Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Miltown Malbay, Province of Munster, Ireland including Cogan's Bar, Johnny Burke's, Westbridge Bar & Restaurant, O'Loughlin's Bar, Kenny's Bar, Danny Mac's, The Corner Stone, Vaughans Anchor Inn, Joseph McHugh
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4 based on 91 reviews
Joseph McHughâs Pub and Restaurant is located in the scenic fishing village of Liscannor, on the west coast of Co. Clare. We host regular music nights, and our food menu is based on fresh local and Irish produce; our fish and seafood platters are sourced
Visited bar with a friend while in Clare . Owner and staff extremely friend . Had seafood chowder which was delicious , we planned on staying for an hour but ended up staying 5 live music was brilliant and pints of Guinness were excellent . Would definitely return if I was in the area again .
4 based on 917 reviews
What a great little find in the township of Liscannor. The inn had prompt and friendly service and great ambience. The food was absolutely amazing and definitely deserves itâs Michelin rating. If you are in the area I would definitely dine here as you wonât be disappointed.
4 based on 542 reviews
We both ordered Irish stew the quality which will always reflect the beef used. On this occasion it was a little tough and chewy. The waitress was cheerful and the servings were generous. The atmosphere was compromised by the loud radio station playing in the background.
4 based on 599 reviews
Had Salmon and it was so fresh and beautifully cooked. Not a big place but nice atmosphere. It was busy the night we went but all added to the feel of the place. Not too expensive and great quality of service.
4 based on 268 reviews
Kenny's Bar, Lahinch has become a landmark in North Clare, frequented by both locals and visitors alike, for its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. A fourth generation family business, Kenny's humble origins as a coachhouse in the 1830s, has seen it evolve
Ordered the special of fresh crab claws with salad & fries. Crab claws were served in a sauce not specified & were not very fresh or juicy. Sauce was warm & my salad was placed in the centre of the plate so it was nicely wilted!! & surrounded by warm sauce. Expensive for what I got. Nice bar for a deink
4 based on 40 reviews
We had a great time here. We got a lovely welcome . The property is basic but clean and comfortable. We had great crack in the bar , met some very funny characters , the breakfast was very nice and had good selection on the menu. Thank you Cathal and family for a lovely stay really enjoyed it
5 based on 25 reviews
Situated in the middle of Miltown Malbay, Co Clare home of the famous Willie Clancy Traditional Music Festival. Visited on a very traditional Irish Summers day with the wind and rain battering us, this place has Warm welcoming staff & wifi available.Menu had a good selection of starters, mains and deserts along with light bites and kids menu. The food was fresh hot and very tasty. Restaurant area very clean the tables were so clean it was a pleasure to sit at them. Even the placemats had no unsightly wipe marks on them just perfect. The place is decorated in a homely style very comforting and relaxing. The bathrooms were as clean as the restaurant area which is a plus for any good eatery as I believe it sets the standards through out. This little gem was a pleasure to eat in. A visit is a must for any traveller on the Wild Atlantic Way to sit eat and relax but would throw caution to the wind on the week of the Will Clancy Week as I would say this place can get quite busy.
4 based on 140 reviews
Great barfood in this cosy pub which is part of the newly refurbished Armada Hotel. The food was excellent with decent portion sizes. The kids loved the chicken goujons made with proper chicken breast and the adult fish and chips portion is really enough for 2. The chowder was nice but not the best one I have tasted. We will definitely be back though. The wines by the glass are a bit pricey but good quality but it is a hotel so that would be expected. We have been twice already and will definitely return. By far the best pub grub in Spanish Point.
4 based on 80 reviews
Mo day night is quiet but we enjoyed our evening st Cogans . Service was excellent. The scampi was exceptionally tasty and the sticky toffee pudding highly recommended
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