A great place to eat, lovely atmosphere, tasty cooking. In this place you can get a variety of fresh warm cooked lunches, also salads. You can get sanwiches made on spelt bread, also sweet foods.
A light, airy place, surrounded by art exhibitions and the possiblilty of going on the internet.
Favorite Dish: I have enjoyed several different dishes, I enjoy their quiche. Recently I had a lovely curry served in a wooden bolw, tasty too.
Address: Glengarriff Road, Bantry
Directions: You best find parking on or around the squire and then walk over as there is not much parking near this place. From the squire you walk, five minutes towards the Glengarriff Road (must double check name of connecting street, sorry)
- Road Trip
- Arts and Culture
- Family Travel
Have eaten lunch here several times and each time it gets better.It's popularity is evident from the number of people waiting for a table, on any typical summer day.
probably a good idea to ring ahead if you want to book a table as the restaurant can be very busy.
Not sure about evening meals , but i,m sure the service/food is equally superb.
luch is very reasonably priced, staff are lovely and seating/decor e.t.c is superb
Favorite Dish: Cod and mushy peas yumm yumm !!
Address: the square bantry
Directions: close to the Bantry Bay hotelAdd to your Trip Planner
bar /restaurant , small , done up in that wood style that was all the rage back in ther eighties
now a bit naff to be honest
Was excellent in the past , but not so great now,Owner grumpy , staff not very friendly
food : boooooring
Favorite Dish: average fair, nothing spectacular , you wont go hungry ,but.............
tip : go to o Connor's instead(the best)...also lots more restauraunts to choose from in the area
Address: the square bantryAdd to your Trip Planner