We had such an excellent experience at the Good Egg Cafe (same location - see my review), and have heard good things from many people about Pepperclub, that we assumed the dinner experience would be great, too. Not so much.
The service was very slow, and seemed to lack any sort of team work. We had no appetizer, no dessert, and one glass of wine each, and it took a party of two over an hour and a half to eat. The server seemed to have no idea of how to combine tasks - she seated us with menus, but didn't ask about drinks, and then took more than 10 minutes to return and ask if wanted drinks. Meanwhile, there were 3 other women roaming the dining room, even though we were only the fourth party there - all two tops.
My husband had the lamb, served with mashed potatoes and butternut squash. He thought it was very good except for the potatoes, which he said had no flavor until he poured the lamb au jus over them. I had scallops, served with mussels, a saffron tomato, and chard/asiago risotto. The scallops and mussels were perfectly cooked (meaning very lightly), but were room temperature. I couldn't tell the difference between the saffron tomato and stewed tomatoes, but I also got some grilled zucchini, yellow squash, and onions which were tasty, and just slightly spicy. Mixed with the tomatoes, it all evened out into a nice accompaniment. The really weak part of the meal was the risotto- it came as 2 scoops (as from a large melon baller, or a lunch lady's potato scoop). Properly prepared, risotto shouldn't hold a shape like this. When I tried some, it was cold - as in prepared in advance, portioned, refrigerated, and inadequately reheated. I asked the server to take it back, and I got a repeat - only this was so cold, the chard stem I bit into resembled a refrigerated carrot chunk in texture.
When the server finally brought the bill, we were overcharged, and the server seemed confused about how to rectify it.
I was completely unimpressed, and in city with so many outstanding places to eat, I doubt I will return.