Darwins restaurant offers contemporary international cuisine with an extensive menu catering for ‘carnivorous, coeliac and vegetarian’ diners. We pride ourselves on our certified Irish Angus beef and local produce, our interesting and affordable wines and our committed and careful suppliers.
Since opening we have built a dedicated group of customers who rave about the culinary delights on offer. Our new 2016 menus are now online
A family run business, the theme of the restaurant is based on Charles Darwins ‘origin of the species'and our murals cause quite a stir.
Darwins own in house butchers supplies and sources all their certified Irish meats including Angus, game, poultry and genuine Dry aged beef. We have won numerous awards for our food, wine and service and the locals know we serve the best quality meat in Dublin. Discover Darwins for yourself.
Our lovely Amy at the announcement of our participation in StreetSmart in November 2015.
A big thank you to all of the customers who donated, together we have raised €3000 euro for this worthy cause. For more information click on the link below.
We are looking for amazing, experienced waiters to join our team. Send your cv to email@example.com
We are happy to announce we will open on Valentines Day, Sunday 14th February for dinner.
Our chefs have designed a delightful 3 course menu to celebrate this weekend of love!
Call 01-4757511 to reserve your table
Click here to view our Valentines Day Menu €55 pp.
Darwins is deservedly one of our favourite restaurants, and has just got bigger and better having expanded into the unit next door - Taste of Ireland 2015
I suspect that I'll remember the lamb dish that Marian had for a long time. I'd love to bring Italians here so they can taste how good lamb can be, as opposed to what passes for it in Italy. - Paolo Tullio, Irish Independent, 2014
80 Aungier Street
Dinner: Monday – Saturday, 5pm – Late
Pre-Theatre Menu is served:
Monday & Tuesday ALL NIGHT
Wednesday - Friday, 5pm – 7pm
Saturday from 5pm – 6pm.
We are closed on Sundays and Bank holidays