Welcome to Everett's of High Street, Waterford. Set in the remains of the 15th century John Collyn House, Everett's combines fabulous, modern Irish cooking with historic, atmospheric surroundings.
Lucinda O'Sullivan - "exquisite, refined, modern Irish cooking at great prices...a hot dining destination"
Tom Doorley - "Everett's is a gem...the transformation of good raw materials into something that lives on in memory long after the last forkful has been swallowed...Beat a path to its door”
Sunday Times 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland 2019 -
“The City’s leading culinary destination…Cookery finesse and presentation panache take it into orbit”
Unwind and enjoy
Our mission is to provide you with a relaxed and memorable dining experience. Sit back, taste, savour.
The Front Room
While dining in our front room you will be surrounded by the history of Waterford. The room has elements in it that date back to at least the 1460s. It has been identified as the house of the eleven times mayor of Waterford James Rice whose 1481 cadaver tomb is preserved in Christ Church Cathedral and is one of the finest in Ireland.
The front room now seats 28 diners in atmospheric surroundings. Ideal for long nights chatting over a delicious meal and a bottle of wine.
Come dine with us in our historic and intimate wine vault located beneath the house of the 15th century eleven times mayor of Waterford James Rice. James was also a wine merchant dealing mainly in Spanish wine.
Today you can soak up the atmosphere in this enchanting space. Seating 30 diners, the vault is ideal as a private dining room for your special occasion, or equally perfect for a romantic meal for two. Call us now to book your table.
Meet the chef
Peter is a Waterford native, having grown up in Viewmount Park on the edge of the city. Peter studied culinary arts in Cathal Brugha street while working with Michael Quinn in Waterford Castle. While under Michael's tutelage, Peter was awarded Eurotoques Young Chef of the Year and has remained active in the organisation ever since. Peter went on to work in Chapter One in Dublin before joining the team at Restaurant Forty One where he worked with Graham Neville as sous chef. Over the years Peter has developed his own style of cooking which reflects his deep respect for high quality produce and the enjoyment of a well cooked meal. Everett's is a result of Peter's long held desire to open his first restaurant back home where it all began. Peter is joined on his journey by co-owner and partner Keith.