Sha-Roe Bistro restaurant
Main Street, Clonegal
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Reviewed 16th March 2015 (visited 11 March 2015 )
Cannot have an complaints with Sha-Roe - Food and service were both great. Will be back!
Reviewed 26th May 2014 (visited 25 May 2014 )
It was probably the best family meal we had in years. The flavours and attention to detail in the cooking is second to none. A very talented chef; super hosts and a wonderful waitress.. A winning combination all in all!
Reviewed 01st March 2014 (visited 28 February 2014 )
We found the restaurant pleasant, but didn't live up to all the hype about it. Maybe we were expecting too much.
Reviewed 29th November 2013 (visited 28 November 2013 )
Had a very enjoyable evening, nice & relaxing and the food was excellent.
Reviewed 24th September 2013 (visited 27 July 2013 )
We had been at Sha-Roe previously but on this occasion brought 10 friends with us. We had a fantastic experience. The food, service and personal attention we received were all excellent. The quality of the produce/fish/meat/cheese is without question. How the chef creates such mouth watering flavours is a credit to his skill. All in all this is a gem of a restaurant and they deserve every accolade they receive. We will be going back and I would recommend anyone who wants an intimate dinner for two to a large party to put Sha-Roe on your list.
Reviewed 23rd September 2013 (visited 16 August 2013 )
Been here a few times, always lives up to expectation. Food never disappoints and always try to book a table when I know I'm going to be in the area. Almost don't want people to know about it as it will be even harder to get a table.
Reviewed 21st March 2011 (visited 26 February 2011 )
Went here for a girls night out & as a big treat for us all! We were given the 'chefs table' which is an alcove beside the kitchen so you were away from the rest of the diners which was great for us as we were quite loud! Had the steak which was amazing and eton mess washed down by a gorgeous pinot grigo that came recommended.Was surprised by the price as I was expecting it to be far more expensive than it actually was. Would definately be returning.Word of advice though book well in advance as they book out quickly.
Reviewed 14th November 2010 (visited 12 November 2010 )
I have been eating here since it opened and I am delighted this young couple are getting the attention and success they deserve. The menu is thoughful, balanced and local. To keep prices down the chef avoids expensive cuts and instead cooks. Yes, he cooks. with care and flair within an Irish tradition. Slow cooked ham shanks with cabbage are wonderful. In spring they collect wild garlic and make a sublime soup. The Chicken liver parfait is the best I have ever had. Desserts are all great, but on your first visit have the chocolate marquise. The wine list is short but im my humble. it is one of the best in Ireland. Every wine is excellent, represents value for quality and is a food wine. For once it is obvious the wine list was chosen in the kitchen not the cash and carry.The house red and white are very good. Go in a group and take a taxi. The pub next door is perfect for a pint afterwards. The can be a little noisy and you must book ahead. If you want saturday night, book well ahead.
Reviewed 15th October 2010 (visited 2 September 2010 )
we were greeted with a wonderful warm welcome into a very homely dining room. the atmophere was very relaxed and friendly. the food was beautiful, i had veal meatballs which very tasty followed by a lovely creamy vanilla teon mess. will definitely be returning.