Find out what Pizza restaurants to try in Ballyshannon. Ballyshannon (Irish: Béal Átha Seanaidh, meaning "The Mouth of Seannach's ford") is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. Located at the southern end of the county where the N3 from Dublin ends and the N15 crosses the River Erne, it claims to be the oldest town in Ireland.
Things to do in Ballyshannon
pizzas are fantastic . PITY ABOUT THE STAFF ignorant nasty just want your money and thats it on a recent visit staff member very narty and ignorant to one of my female relatives JUST BECAUSE THEY HAD NOT MADE MIND UP WHAT SHE WANTED
4 based on 40 reviews
This is a fairly mainstream restaurant. Nothing fancy, nothing horrible. Service was good. The room was clean. Food was ok, but unremarkable. Pizzas probably adapted to local tastes, and some ingredients seemed a bit incongruent. For example one the pizzas stated Basil as one of the ingredients, when it arrived it had dried basil on it-Maybe market demand determined this, but every other place Iâve been to always had fresh basil on the pizzas. Pizza base was good. Would go back.
4 based on 62 reviews
This restaurant is located in an old church so the atmosphere is very charming. Our lasagna, salad, and mini garlic rolls were delicious. The lasagna was some of the best weâve had in Ireland. The service was good and we would definitely eat here again if in the area.
4 based on 248 reviews
Located on Bayview Terrace if you are approaching from sligo drive into Bundoran and take the first left after the Allingham Arms Hotel and the Restaurant is situated 50 metres further up on the righr hand side in a quiet residential Cul de sac. If you ar
We booked this restaurant for my birthday meal whilst on holiday visiting family. We had booked a table as it was a saturday night & we were greeted with a waitress that was busy and running around and didn't seem interested in us at all. We were told to sit on a sofa and read through a menu and she said she'd return to take our drinks order. About 15 mins later we called over a different waitress who took our drinks and food order and went to walk off ( we were still sat on a sofa). We asked if we could be seated at a table and she just pointed at a table in the corner so we sat there. There is a severe lack of customer service and friendliness. We ate a starter of calamari which was nice and then had pizza and spaghetti bolognese - both tasty and of good quality. For dessert we shared a Tiramisu which didn't taste of much and there was a layer of cocoa powder on top it an inch thick, which choked me with the first spoonful. The prices are a little high - 48 euros for 1 starter, 2 mains, 1 dessert and a coke and small glass of wine. We wouldn't return or recommend this place - lack of customer service, setting is outdated and they were also playing strange europop music!
the place was falling to bits, the guy serving was shouting at someone behind the scenes and the pizza came out cold. it was like the pizza base you can buy in any supermarket with packet ingredients chucked on it. would have been fine if it wasn't restaurant prices. probably the worst place we have ever went out to eat. Shame, as it had been recommended to us.
4 based on 85 reviews
Bar & Restaurant on the Wild Atlantic Way. Plenty of onsite parking.
We stopped here en route south to Galway having had a fantastic morning visit to the Giants causeway to mark the start of our holiday. Tired and hungry after our journey this was a perfect pick me up. Tasty food, service great, kids menu - just the ticket.!
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