Sneem (Irish: An tSnaidhm) is a village situated on the Iveragh Peninsula (part of the Ring of Kerry), in County Kerry, in the southwest of Ireland. It lies on the estuary of the River Sneem. National route N70 runs through the town.
Things to do in Sneem
4.5 based on 141 reviews
All our meat and chicken are 100% Irish. Our lamb and black pudding are supplied by our local butchers. Only the freshest seafood is sourced from our local fisheries.Our soups and sauces are gluten free. Large parties, special occasions and group lunch bookings catered for. Earlybird menu available from 6-7pm Children's menu available.
Stopped here for a lovely dinner while visiting Sneem and were very happy with our choice. Everyone at our table truly enjoyed their food and drinks. Most of the items seemed to be locally sourced and mentioned such on the menu. There is plenty to choose from veggie to meat to fish.
The staff were incredibly friendly and answered all of our touristy questions about the area and provided recommendations. Really nice meal and highly recommend.
4.5 based on 82 reviews
As a photographer I just loved this place , the boats the harbour, the heathers and the Mountains all made for a pleasant stop , unfortunately we did not eat here but it was busy and the pints looked great. Desmond Daly Photography.
4 based on 118 reviews
Great food, excellent service, and the view was phenomenal! A truly wonderful dining experience. I enjoyed a spinach and ricotta tortellini with mash and veggies and a beautiful dessert plate. The starter was a vegetable soup that was full of flavor.
4.5 based on 480 reviews
A family run pub/restaurant serving delicious Irish food using a wide range of local suppliers. A diverse/affordable wine list is available as well as fully stocked bar with a range of artisan beers and cocktails. We have a dedicated area for children with TV/DVD and colouring/puzzle books. We also cater for parties and specialize in BBQ for special occasions. We have hosted a wide range of celebrations and can design a menu to suit all budgets!We look forward to welcoming you to our pub soon!!
We stayed in Sneem for the first time last weekend, just for 2 nights, but will definitely be back. we ate in O'Sheas pub on 3 occasions, what fabulous food, the fisherman's pie was amazing, my husband is still talking about the lamb burger!!! Just 1 dish didn't live up to expectations a strange battered chicken fillet burger, it was never going to be good!!! Lovely cosy place with really friendly staff. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 310 reviews
Just unpacked from a long overnite flight from the US - everyone is dog tired. I had been to the Bull some years ago and talked the group into giving it a go for dinner. Told them it was decent pub grub - well after a couple of pints at the bar - we get a table and order our dinner. Pub grub indeed! I had the duck and it was great! Others had the salmon and said it was terrific. So much for pub grub - this is a nice menu. As with most places in Ireland, the staff was great, the food was delicious. Give it a go.
4 based on 171 reviews
3 based on 141 reviews
I'm sure there are better places in Sneem, because the coffee was weak and flavourless and service uncharming.
4.5 based on 45 reviews
Driving the Ring of Kerry brought us to this delightful restaurant.
Gossip should be in your list to visit!
This is not traditional Irish fare.
We enjoyed the falafel pita with dipping sauces and a side salad and the open brown bread smoked salmon Sandwich.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Have had many meals at Barbara O'Connor's Village Kitchen and never been served a bad meal. My favorite is the full Irish breakfast and The Village Kitchen does it proper. Highly recommend breakfast and/or lunch - you can not go wrong.
4 based on 38 reviews
sneem is a lovely location, limited menus in most places but o sheas has a lovely ambience as has rineys bar. but alas, theres always something to let it down and thats the hungry knight takeaway. dirty greasy frying equipment, reheated fish, black in colour and taste horrible chips etc etc. this place deserves a visit, but only from a health inspector. finally, who allows the bearded man with the ram to sit and rake off tourists. younwill recognise the ram, it has horns and is cleaner than its owner. cmon sneem sort these things out and best of luck in the future
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