Wine & Food in Dublin's Temple Bar
by Leslie Williams
"The pasta is cooked immaculately...
There is not a dud dish on this menu...
Piglet seems far too modest (a name) for a place this good but perhaps that is the point — the simple can also be profound"
by Katy McGuinness
"Each tapas dish is a
delicious morsel of full-on flavour...
Brilliant wine knowledge and service. My advice: put yourself in the hands of the experts."
by Catherine Cleary
"The octopus salad is full of the properly gnarly bits of octopus that you normally have to take a Ryanair flight to find...
I didn’t dream Piglet up, but work in progress wobbles aside, it’s exactly the kind of place I would wish into being if I could."
by John & Sally McKenna
"Piglet operates a form of quantum cooking, where minuscule space equals massive flavours. Match those flavours with the superb
wines that Enrico Fantasia and Thibaud Harang
import, and you have all you need to make a
by Gaby Guedez
"The simplicity of Piglet Wine Bar is just like the one of an oyster: hiding within its modest appearance lies the ultimatesophistication of a pearl."
by Sarah Clayton-Lea
"Nestled away in an area of Temple Bar world's apart from the cobblestone tourist traps, you'll find an authentic Italian winebar with great wine and even greater food."
12.30 - 9.30pm
(or a little later sometimes!)
5 Cow's Lane, Temple Bar, D08DP11