you’ll know the in­ti­mate de­tails of their lives and can score them on their ta­ble man­ners. But if you put your blink­ers on, it’s a lovely spot. It serves French tast­ing plates (they rec­om­mend two to three per per­son) such as seared Thornhill duck breast, cele­riac purée, and cher­ries or ba­cal­hau style fil­let of hake, red pep­per ragu. Wines by the glass are good value and you can’t beat the warm, but­tery brioche you get on ar­rival.

DRURY BUILD­INGS

52-55 Drury St, Dublin 2, 01-960 2095, drury­build­ings.com ¤¤

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