We stopped in for lunch. Two of us had the seafood chowder, one had a panini, and one had fish and chips. It was okay.
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Good plain home cooked food, good service and judging by the number of locals a well supported venue, only down side was, i found, i had to be careful of my elbows, the day we visited it was sunday lunch time and we were lucky...More
Visited for dinner and both of us had the steamed Monkfish from the specials. As always their fish is lovely and fresh and very well cooked My Guinness as always comes from the pub over the road Great food and a welcoming atmosphere at real...More
This family operated restaurant is in heart of Castletownbere. We ate there several times, the proprietor was extraordinarily helpful when we asked about relatives in the area. The food was remarkably fresh and well prepared, great flavor. Do not skip dessert!
Spend 2 nights at Castleberehaven and ate here 3 times! Great food, resonably priced and wonderful company. The owner of this family run business found out we were celebrating our 30th wedding anniversary and sang to us then went and gave me flowers! Can't beat...More
Driving the Ring of Beara was one of the highlights of our trip to Ireland! This was a perfect stop for a late lunch after snacking along the way. Yummy chowder, vegetable soup and brown bread! Quaint little restaurant with good service.
Well it should be fresh and it was. Great food and friendly service. Cannot fault it.. We also had a dessert on the house due to it being my partners birthday. Thanks a million.