L'Officina translates as 'the workshop' and it was with this name in mind that Eileen, Stefano and David came to bring about the inception of its slightly more experimental establishments. With locations in both Dundrum Town Centre and Kildare Village, L'Officina stays alongside the cutting edge of fashion by supplying classic, traditional Italian dishes with a new twist.
Like the fashion around it, the highest quality can come at good prices - making this the perfect stop pre-, mid- or post-shopping. Prepare yourself for the day ahead with a coffee crafted to perfection by our highly skilled baristi and a late breakfast or brunch. Need something to help you maintain the stamina? Our pasta, risottos and panini combine wonderfully fresh ingredients and traditional recipes to prime you for the rest of the day.
New specials are imagined daily, reflecting the name 'the workshop' as our chefs use traditional techniques and recipes seasoned with a hint of artistry to deliver new twists on classics.
L'Officina, with its proximity to Movies @ Dundrum makes it ideal for grabbing a bite before or after the cinema - perfect for an evening's entertainment.
To contact L'Officina Dundrum by phone, call 01 216 6764.
L'Officina Dundrum Opening Times
|Monday - Thursday
||9am - late
|Friday - Saturday
||9am - late
||11.00am - late
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14, 44, 44B
14: Stops on D'Olier Street (the street to the left when crossing O'Connell Bridge from O'Connell Street) and Nassau Street (runs alongside Trinity College perpendicular to Grafton Street). Also stops on Kildare Street, outside the National Museum of Ireland.
44: The 44 bus route begins on Townsend Street - if coming from O'Connell Street, cross the bridge following the road left onto D'Olier Street. At the end of D'Olier Street, turn left at Doyle's pub onto Townsend Street.
44b: Stops on Dawson Street (parallel to Grafton Street to the left if standing at the Molly Malone statue.
Dundrum or Balally stops on the Green Luas Line. The Green Line begins at St. Stephen's Green, continuing through Ranelagh out to Dundrum. If approaching from the other side of the Luas line, stops to note before reaching Dundrum/Balally would be Stillorgan, Sandyford and Leopardstown.