Annie's Bar & Restaurant

89 Sunday's Well Road, Cork City

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Cuisine:
Gastro Pub

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27 reviews
4 stars - based on 27 reviews
Annie’s Bar & Restaurant has a relaxed, enjoyable and informal atmosphere, which is reflected in their bistro-style food. All meat, poultry, fish and dairy products used in the ingredients are sourced from local suppliers on a daily basis; many of whom are based in Cork’s famous English Market. The seasonality and freshness of their produce, including organic fruit and vegetables, ensures their unique chalkboard menu is constantly changing and varied, giving the clientele the chance to try something new and exciting. The menu can be loosely categorised as Mediterranean, with influences credited to flavoursome countries such as Thailand and Morocco with a touch of Cork to keep the perfect balance of heritage.

Keep an eye out for Annie’s theme nights, which in the past have included Spanish, Moroccan and Italian menus. Annie’s can cater for all occasions from an informal date with an old friend for lunch or a mile-stone birthday dinner with all your family and friends. Any enquires made will happily be answered by the Manager Cathal Lynch and staff at Annie’s. So, whether it’s a confirmation lunch, a reunion dinner or simply popping in for a coffee or a pint, you’ll be made feel welcome at Annie’s.

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OPENING HOURS

Mon12:00pm - 10:00pm
Tue12:00pm - 10:00pm
Wed12:00pm - 10:00pm
Thu12:00pm - 10:00pm
Fri12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sat12:00pm - 10:00pm
Sun6:00pm - 10:00pm

CAPACITY
60 people

CUISINES
Bistro, Gastro Pub, International, Mediterranean, Pub Grub

FACILITIES

Will cater for children Full Bar, Beer, Wine, Spirits Accept major credit cards Coeliac options available Veggie options available

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Annie's Bar & Restaurant

deirdre-hyde13151713
Cork
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:0%

Reviewed 20th November 2016 (visited 19 November 2016 )

Had lunch here today with family. It was recommended to us. We were so disappointed. It was certainly cold in there no heating. We ordered beef and chicken. The beef was so over cooked it was dry and tough . Roast potatoes were the worst in washing ever served ie still hard. Definitely won't be returning or recommending.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

manningcormac

1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 18th February 2014 (visited 15 February 2014 )

Food and service were excellent

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

jaynebe
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd November 2012 (visited 7 October 2012 )

maybe as it was a sunday evening there wasn't a great selection on the menu left. i have eaten here at lunch time before and it was nice but on this occasion it was disappointing. i got pork chops they were tough. my husband got lamb it was nice but nothing else came with it.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

nebbio
Dublin
24 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 01st August 2011 (visited 28 May 2011 )

If you don't know Cork well, Annie's can be a little tricky to find but what a gem it is!! I love the blackboard menu although the writing can be a little tricky to read. The food is excellent and well presented. The wine list was short but imaginative. The toilets were clean and had a fantastic smell. We're really looking forward to going back

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

parsnipcake
Cork
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 26th April 2011 (visited 10 April 2011 )

YUM-!!!!...loved the choice of food, variety and combination of ingredients from start to finish and good selection of wine to match.if you love food like i do you'll so appreciate the obvious thought, creativity and soul put into designing and creating the dishes.the staff were great and enthusiastic, describing how the chef likes to prepare and cook the food, overall a very relaxed atmosphere,everyone seemed at one with the ambient surroundings.super value also- was surprised at how reasonable it was for such top notch food. defo one of my fav restaurants in Cork. sticky toffee pudding was savage!.i know its been around a while but its still like Corks best kept little gem but definately worth shouting about.looking forward to bringing some friends and 'outsiders' along next time...well done to the 'artists' in the kitchen

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

flowers
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd April 2011 (visited 28 March 2011 )

now this is a real gastro bar and any one who says other wise does not know much about food, ive been here many a time and have allways had a good time. love the menu on the blackboard up there in black & white, no messing around with paper, kind of easy going, friendly place, chatty locals have there daily few drinks, nice mix of people. even when very busy they have allways found us a space to sit, great service and great food, sundays well is so lucky to have this on there door step

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

CorkBilly
Cork
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 09th March 2011 (visited 4 March 2011 )

ANNIE’S BAR & RESTAURANT They have a big blackboard in Annie’s Gastro-pub in Sunday’s Well. They need it. The menu, which changes daily and is drawn from Munster, the Midi and the Maghreb, is extensive, inviting and imaginative. But it takes time to take in all the dishes. There are about 12 each of starters, mains and dessert, plus close to ten red wines and ten whites sold by the glass or bottle. As it happened, our table overlooked the main blackboard but I would really prefer a typed, even photo-copied, menu at the table, just to linger a little longer in anticipation of the fruits of the work of Head Chef Zico Ali, who has a French-Moroccan background. The venue is on two levels, one slightly higher than the other, has an oval bar in the middle and is comfortable. Service is friendly, considerate and efficient. Some delicious breads and oil were delivered to the table while we waited. My starter was: Chargrilled squid marinated in Lime and Chilli, served with Chargrilled vegetables and slow roast tomato €8.00. A very promising start indeed and a clean plate went back. The promise continued to be fulfilled in the mains: Pan Roast Snapper served with Celeriac and Fennell and a saffron sauce €22.00. The Snapper was done to perfection, the veg were perfectly tasty (not too hard, not too soft) and the sauce was probably one of the best I’ve ever come across. Fantastic stuff. The desserts are squeezed onto the board. I spotted the Blueberry Cheesecake and dispatched a generous slice with pleasure. Wine was Heart of Stone Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough New Zealand, €5.50 a glass, €22.00 bottle, tangly and fresh and worth the money. Highly recommended.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

wolgun
Cork
7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 02nd March 2011 (visited 25 February 2011 )

