Most Popular Restaurants in Glencolmcille

Gleann Cholm Cille is a coastal district in the southwest Gaeltacht of County Donegal in Ulster, Ireland. It is also a civil parish in the historic barony of Banagh.

1. An Cistin

Coast Road Ordeas Gael, Glencolmcille Ireland +353 74 973 0213 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Reservations, Table Service Irish, Soups, Seafood, European
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4 based on 72 reviews

An Cistin

Reviewed By Seamus M - Letterkenny, Donegal, Ireland

Worth the climb

This lovely restaurant is welcoming especially on a cold wet Spring day. After another visit to Sliabh League we decided to reward ourselves with some warm Chowder and freshly made brown bread. The restaurant looks big on the outside but there is a craft shop in the second half and so there is a limited number of tables available for diners.The service is fast enough for such a busy place especially in the Summer. This time of year you will have less bother with tourists and seating won't be a problem. The sea food is locally caught I am told and fresh. Hard to beat that. I will be back again with some American guests later in the year .

2. Benny's

Cashel, Glencolmcille Ireland +353 85 813 7447 http://www.facebook.com/Bennys-Glencolmcille-287051781641912/ Dinner Parking Available, Street Parking, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible Fast Food
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4 based on 21 reviews

Benny's

Chip van specializing in Fresh Fish and Homemade chips.

Reviewed By LM606 - Honolulu, Hawaii

The best food in the glen

Glencolumcille isn't exactly overrun with options for eating out, so I was happy to see Benny's appear last year and happier still to find that they're still in business. But it's no surprise. This isn't the healthiest food around, but it's delicious and fast, and you get fairly big portions for your money. The fish is superb, but I also love their sausages.Benny's accepts orders by phone. If you can, call ahead to save yourself some time. You can find hard copies of their menu around town or view it online on their Facebook page. They always seem to be busy when I go by, but they work hard to bang out the orders and they've always got a friendly word for everyone.This isn't the kind of food you can eat often but it's a lovely treat and a must try when in Glencolumcille.

3. The Rusty Mackerel Bar Restaurant Accommodation

Teelin, Carrick F94 VP99 Ireland +353 74 973 9101 https://www.facebook.com/therusty.teelin/ Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Seating, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Table Service Irish, Seafood, European, Pub, Bar
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4 based on 148 reviews

The Rusty Mackerel Bar Restaurant Accommodation

The Rusty Mackerel is a renowned Traditional Irish Bar, Restaurant & Accommodation made famous for its Traditional Irish Music, Food, Warm & Friendly Atmosphere with a vibrant mix of both locals and visitors at the foot of the Sliabh Liag Mountains. 'Uniq

Reviewed By lesley6guymer

Fantastic with a few problems

Meal service charm and breakfast amazing. Room and shower finished to a high standard..bed amazingly comfortable. Beautiful outside sitting areas and parkingHowever room was small no where to sit or put your luggage no window so no ventilation apart from a grill no tv radio or telephone (reception for mobile phone nil). Finished to a high standard yes but still being finished very noisy at breakfast also no fish excited salmon might mixed with scarmbled egg (which my husband loved)

4. Kelly's Kitchen - Restaurant at Slieve League Lodge (Sliabh Liag)

Main St., Carrick Ireland +353 74 973 9973 http://www.slieveleaguelodge.com/hegartys-bar-cooks-pantry-carrick-donegal/ Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service, Full Bar Irish, Pub, European
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4 based on 108 reviews

Kelly's Kitchen - Restaurant at Slieve League Lodge (Sliabh Liag)

Reviewed By nauj63 - South East England, United Kingdom

Ann-Marie knows where she is heading...

...and deserves support. She took over thinks restaurant in March. We were a family party from the UK and dropped by on the ‘off-chance’ of a good meal. Busy and buzzing with a local clientele, we were warmly welcomed and quickly seated. Everything thereafter was just what we wanted - informal atmosphere, unfussy, good hearty food and friendly, efficient service. Great value.

