Dubliners will have to settle for one of three restaurants to fill the Michelin star list on Monday, when a new Michelin Guide is published.
The Michelin guide will list restaurants in the Dublin metro area, including those with Michelin stars.
The Dublin International Airport is also included in the list, which will include the likes of the Bitter End, Tuscany and The Old Vic.
This year, Dublin International airport is being updated to accommodate the rise of the airlines.
The first Michelin edition of the Dublin International airports was published in 2013, with an entry on the city’s airport, which has been a popular destination for business travellers.
An entry for Dublin Airport has been added to the Dublin Airport Guide.
It will take some time to see if the Dublin airport will be included in this year’s list.
There will be four categories for restaurants to earn stars, with stars earned for excellence in food and drink, outstanding service, outstanding environment, and a “best in class” award.
Titles earned include:Cocktail bar, restaurant, bar, barista, restaurant barista source The Guardian article Dublin has more Michelin-starred restaurants than any other city in Europe, according to the first Micheinist to assess the citys star rating system.
The Dublin International Terminal (DIT) restaurant, which was recently awarded a star for its cocktail bar, has the highest star rating of any in Europe.
Its Michelin award is for outstanding service and cleanliness.
Dublin Airport has the third highest Michelin rating in the country behind Amsterdam and Barcelona.
The city also has a Michelin Star for the best in class, and the top three restaurant Michelin winners.
In a report published in February, Dublin Airport director-general Richard Foulkes said: “The city has a very diverse dining scene, with a great range of food options to choose from and an excellent bar and restaurant scene, all of which is well represented in our guide.”
Dublin International Airport also has the fifth highest Michevin rating of all cities in Europe with a star of 10.7.