4.5 based on 425 reviews
Driving the Ring of Beara was one of the highlights of our trip to Ireland! This was a perfect stop for a late lunch after snacking along the way. Yummy chowder, vegetable soup and brown bread! Quaint little restaurant with good service.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
We had a great meal, genuine home made from beginning to end. Service came with a grin and surrounding warmth. Food delicious.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
Popped in for a cuppa and piece of rather delicious cake - naught but nice! Good location. Lovely members of staff who were very helpful
4 based on 29 reviews
Looking for somewhere to eat in Castletownbere we chanced upon this restaurant. It doesn't look much from the outside but we hadn't found anything else that had appealed to us so gave it a chance. Very pleasantly surprised the food and service were good and was excellent value for money. Few people eating in the restaurant but a steady steam using the takeaway service.
4.5 based on 36 reviews
We stopped in to say hi since some friends had recommended the cafe. We had some lovely conversations with the owners and were told about a lake and stone circle that we wouldn't have seen without their help. After touring the ring of Beara we went back for dinner. Anne Marie makes a wonderful fish and chips that should be topped off with the sticky toffee pudding.The locals seem to love to have a drink and some conversation here. We will go here again if we are lucky enought o return to this beautiful peninsula.
5 based on 8 reviews
We were very impressed with the quality of cooking . One could say - it was really the best home cooking quality. The gentleman who is the host is very well organized, pleasant and hospitable and the service is great.
5 based on 163 reviews
A family run bistro specialising in local, artisan, free range and organic dishes, including spectacular vegan alternatives and home baked breads. A permanent collection of work by local artists from the 1970s and 1980s adds to the atmosphere of this little gem. Be welcome eat well.
the bistro is a pleasant surprise in the beautiful village of Eyeries.
we were lucky we had a booking as it was very busy. there is also a lovely setting outside weather permitting. Helpful staff with who served homemade food with good choices, wine & beer available. I would recommend this restaurant .
5 based on 37 reviews
Drinking good wine with good food in good company is one of life's most civilized pleasures." - Michael Broadbent Our restaurant follows these simple principles: quality ingredients locally sourced cooked to perfection served with highest standards
We have holidayed on the Beara Peninsula for years, so were delighted to discover the Berehaven Lodge. Location wise it's completely idyllic, and the food is magnificent. The menu has something for everyone, but the steak was a winner for us. Cooked on an outdoor BBQ with delicious sides such as homemade coleslaw and salad perfect for teenage boys . To start we had the mussels in a delicious sauce, I'm a foodie and they were the best I've ever eaten. Dessert was lemon posset. ..divine.We ate several nights including pizza and pasta night which was great for kids , I m already planning my 50th party there, as the cottages look equally fab! In short everyone will love this place because it's simply so good. ..
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Whilst shopping in Bantry today, we again called into Floury Hands for a quick lunch. As always, the Seating areas (limited Seating downstairs, plenty of Seating upstairs) were almost entirely occupied with the usual mix of locals and tourists which we find the perfect recommendation for any restaurant.
Floury Hands offer only a limited menu but there should be something on it for every taste. From soup to amazing, freshly made "door-stop" sandwiches (made with real bread, no thin sliced pan here, thank you very much); to Quiche Lorraine or goat's cheese tartlets; to paninis and wraps and house-made salads, everything is fresh and tasty and reasonably priced. For desserts or afternoons, there is a tempting range of home-made cookies and cakes. Tea and coffee of all sorts are very nice; service is friendly and swift.
We have been to Floury Hands before and will certainly be back again. If you're after a quick, tasty and unpretentious lunch or a well located spot for a sweet afternoon treat, you could do a whole lot worse than to call to Floury Hands (if you can get parking in Bantry, that is).
4.5 based on 58 reviews
Very atmospheric and cosy bar with friendly service. Great history attached to the place also. Pints of Murphys were great, and they have a grocery attached which is the way of the old pubs. Some outdoor Seating also and with a view of the town square.
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