133 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin 4
The food: French, Small Plates
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Nick Munier and Chris Fulham’s French “bar and comptoir” on Leeson Street is heavy on the cheese (both figuratively and literally), but the small plates and free-flowing Champagne have been keeping locals and critics very happy with dishes like savoury French toast with parmesan and shallots, beef tartate with smoked sour cream and aligot (cheese blended into mashed potatoes).

CRITIC REVIEWS

Katy McGuinness, Irish Independent

09 Nov 2019

 

"I'd like to see more provenance on the menu, but I enjoyed Le Perroquet and its unpretentious ways." Food 8/10. Value 8/10.

Gillian Nelis, The Sunday Business Post

14 Sep 2019

 

"It had been a most enjoyable evening of grazing, chatting, grazing and chatting some more. It had also been good value, considering how much we’d ordered..."

Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times

13 Sep 2019

 

"Despite myself, I like this place a lot. Le Perroquet pulls it off. Unlike so many themed fit-outs, it doesn’t focus on the feel of the place and forget about the cooking." 8/10.

Lucinda O'Sullivan, Sunday Independent

07 Sep 2019

 

"...gushing like the first-night bloggers – we simply couldn’t get enough of Le Perroquet."

Tom Doorley, Irish Daily Mail

23 Aug 2019

"...bold and lovely and great for Dublin"

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Le Perroquet

133 Leeson Street Upper, Dublin 4

Ph: +353 1 6771223

Open: Tue - Sat 12:00 - 14:30, 18:00 - 22:00.

www.leperroquet.ie