5. Ti Linn

Bunglass Rd Co. Donegal, Teelin 00 Ireland +353 74 973 9077 http://www.sliabhleague.com/ Lunch, Breakfast, Brunch Outdoor Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Seating, Street Parking, Free Off-Street Parking, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Free Wifi, Accepts Discover, Accepts Credit Cards Irish, Cafe
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4 based on 100 reviews

Ti Linn

Artisan Cafe with Homemade delights, Italian Coffee,home baking, & Craft Shop. Remember; Ti Linn Cafe is your last stop before the Cliffs themselves, there are no service buildings, or Interpretive Centre etc. at the cliffs, unlike other places, Slieve Le

Reviewed By sewdog - Cambridge, United Kingdom

Wonderful find

We were staying close b and went in for lunch. One of the best soups I have tasted, carrot, lentil and orange. Plus sanswiches and divine cakes.The shop had very beautiful items, nothing tacky or too touristy and I found the perfect mug that I have been searching for for years. Well worth a stop when you are visiting Slieve League.

6. The Village Shop & Coffee House

R263, Malin Beg Ireland +353 74 973 0803 http://www.facebook.com/pg/The-village-shop-coffee-house-251654821699228/ Lunch, Dinner
The Village Shop & Coffee House

Reviewed By Deank06 - Letterkenny, Ireland

Lovely Toasties with stunning view!

The Village Shop & Coffee House is very close to the Silver Strand Beach in Malin Beg. There is outdoor seating which is perfect as it offers stunning views.The food is reasonably priced and very nice, we went for toasted sandwiches.Overall a nice place to stop for breakfast, lunch or dinner in Malin Beg.

7. Cottage Chipper

Carrick Carpark, Carrick Ireland +353 87 269 5508 http://www.facebook.com/thecottagechipper Dinner, Late Night, Lunch Takeout, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Wheelchair Accessible Irish, Fast Food, Street Food
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4 based on 32 reviews

Cottage Chipper

We are a family run takeaway, cooking good food, fast.

Reviewed By hutchplace - Santa Rosa, California

SUPER CHIPS

In Carrick/Kilcar for genealogy....purchased fish and chips and onion rings. Both superb. You can call ahead to have them ready when you drive up.Thanks for your great review. We look forward to seeing you again.

8. Carrick Chinese takeaway

Main Street, Carrick F94 HR04 Ireland +353 74 973 9226 Dinner Takeout Chinese, Seafood, Fast Food, European, Asian
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4 based on 18 reviews

Carrick Chinese takeaway

Reviewed By jazsacher - Bangkok, Thailand

Avoid at All Costs !

I went back and forth regarding what to put for this rating. I ordered the sweet and sour pork and I hate the fact that the pork and sauce was very soupy. I far prefer less sauce and chunkier pieces of port but this was exactly the opposite. The pork combined with the sauce and fried rice tasted marginal at best worthy of no greater than a 3 rating in TA. However, when I tasted my gf's beef fried rice, everything changed. Her beef fried rice was hardly edible worthy of a TA rating of 1. I'm taking the average of these two ratings and ending up with a 2 which I feel is a generous rating. You can do much better than ordering from this place. Such a disappointment !We apologise if in your opinion the food was not to your liking.We would like to invite you back to try our food again and this time make your preference on how you would like the dish cooked.Take into consideration that Asian taste is very different to European and that is a well known fact and have not had this dish called into question before and it is a popular choice with our customersWe saw you did finish the food and left nothing over which is confusing if your now complaining it wasn't to your liking.As you ate in the premise if something was not to your satisfaction that would have been the time to voice your concern so we could have rectified the issue with either a different dish or a change to the one you finished.We do take on board all concerns about our food as we take great pride in what we cook.The Chef and staff are visible from the time you place an order ,through the cooking and then to the moment it's presented to you.We shall look at the dishes in question and review its preparation and taste.Again, please call in and we shall endeavour to put a smile back on your face.We look forward to seeing you.

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