Dublin’s Sole Seafood & Grill has secured its fifth consecutive victory as the Best Luxury Seafood in Europe.
The prestigious award was earned at the 2023 World Luxury Restaurant Awards, an international culinary competition. Sole stood out among global competitors, with Culinary Director Richie Wilson and Head Chef Oscar Mingyi Chen receiving the accolade in Athens, Greece, on October 28.
This is the second most exciting thing to happen at Sole this year, right after Harry Styles eating there while he was here on tour.
Renowned for its opulent seafood offerings, Sole is surprisingly accessible with an early bird menu that includes oysters, moules et frites, seafood chowder, and Sea Bass at no additional cost. The restaurant’s “Sea-to-Sole” approach transports diners to the heart of the sea, featuring delicacies like seafood towers and Coquilles St. Jaques, making it the perfect choice for a special, impressive dinner.
Sole’s impressive journey began in 2019, and the restaurant has since collected multiple awards, including Luxury Seafood Restaurant in Northern Europe in 2019 and 2020. Sole’s Culinary Director, Richie Wilson, expressed gratitude for their continuous success, acknowledging the dedication of the entire Sole team, guests, producers, local suppliers, and partners.
In its five years of operation, Sole has gained a reputation for serving ocean-fresh fish and a “sea-to-Sole” concept. Their partnerships with top Irish suppliers like David Keane Connemara Oysters, Kish Fish, and Peter Hannan for beef showcase their commitment to quality.
Sole offers exclusive dining experiences, including private dining options and the coveted Calvisius Caviar Experience, featuring Ars Italica Calvisius Caviar, a premium culinary delight.
Adding to its allure, Sole was a dining choice for international sensation Harry Styles during his visit to Dublin in the summer of 2022, alongside actress Olivia Wilde. These accolades, along with celebrity endorsements, solidify Sole Seafood & Grill as a top-notch seafood destination in Dublin.
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