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History of Cronin’s RestaurantIn 1957 Johnny and Noreen Cronin opened a small lodging house down Clover Lane. Noreen who worked as a cook for a brief period in London decided to use her talents in the kitchen serving lunches for local factory worker. At the time it was quite a small operation with Noreen and Johnny doing the cooking the serving and the wash up . As time went by the Cronin family Grew and Sisters Joan, Katherine, Helen, Norma along with their brother Pat all began to work in the lodging house. In 1977 after realising the popularity of there lunches Johnny and Noreen took the decision to buy a small thatched cottage on College street and turn it into Cronins Restaurant. In 1996…
All reviews shepherds pie lamb seafood trio rhubarb crumble fish and chips potatoes chowder burger salad home cooked food small place service was excellent smoked salmon ring of kerry great dinner ate here great restaurant
Visited cronins on Thursday 3rd January for evening dinner.A lovely homely restaurant with very friendly staff and delicious food.Had prawns to start followed by pork medallions and Baileys cheese cake for dessert.My wife had crab salad to start,lamb for dinner and rhubarb for dessert.Food was...More
We are a family of six ranging in age from 11 to 52. We were there for dinner and had a reservatioh in advance. We were promptly seated by a friendly host who struck up a conversation about our hometown. We all ordered different entrees...More
Cronins is a gem in the beautiful town of Killarney. Lovely decor, very friendly staff and simply the most scrumptious food. From the minestrone soup to the lamb to the apple pie, every morsel was a gastronomic feast. If we were staying longer we would...More
We ate at Cronin’s on our last night in Killarney and if we’d had more time, we would have returned! Service was very friendly and attentive. The traditional decor is cozy and warm. They had good gluten free bread for my husband. He had the...More
Very nice restaurant.
Staff seems to be a familly and all of them are so nice and caring.
Food were lovely, fresh home made sooooo tasty
We just found the portion reasonnable but were so good that we could have eat it twice !!!
Dinner here was a welcome treat after the Killarney Christmas parade. Busy restaurant but they made room for the 2 of us. Really good minestrone soup. Unexpected in Ireland. Staff was smiling and friendly while working a busy night. Try the duck, you won’t be...More
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My best advice would be to contact Cronin's themselves as they would be the best placed to answer this question especially as it is a serious issue if there was any type of cross contamination. To be fair they are... More
My best advice would be to contact Cronin's themselves as they would be the best placed to answer this question especially as it is a serious issue if there was any type of cross contamination. To be fair they are very polite and although always extremely busy they will take the time to advise you on this question.
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