At the time of our visit the bar and restaurant were only open Thursday to Sunday. As Thursday was the only night of the four that we would be staying here, we called in on our way back from driving around the Beara Peninsula and booked a table. It's a good job we did because although there was only another table of two when we arrived at 7.30, two parties of 10 turned up shortly after and then a three and another two. The menu was quite small, but our food was good. I especially enjoyed the plaice main course I chose. Service was attentive and almost too much so, when we were asked about four or five times if our meal was ok. Like everywhere in the republic we found that prices were on the high side compared to the UK, but this is probably partly to do with the poor exchange rate. Starters were from around 6 to 11 euros and mains around 16 to 24 euros. Our total bill for 2 chowders, 2 fish mains and 2 medium glasses of wine came to 63 euros + tip.
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