Peploe’s story began with the owners passion for simple good food, fine wine and art.
The restaurant is housed in a listed building of 1760’s classic Georgian Dublin. A huge amount of building work was done to create the distinctive basement hideaway you will find today. A total of 350 tonnes of concrete no less was excavated before Peploe’s opened their doors to the public in November 2003.
Peploe’s is named after the renowned Scottish Colourist, Samuel John Peploe. Reproductions of his artwork and that of other Scottish Colourists (commissioned from young Irish artists) adorn the walls. The largest mural runs the length of one wall providing a colourful backdrop. You will keep company with many familiar faces, Bill Clinton & Pavarotti to name just a few adding to the overall unique dining experience
Over the years Peploe’s has been a stalwart choice for locals and visitors alike offering menus with a fusion of flavours with Irish and International influences.
If you are looking for something a little bit different and a little bit special, you have found it!
Open 7 days for lunch & dinner
Noon till late
Bank Holiday Mondays
Closed for lunch
90 covers in the main restaurant
25 covers in the brasserie section