Find out what European restaurants to try in Ennis. Ennis (/ˈɛ.nɪs/; Irish: Inis, meaning "island") is the county town of Clare, Ireland. The Irish name is short for Inis Cluana Rámhfhada ("island of the long rowing meadow"). The town is on the River Fergus, north of where it enters the Shannon Estuary, 19 km (12 mi) from Shannon Airport. In 2016, Ennis had a population of 25,276, making it the largest town in Clare and the 12th largest in Ireland.
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4 based on 95 reviews
Situated on a quiet street just off the main trail through Ennis, McHugh's is a hidden gem of locally produced food and locally brewed beer.
visited here with three tempremental fussy children and one fussy husband, have to say the service was amazing from the moment lorraine met us, swiftly seated and the kids were actually spoken to. Menu was well thought out, definitely had difficulty choosing. Really enjoyed our evening here, the staff were amazing, food was fabulous and value for money, I would defiantly recommend for anyone visiting the area. 5 stars for sure.
4 based on 136 reviews
Iâm here about once a month, with friends or family but this time I met a work colleague so needed a quite location. Upstairs is great off peak, food always reliable and free parking just makes it ideal location to meet for discreet business chat.Thanks for review Suzanne we appreciate you taking the time to do it and glad you enjoy our restaurant Sinead Paudi & team
4 based on 563 reviews
In the heart of the bustling town of Ennis, Knox's is an enduringly popular local pub and bistro with an engaging and convivial atmosphere, establishing it as one of the most popular venues for nightlife and entertainment. Exposed stone and brickwork and
Bar and bar food downstairs evening restaurant upstairs.Started in the but an extremely noisy group using foul language shortened our stay.Really surprised that bar staff did not ask them to tone it down given the expletive content.We returned later to the restaurant and had a superb meal as expected.Always good and be back again soon.
4 based on 111 reviews
"This is a tiny little tea shop, directly opposite the gates of Quin Abbey. The interior is very vintage. The village of Quin is about six miles from the town of Ennis, co. Clare. the tea rooms are right on the main street".
This was one of those 'do you fancy a cuppa?' moments. We had just finished looking at the Abbey ruins and fancied a cup of tea and something for lunch, so popped across the road for this delightful establishment. Welcomed and shown to seats with a view of the old abbey, tea served in minutes, with a ploughman's lunch and a wrap served a few moments later. The tea was piping hot in a proper china pot, with proper tea cups and saucers - thank you !!The food:Quality = Both Excellent;Quantity = Both Excellent.I've eaten many a ploughman's in my time, but this one ranks amongst the best. Fresh bread and butter, baked ham, superb cheddar cheese with balsamic vinegar or pickle to choose from alongside some very tasty greens AND a slice of warm homemade quiche. Mouthwateringly good. A very comfortable eating house with plenty to choose from. Thoroughly recommended.
4 based on 141 reviews
I never would have thought you would have the customers for a Soup only restaurant/ coffee shop in Ennis but I was wrong. Thereâs always a few people here enjoying their healthy tasty soups. From plain vegetable to goulash thereâs something for everyone.
4 based on 610 reviews
Rowan Tree CafÃ© Bar is in the most beautiful location overlooking the river Fergus in the centre of Ennis. Our building is one of the oldest in Ennis, a former Gentleman's Club built in 1740, steeped in history and character where our high ceilings, open
Had a good experience here when we visited Ennis. Sat out on the terrace overlooking the river Fergus with our dog and the staff were very good to serve us and to make sure we were not left waiting long even though they were very busy. The food was lovely, i had the pasta bolognaise and my partner had the fish and chips which he said was equally as good.
4 based on 459 reviews
Husband and I came here slightly hungover wandering the streets of ennis looking for an all day breakfast. We most certainly came to the right spot. It was great. Such a charming place and the staff were very friendly. Nothing was too much trouble. I even watched how they interacted with each other and other customers. Very polite and professional. Will be back
4 based on 946 reviews
Dined on a busy Saturday night and was fortunate to sit next to a great local couple who we talked to all through dinner. Ribs were great as recommended to us by our new local friends. Pub is lively and busy but staff comes by regularly and makes sure you have enough to drink and eat. Enjoyed our dinner.
4 based on 229 reviews
I visited Cafe Aroma with my daughter recently. She had the full Irish and I had my favourite,Eggs Benedict. The service was excellent, we were seated almost immediately and though it was busy we had our order taken within minutes of being seated. The staff were smiling and friendly, the service was excellent and the food was to die for. Highly recommend Cafe Aroma. Great food, great staff, great vibe.
5 based on 100 reviews
A new Bistro and Wine Bar in Ennis, modern Irish cuisine & Good service, serving Lunch & Dinner Wednesday to Sunday.
7 of us dined at Henry's Bistro on Friday 4th. October and all were complimenting with superlatives e.g. best, greatest, finest, succulent, delicious etc. I opted for Scampi and chips and it was outstanding. Rest of the party varied with Beef, Lamb, Scampi ( on my advice). All agreed that that the meals were high on the list of best and outstanding value, for portions, quality food and outstanding service.On our arrival, we were greeted by the wonderful Lisa, who is so knowledgeable, friendly and highly efficient. We were served by a young Lady and Gent, who capped the night with their friendliness, efficiency and great sense of humour. Many thanks Lisa and the Henry's Bistro Family. Incidentally! The place was packed, so booking is essential and casual diners - sadly -had to find alternatives.Hi 791aidanw,Thanks very much for your most recent post, lovely to have everyone back with us again. Thanks for your support.Dermot & all the Team.P.S. Lisa also thanks you very much.
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