First night in Kenmare so here was the first place we ate because it appeared quite busy which is always a compliment.
Our starters were really good. My sister got the soup with brown soda bread. Very nice. I got the deep fried Brie with Cranberry sauce which was delicious. Could eat it over and over.
Our mains were a bit disappointing. My sister got the lamb burger just with cheddar instead of goat's cheese. The burger bun was something you can get at the supermarket and it wasn't even toasted and the chips were just like fried frozen chips. I ordered the battered fish and chips. I had to ask for a wedge of lemon for it which generally is a given. The batter was slightly soggy, tasted undercooked but the fish inside was nice.
We had the White Pinot Grigio which was the best part of our whole meal.
We didn't get desserts. The Australian waitress was lovely and recommended different places for us to drink and see live music which was much appreciated. I would go here again if the group wished to go but I would not suggest the restaurant as I had much better in the town in Kenmare.
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