Top Choice Irish in Kenmare

Tom Crean Fish & Wine

Named for Kerry's pioneering Antarctic explorer, and run by his granddaughter, this venerable restaurant uses only the best of local organic produce, cheeses and fresh seafood, all served in modern, low-key surround…
Top Choice Irish in Ballydavid

Gormans Clifftop House

Far and away the best place to eat and/or sleep in the area is Gormans Clifftop House. Book ahead to dine on delicious Kerry mountain lamb stew, Dingle Bay prawns and other exquisite dishes. The guest bedrooms (doub…
Top Choice Irish in Dingle Town


Chef Kevin Murphy is dedicated to promoting the finest of Irish produce, much of it from Kerry, taking lamb and seafood and foraged herbs from the Dingle peninsula and creating delicately flavoured concoctions such …
Irish in Killarney


Decorated with fittings from a convent, an orphanage and a school, this Celtic deco restaurant doubles as the town museum, with Jonathan Fisher's 18th-century views of the national park taking pride of place. Try th…
Irish in Killarney


Michael Treyvaud’s modish restaurant has a strong reputation for subtle dishes that merge trad Irish with seductive European influences. The seafood chowder at lunch is a velvet stew of mussels and salmon; dinner ma…
Irish in Killorglin


Bang in the centre of town, this Victorian-style pub has a classy ambience and an equally classy menu. Its spectacular salads, such as Cashel blue cheese, apple, toasted almonds and chorizo, are a meal in themselves…
Irish in Gap of Dunloe

Beaufort Bar & Restaurant

Irish in Kenmare

Mulcahy's Wild Garlic

Candlelight and a laid back vibe create an appealing atmosphere in Kenmare's best-known restaurant, where chef Bruce Mulcahy weaves culinary magic with Asian- or Mediterranean-inspired twists on local seafood, such …
Irish in Cloghane & Around

Altú Restaurant

Irish in Killarney

Mareena's Simply Food

The clue is in the name – Mareena's serves the finest of locally sourced produce, from scallops and sea bass to neck of lamb and pork fillet, cooked plainly and simply to let the quality of the food speak for itself…