Vaughans Anchor Inn Bar restaurant
Main Street, Liscannor
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Reviewed 27th June 2016 (visited 18 June 2016 )
Had heard much about vaughans. My daughter and I started our holiday with dinner here. Made our order and bread arrived as did complimentary taster of curried soup. I ordered turbot special which was presented in miniscule bundle in middle of large and otherwise empty plate. I had to ask for accompanying veggies which took at least another 3 minutes to get there. Again in miniature. While turbot and equally small portion of veggies was delicious ny daughters pasta was described as bland with hardly any meat in sight. Shared choc fondant desert was delicious but also well below average desert size. I felt we were given lots of bread and complimentary soup to fill us up before disappointingly stingy portions of main course and desert. Not value for money and will not go back even though flavour was excellent I don't think the outdated concept of nouvelle cuisine is acceptable any more.
Reviewed 12th August 2014 (visited 10 August 2014 )
Amazing Food , very helpful Staff. I recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment
Reviewed 02nd September 2013 (visited 1 September 2013 )
Love this place. We went down to Lahinch for a drive yesterday and made our way to Vaughan's for dinner. We had the fish and chip.. it was beautiful. Great service, great value and scenic location.
Reviewed 26th August 2013 (visited 26 August 2013 )
Superb Spot!!! On a day trip to the Cliffs of Moher and stopped here for Lunch on the way back. The fish and Chips in this place is to die for.... I had that by the way. Kids had Spag bol, kids portion. Kids dish was served at the perfect temp, not too hot and the kids could tuck in stright away. Unfortunately it was a flying visit, but i will definitely make it my business to get back here and try the evening menu at some stage. Looks like a great spot to have an evening meal and knock back a few pints for the night. Either the campervan or one of the nearby hotels might be on the agenda for the next visit.
Reviewed 19th September 2012 (visited 8 September 2012 )
This place is a little gem, very quirky decor and very random, but it is all fitty. The food is excellent, I tried the monkfish and it was stunning and I don't even like fish. Service and atmosphere was very good also, Place is always packed!
Reviewed 12th January 2012 (visited 10 September 2011 )
Dined here while staying at the Liscannor bay Logues hotel . As it was across the road it was a must to try. A great athmosphere in the area with people outside chatting, drinking and relaxing.. The decor is nautical and in keeping with the area and made pleasant dining, The staff were friendly but the service was a little slow but the wine helped to pass the time. Prices were a bit expensive for recessionary times in a small village in West Clare but the food was good and a great night was had by all.
Reviewed 15th November 2011 (visited 10 September 2011 )
A must visit after the Cliffs of moher, what a fantastic place this is! Everything on the menu is as fresh as it could possibly be. The crab claws are excellent, as are the pot of mussels. Our visitors were highly impressed with Vaughan's. Keep up the good work!
Reviewed 05th July 2010 (visited 2 July 2010 )
Delicious meal in Liscannor! Vaughans is a great spot for foodies in Co. Clare. The pub is very welcoming and as a traditional bar has all the atmosphere that you would expect. The back of the bar has many tables well spaced out and decorated with large old prints of Liscannor harbour. Service was extremely friendly and prompt. An amuse bouche of mushroom soup with a truffle foam was excellently presented in a cappuchino cup on a slate and glass ‘saucer’. We tried a crab starter which was served with a cucumber jelly and wasabi caviar. Excellently presented and plenty of fresh crab meat that was enjoyed with freshly baked breads. For mains, we enjoyed a cote de boef served with béarnaise sauce, onion rings and chips. The beef was a massive ‘on the bone’ cut that was very tasty. Too full for desert we drank the rest of our Argentinean Malbec and settled the €90 bill. A must for dinner or lunch if you are in the Clare region.