Please note opening hours are subject to change from week to week based on seasonality and exclusive bookings.
Monday - Friday: 6:30am - 10am
Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays: 7am - 11am
Closed Mondays & Saturdays
Tuesday - Friday: 12:30pm - 2pm
Sunday: "Le Drunch" (The Marker's Late Lunch) 2pm - 5pm
Closed Mondays & Sundays
Tuesday - Thursday:
Pre-theatre: 5pm - 7pm (subject to availability)
A la Carte: 6pm - 9pm
Saturday & Sunday:
Pre-theatre: 5pm - 7pm (subject to availability)
A la Carte: 6pm - 10pm
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Brasserie at The Marker
With a sharp focus on Irish, locally sourced produce, the Brasserie is a refreshing addition to the Grand Canal restaurant scene. A space of elemental light and energy that transforms seamlessly from day to night. The stunning geometric ceilings animate the light filled Brasserie to create a fresh, modern restaurant with a firm emphasis on design. The Brasserie is a destination for food lovers who love to try something different, yet share a passion for discovering simple, unfussy dishes made with locally sourced ingredients that let the food speak for itself.
Service was excellent. First day of the winter menu. I had the venison ; it was perfectly cooked.
Service and food were fantastic. My only tip would be to maybe dim the lights a little or have warmer lighting and maybe have music a little louder to help create a slightly more relaxed atmosphere. Overall great experience though!
first time there, very good
we did not enjoy the choices on the pre theatre menu at all. that black ink squid on the sea bass was disgusting. sorry but there was not enough of a varied menu
Delicious dinner, great value with the pre-theatre menu. Nice relaxed atmosphere. Lovely staff, but it seemed our waiter had too many tables too cover? Will gladly go back again.
Very positive first experience of the Brasserie
Service was amazing, lovely pretheatre meal, a little on the pricey side, but worth it for the wonderful food and service.
Very enjoyable experience. We found that it got quite cold every time the door opened. This was the only complaint. Everything else was first class. Thank you for the experience.
Very friendly staff that went out of their way to accommodate us!
Good location especially if you are going to the Bord Gaia theatre. Pre-theatre menu not bad, choice a bit limited but food itself very good.
Slow service, food was nice enough but not for the price we paid. Lacked atmosphere of a 5 star hotel. lots of plastic plants throughout the hotel - again 5 star, surely you would have fresh flowers...
Had my birthday dinner here and I must say I really enjoyed it. The food was exquisite and most definitely worth the money. Staff and waiter attending my group were lovely. Restaurant is beautiful. Would definitely come again and would recommend to a friend
Very rushed service. If customer has asked for a pre food aperitif then please allow customer to enjoy the drinks before food is rushed to the table less than 2 minutes after drinks are presented. My main course of sea bass chowder was garnished with a large helping of sweet corn which in my opinion took from the dish and if I were being cynical I'd say it was only on the dish as a plate filler which has a very cheap additional cost ... Perhaps an accompaniment of lentils with spinach would be more appropriate.
Service wasn't great, main course went cold after 5 mins
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First time in the Marker - all told a lovely surprise and ideal pre theatre dinner. Will be back for a more leisurely dinner
Very helpful staff before, during and after our meal. Very pleasant to deal with. Food was disappointing. Steak overcooked and the meringue was solid, unbreakable.
Not much choice on pre theatre menu. Friendly staff but two different staff did not bring extra order or dessert menu. Tables very close together. Pre theatre menu good value.
The Marker wine dinner is always a fantastic experience from the food to the wine and of course the atmosphere and sorroundings. It’s also, fantastic value for money. The Marker really stands out for its warm and attentive staff who are a class apart. Lee, Sandra and the amazing waiting staff (Lyndsey is super!) really set the Marker wine dinner event apart from every other such event in the City.
Once again Sandra and Gareth's teams have excelled and delivered what was a very memorable dining experience.
Amazing server, his first night, and he couldn't have been more attentive and polite and friendly
The food portion seemed less for such prices.
Our white wine arrived and was not chilled. I said it to the waitress who said that all the wine was chilled in the ice bank and all would be the same temperature. I said that wasn’t good enough and I wanted a chilled bottle of white wine. Waitress eventually came back with a bottle from the bar which was chilled. I wasn’t expecting this from a five star hotel. Never mind the unchilled wine but the fact I had to argue to get a chilled bottle of wine. I wasn’t being excessive. It’s minimum standard to expect in any pub or restaurant. After that, all was great. Fabulous food. Really enjoyable evening in the marker however, I’d say rethink that ice bank.
Excellent venue for pre theatre dining. Staff were exceptionally nice. Food was a little disappointing to be honest.
Service was really excellent, top job by all the staff. The hare special was excellent, the breads, the croquette were also really good. I would definitely recommend and will certainly return