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Best of food and our table was hosted by the Butchers Daughter! Ó trusted her to choose for me and she choose beautiful dishes for starter and main with crumble for desert. A great night with plenty of wine and G and Ts.
This restaurant was recommended to my husband and me by the proprietor of Shelburne Lodge. It is small and intimate and the night we were there it was lively and animated. Our server was EXCELLENT! She suggested the sea bass with prawns. It was one...More
Lots of hype on this place but we were disappointed in the food. The vaunted sole with bourbon and shrimp was almost devoid of flavor. The soup fell short, too. Service was excellent and friendly but it is so crowded and noisy we couldn’t hear...More
We ate at Packie’s on the first night of our week long stay in Kenmare. We were lucky to get a table (thanks to our driver Paul Brown of Brown’s Taxi and Tours) As the place was truly “packed!” Our meals were delicious - prawns...More
The four-star rating is for the crowded and uncomfortable seating. Our table for four was smashed between a wall, a window and two other tables. The noise level was high and one of the music speakers was right over our table. It's a small and...More
Tiny doesn’t even start to describe this gem in Kenmare. Making a reservation is a must and I would not recommend it for a party over 6 unless you get 2 tables. You will hear what everyone is talking about. The food was so good...More
It’s difficult to understand the few negative reviews here. Is it white tablecloths and pomp? No - rather Packie’s delivers excellent food inside a happy, friendly atmosphere. The two of us shared a duck leg confit as a starter; presentation was pretty and we agreed...More