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We had dinner here two nights, and breakfast for two mornings. These were all included in our tour and I have no idea what it would have cost.
The breakfast was a normal Irish breakfast which we had at most hotels on the tour. Photo 5 is of the dining room at breakfast.
At this one, there was a buffet where we could get fresh fruit juices, fruit salad or fruit compote, cereal, pastries, yoghurt, breads and preserves. The waiter would taken orders for Tea/Coffee, Toast or Cooked Breakfast which was "Grilled Limerick Bacon, fresh Tomato, Black and white Pudding, Pork Sausages" served with a choice of Fried, Poached or Scrambled egg. My grandson also had French toast.
I didn't take pictures of the first dinner, but photo 4 shows the menu of the second dinner
The tables were set up for four, so at the second dinner, my grandson ate with Scott and his mother and aunt. I don't know what he had.
Favorite Dish: The second night I had the parfait of chicken livers, breaded veal olives and a chocolate dessert which are all pictured.
Updated Jul 13, 2007
There is much discussion over which Killarney seafood restaurant is the best, so we opted for Foley's and agreed to try the others another time. We weren't disappointed.
For those looking for an authentic Irish pub atmosphere you'll find it here - the bar is at the front and the restaurant behind that. As you enter you'll be asked first to enjoy a drink in the cosy bar as you study the menu.
The menu is vast without being overpowering. Every imaginable fish is listed in general and can be ordered in any combination or cooking method. In addition to this there are standard specials of the house and I chose from these.
When we were seated at our dining table we all felt that the table was a bit small. However, it proved adequate and when the food arrived it was so good that we didn't mind.
Service was very pleasant and very prompt. Bread was home made nutty brown and fresh.
Favorite Dish: I started with the baked oysters in champagne sauce. The sauce was creamy yet full of air (champagne bubbles, I presume). They were divine.
I followed this with the seafood platter. This was imaginative and different in that the platter was divided in two - the hot fish side and the cold fish side. There were three different kinds of white fish, mussels, salmon, a giant scallop in its shell with more champagne sauce, an oyster in the shell, king prawns, smoked salmon, clams, lobster terrine, and several other fish that I have forgotten. These were garnished with a large crisp mixed salad and served with a choice of baked potatoe, fries, or roast potatoes. I relished every morsel, though there was so much that I almost didn't finish it.
I passed at dessert, but I cannot wait to return to try some more of the delightfully fresh local seafood which is the speciality of this house.
Non-seafood dishes are also well catered for here.
Updated May 23, 2007
Delectable ice cream, smooth hot chocolate, and smiling handsome waiters make this place well worth a visit.
Situated on the main street in Killarney this coffee shop is on two levels.
We went in to get ice cream and sat down to enjoy. Even though it was lamost 9pm the place was still humming, and I'm not surprised.
I indulged in a wafer cone stuffed to overflowing with one scoop of honey lavender and one scoop of chocolate raspberry. As I waited for my friends to order I couldn't help salivating over the hot chocolate menu and ended up ordering a Hot Aztec to accompany my ice cream. The drink conmsisted of hot beverage made from real chocolate, flavoured with spices and chillis, and topped with whipped cream and thick chocolate flakes.
It's not for someone on a diet - just take a peek at the home made gateaux!
Favorite Dish: It would have to be that Aztec hot chocolate - whoever thought of adding the chilli and spices was a true culinary genius!!!!!
Updated May 22, 2007
Beaufort is a small village about 7 miles outside killarney (about 15 euro in a taxI) The Beaufort bar is a real country local and the restraunt which is upstairs is better than anywhere in town...
Small quaint, excellent food & service, and not the general overcrowded type of place you will so often find in town. You will need to book a table, check out
Favorite Dish: you must try the aghadoe black pudding
Written Aug 27, 2006
Address: beaufrot village killarney
We went in on New Years Day for a few drinks and some grub - the food was great but the staff looked completely and totally miserable!
Favorite Dish: I had delicious crunchy and succulent chicken tenders with fries and salad. Was also tempted by the chowder, but I could not face it on account of the Xmas X-cess ;)
Written Jan 3, 2006
Address: Touhills Lane, Killarney
Elegant and homely, I would say. Our waitress was lovely, really sweet. If all you want is a quiet meal, then you will like it.
Favorite Dish: I had roast duck with orange glaze & mixed vegetables, it was so filling I could even summon the energy to look at the dessert menu .... and THAT HAS NEVER HAPPENED to me before!!!!
Written Aug 2, 2005
Address: College St., Killarney
A great place for lunch as you drive around the Ring.. great food and shopping to match. The Avoca Weavers are usually thought of as being in Wicklow (Ballykissangel) but they also are here in Kerry at a very scenic spot.
Updated Mar 13, 2005
Address: MULL'S GAP
Murphy's was great! It was relatively cheap, and the food was delicious. The pub was really cozy and we sat by the nice fire and ate our dinner.
It's right on College Street in the town, so it was easy to just pop in for dinner or a pint.
Favorite Dish: The Chicken Baguette and Hamburger was awesome.
Written Mar 9, 2005
Address: College Street, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland
Phone: (064) 31294
The food was good. I'll admit that. The ambience is okay. Just your basic casual dining place with lots of beef, fish and chips, and the like.
However, the host was a total jerk. My mother and I were to meet a group of people at the restaurant. When we got there, we were informed that the restaurant was closed until 7pm, though we could see diners in the restaurant. So we went on and figured that our group had gotten the same brushoff and would be coming back at 7. When we came back at about 7:15, I spoke to the host and asked him if we could look around for our group. He seemed displeased that we came back at all (I don't know why) and finally agreed to let me peek through the restaurant. I didn't find them, so, assuming we were the first to arrive, told the host they weren't there, and we would go ahead and take a table. His response to this was to walk out the door and start talking to another group of people. We assumed this meant we could seat ourselves, so we took a table near the back. We proceeded with our meal, and our friends finally showed up, but there were so many of them that they were seated at a large table directly behind us. A few minutes later (this was at about 7:30), the host came up to my mother and I and asked us who had seated us. We said no one did, that we had seated ourselves. He said that he had this table reserved for 8pm, then stormed off in a huff. I might also note that there were about a dozen available tables in the immediate vicinity. Since we were nearly done, we tried to get his attention to offer to move to a table for two so he could have his precious table, and he proceeded to traipse by our table about 10 times purposely ignoring us. We finally had had it by then and decided to get the check, which took about 20 minutes for the waiter to prepare. As we were leaving the restaurant, the host made a snotty comment to some other diners about how people had screwed up his reservations for the evening. What a jackass!
Written Jun 2, 2004
Address: New Street - Killarney
Panis Angelicus is a wonderful modern cafe in the heart of Killarney. I was blown away by a lunch I had there.
It is well worth seeking out, especially if you're sick of the 'full Irish breakfast' tourist meals that blight this town.
Favorite Dish: Potato cakes with garlic and crusty bread. It was a shock to taste something this good and the presentation was immaculate.
Updated Jun 4, 2003
Address: New Street, Killarney
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