Food and drink
Yum, fish, steak, pheasant, chicken etc. Local produce, named and accounted for. Great wine by the glass/pichet (jug) or bottle, plus a tasty coffee shop during the day for snacks and coffee.
My roast halibut main course took the words out of my mouth, literally, beautifully cooked. Try the suckling pig, with crispy crackling - or the cod with a lobster foam. The crispy hen's egg with black pudding starter is faboulas.
It's convivial and warm, and due to the high demand for tables, Pichet is usually buzzing.
Super attentive and friendly. The influence of celebrity host Nick Munier is palpable as excellent service plays an important role alongside great food.
It's in the city centre, around the corner from Trinity College and Dame Street.
On Sundays between 2pm-6.30pm it's two courses for 20 euros or three for 25 euros.
Tables to book
Request window tables for people watching.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Mature travellers
- Celebrity spotting
- People watching