Reviews on European food in Doolin, Province of Munster, Ireland. Doolin (Irish: Dúlainn) is a coastal village in County Clare, Ireland, on the Atlantic coast. It borders the spa town of Lisdoonvarna. It is a noted centre of traditional Irish music, which is played nightly in its pubs, making it a popular tourist destination. There are numerous nearby archaeological sites, many dating to the Iron Age and earlier. Doonagore Castle and Ballinalacken Castle are also in the area. The area was officially classified as part of the West Clare Gaeltacht (an Irish-speaking community) until 1956, and, due to trade with the Aran Islands, maintained a strong connection to it until the 1990s.
Things to do in Doolin
5 based on 167 reviews
VL Restaurant is an elegant dining restaurant at Vaughan Lodge Hotel. The Restaurant opens normally on Tuesday evening to Saturday Evening. Dinner only is served with a set menu and A La Carte selection. The emphasis is on classic french cuisine with a mo
I stayed at Vaughan Lodge for two nights with a golf group. The highlight of the hotel is the restaurant. The locally sourced food is exquisite (albeit not cheap). The setting is simple and unobtrusive, and the service is friendly and unprepossessing. Thank you cathy for your review.Our Restaurant is our spoilt child!Despite the price we charge for Dinner, we make nothing from the venture.It will have cost us more to serve the meal you enjoyed than what you paid ....but we still like to continue because we are serious about our food and about giving our guests a very enjoyable dining experience.Thank you for staying with us and dining.... many of our guests do not dine here at all.As with other parts of the hotel .... we like low key ... good quality.I am glad you appreciated what we offered you.Michael
4 based on 392 reviews
Tasty Station Restaurant is a family run business owned by Polish couple Inez and Mirek, who found their home in Ireland 13 years ago. The Restaurant is located on the wild Atlantic way, just 15 minutes drive from the Cliffs of Moher in the beach town of
Food is lovely. I had the veggie sandwich on sourdough which came with chips & partner had fish & chips. Lovely food and service. Perhaps a bit pricey but food makes up for it!
4 based on 270 reviews
Wild Honey Inn is Ireland's only Michelin One Star Pub. Here we have re-invented the concept of Irish pub dining â combining refined bistro cooking with the ambience and warmth of a traditional country inn. Here, classic cuisine meets earthy realness, pre
Ate here as a party of four and we all had the 60 euro tasting menu. We all agreed it was excellent and the concept of locally sourced food cooked very well shone through. In particular, the lamb and crab were delicious. Portion size is a little small. The service was very good, efficient and courteous. Booking the restaurant is a bit of an ordeal and maybe they could make it easier on themselves and the customer. Its probably worth staying overnight to make it more enjoyable.
4 based on 37 reviews
Brought the kids here for lunch and not one of us enjoyed our meal. Veggie wrap with falafal was tough and bland. Plate of salads was flavourless and uninspiring. The kids had toasted cheese sandwiches and I have never tasted anything like it. It was some kind of white gloopy goo on soggy white sliced pan, nothing toasted about it, just warmed up, but unidentifiable cheese that none of us could eat...it smelled, looked and tasted bad. The chai latte was sickly sweet. The meal was cheap, I'll give it that. The staff were a lot less than friendly, indifferent and fed up looking.
4 based on 797 reviews
The pub is open all year round from 10am until late. Food is served by Kieran's Kitchen from March until beginning of November. Last orders at 8.45pm. In spring 2011, Peter Curtin embarked on a new endeavour: He set up the Burren Brewery in the Roadside T
Fabulous place to visit, food amazing, dropped in after visiting the Burren Smokehouse, a great place for lunch! Staff very friendly and attentive. My brother had bacon and cabbage, and my sister in law and I shared the platter. Fabulous pate and smoked salmon as well as cheese and meat!
4 based on 1048 reviews
Hotel Doolin's Fitzpartick's Bar, famous for it's traditional Irish music, lively sessions, thirst quenching pints and wholesome food is popular with both residents and locals alike. Fitzpatrick's Bar is as much a part of the vibrant experience of Doolin
Great music service was crowded. It turned out better than Gus O'Connors, which surprised me. Food was good the beer was reasonable as was wine. Will recommend everyone.
4 based on 228 reviews
I ' ve eat the best & freshly fish The saumon with smoked saumon & cod delicious,we' ve enjoyed the meal
4 based on 684 reviews
Both my husband and I are gluten free folks and we loved the seafood apupnand warm GF bun. Just down from the cliffs of Moher.
4 based on 3504 reviews
Gus O'Connor's Pub is known throughout the world as the home of Irish Traditional Music. Our authentic acoustic traditional music sessions, delicious Irish food and a warm welcome make the perfect combination for the ultimate Irish Pub experience. Music s
Stopped here on a bus tour back from the Cliffs of Moher. Ordered soup and sandwich along with a Pint. The soup was roasted red pepper and very good. The sandwich was tuna with lettuce and tomato which was just so so. Total 13.00 euro
4 based on 713 reviews
Set in beautiful surroundings The Ivy Cottage offers indoor or outdoor seating. Famous for our chowder and fresh locally sourced fish and hand cut chips. We also offer a great range of home made cakes and deserts. We serve freshly ground coffee and a sele
Arrived in Doolin for a wedding weekend and headed down to the pub as you do. Didnât fancy eating in pub so out with the old trip adviser app.Found the ivy cottage and it was fabulous Great food and great service, great atmosphere in the place, but the food was simply the best Iâve had in some timeA must try if in Doolin Thank you for a great heading and a great review
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