Peperina Bistro Garden
25 Dunville Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin
Based on 95 reviews

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Located on leafy Dunville Avenue, Peperina Garden Bistro is South Dublin's newest eatery. A Café and Bistro with a fresh approach and contemporary menu, Peperina serves Breakfast, Lunch and Weekend Brunch as well as our candlelit Evening Menu Thursday to Saturday. Peperina's perfect for a relaxing bite to eat with colleagues or catch up with friends. If you’re not too hungry pop in for Coffee and a Scone, baked fresh daily, or browse their Home & Food Store. Conveniently located beside Beechwood LUAS stop.
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Posted 19th Feb 2017 by DKRUDDEN31655537First Timer: 1 reviews

Food was delicious. Shared chicken wings and nachos to start and they went down very well. The chicken quesadillas were very tasty and my friend had the fish special which was so good. Another friend had fish and chips and really liked it. I resisted dessert but my 4 friends loved theirs- especially the chocolate orange moose- bread and butter pudding was apparently the best my friend ever had! Very friendly and polite service. The restaurant was fairly quite but when miore people try it out it will soon be buzzing!

Posted 11th Apr 2016 by ANDYMCJEEFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Lovely meal overall, friendly and attentive staff.

Posted 11th Apr 2016 by ROKFirst Timer: 1 reviews

I got a deal voucher for this.
food was good. 20E for fish and bit of sinpach and potatoes was a bit steep seeing as it more bistro then a restaurant. chicken wings were good and fish was lovely just little steep. it a lovely quirky little place. the staff were very friendly and helpful.
would i go again with out a voucher no as i would pay that money for a different place.

Posted 9th Apr 2016 by MOLOUGHConnoisseur: 28 reviews

Excellent food and friendly waiter service.
One big negative: Even though the restaurant states on the Hi-Life website that the Hi-Life card may be used at lunch-time everyday except Saturday and Sunday and even though we mentioned Hi-Life when booking by phone for Thursday and showed cad when we arrived at restaurant - we were told on the phone and upon arrival that the card was acceptable yet when the manager presented the bill at the end of the meal he refused to accept the Hi-life cad, saying it was only accepted in the evening and made us pay the full amount. Beware!

Posted 25th Nov 2015 by LTConnoisseur: 12 reviews

Nice place, very pleasant and calming place. We sat in the garden which was nice. Good is average and maybe a bit overpriced. We had the deal but probably won't be back without another deal.

Posted 12th Nov 2015 by DUBKAVRONFirst Timer: 2 reviews

Visited the restaurant for Sunday Brunch . Extensive brunch menu was available up to 5pm on Saturday and Sunday.Great choice available for brunch including eggs benedict and Mexican style eggs with relish. Food was well presented and the staff were friendly and service excellent. Will definitely pay another visit to try the evening menu.

Posted 16th Sep 2015 by FLETCHGuru: 38 reviews

Efficient service, simple food cooked well, excellent value for money (especially with voucher)...would like to return to try some of the other options on the menu.

Posted 11th Sep 2015 by VIVISTONEFoodie: 94 reviews

Went with a couple of friends on a Friday evening, the place wasnt as busy as we expected, we all had the burger and it was huge and delicious, tne Argentinian waiter was extremely nice and attentive, would love to go back and try the brunch/lunch menu, I have been told they do a great Irish Breakfast!!

Posted 23rd Aug 2015 by RAYHOME50First Timer: 98 reviews

Had a tasty meal in peperina last Friday night. This Restaurant is very accessible to get to from the LUAS. It has tasty food and nice service though we found the place very quiet and though good quality we would find it right expensive if we hadn't had a voucher for this particular visit though it was nice.

Posted 29th Jun 2015 by MORELANDDYLANFirst Timer: 62 reviews

We booked for four people using a voucher. The restaurant was busy with loud music from the speakers but otherwise a good atmosphere. Two had chicken wings for starters which were meaty and spicy, one guest had crostini with garlic prawns and the last guest had nachos a little underwhelming with poor cheese. We waited a good while for our mains, two had steak priced at a hefty €23 for rib eye they were ok, one guest chose cananolli which was inedible and unfortunately had to be sent back to the kitchen, one guest had rotisserie chicken with garlic mushrooms and a lacklustre celeriac mash. Our guest ordered steak to replace her pasta but by this time we had finished our mains her steak was very chewy and over cooked. As a gesture of goodwill we thought we might have been deducted the difference between the two dishes but with very little apology we were charged the full price. Maybe the kitchen had a bad night but to bring back customers you have to be consistent with your food. It was very average at best with Dublin 6 prices.
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