Attention Customers….

Pickle Resturant will be closed for maintenance from 12th – 20th June.

We are offering two sittings for indoor dining of 2 hours duration each. The first sitting slot starts roughly between 5:00pm and 6:15pm and the second between 8:30pm and 9:00pm to close. Additional sitting at 3.00 p.m. and 4.00 p.m. on Saturday’s and Sunday’s.

You can make your reservation online clicking HERE.


Closed Monday & Tuesdays

Wednesday to Friday

12:00pm – 2:30pm
(Last Orders at 2:15pm)
(restaurant closes at 4:00pm)

5:00pm – 10:00pm
(Last Orders at 9:30pm)


3:00pm – 10:00pm
(Last Orders at 9:30pm)
(no lunch menu only a la carte)


3:00pm – 9:30pm
(Last Orders at 9:15pm)
(no lunch menu only a la carte)



Our chef will be delighted to create a special tasting menu, unique to you, on request, using seasonal & local produce and North Indian cooking techniques and recipes. This is available every evening the restaurant is open, please just ask.

Price for 5 course menu starts at €75 per person (applies to entire table) and with matching wines carefully chosen by our general manager Benny, €110 per person.


Prepared with the best of Irish ingredients and loads of love…

Please note that our A La Carte Main Menu is not available to parties of 8 guests or more. Instead we are delighted to offer you a special group menu so you can continue to enjoy all Pickle’s favourite dishes!

We are not wheelchair accessible.

We regret to inform you that Pickle Restaurant is no longer offering takeaway service.

Treat somebody to Pickle… get a gift voucher online!


There isn’t a culinary accolade that Sunil Ghai hasn’t achieved… however, the fresh challenge for Ghai is his new Pickle Eating House & Bar, which has just opened on Camden Street, and is the hottest ticket in town…
Lucinda O’Sullivan, | 22/03/2016
With the opening of Pickle, their new restaurant on Dublin’s Camden Street, Sunil Ghai and Benny Jacob are once again challenging the way we think about ethnic cooking…
John McKenna, | March 2016

Oldschool Pickle is the new thing for Indian food, the Camden Street restaurant may look retro, but is a long way from 1990s McMadras…

Catherine Cleary, Irish Times | 19/03/2016

Sunil Ghai was the creative force behind Jaipur and later the excellent Ananda in Dundrum, and he has finally struck out on his own with Pickle and taken along his old front-of-house colleague Benny Jacob…

Lesley Williams, Irish Examiner | 26/03/2016
A new Indian restaurant is opening on Camden Street and it looks incredible… Table for two in Pickle, please.
Amy O’Connor, Daily Edge | 4/03/2016

Regretfully, we need to remind our customers that no food from outside the restaurant is allowed into our premises. We understand special occasions such as birthdays, etc, require particular exceptions so please contact us to discuss these BEFORE coming to the restaurant.
We also would like to remind our customers that a minimum charge of €35 applies per person.