Eatokyo have lately opened their second restaurant in Talbot Avenue, located simply a few minutes stroll from the “Monument of Gentle” in Dublin’s metropolis centre.
Eatoyko use regionally sourced Irish beef, hen, recent fish and seafood rigorously ready day by day by their skilled Chef. You’ll discover a tasty and vibrant collection of Japanese avenue meals, starting from noodles and gyozas (pan fried crispy dumplings) to sushi and ramen.
Signature dishes embrace Rooster Katsu Curry with sticky rice and pickled radish, crispy duck served with shichimi spice and Futomaki – giant sushi rolls with tasty fillings comparable to gentle shell crab or deep fried tempura.
Sunday – Thursday
12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
12:00 pm – 11:00 pm
How a lot
Dishes at Eatokyo Talbot Avenue begin from €three.99 for a starter, €11.99 for a foremost and €three.90 for sushi (two items per portion).
The place is Eatokyo Talbot Avenue?
four Talbot Avenue, Dublin
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NOTE: Eatokyo’s different restaurant is positioned within the vibrant and busy space of Temple Bar (postcode: D02 NH04), overlooking the River Liffey and Ha’penny Bridge.