Discover Restaurants offering the best Seafood food in Kilrush, Province of Munster, Ireland. Kilrush (Irish: Cill Rois, meaning "Church of the Woods") is a coastal town in County Clare, Ireland. It is also the name of a civil parish and an ecclesiastical parish in Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. It is located near the mouth of the River Shannon in the south-west of the county. Kilrush is one of the listed Heritage Towns of Ireland. The area was officially classified as part of the West Clare Gaeltacht, an Irish-speaking community, until 1956.
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4 based on 90 reviews
Stayed at the Igoe Inn with friends for the annual Willie Keane Memorial dance and music festival.This accomodation is first class. Spotless comfortable and homely. Great atmosphere. Breakfast was lovely and had great laugh with other guests staying. Caroline the owner is amazing Aand despite being on the go all the time always took time out to check on us . Location is central and ideal base to see Village on foot or tour the Wild Atlantic Way. The food in the Igoe restaurant is delicious and ambience just right.Will definitely return when I get the chance
4 based on 269 reviews
I last dined in Naughtons about 3 years ago. I thought the food was good but the attitude from the senior people working there was bad. I went back there recently. Complaints are not welcome. The aggression in response to a complaint was unbelievable. Never again.
4 based on 225 reviews
Had lunch there on my own ,Ordered Fish Cakes with salad and chips , a bit pricey for i got what I got.................did notice that the fish cakes after Me were off the menu ?????Nice place to try again on quieter day
4 based on 185 reviews
We were on a 3 night stay with friends in their Kilkee Holiday home and toured the whole area. Visited Trump Golf Club in Doonbeg for a drink but dined in Tubridy's Restaurant. Very pleasant staff and excellent service. Food very good food but really it is too expensive.
5 based on 295 reviews
Award winning seafood restaurant in an award winning destination. Listed in the McKenna Guides Top 100 Restaurants in Ireland 2016/2017. Sunday Times Top 50 Places to Eat Seafood 2017
We had a wonderful dinner, with fantastic food and service. Highly recommend. Make sure that you do reservations in advance
4 based on 265 reviews
The staff here are amazing, very adaptable and attentive without being helicopters. Not allowing reservations is super frustrating.The food was pretty good, but there are literally no main courses that are vegetarian on the menu. Yes, I know it's a seafood restaurant but this tag on trip advisor that says 'vegetarian friendly' is a TAG OF LIES. On asking, they could provide 'a chicken curry, made vegetarian' which gives me great confidence about how authentically made that chicken curry is; or I could have some taglietelle with a tomato sauce. They put parmesan on it, without asking, which is made from cow stomach so isn't actually vegetarian... le sighNEVERTHELESS great staff, great location and my friend's fish with chorizo was apparently great. Chips were done to perfection
4 based on 241 reviews
We provide good food and good value. A taste of Ireland with a bit of an American Twist. Casual dining. Dress Casual. Family friendly. Follow us on Facebook as well.
Traditional hearty food and very friendly service. Separate bar area. No fuss place with all you would expect on the menu. Crab cakes were very good and great handcut chips, none of them horrible oven chips here. Wine was good, reasonable prices and no rush. Thank you for taking the time to review us. So pleased you enjoyed all aspects of your visit. Ginny
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