Current Time



View As:
‹ Previous | Next ›

Editors' Pick
Save For Later

Pearl Brasserie, Dublin

20 Upper Merrion Street
Ireland 2
Tel: 353 1 661 3572
view web site ›'s insider take:

Home as it was to Peacock Alley, the restaurant in which Conrad Gallagher, the enfant terrible of Irish cooking, made his name, it's fair to say that Pearl Brasserie comes with baggage. Chef Sebastien Masi and his partner, Kirsten Batt, have quietly been building up a head of steam since opening in 2000, however. At the table, the French staff feigns great interest in every iota of your well-being, while in the kitchen, Masi is a sure hand; try the pan-fried tiger prawns served with red pepper risotto and fresh basil. The decor is contemporary, with eclectic flourishes like Belle Époque light fixtures and vaulted little alcoves. The set lunch (€22 for two courses) is one of the best-value meals in town.—Pól Ó Conghaile

Opens Mondays through Fridays 12 to 2:30 pm and 6 to 10:30 pm, Saturdays 6 to 10:30 pm.

User Reviews

write a review ›

Be the first to write a review of Pearl Brasserie and share your tips with the community.

Write a Review