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Peachtree East

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Peachtree East
Paul Phillips
Unit A3, Tallaght Cross East, Tallaght, Dublin 24,
Co.Dublin

Telephone: +353 (0)1 413-9965
Email: peachtreeeast@gmail.com
Web: peachtreeeast.com

Since it opened, Peachtree East has quickly picked up a loyal following of impressed patrons who cannot speak highly enough of it. Open throughout the day and offering a restaura...

Peachtree East
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  • Peachtree East
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How to get there

Opposite the last stop on the LUAS, at Tallaght, beside the library.

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Opening Hours:
Tues/Wed - 12pm-3pm/5.30pm-9pm
Thurs/Fri - 12pm-3pm/5.30pm-12am
Sat - 10am-3pm/5.30pm-12am
Sun - 10am-5pm
Closed Mondays
Cuisine:
Traditional Irish with European influences
A La Carte:
Mains €13-€20 (steak fillet €28)
Table d’Hote:
On request
Early Bird:
2/3 course €20/€25
From 5.30pm-7pm
Sunday Lunch/Brunch:
Yes (Saturday Brunch also)
Children’s Menu:
Yes
Number of Covers:
65+60 upstairs
Wheelchair Facilities:
Yes
Credit Cards:
Yes
Private Dining Facilities:
Yes
Wifi:
Yes
LUAS:
Yes - Tallaght Station

About The Restaurant

Since it opened, Peachtree East has quickly picked up a loyal following of impressed patrons who cannot speak highly enough of it. Open throughout the day and offering a restaurant, cocktail lounge and coffee house, Head Chef and Proprietor, Paul Phillips, and his culinary team have made it their mission to provide “delicious and remarkable food and drinks” to all that walk through their doors, and, having created quite a buzz in the foodie world, I couldn’t wait to try it out for myself. So, himself and myself hopped in the car and shot out the M50 in search of some Peachtree eats.

The restaurant itself is spacious and welcoming with a very pleasant and airy contemporary vibe. Lots of clean-cut wood finishes and a large window walled front giving it a very open and relaxed feel, while their upstairs cocktail lounge with its marble topped tables and cool hanging light fixtures offers a cool intimate air. There is also a roomy outdoor dining area to the front of the restaurant which would be perfect for those mid-summer days, whether it’s for a good meal or a cocktail and some guiltless people watching.

On our dinnertime visit, a selection of starters included scallops with cauliflower and a citrus cardamom relish; ham hock with crispy egg and celeriac remoulade as well as their soup of the evening. I decided to try their potted salmon which was served up with a tasty shrimp butter and some spelt toast to the side. Meanwhile, Brendan quite fancied a goat’s cheese terrine, which he enjoyed immensely with vine ripened tomatoes, basil and a side of sourdough bread.

For the mains, there was plenty to choose from, such as duck breast with salsify and wild blueberries or chicken supreme with gnocchi, wild mushroom and Romanesco. Their braised beef cheek was with red cabbage and parsnip puree, while a roast mixed nut loaf was being offered with a butternut puree and tomato chutney. The pressed belly of pork, for me, was delicious and tender, flanked by a black pudding cigar and burnt apple puree along with a side of steamed greens with a flavoursome chilli garlic dressing. Brendan had his eyes on the steaks, however, electing for a 10oz fillet with, his choice, a roast peppercorn sauce and a side of utterly moreish chipped potatoes, which he begrudgingly allowed me to sample.

Thoroughly enjoying our meal, we thought we’d push the boat out just a bit further with some decadent desserting. I was curious about the Peachtree East chocolate surprise, but in the end, I was delighted with my vanilla bean crème brulee with green tea semifredo and crumbly shortbread, while sir made short work of a passionfruit baked Alaska with a citrus salad.

All in all, our dinnertime visit was a smashing success, but they also do a great variety of breakfast, lunchtime and brunch menus throughout the week, along with an excellent pre-theatre/early bird from 5.30pm-7pm from Tuesday to Saturday, making it an ideal spot at any time of the day. Oh, and on Sundays, one child per adult eats for free between 1pm and 5pm!

So jump in the car or grab a LUAS or a bus and head East, the food out there is just peachy!

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