Farm restaurant is centrally located on Dawson Street which is a two minute walk from Grafton Street, one of the main shopping thoroughfares in the city. Farm’s sister restaurant is situated at 133 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin 2. Its picturesque setting beside the beautiful Trinity College makes it an attractive location for a restaurant. Farm is owned and operated by an Irish family who have been involved in the hospitality industry in Dublin for 40 years, together with their General Manager Marina Sarosi. The award-winning head chef, Sean Hunter, is at the helm of the kitchen, and his passion for modern European cuisine is just one of Farm’s characteristics which makes it such a popular choice in Dublin. Farm has been open since 2007, and since then it has garnered an excellent reputation for fresh and simple European cuisine. The produce are all locally sourced to ensure the highest quality experience for Farm’s customers. The wide ranging menu offers some healthy choices for those who are so inclined, plus some choices for specific dietary needs. Farm’s aim is to provide: "affordable, tasty, homemade and locally sourced cuisine". Farm has been warmly embraced by locals and visitors alike.
Offering an extensive lunch and dinner menu, daily specials and an early bird menu, there’s sure to be something for everyone at this restaurant. The menus at Farm are innovative and change regularly depending on seasonal produce and inspiration. Farm has a children’s menu and is a family friendly spot. Most of the produce used in the restaurant is organic, even a lot of the drinks are organic, and Farm have a full alcohol license.
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