Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Courtown. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Courtown (Irish: Baile na Cúirte, meaning "homestead of the court"), is a village which developed after Lord Courtown ordered the construction of a harbour during the Famine years, 1839-1846. The economic boost of the new harbour led to a small village developing with fishing been the primary economy of the village. Courtown is situated on the Irish Sea coast and with the recent development during the "Celtic Tiger" years, has merged into the adjoining village of Riverchapel. It lies on the R742 regional road.
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Jacks Tavern is a family run Bar and restaurant that was established in 2002 by Jack and Hilda Redmond.We aim to cater for everyone and in the summer of 2016 we have re launched the bar food menus and as there is are new chefs on hand the food has improve
Old time pub serving good grub, nice coffee and it has plenty of screens for sports. Food wise we had steak and carbonara pasta. Good heart plated of food and you will definitely not leave the place hungry. Staff were pleasant and attentive and gave us plenty of miwadi for our lunch. Well worth a visit for no nonsense lunch. thank you kindly for your review I am glad you enjoyed your experience,please spread the word.thank very much again and kind regards jack.
4 based on 289 reviews
Christy's Arklow comprises of a large ground floor lounge, bar & restaurant, with an impressive outdoor terrace opening out onto the Avoca River.
Lovely spot, highly recommended. We had 4 kids Turkey dinners, 2 massive burgers and chips, jug of blackcurrant, 2 cokes and we ate every bit! Delicious food, friendly staff. Would definitely go back. Free ice cream and free choc cake for our daughter whose 8th birthday it was. Altogether â¬60. Fabulous!
4 based on 34 reviews
Welcome to The Strand Cahore a residential award winning licensed Bar & Restaurant which has been run as a family business since 1939 by The Horganâs and has now been sold and carefully handed over to the new family of The Hanleyâs in January 2018. We off
This place has had a complete transformation, the location was always ideal - perched on the top of a hill looking out over the sea, outdoor tables and huge windows we were delighted to hear they had started to serve food. The problem is they only serve food sometimes. This was not clear on their website. We arrived on a night when the kitchen was closed but fresh pizzaâs were available. There is nothing else nearby so we were stuck, a 50 minute wait for pizza and another 15 minute wait at the end to try and pay really soured what should be an excellent venue. The staff are very friendly but obviously not professional/experienced and everything seemed an ordeal at busy times we appreciate it might not be viable to open the kitchen 7 days a week but the website needs to make that clear. A nice pint of guinness though
We recently visited the Riverbank Hotel in Wexford town for dinner. Before booking in we looked at their menu online and like what we read.The Riverbank does not have a separate restaurant but the main bar is called the âRiver Bar & Restaurantâ where food is served all day.On arrival at the bar we were promptly shown to a reserved table and given menus. We're not galloping gourmets but we are foodies and like well prepared and well presented fresh food. The River Bar & Restaurant menu does read very well and found a number of options that looked enticing and appealed to our tastes. My wife opted for a dish called Italian Chicken which was described as âgolden fried breast of chicken filled with crisp parma ham, sun dried tomato, basil & buffalo mozzarella served on a bed of tagliatelle pasta tossed in a sun dried tomato sauce.â My wife is not a pasta lover and opted to ditch the Tagliatelle and have chips instead â as I said we're not gourmets! â¬19.20 incl chips.I had decided, when looking online, that I was going to have their Seafood Mornay described as âchunky pieces of cod, salmon, smoked haddock & prawns in a creamy cheese sauce, topped with a parsley & cheddar crust.â I am seafood mad. There was no accompanying side dish or vegetables so I added some âHomemade Spicy Potato Wedgesâ â¬21.20 incl the Spicy Wedges.After giving our order to the server we were left waiting 45 minutes. We started to feel like maybe they had forgotten about us and 10 minutes later the food arrived at our table....and our hopes went out the window.The Italian Chicken was dry, almost burnt to a crisp, and there was no sign of the delicious fillings the menu description said the Italian Chicken would have.The Seafood Mornay should have had a glorious golden cheesy crust and lots of fresh seafood in a bright creamy, cheesy sauce made with GruyÃ¨re or Emmental. (Standard Mornay recipe)What I got was a soup bowl which was topped with an unbelievable amount of burnt breadcrumbs. This 'topping' concealed a dirty grey, salty liquid in which there was five or six chunks of fish and three small shrimp, not prawns. The piece of salmon in the photo shows that the fish had not even been trimmed and the brown muscle tissue was still on it. Much of the underside of the burnt breadcrumbs had soaked into the grey liquid to become a kind of grainy, mealy, gruel.We didn't sent it all back to the kitchen - my wife doesn't like to think what might be done to your food if you send it back to be fixed. In the end, accepted the disappointment and left.Other people seemed to be enjoying things like burgers and fish and chips and that was possibly our mistake. We ordered things from the menu that are, perhaps, beyond what their staff are used to cooking â but they were on the menu!On top of the bad food, the table was sticky and we had to ask to have it cleaned - again. The toilet facilities also suffered from a very poor standard of maintenance. Topped off with the long wait to be served and the very poor table service we experienced, the Riverbank Hotel Bar & Restaurant is one be avoided unless you like burgers or fish & chips.
4 based on 41 reviews
FARM is the finest steakhouse & newest edition to the Amber Springs dining portfolio. Serving steaks from Angus cattle reared on the hotel's own farm, the steaks are dry aged and of the highest calibre. Divine in taste, superb in quality, filled with flav
Excellent food in this restaurant with a good wine selection: Steaks were top quality and service was aols very good: Staying or not staying in the hotel...give yourself a treat..just book.Dear geogheganamg, thank you for your for your kind words, they are very much appreciated. I am delighted to hear you enjoyed the steaks all our beef comes from our very own farm Redmond Farm located a few miles from the hotel. We hope to welcome you back to Farm Steakhouse again soon.
4 based on 44 reviews
The Tara Vale inhabits a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere for casual dining in a superb, recently-renovated setting. Whether it's our roomy stove accompanied Lounge for larger groups or in our cosy Bar where the heartiness of country life is abundant. We
Very average food, tables outside very dirty covered in cobwebs. Toilets disgustingly dirty, soaking wet floor very dangerous for myself as Iâm 38 weeks pregnant. Extremely rude bar man, no customer service skills what so ever. One younger waitress quite friendly other older one very rude practically slammed our food on the table. Served with a warm half filled milkshake. Overall very poor service and will not be back. embarrassed to have taken my family there who are visiting Ireland. Will never return or recommend.
4 based on 28 reviews
Nice place with a nice bar and food is OK but overpriced. The barman is very nice and I liked the fact that children were not allowed in this bar area (there is another bar area that they are allowed to be in).
4 based on 140 reviews
For the best in gastro pub dining in the south east, a large selection of craft beer, good fun and great craic visit the newly refurbished Coach House in the heart of Gorey town. Boasting a large bar serving a new menu of gastro-style food downstairs by r
This bar / restaurant is doing the standard fare really really well. As a family of 4 we had starters, main courses and desserts and they were all excellent, not one bad dish. The sort of food they do here is similar to the other places in town but The Coach House is going one step up. Couple that with great service and reasonable prices and you can't go wrong
4 based on 474 reviews
Visited these premises on several occasions for food while passing through Gorey, but tonight we decided we would not return. We both ordered fish and chips and when it came it looked appetising enough and its fair to say that we both ate what was on the plate,(we were hungry) however the fish was a very small portion and I think that for â¬15.95 this was very poor value for money. We don't want a huge plate of chips, we want the main item to be extremely tasty and good value, and unfortunately it wasn't really either. Very disappointing.
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