Dublin steak restaurant ranked in Top 10 for the entire world
It is the only Irish steak restaurant to make the list of the top 101 in the world.
If you love steak, then you'll be happy to hear that you don't have to travel very far to dine on some of the very best steak in the entire world. The judges for the World's 101 Best Steak Restaurants revealed that Dublin based eatery F.X. Buckley is ranked No.6 for all steak restaurants on the entire planet!
It is also the only Irish steak restaurant to make their top 101 list. This is what the judges had to say about FX Buckley:
"100% Irish - 100% quality. The Buckley Family has achieved legendary status in Dublin over the last six generations – originally as butchers and purveyors of the finest quality meats, and subsequently as operators of some of the nation’s favourite steakhouses, gastro-pubs and bars.
"At F.X. Buckley they source their own Angus and Hereford beef, which means that they know exactly what’s being served on their restaurant tables. The steak cuts from heifers only are grazed for at least two years on the finest quality Irish grass, which means that there’s lots of time for a good layer of marbling to build up – for that extra special flavour.
"Although we have known the benefits of Irish beef for a long time, the quality on offer has been very good. F.X. Buckley has left a lasting impression with us and is new in our top 10 of our list of the World’s Best Steak Restaurants."
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You can check out the full 101 top steak restaurants here, but here is the run down of the top 10:
10 - Bazaar Meat - Las Vegas, USA
9 - Lana - Madrid, Spain
8 - Rockpool Bar & Grill - Sydney, Australia
7 - Due Cippi - Saturnia, Italy
6 - F.X. Buckley - Dublin, Ireland
5 - El Caprichio - Jiménez de Jamuz, Spain
4 - Carcasse - Koksijde, Belgium
3 - American Cut Tribeca - New York, USA
2 - Hawksmoor - London, UK
1 - Parrilla Don Julio - Buenos Aires, Argentina
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