With a sharp focus on Irish, locally sourced produce, the Brasserie is a refreshing addition to the Grand Canal restaurant scene. Located right beside the Bord Gais Energy Theatre, it’s the perfect pre-theatre destination.
The rich elemental theme of the Marker comes to life in this space. The bold, abstract ceiling is complimented by modern, minimal furniture, including legendary design icon - the Panton chair. A spectacular grey marble table dominates the space, while private booths and banquette seating create just the right amount of privacy for intimate dining. Our exclusive Party Table is really special. With room for 130 people, it’s designed to bring that extra little something to your gathering.
In Ireland, the traditional way of cooking is to create simple dishes, built around one great ingredient. The Brasserie is no different. From succulent rare breed pork or prime dry-aged beef we try to stay true to our Irish roots. Read More
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Generally very good evening. We felt choice of food on pre-theatre menu was quite limited. Food was very good but we thought quite expensive for what we got.
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Food was good and tasty but the service was non existent. We were waiting for a drink order for a long time and in the end cancelled them as we had to leave. Service is not up to Irish standards we are reknowned for. Pity as it is a nice hotel and bat in a nice part of town. Will need to try harder to pull the tourists out of temple bar.
Posted 31st May 2016 by SWADEFirst Timer: 5 reviews
Had a 'girlie' lunch here last Sunday. I was very disappointed. The Menu was trying to be both a brunch and lunch menu and difficult to navigate, the food was fine but I've had as good in a nice pub. Staff were very friendly and not too overly attentive but overall for the price it was just a little on the blah side
Posted 13th Jan 2016 by DERVILNewbie: 15 reviews
The Marker is no more than a decent 4 star hotel, however it calls itself a 5 star hotel. This theme also applies to their restaurant. Its ok, its just nothing special.
Posted 14th Dec 2014 by ARFUR DALEYFirst Timer: 6 reviews
Went for the set Lunch which sounds like pretty good value for the quality of food however you don't get much food so have to order sides which cost a good bit extra. Service was excellent. Atmosphere was not great at lunch - I would say we were the only people not on a business lunch.
Posted 14th Mar 2014 by ALAN101First Timer: 14 reviews
Lovely room and atmosphere. Not a very extensive cocktail choice (and not very good). Wine also on the expensive side. 'Le Drunch' was lovely - however, portions were small.
Posted 20th Jan 2014 by FOOD4ALL1Newbie: 38 reviews
The food was nice but I've had better. I don't know where they are getting their prices from. I don't like that as soon as you walk through the front doors you're in the bar rather than a reception area. The staff were friendly. Was with a party of 10 so we had great banter and made our own atmosphere. Wouldn't be in a hurry to go back.
Posted 16th Aug 2013 by SAMKIKOConnoisseur: 30 reviews
Very convenient for pre-theatre dinner. Wine and food a bit pricey but the food is good. Excellent service and very friendly staff.
Posted 3rd Jul 2013 by NOLANWEGuru: 53 reviews
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