In James Joyce's Ulysses, an old Victorian grocer's shop on Camden Street is mentioned. This is it. Transformed since then into Delahunt, the main dining space's panelled walls have been seriously spruced up, and today sport a navy blue hue with graphic images hung on them. The restaurant is open from Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner. Start with an aperitif in the Sitting Room, a cocktail bar with a mid-century feel (nabbing a seat in the bay window if you can). Then, tuck into a tasting menu (there's no à la carte) accompanied by friendly, attentive service.
39 Camden St Lower, Dublin 2, D02 K277