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Dublin restaurant awarded Michelin StarRenowned as a city that plays host to an array of fine culinary establishments, Dublin boasts a selection of award-winning restaurants that attracts thousands of foodies every year.

A South Dublin eatery has become the latest in the city to scoop an accolade after French dining restaurant Locks Brasserie was handed a Michelin Star, a hallmark of quality dining.

Led by owner Sébastian Masi and head chef Rory Carville, the restaurant joins only five other Irish restaurants with a single Michelin Star, whilst fellow Dublin establishment Patrick Guilbaud is the only in the state with 2 stars. Mr Masi described the accolade as ‘a great reward’ and heaped praise on his talented team.

Rebecca Burr, editor of the Michelin Guide, praised the restaurant for combining ‘fairly simple surroundings’ with ‘excellent quality food’.

Come and treat your pallet whilst taking a break in one of the excellent Dublin hotels over the coming months.

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