To dine for: top ten restaurants of 2018

Sunday Business Post restaurant critic Gillian Nelis shares her most heavenly eating experiences of the past year

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
23rd December, 2018
9
Luna in Drury Street in Dublin 2

It has been a year when multimillion euro restaurant fit-outs hit the headlines and when the government announced the ending of the special Vat rate for hospitality businesses.

Those two facts sum up the strange nature of the sector as we prepare for 2019, a year when increased competition, a possible hard Brexit and a continuing squeeze on disposable incomes thanks to housing and other costs are all likely to create problems.

But before we brave...

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