Chameleon Restaurant, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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Open Wednesday to Sunday from 4pm

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Vouchers

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Give a friend or loved one the opportunity to try our delicious food and wines. A perfect present for birthdays, special occasions or as a corporate incentive.

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Food at Home

enjoy our food at home

Want to experience the Chameleon at home? Why not choose from our Take out menu? We've also recreated an exciting range of our sauces for use at home.

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We're the best

It's official yet again - we're one of the best!

We are thrilled to have been included in this year's Sunday Times / McKenna's Guides 100 Best Restaurants for the third year in a row. Click the image below to read the review. No wonder Kevin looks so chuffed!


Set & Group Menus

Set & Group Menus

We specialise in set and group menus based on the indonesian rijst tafel. Enjoy a table of tasty and varied dishes that will excite your tastebuds!

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Asian Tapas

Asian Tapas

If you're not in the mood for a full set menu why not have a beer or glass of wine and graze on our extensive tapas and exotic buns menu.

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What they Say

  • "Above all it is a place to which you want to return"

    John Mc Kenna - The Irish Times, The McKenna Guides

  • "The Chameleon received a pass with distinction on all counts"

    George Hook, Newstalk

  • "The best meal I have had this year"

    Sunday Tribune

  • "The Chameleon is surely one of Temple Bars' genuine landmarks, with a whole lot of character and history"

    Elaine Murphy

  • "It was good enough, I would say, to be memorable"

    The Sunday Tribune

  • "Chameleon is in a different league to it's Temple Bar neighbours"

    Irish Independent

  • "Certainly one of the best destinations in the city for non-meat eaters, it is a pleasure for omnivores as well"

    Totally Dublin

  • "It was well-balanced food, keenly priced and worthy of family gatherings, a celebratory blow-out of a 'do' of any description"

    The Sunday World

  • "Good Karma and a whopping rijsttafel in Chameleon, Temple Bar"

    Ernie Whalley, The Sunday Times


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