Reviews on Bar food in Narin-Portnoo, County Donegal, Ireland including The Rusty Mackerel Bar Restaurant Accommodation, The Bayview Bar, Nancy's, Leo's Tavern, Nancy's, The Bay View Hotel Restaurant, Mary Murrin's Pub, Bonners Bar, Sean Og, The Blue Haven Hotel
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4 based on 62 reviews
Enjoyed a delicious Sunday lunch here with a large group including 5 small kids. The food was great and there were lots of great choices on the menu, for all three courses. Service was pleasant and prompt. Have been here many times and will be back for Sure!
4 based on 190 reviews
Stopped in for a late lunch/early dinner. Pub wasn't crowded yet, but patrons began filtering in before we left. Service was good and food was some of the best we found in Ireland. My husband had the seafood chowder and declared that it was the best he'd ever had! I had a beet salad (yummy) to start and salmon for my meal. Delicious! There is an option for outside seating, but the weather was iffy (it's Ireland for heaven's sake) so we sat inside which affords one the view of a lovely bar and lots of dark polished wood creating an oldish world ambience. Would recommend.
4 based on 39 reviews
Visited here while staying in a nearby cottage.We were out of season so it was all a bit quiet, no local music and while I understand this I was somewhat disappointed.Lovely roaring open fire was welcoming and a good pint of Guinness.Lacked a little atmosphere probably due to the low season.Highlight was the resident kitten who was such a friendly wee thing and gave us the warmest welcome!
4 based on 80 reviews
Drove by and found this street side pub while on a drive tour in County Donegal. I had the sea chowder pie and it was fantastic. The interior decor is tasteful and the hostess is very warm and sincere. Stop in and have a bite at this wonderful restaurant.
4 based on 141 reviews
This was where we chose to stay while visiting the town. Staff were very friendly and nothing was too much bother for any of them.
4 based on 166 reviews
Some years back, Nancyâs chowder won prizes and it is easy to see why. The chowder is full of fish and well-flavoured, a generous portion too. I had a prawn sandwich as well - the sauce was full of tasty and fresh prawns. The atmosphere here is relaxed in a traditional Irish bar by the bridge in Ardara. An overall good experience.
4 based on 187 reviews
Visited Leo's again this year to enjoy the food and the music and wasn't disappointed. A lovely warm Irish welcome with engaging staff and the Bartley the perfect host. Don't miss a visit if you are nearby or do a detour!
4 based on 613 reviews
I had a group of 7 friends visiting from around Ireland. I called Nancys on the Friday to reserve a table for the seven of us. I knew it was a small bar and seating 7 at a table may be a challenge. I was told on the phone that they don't do reservations. There website mentions bookings for groups or party's. With 7 people I considered us a group given the size of the venue but their website doesn't give an exact number.The lady said to come early to get a table. I was disappointed but tried to be optimistic we'd get a table. After a day touring Glencolmcille we arrived in Nancy's at 7pm. The place was pretty crammed!There wasn't anyone on the floor to seat customs or ask about a table. I went to the bar and asked if there was tables. They said no a big group were in already and all other tables taken. There were 5 people ahead waiting on tables to free up. They suggested we could wait a half hour and maybe they would have something but they could not guarantee it. There wasn't room free to even enjoy a drink comformbly whilst we wait. I did tell the waiter that it was very disappointing to drive to Nancy's specifically and get turned away even when we had tried to make a reservation. The waitress didn't care at all. I most say I was very embarrassed and let down by Nancy's as were my group of friends. In the many places I have travelled I never have been refused a reservation and then to wait around with only the slightest potential of getting a table.I brought my friends to the Highland Hotel Glenties. I did not have a reservation. We got a lovely big table. The service was very professional and efficient and the food perfection. Nancy's should really just be a bar because from what I've read on this they don't seem to have a clue when it come to dining or service!Safe to say I won't be recommending it, my parents are local and have mentioned the times they were there many options on the menu were not available.
4 based on 457 reviews
We went here for our first night based in dungloe. we managed to get a table as it was very busy on a Friday night. Lovely feeling not rowdy and nice drink selection. Food menu was good and portions big. I has the vegetarian curry with rice and it also came with chips. Hubby had the fish and chips with mushy peas and onion rings. Again a great portion and everything was very tasty.Dear GlasgowWinenut,Thank you for choosing The Bayview on your recent visit to Dungloe.I am delighted to read that both yourself and your husband enjoyed both meals and found them to be plentiful.I look forward to seeing you back again if you're ever in the area.RegardsCharlieBar Manager
4 based on 229 reviews
The Rusty Mackerel is a renowned Traditional Irish Bar, Restaurant & Accommodation made famous for its Traditional Irish Music, Food, Warm & Friendly Atmosphere with a vibrant mix of both locals and visitors at the foot of the Sliabh Liag Mountains. 'Uniq
Spent an evening here with my cousins, brother and eldest son. Great bar and the Guinness was as good as any place. Then upstairs to the restaurant for our meal. Very attentive waitress and exceptionally fast service. Food was excellent and presentation AA+. Were kicked out as they were closing the restaurant. This gives an idea of how much we were enjoying everything.
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