Seven Days Of Casual Dining In Killarney

 

SEVEN DAYS OF CASUAL DINING IN KILLARNEY


We’ve hand picked seven of our favourite feasting hot spots to give you an entire weeks worth of casual dining options.

These great restaurants are open for lunch and dinner so you can dine day or night with minimum fuss.


In alphabetical order:
 
The Caragh Restaurant, New Street

A traditional family run restaurant serving lunch and dinner for decades.

Their extensive menu is packed with crowd pleasing classics. Light bites, sandwiches, salads, mains, vegetarian and vegan options. Truly something for everyone!

The staff are wonderfully friendly and the prices reasonable.


Cronin’s Restaurant, College Street

This family run restaurant has been serving the best of top notch Irish fare since 1957 and is a friendly spot where the locals eat.

The menu is both traditional and upmarket. Choose from Chowder, Smoked Salmon, Wings, Lamb Cutlets, Hereford Beef, Chicken Curry and Chicken & Ham Roast to name but a few.

Meat, fish and vegetables are locally sourced and of the highest quality. Cronin’s dishes have been time tested to perfection and are always served with a smile by charming hosts.

Open every day from 5pm to 9:15pm.


Eleven77 Food Bus, Muckross Road

Opened in 2021 during the lockdown, this converted bus is the new kid on the block. Their take-away offering has been a breath of fresh air to Killarney’s dining scene.

Choose from Tacos, Burgers, Korean Wings, Loaded Fries, Crab Croissant and the Cubano Sandwich.

My personal favourite, the Indian Roll is a taste explosion not to be missed!

Open Wednesday to Sunday from 8:30am to 8pm serving great coffee and sweet treats too.

Eleven77 is worth a stop any time of the day. You might have to queue but it will be worth it!


Khao Asian Street Food, 66 High Street

Expect an abundance in choice of tasty, fresh and vibrant Thai food.

Stand out dishes include the Massaman Curry, Bang Bang Chicken Salad, Bpet Pad Kar Prow (Duck Stir Fry) and of course the trusty, unfaltering Pad Thai.

Look out for great value lunch deals on their Facebook page.

Food is served with a smile in their small, bustling restaurant or for take-away every day from 12 noon to 10:30pm.


Kitty O’Se’s Seafood and Grill, College Street

Opened in 2019, it didn’t take long for Kitty’s to establish itself as a firm foodie favourite in town. 

The decor is new and fresh and the atmosphere buzzy. Service is always with a smile.

You will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the menu! Arrive hungry and try the Seafood Tower for two, you won’t be disappointed. The hot favourite from the grill? A quality cut of 8oz steak cooked on a stone. 

Lunch and dinner is served every day of the week 12pm to 9:30pm. Go once and you’ll be back for more!


The Mad Monk, Plunkett Street

More of a high end casual dining spot. This is the place to go if you want to impress without breaking the bank.

An exciting menu full of freshness and flavour. Garlic crab claws, the best oysters, lobster, white sole, black sole. Enjoy a glass of wine while you pour over your options.

Have a steak out of the josper grill if you want to deviate from the fish dominated menu.

Food is served with a smile in this bustling restaurant so book a table in advance to avoid disappointment.

 
Quinlan’s Seafood Bar, 77 High Street

Fresh fish caught daily from their very own boats off the South Kerry coast. It doesn’t get fresher than this!

Traditional battered Fish & Chips are the most popular choice but you can opt to pan-fry your fish and switch those chips for a salad as a healthier option.

The menu also boasts shellfish and ‘Catch Of The Day’ specials. Their chunky chips are made from real potatoes, freshly peeled and chipped each day.

Warning: the portions are generous! Open Tuesday to Sunday from 1pm to 8pm (9pm weekends).o

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