Borscht, also spelled borsch, is a famous Slavic soup that originated in Ukraine and is now enjoyed across eastern Europe. Made with red beetroots as the main ingredient, the deep red soup is often supplemented with meat and assorted vegetables, and topped with a dollop of sour cream.
Borscht can be eaten hot or cold, making it perfect for all occasions, whether as a warming winter soup or to cool you down on a hot summer’s day.
In this post we share the complete guide to borscht in Dublin.
Map of Borscht Restaurants
The following map shows the location of every borscht restaurant highlighted in this post:
The Admiral Restaurant on Marlborough Street in the north city centre prides itself as the only nautical themed restaurant in the capital. In keeping with the nautical theme, the restaurant serves up mostly seafood dishes, but it also has an eastern European influence. To that end, the restaurant offers a delicious version of the classic eastern European soup borscht.
Admiral Restaurant is a great spot to take young kids, who will be charmed with the nautical decorations of the interior, while also expanding their culinary horizons.
More information on Admiral Restaurant can be found here.
Location: 1 Q-Park Marlborough Street, Dublin