This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy.
Dublin: 7 °C Tuesday 23 April, 2019

8 restaurants in Dublin every pasta lover needs to stick on their bucket list

Mamma mia.

1. Terra Madre

You truly haven’t lived until you’ve sampled the pasta in Terra Madre. Divine.

2. Rustic Stone

While not strictly and Italian restaurant, Rustic Stone does have a sterling selection of pasta on its menu including Pork Pappardelle and Truffle Taglitatelle.

Mamma mia.

3. Manifesto, Rathmines

#sd Source: Manifesto/Facebook

Manifesto may be better known for its sublime pizza offering, but the restaurant is killing it in the pasta game, too.

4. Da Mimmo

Best pasta in town. #lovindublin @lovindublin

A post shared by Eimear McCormack (@eimearmccormack) on

If you’re looking for authentic Italian pasta that will make you feel like you’re on holidays, look no further than Da Mimmo. It is… Da Business. *ba-dum-tish*

5. Mario’s, Ranelagh

The pasta from Mario’s is comforting, delicious and hearty, and makes you wish you had an Italian mother.

6. Pacinos, Suffolk Street

MEATBALLS!! #onthespot

A post shared by Zona Yong (@indazones) on


Look at how beautiful those meatballs are. Stunning.

7. Dublin Wine Rooms

Doesn’t this look delicious? Well, it’s also gluten-free. So if you’re gluten intolerant/on a bit of a health buzz, hit up Dublin Wine Rooms.

8. Dall ‘Italia, Temple Bar and Dublin 8

Dall ‘Italia bills itself as Dublin’s only artisan pasta bar. Customers can make their own meal by choosing the pasta (tagliatelle, macheroni, etc.), the sauce (ragu, carbonara, pesto, etc.) and the toppings (aubergine, spinach, olives, etc.)

It’s simple and casual, but absolutely gorgeous.

DailyEdge is on Snapchat! Tap the button below to add!

  • Share on Facebook
  • Email this article

About the author:

Amy O'Connor

Read next: