Top 7 foods in Kilfenora, Province of Munster

Kilfenora (Irish: Cill Fhionnúrach, meaning "Church of the Fertile Hillside" or "Church of the White Brow", [ˈciːlʲˈɪn̪ˠuːɾˠəx]) is a village and a civil parish in County Clare, Ireland. It is situated south of the karst limestone region known as the Burren. Since medieval times when it was the episcopal see of the Bishop of Kilfenora, it has been known as the "City of the Crosses" for its seven (now five) high crosses. The village had around 220 inhabitants in 2011 and achieved a certain amount of fame as the location where much of the TV show Father Ted (1995-98) was filmed.

1. Linnane's Pub

Kilfenora Rd, Kilfenora Ireland +353 65 708 8157 Lunch Seating Irish, Bar, Pub
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4 based on 23 reviews

Linnane's Pub

Reviewed By Patrick B - Dunboyne, Ireland

Great Seafood and a View

It was crab for all three of us - Crab cakes, Crab sandwich, Crab salad. All were fresh and full of Crab. Good Service, topped by a Great View of the bay, made this a great lunch stop. We'll be back.

2. The Roadside Tavern

Kincora Road Co. Clare, Lisdoonvarna V95 T85K Ireland +353 65 707 4084 http://www.roadsidetavern.ie/roadside Lunch, Dinner, Late Night, Drinks Outdoor Seating, Seating, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Wine and Beer Irish, Bar, Pub, Brew Pub, Contemporary, Gastropub
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4 based on 736 reviews

The Roadside Tavern

The pub is open all year round from 10am until late. Food is served by Kieran's Kitchen from March until beginning of November. Last orders at 8.45pm. In spring 2011, Peter Curtin embarked on a new endeavour: He set up the Burren Brewery in the Roadside T

Reviewed By corno58 - Dublin, Ireland

Worth a visit for the food

What a great place to visit The Roadside Tavern an excellent pub and gastronomic foodHad the best seafood chowder we have ever had and then followed by tapas of smoked salmon and pate and meats a wonderful share platter This is next door to the Smoke house where they smoke there own salmon and it is excellent Highly recommend

3. Monk's Bar

The Pier, Ballyvaughan Ireland Seafood

Reviewed By JoeGDublin - Dublin, Ireland

Magnificent Monk’s

Our first visit was simply overwhelming for the quality and volume of the seafood. The Prawn Pil-pil was intended as a shared starter between just 2, but 3 of us couldn’t finish them if we were to leave any room for the main course. My fish and chips featuring beautiful hake was delicious. For our second night in Ballyvaughan it was a no- brainier to go there again and our second visit was every bit as enjoyable as our first. Great food, great service and lovely atmosphere made Monk’s unforgettable.

4. Sheedy's Country House Hotel Restaurant

Main Street Sheedy's Country House Hotel, Lisdoonvarna Ireland +353 65 707 4026 http://www.sheedys.com Breakfast, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Parking Available, Serves Alcohol, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Table Service Irish, European, Contemporary
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4 based on 116 reviews

Sheedy's Country House Hotel Restaurant

Reviewed By JetLagJack - Athenry, Ireland

Great B'day Dinner for my Wife

The dining experience at Sheedy's was first rate. We were greeted at the door when we arrived early for our booking and we were shown a seat in the sun room and our drink orders were quickly taken and delivered. We sat and perused the menu and Martina took our orders. We were shown our table after we had finished our drinks.I had the soup. A cauliflower soup with a unique oil garnish infused with rocket. My wife had the monk fish started, a large portion for a starter. It was prepared in a tempura style. We both had the lamb, some of the best we've had in Ireland .... and that is saying something since we live in Ireland. In addition it was cooked to the doness that we request, medium-rare.

5. Kilshanny House

Kilshanny Village, Kilshanny Ireland +353 65 707 1660 http://www.kilshannyhouse.ie Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Late Night Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Wheelchair Accessible, Full Bar, Table Service Irish, Pub, Gastropub
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5 based on 90 reviews

Kilshanny House

Friendly, family run business offering delicious home cooked food, a great pint and surprising creative events! Get off the beaten track to a family run rustic village Inn. Sample the flavour of our local village hospitality, warmly welcomed by Ban An Ti,

Reviewed By Wally and Lorna D - Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom

By Appointment Only

We first visited this pub and restaurant in 2016 whilst staying nearby. Being back in Co Clare this year, we wanted to revisit. We arranged an afternoon tea. Without doubt it was the best afternoon tea any of us have ever had (although none of us actually drink tea!). The home baking was so delicious it was impossible to resist and we just couldn't believe we finished the lot (it would have been rude not to). On the day we visited we had two types of sandwich, vol au vents, the most delicious rhubarb tarts, scones with two different jams and gorgeous boozy tiramisu fingers. Booking is essential, but that is better than a spur of the moment thing, you can enjoy the anticipation too!Dear Wally and Lorna D,Thanks so much for your most kind and complimentary review which we very much appreciate. It was a pleasure having you at Kilshanny House again and hope you enjoyed the rest of your time here in North Clare in the beautiful sunshine on the Wild Atlantic Way. Hope to see you again if you choose to come back to Ireland for your holidays. Give me the heads up and I will have the kettle down...(oops, no tea for you!) and I'll have the good china out!!

6. An Teach Bia

Main Street, Ennistymon Ireland +353 87 786 3815 https://www.facebook.com/pages/An-Teach-Bia/1395751183970880 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Brunch Takeout, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Table Service Irish, European
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4 based on 114 reviews

An Teach Bia

Reviewed By MrStuart64 - Newport, United Kingdom

Standard cafe food the only good thing is the staff

We went here because it is rated number 1 in Ennistymon and I have to say we were all disappointed. The place is a standard cafe that serves standard cafe food and is nothing special. The only reason this has got a three rating is because of the staff. We wouldn't be in a hurry to go back.

7. The Burren Storehouse

Kincora Road, Lisdoonvarna V95 T85K Ireland +353 89 958 1068 http://roadsidetavern.ie/roadside/?q=burren-storehouse Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Drinks Takeout, Reservations, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Television, Wine and Beer Irish, Pizza, Bar, Cafe, European
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4 based on 81 reviews

The Burren Storehouse

The Burren Storehouse is the new food and music venue in Lisdoonvarna, a place to watch sport events and more right next door to the Roadside Tavern! Ideal for families, couples, all ages - it offers real-fire, artisan, top-notch pizzas with amazing toppi

Reviewed By 837annet - Lisburn, United Kingdom

Fabulous for all ages

Fantastic staff who were more than helpful in accommodating a party of mums with children - ensuring all fed and with a huge screen showing premiership football keeping teenager happy whilst little ones had fun with table football. Great selection of gins, many thanks guys

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