Monkstown Village has a diverse range of cafés and restaurants, offering everything you need for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Eating in Monkstown is an experience that caters to all tastes. Each icon below leads to the respective restaurants' website or social media profile


8a Brasserie

8a Brasserie is a family run restaurant in the heart of Monkstown

Avoca Salt Cafe

In addition to the familiar Avoca foodhall offering, the Monkstown Foodmarket offers top quality fresh fruit and vegetables, our very own Avoca Butcher

Bresson Restaurant

Bresson brings fine dining and great value to Monkstown and South County Dublin served in a casual, comfortable and friendly ambience. Downstairs the room exudes French flair and brasserie ambience. Our upstairs dining room is available for Private Dining and group dining requests


Cinnamon Monkstown is a relaxed, casual environment for breakfast, lunch or dinner, whatever the occasion. Serving brunch every weekend and Early Bird every evening between 5pm - 7pm. Our comfortable, spacious cafe and fully licenced restaurant is located on the crescent in the cosy village of Monkstown

FX Buckley

The Buckley Family has achieved legendary status in Dublin over the last six generations – originally as butchers and purveyors of the finest quality meats, and subsequently as operators of some of the nation’s favourite steakhouses, gastro-pubs and bars. Legends in our own lunchtime, you might say!

That's Amore

An Italian restaurant, Delicatessen and Cafe. If you like Italian food, you will love That’s Amore. Using only authentic ingredients sourced both locally and directly from Italy

Victoria Asian Cuisine

Welcome to Victoria Restaurants. Established since 1990 we are a group of restaurants serving authentic Chinese and Asian cuisine in Dublin and Naas. Victoria Restaurants are renowned for our friendly service, fantastic atmosphere and traditional food that will tantalise your taste buds. We are open seven days a week from 5pm until late and open for lunch on Sundays

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