Reviews on Pub food in Roscrea, Province of Munster, Ireland. Roscrea (Irish: Ros Cré, meaning "Wood of Cré") is an historical market town in County Tipperary, Ireland. In 2016 the town had a population of 5,446. The town is one of the oldest in Ireland which developed around the ancient monastery of Saint Crónán of Roscrea, parts of which remain preserved today.
Things to do in Roscrea
We are a traditional Irish and family run business serving real American BBQ food in our Pitmasters Smoke House, all our meat is smoked for a minimum of 8 hours in the custom build American smoker, we specialize in Ribs and Brisket and all served with our
I must say I| was truly disappointed with the whole attitude around Rosie O Grady's. Having sourced it on tripadvisor we decided it would be a good place to meet for lunch as it would be a half way stop for us both. The reviews were plausible.On my way there; there was ample signage on the roads saying Rosie O Grady's opened and serving food all day. We duly arrived only yesterday to find the place closed with no notice in respect of opening hours or closing hours for that matter. I duly rang later in the day on a number of occasions with the voice message 'We are unable to take your call'. There was no facility to leave a message. So it looks like 'Horseman pass by'
4 based on 21 reviews
Not even sure how we found our way here.We spent a fun day at the races in Tipperary,and we getting lost and needed a place to rest and relieve,after fueling up the gentleman gave us directions here.Stayed a little too long talking with the locals having a real good time,amazing people .Even though it was dark out when we left they got us to our next stop with no problems.I had forgotten about this place until I had been going over our receipts recently.
3 based on 75 reviews
Stopped on our drive from Dublin to Dingle and had a wonderful lunch. I had the house special vegetable soup with a salad, my daughter had a panini and chips. Both were excellent. Staff and secretive was friendly and considerate, we even got a few tales of the local legends of the castle next door.
3 based on 31 reviews
Our group of 7 enjoyed a delicious carvery lunch after church. Americans would call this a 'plate lunch' - where you choose a meat and then your side dishes from a serving station. It's not really a buffet because you don't serve yourself and they choose the portion size, unless you specify a half-portion. The food was very tasty, prices were reasonable and the servers were all very nice and friendly. Would recommend this!Dear NotALostWanderer,Thank you for taking the time to send us your review. I am delighted that you and your group enjoyed a carvery lunch in Racket Hall Country House Hotel. Thank you very much for all you lovely positive feedback on our food, staff and service. I hope we have the pleasure in welcoming you back in the near future.
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