Discover the best restaurant in Lauragh, Ireland including O'Sullivan Teddy, D O'Sheas Bar, Joesie's restaurant, The Village Kitchen, Annie's Home-Made Ice Cream & Cafe, Pedals and Boots, The Smokey Pickle Cafe
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4.5 based on 82 reviews
As a photographer I just loved this place , the boats the harbour, the heathers and the Mountains all made for a pleasant stop , unfortunately we did not eat here but it was busy and the pints looked great. Desmond Daly Photography.
4.5 based on 480 reviews
A family run pub/restaurant serving delicious Irish food using a wide range of local suppliers. A diverse/affordable wine list is available as well as fully stocked bar with a range of artisan beers and cocktails. We have a dedicated area for children with TV/DVD and colouring/puzzle books. We also cater for parties and specialize in BBQ for special occasions. We have hosted a wide range of celebrations and can design a menu to suit all budgets!We look forward to welcoming you to our pub soon!!
We stayed in Sneem for the first time last weekend, just for 2 nights, but will definitely be back. we ate in O'Sheas pub on 3 occasions, what fabulous food, the fisherman's pie was amazing, my husband is still talking about the lamb burger!!! Just 1 dish didn't live up to expectations a strange battered chicken fillet burger, it was never going to be good!!! Lovely cosy place with really friendly staff. Well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Ate at lunchtime and had the fish and chips with mushy peas. The fish was beautiful and very fresh. There was fresh lemon and homemade sauce. Cost as advertised 10 euros. A very good meal,freshly prepared and served hot. The views from the conservatory are also delightful.
4.5 based on 208 reviews
Have had many meals at Barbara O'Connor's Village Kitchen and never been served a bad meal. My favorite is the full Irish breakfast and The Village Kitchen does it proper. Highly recommend breakfast and/or lunch - you can not go wrong.
5 based on 125 reviews
We stopped in the cute town of Sneem to take a break from driving around the Ring of Kerry and decided to try some homemade ice cream. It was incredible ice cream...rich, creamy and fantastic flavors. Young Rory, son of the owner and a lovely, young French girl waited on our group and let us try some flavors. They were friendly and patient with us despite the long line. Afterwards, when we had driven about 90 minutes from Sneem, we discovered that we had left an expensive rain hat in Annie's. We contacted the owner who was so wonderful and helpful. She even offered to try and find someone driving into Killarney to bring us the hat or post it for us to the USA! Fantastic ice cream, wonderful people--a must visit if you're traveling the Ring of Kerry!
5 based on 106 reviews
Family run cafe specialising in local baking and great coffee. Beautiful views and walks. We also hire bikes.
The setting is idyllic, the building picture perfect and the cakes and lunches scrumptious. Plenty of gluten free cake choices.Ample Seating options outside to enjoy the view, lovely interior, which feels like visiting someone's home kitchen. A bonus that you can rent bikes here and...MoreThank you for your lovely review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit and look forward to welcoming you again hopefully during the coming season.
5 based on 6 reviews
The Smokey Pickle Cafe is located on the scenic Beara Peninsula. We are a small artisan café serving freshly prepared soups, sandwiches and daily specials using only the finest locally sourced ingredients. We also have a variety of fresh home baked goods, freshly roasted coffees, wines and craft beers.
Visited this lovely new cafe with my family on a recent visit to Kerry and found it excellent. The freshly prepared soup and sandwiches were delicious made with the best of local ingredients. Excellent coffee also. The staff are friendly and chatty. Will be back when I'm in the area again.
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