Discover Restaurants offering the best Bar food in Ratoath, Province of Leinster, Ireland. Ratoath (Irish: Ráth Tó, meaning "Tó's ringfort") is a town in the barony of the same name in County Meath, Ireland. The town is centred on the point where the R125 and R155 regional roads meet. In the 1996 census, the population was recorded as 1,061. In the 2006 census, it was 7,249. By 2011 the population reached 9,043. The Broad Meadow River (Irish: An Gabhair) flows through the town.
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4 based on 80 reviews
Traditional warm and very friendly pub and restaurant providing award winning food and traditional irish music sessions.Live entertainment at weekends,fantastic food menu, craft beers,beer and smoking garden . In the bar there is a pool table and dart boa
This pub was a short walk from our hotel. We wandered in our first night and were glad we did. Very cozy and quaint. We were told they bought the interior of an old church that was being torn down or remodeled. Everything inside is old and unique. Friendly staff and very good pub food. We ended up here four nights during our week in Dumboyne. Food is very tasty and noting fancy. If you are looking for simple food well prepared, this is your place.
4 based on 486 reviews
My husband and i had a beautiful 3 course meal with tea or coffee. The food was absolutely gorgeous the best iv had in a long time and unbelievably great value. Fantastic choice starters and mains. Lenny the manager really lovely friendly guy. The service was excellant as were the staff.could not fault this restaurant in any way. Definately will return and highly recomend.
4 based on 44 reviews
We were kind of shocked. I ordered a spaghetti bolognese and my wife ordered beef lasagne. They both arrived out five minutes after we ordered them. Obviously reheated. My food was bland. Hers was slightly better. For dessert we ordered jelly and ice cream. The jelly was tough. The servers were very friendly, and the price was reasonable. I don't think we'll be back. Certainly doesn't have any kind of wow factor
4 based on 108 reviews
Gastropub located minutes from Dunboyne, Co. Meath. Serving lunch & dinner daily from 12-9pm. Bar open daily from 10am. Live music, pool table & games room, live horse racing & sports coverage on our screens and courtesy bus available every day! Large, ne
Heard about Hatchett inn through some friends and we were not disappointed.....food was excellent....especially the featherblade of beef....service was great and with bubbly smiles all round...this place has it all...enjoyed the music in the bar after we were finished sunning ourselves in there lovely beer garden....well done to all and will be returning very soon
4 based on 97 reviews
Slevins is a winner every time, offering great food every time with specials on offer every night, all at reasonable price and served with a smile . The pub offers a great range of beers including local beers and well known named beer. Great atmosphere, food and drinks.
4 based on 122 reviews
Stopped for lunch even though Iâd had it said to me the food isnât good. I thought I would see for myself and places do change and improve. Only I was hungry I would have ran out with depression from the banshee music. I sheepishly asked could it be changed because someone else may have liked it. The place was very quiet though. At that time of day should have been buzzing. I was told it couldnât so thank goodness for Spotify and earphones. Not what you want though to have to plug in. I had the linguini and it was good, very tasty and I liked that the Parmesan was served on the side. The waitress was pleasant and attentive. I ordered a cappuccino but it was so bad and tasteless I couldnât drink it. When I mentioned it she didnât charge me but was obviously disgruntled. All such a pity. Itâs a very cozy setting, dark and brooding. Fire lit adding to the cozy escape from the wretched weather. It could be such a smashing place. The music is terrible unless you like diddlyei. No excuse for bad coffee these days. I hope someone can make the right changes happen to make this a flourishing business. Itâs a great setting.
4 based on 529 reviews
Went here for a sandwich with the family. We were waiting a long time before receiving them. When we did they were basic toastie sandwiches nothing special. Wasn't overly impressed. The main dinners are amazing here I can't fault that but to be charged â¬25 for 3 toasties and 3 drinks is a little too much.... Wouldn't advise ordering lunch (Sandwiches) here just dinnersHello Christinee Ã,Thank you for sharing your feedback. We're surprised to know this was your experience. We would like to apologize if it was not up to scratch. As you can see from previous reviews, it's not a regular occurrence for us and we pride ourselves on providing excellent service that matches the quality of our food. However, we will look into the issues you have raised you we can further improve the way we do business. We are still hopeful that you would give us another chance and return to us some day.Kind regards,The Brock Inn
4 based on 130 reviews
Visited this place recently and certainly wont be back! Very poor food and even worse attitude of the waitress! I enquired if there was a particular brand of cigarettes in the vending machine and the reply was"The machine is over there Love!" What a reply from a foreign sullen girl to a customer! Wouldn't go back for that type of response and will not advise anyone else to either!
4 based on 105 reviews
First time here and will be back.A lovely atmosphere when you walked in.Staff very friendly and efficient.We had the carvery, and would recommend it.Nice choices to be had.Lovely and hot.Good value for money.There is a big carpark here, so no parking problems.Well worth a visit.
4 based on 634 reviews
With old world character and charm combined with a modern and relaxed ambiance, we take pride in offering our patrons a relaxed and delicious dining experience which The Snailbox is renowned for. Having won the "Best Welcome & Customer Service Award" in 2
The Snailbox is pretty much the only place in the area without driving closer to Drogheda or Dublin. Large establishment with a pub side and restaurant area. Food is decent but nothing great. Had the stir fry which was too sweet and not spicy enough. Created some work for the waiter when I asked for hot sauce (not sweet spicy Thai sauce, which it was already doused in). Also had the seafood chowder, reported to be full of seafood and not just fish, and a tasty if somewhat thin cream broth. This was served with a slab of bread. It does get busy on a weekend night, so book ahead if your plans include a visit.
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