Potager Restaurant Skerries


Our neighbourhood restaurant has found its home in the old Munster and Leinster bank in Skerries village in North County Dublin.

We serve modern Irish seasonal food and our menus are built around our outstanding Irish producers and their ingredients.

Run by Cathal Leonard and Sarah Ryan; the restaurant has a warm, relaxed style, offering great food in a unique setting.


When you visit us you'll experience a set menu designed to showcase Irish ingredients.
Our absolute mission is to ensure that each and every one of our customers enjoys an exceptional dining experience.

Potager is available for private hire,

We cater for intimate weddings, up to 35 guests, corporate hire, private parties or business meetings.  For availability and further information please email us at info@potager.ie

This painting was a present to us from our good friend Pearse from The Rock Bakery
This painting was a present to us from our good friend Pearse from The Rock Bakery


Potager, Skerries: The best money you’ll spend on food in a Dublin restaurant

Catherine Cleary, The Irish Times

Beat a path to this Northside delight - it's a taste sensation

Tom Doorley, The Irish Daily Mail

Potager has that magic and feels like two people who've laid everything on the line to create their perfect restaurant

Lisa Cope, All The Food

Food is delivered by a team of quietly proud young chefs... and each of them seems as excited by the food they serve as we are to eat it.

Aoife Carrigy, Food & Wine

Leonard's food is faultless - light and perfectly judged - with an unerring eye for colour.

Lucinda O'Sullivan, The Sunday Independent

The cooking is precise and each dish beautifully presented, but it's the balance of textures and flavours that will linger in the mind.

Georgina Campbell, Ireland Guide

Fuss free: Potager does sophisticated food without trying too hard

Katy McGuinness, The Irish Independent

There is lovely attention to detail in the cooking in Potager and we experienced this from the bread through to the dessert.

Leslie Williams, The Irish Examiner