Went here with my father on friday last. We both had the squid, which was delicious and there was a salad with the squid, which was lovely also. This was a starter but as we were ther at 5 the manager said we could have the starter at cheaper price to the menu on the wall as this was for people having the squid and leaving so it was a nice touch I thought. For the mains I had grilled Sea Bass which was cooked perfectly, with mediterannean vegtables, very vey nice I must say. Dad had the rib eye Steak which he thought was cooked perfectly also. For dessert I had the vanillan and cardomom creme brulee which was the nicest creme brulee I have ever tatsed. Dad had a bread and butter pudding with a twist which was also the nicest I ever tasted. Someone reviewed that the chef is very good. He is and I found the service to be of great standard we were talking casually with the manager for what seemed like ages for a general chat. My favorite place to eat in Cork City.... Highly recommended.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

meow
Cork
33 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd January 2011 (visited 2 December 2010 )

for starter risotto- very heavy for a starter gluppy and sloppy! mains- cod was rich but nice nothing special! dessert- creme brulee nice but like something you got manufactured out of the supermarket!!

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

missymoo00
Cork
7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st October 2010 (visited 25 September 2010 )

I went here for my birthday dinner and knew what to expect. for the quality of the food, you would expect a more formal eating set-up. It is fine dining in a traditional-style pub. The food was out of this world. I had snapper with veg and my partner had barbery duck. My fish was quite nice, cooked perfectly with a nice assortment of veg. However this was totally overshadowed by my partner's barbery duck. Cooked beautifully, presented very well. This was the nicest duck that I had ever tasted. For dessert, I had a perfect creme brulee and my partner had a lemon tart. To drink we had an exquisite Pinot Gris. Light fresh and perfect for my fish. A little bit on the pricey side, but good value for the quality of the food you get. Service was standard/good. All in all, go for the food and go hungry.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

Dagwood
Cork
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 16th August 2010 (visited 13 August 2010 )

Ate here with friends for the first (but not the last) time on friday nite, it was great!! The food was lovely,everything was really fresh and piping hot. The menu is quite varied - alot of fish and a variety of meats, beef, lamb,kangaroo. There was only one possibile choice of starter and maincourse for veggies however which was a little dissappointing. The only thing I didn't like was having to stand and read the menu from the blackboard on the wall whilst a couple were trying to have their dinner just below it. They were uncomfortable as were we. I also thought that the desserts were overpriced for the teeny portion they gave. Overall though we had a lovely dinner,the staff were pleasant and there is quite a nice atmosphere there. I would definately come back again and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to friends!!

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

gerrykenny
Galway
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 06th August 2010 (visited 31 July 2010 )

I have been to this restaurant on six occasions, and it gets better and better. It has the most amazing fish menu, which changes on a nightly basis. I think the chef is Moroccan, and he deserves a lot of praise, for his excellent menus. The manageres runs an excellent show.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

BettyB
Cork
44 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd July 2010 (visited 9 July 2010 )

Went there with a group of friends. Food was amazing!!The halloumi with poached pear was delicious and the parma ham with figs very nice too. As mains, both the swordfish and the steak were perfectly cooked.The swordfish was so moist and tasty. For dessert, some of us had the banoffee and that was just ok for me, it seemed like it had been in the fridge for a while. The only fault is that service was quite slow but the food in general was terrific; a bit on the expensive side but totally worth it!

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

xlynx
Cork
22 reviews

Connoisseur

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 12th September 2009 (visited 5 September 2009 )

Nice atmosphere but disappointed with menu.. Had been recommended this place by friends and was pretty excited by the choices in their sample menu online. First thing was that parking was difficult..We were there early so our group had a whole corner to ourselves. I was disappointed early off because the day's menu (they change their menu everyday) didn't really have what I liked. I then settled on the grilled swordfish. The waiter came back then to say that they didn't actually have swordfish today and I had to change my order to something else even less appealing than the choices on the menu. Wine was disappointing as well. Their appetizers were pretty good and if I were to go back, I would consider ordering a few appetizers to replace my main course. Their desserts were however very good, I had the banoffee pie which was unusually light. Thought the dishes were a little on the expensive side, but would have been worth paying for if I had actually gotten what I wanted in the first place. Service was impeccable.

Annie's Bar & Restaurant

ColetteR
Cork
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 07th August 2009 (visited 6 August 2009 )

Annies has been my favourite place to eat in Cork for a long time. The food is definitely the best in Cork that I've tasted. Staff can't be faulted either and are always helpful. I hadn't been back for a while and was disappointed that the wine seems to have gone downhill. I could get the same in my local Centra. Pity as they had a good wine list before.

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