Best European restaurants nearby. Discover the best European food in Rossnowlagh. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for European restaurants near you.. Rossnowlagh (Irish: Ros Neamhlach, meaning "heavenly headland") is a seaside village in south County Donegal, Ireland. It is about 8.5 km north of Ballyshannon and 16.0 km southwest of Donegal Town. The area's 3 km long beach is popular with families and is frequented by walkers, surfers, wind-surfers, kite-surfers and swimmers.
4 based on 443 reviews
My husband and I eat in this restaurant quite often you canât beat it the best fish and chips in this location.staff is so pleasant and helpful,decor very pleasing to the eye . Enjoy a good walk by the wild Atlantic way afterwords.
4 based on 143 reviews
We got toasties and the ham was chunky and it was not nice and didnât taste like a toasty FLIPPING MINGINGThank you for your review. We believe you have posted about the wrong location as we do not serve chunky ham in our toasties.
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.!
4 based on 428 reviews
After reading great reviews on this restaurant we decided to give it a try. The building is situated right by the sea with amazing views from the many windows. The atmosphere is relaxing and romantic and the service is excellent. All of the employees were friendly and attentive. However, the food was a major disappointment. The menu is expensive so one would expect good value for the money. However, even though our food was beautifully presented, it was over cooked and dried out. The steak (requested medium-well) was very well done. The crab claws were so dry they were tasteless. The broccoli was mushy and a dull green. The portions were small. Itâs such a shame because this restaurant has gotten everything else right. We ate at several other nearby restaurants for a fraction of the cost and received much larger portions cooked just right. Sadly, despite the breathtaking view and excellent service, we will not be back to the Peak.
5 based on 23 reviews
French brasserie, cafe & bakery with a relaxed seatting offering a selection of seasonal dishes with a contemporary twist. Open for breakfast, brunch and lunch. Tea, coffee and cakes served until 5pm.
Was passing through the lovely town of Ballyshannon and popped into Tete-a-Tete for some lunch. The variety, standard and presentation of food was excellent and it was evident the chefs take pride in their work. The young gentleman serving us was very friendly and efficient and ensured we were well looked after. I would highly recommend this lovely gem to anyone!Thank you very much for your review. We are delighted to hear you had a great experience in Tete-a-Tete!
4 based on 214 reviews
We are a homely bar & restaurant just of the main street with a full bar available. We cater for all occasions and our is aim is to provide you the most enjoyable relaxing evening possible, from when you com in the door you can sit and relax in-front of t
A restaurant firmly stuck in 1983 and haven't adapted to changes in taste, modern decor, customs and lacking that vibrant, upbeat vibe of todays restaurants. I imagine in the mid eighties, this was THE place to go in Bundoran. You sat, had drinks, then had your starter of prawn cocktail or a fan of melon (which are still on the menu), then had your main of Salmon hollandaise or Pork medallions (which are still on the menu) and perhaps shared crab claws (which are still on the menu)The entire atmosphere is a drab stiff affair, overly formal customary practices such as the waitress leading you into the restaurant and pulling your chair out. Thanks, I can do that myself. Cue napkins inside the wine glasses. I was expecting a moustachioed waiter to come out and say "Would Sir care to see ze wine liiiist?".You're the manager and you're reading this now. You are stuck in time. You haven't travelled outside Bundoran in a long time. And it shows. Your customers aren't getting younger . Being no.1 on Tripadvisor means sweet FA. Especially in Bundoran. Wow, have you guys got work to do. I imagine "change" is a scary word in there.
4 based on 80 reviews
Was recommended to us by a local during the Rory Gallagher Tribute Festival. It did not disappoint. Full Irish breakfast with toast, wheaten bread and tea/coffee for â¬10 each.Well worth it. Quick friendly service despite being very busy and the food was of exceptional quality.
4 based on 166 reviews
Took the Mrs and Parents for a meal here over Christmas.After 5 weeks at home and eating out most nights, this was easily one if not the best meal of the trip.Between us all we had,hake,salmon,chowder,goat cheese salad.etc Salmon tasted amazing, very wild tasting.Even the hake was excellent which Iâve never had much luck with in the past, always a bland tasting fish.Looking forward to the summer visit now, so can sit outside n enjoy the surroundings.Pretty good Guinness too.Certain non Irish members of staff could use a little Donegal friendliness
4 based on 248 reviews
âNirvanaâ â as itâs namesake suggests is a perfect place of peace, happiness and tranquillity. A fine dining, family run restaurant located within the heart of historic Ballyshannon, on the Wild Atlantic Way.
Tucked away on a quiet road near the town centre, served an interesting mix of dishes using mainly local produce. Food goos as wes the serviceThanks so much for taking the time to leave a review. Hope to welcome you back again soon. Kind Regards, Sharon, Eugene & The Nirvana Team
4 based on 404 reviews
Smuggler's Creek Inn is an Award-Winning Restaurant & Bar with Accommodation. It is situated on a cliff edge with breathtaking panoramic views over Rossnowlagh beach and Donegal Bay. The interior is decorated with seafaring theme, natural stone walls, ori
Lovely staff, helpful and courteous. Had the chicken burger & chips. When everything should be piping hot, it was only WARM. Despite this, I eat everything, but it was not very pleasing. I felt the chips had been lying around, maybe even re heated already! Needed a lot of salt . . . .
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