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At Rep Restaurant we believe that dining is an art form, just like the captivating performances you'll experience at Dundee Rep Theatre. Our culinary stage is set to delight your senses with an ensemble of flavours, where each dish is crafted in house from locally sourced & fresh ingredients. We invite you to take a seat, relish the company, & savour the magic that happens when theatre & dining unite.

Our pre-theatre menu is available before all performances including matinees, and we are open 5pm till late Friday and Saturdays.

For tables of 8 people or more, or to speak to a member of the team please call 01382 223530 or email


Rep Café Bar

Enjoy a choice of drinks and light bites made by our chefs in the Dundee Rep kitchen.  Whether working, socialising, or relaxing, our bright and spacious café bar is the perfect location. The Rep Café Bar is open Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm.  We do not currently take bookings for the Rep Café Bar.   

Rep Café Bar Loyalty Card!

Get ready to savour every sip and enjoy our brand-new Loyalty Card. Buy 9 hot drinks, get the 10th one FREE! It's our way of saying thank you. Not got yours yet? Simply visit us at Dundee Rep Café Bar, grab your Loyalty Card & start collecting stamps today.

Rep Bar

Before the curtain rises, enjoy the perfect prelude to our unforgettable performances by visiting the Rep bar. Our bar is usually open one hour before the start of performances and offers a wide selection of local spirits, wines and beers. 

What's on

  1. Promotional image for "Sunset Song" with a woman running through a field and text overlay reading Sunset Song

    Sunset Song

    A revitalised and reimagined new production of Lewis Grassic Gibbon’s symphonic, astounding and ever relevant novel.
  2. No Love Songs copy on top of an orange background with a sillhouetted man holding a guitar with a woman seated inset in the silhouette

    No Love Songs

    Inspired by the real-life experiences, this piece of gig-theatre follows two new parents grappling with the challenges of parenthood and the weight of postnatal depression.
  3. A group of dancers leap with energy above a black stage lit in golden light, wearing loose white, cream and brown clothing

    The Flock & Moving Cloud

    Scottish Dance Theatre set the stage on fire with two of their most physically daring and dynamic works.