For an authentic Japanese experience in the heart of Dublin City look no further than Yamamori.
Yamamori offers an authentic Japanese cultural experience from three venues in the heart of Dublin City Centre, each with a distinctive personality. All three venues are in walking distance of all Dublin’s historical attractions, such as the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College and St. Stephen’s Green. The Yamamori restaurants neatly frame the historical city centre, by the Ha’Penny Bridge (1816) and in Ireland’s first cafe on Georges St (1894).
Yamamori Noodles opened twenty years ago, as Dublin’s first ever Japanese restaurant. Yamamori now has three restaurants and two lively sake bars.
Whether is be a comforting bowl of chunky aromatic noodles at Yamamori Noodles, a sunny afternoon enjoying the freshest, fluffiest sushi at Yamamori Sushi, a rare Japanese whiskeys and beer at Yamamori Tengu, or dancing the night away with fresh fruit cocktails at Yamamori Izakaya – Yamamori has something for everyone!
Read TheTaste review of Yamamori Noodles here.
After nineteen years as Dublin’s first Japanese restaurant, Yamamori Noodles is well known for its high-quality food and service.
Offering an authentic Japanese cultural experience, only the freshest local ingredients, and an exclusive range of premium Japanese sake, beer, and cocktails.
Yamamori Izakaya is located in what was originally Ireland’s very first cafe. The original architecture, oriental decor and deep urban soul tunes set the scene. Downstairs is the Japanese style drinking house, serving small Japanese tapas dishes (Japas), the famous Izakaya cocktails, and plenty of Japanese whiskeys, beers and sake.
Here you can enjoy the 1940′s Chinese beer ads, movie posters, and some urban lounge, and deep soul tunes from Dublin’s up and coming DJ’s.
Visit Yamammori Izakaya at 12/13 South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2. For Reservations call (01) 645 8001, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opened in April of 2007, Yamamori Sushi is located in two stunning Georgian houses next to the Ha’penny bridge. The restaurant has four different dining areas, including our newly decorated, heated and covered Bamboo garden, the perfect place for lunch al fresco!
Learn about Japanese history and culture through our authentic collection of 19th century Japanese and Samurai artifacts, and steal some cooking tips from our talented chefs in the open plan kitchen. Separate bars and dining areas available for private booking. Yamamori has something for everyone!
Visit Yamamori Sushi at 38/39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1. For reservations call (01) 872 0003, or email email@example.com.
Yamamori Tengu is our hidden gem at the back of Yamamori Sushi. Inspired by the Japanese folk legend, the historical Tengu mask maintains a watchful eye on all who enter. An impressive selection of rare Japanese whiskeys and beer, delicious Japanese nibbles over a game of ping pong, and the infamous Sweet and Spicy cocktails ensure there is something for everyone. Tengu is also available for private bookings.
Vist Yamamori Tengu at the rear of Yamamori Sushi, 38/39 Lower Ormond Quay, Dublin 1. For Reservations call (01) 872 000, or email firstname.lastname@example.org..
Sun – Thur: 12.00-22.30.
Fri – Sat: 12.00-23.30
Sun – Thur: 12.00-22.30
Fri – Sat: 12.00-23.30
Thur – Sun: 17.30-1.30