The Cornerstone Lahinch restaurant
Main St, Lahinch
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Reviewed 18th August 2014 (visited 18 August 2014 )
The food is top quality always, the staff are very professional no matter how busy it is and it is exceptional value for money.
Reviewed 23rd April 2014 (visited 23 April 2014 )
Mediocre to say the least ordered fresh cod and got four deep fried goujons with cold chips and a sea food chowder which was Luke warm and pre sliced brown bread not what I was expecting from a coastal town I would have expected some fresh ingredients and home made bread for the price very disappointed
Reviewed 31st October 2013 (visited 27 October 2013 )
Great spot. Bustling little Irish pub and we all ate some lovely seafood dishes. It was all very welcoming
Reviewed 05th October 2013 (visited 5 October 2013 )
Ate here today and was served the worst burger I have ever seen and tasted in my life. Two of us ordered the Special of the day Burger which resembled tasteless blended mince dumped on top of a bed of spud. Didn't even resemble a burger - never again.
Reviewed 18th June 2013 (visited 18 March 2013 )
We stayed for a week in Lahinch and ate every evening here. The service here is very very good (even on very busy nights) and the food is always yummy. Our daughter had lamb everyday, coteletts, liver, leg, etc. Dear husband had fish, everyday a different one and I had various dishes over the days. The desserts are great, too. Over all we never spent over € 65 for 3 main courses, drinks and sometimes dessert. Atmosphere is really good.