The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar restaurant

Lower Aghada, Aghada

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18 reviews
4 stars - based on 18 reviews
Welcome to The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosie's Bar, a fantastic, award winning dining establishment, located in a unique setting overlooking Cork Harbour.
We are very proud to announce our recent award … we are now listed as one of the Great Places to Eat in Ireland in 2012 … as recognised by Lucinda O’Sullivan.
Looking for somewhere to celebrate your upcoming Confirmation/Communion … our new menu is proving to be very popular and dates are starting to book up!

“5 Star Food for 3 Star Prices”

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CAPACITY
120 people

CUISINES
Bistro

FACILITIES

Parking available Accept major credit cards Coeliac options available Will accept party bookings Seafood available

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The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

elaynryan121432447
Dublin
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 14th May 2015 (visited 14 May 2015 )

Fabulous food from starter to dessert! Got complimentary soup taster. Got the beef medallions and it was the most tender beef I have had in a while. Hubby got bangers and mash and said it was beautiful. Baileys and white chocolate cheesecake with proper vanilla ice cream for dessert was too good to share!! We will be back, highly recommend. Lovely atmosphere, really friendly staff

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

RuthE
Cork
70 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th March 2013 (visited 10 February 2013 )

This place is a real find... while it serves sunday lunches and nothing wrong with that, it has delicious ala carte. Sis had pork and it was fab, if a little too much on the plate. Veg and spuds on the side, just great. I had two starters, saltcod croquette and potted crab was amazing. Prawns were delicious and juicy. I asked for brown bread and it duly came. The staff are young but so nice, and the place is so family friendly. They do a cheap tuesday deal with steak and by all accounts (sis) it is fab. I couln't recommend this place more.

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

EileenDi
Cork
7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th February 2013 (visited 3 January 2013 )

We just popped in on a cold winters day while passing and had soup, it was absolutely delicious, it was really cozy by the log fire too.

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

jaynebe
Cork
3 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 03rd November 2012 (visited 4 September 2012 )

great place to eat, myself and my family loved it. great menu and on tuesdays kids eat free. love it

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

lizzie21
Dublin
48 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 05th June 2012 (visited 3 June 2012 )

Four of us dined here last Sunday and having been here before and enjoyed the food, I was not disappointed. Starters were lovely prawn and squid tempura which came with the most delicious dipping sauce. Mains were fish and chips which looked like really generous portions, pork belly and my salmon with veg. Unfortunately I found a hair under my salmon which put me off but I must admit that the waiter was swift to resolve the situation and we all ordered dessert. Chocolate and strawberry trifle was very unusual, while my husband enjoyed his apple pie. I am a big pannacotta fan and ordered it here. They overdid the gelatine a bit but overall it was nice. I'd come back again for the lovely atmosphere, good service and enjoyable food.

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

jo1978
Cork
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd September 2011 (visited 15 September 2011 )

Have eaten at this restaurnt on numerous occasions & love the huge variety of food. The quality of both the food & service is excellent - nothing is a problem. The specials offers that are available lately are great value. Will continue to visit regularly.

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

pixiechick86
Cork
7 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 29th November 2010 (visited 28 November 2010 )

I've been going to this restaurant for years and it's a real favourite, although recently the food has not been up to the standard I've come to expect. The service is always really good and the menu has a huge variety. I love how there is a standard menu which stays relatively the same and that every day there is a massive specials board. The pate is always a treat from the starters menu and the seafood can't be beaten.

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

bass master
Cork
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 15th September 2010 (visited 11 September 2010 )

Went there recently am a local. This place is getting beyond itself - we had to wait for 45 minutes for our food and the prices have creeped up beyond what one would expect for barfood. After our wait the food arrived with the vedge cold. Over all it was a nice visit and would go back. To be fair the server was very apologetic about the vedge and had it rectified immediately which was impressive !

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

RuthE
Cork
70 reviews

Guru

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 21st March 2010 (visited 6 March 2010 )

Visited here with lil sis for a bite of lunch. Just couldn't decide, the menu although not so extensive has so much choice. There is a huge amount of fish dishes, and before we even ordered i was drooling at the fish and chips served to the table next to me, and so with little persuasion lil sis chose same! Once we ordered we were presented with a little amuse bouche, an espresso cup of the most delicious tomato and basil soup. I ordered some mussels, a little too filled with breadcrumbs but filled with with butter and and garlic, i asked for some bread,(living the carb dream!) and was presented with the most delicious chilli bread, fabulous, the brown loaf was a little stale.Sis'splate:The delicate haddock in a crispy herbed batter, and 'real' chips. delish!! Ordered a lemon tart between us, the filling wasa gorgeous and the ice cream fab, but he pastry was a little too thick and and far too much of it! However, this did not take from the fantastic lunch, with great service. If this is any indication,I am definitely visiting here for an evening meal!

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

socksbb
Cork
9 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 13th March 2010 (visited 12 March 2010 )

lovely place to eat. had the pate for starters and it was delicious. we both enjoyed our main course and dessert was fab...had the chocolate fudge cake and it was unreal. the only thing i would say about the place is that the starters are quite pricey.I would go back there though and would recommend it to friends

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

Rootie
Cork
1 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 28th October 2009 (visited 25 October 2009 )

I've been many times to Rosie's. Food is excellent, with good value for money and service. You can be waiting for a table and can be very busy- Connected to the pub. Well worth the wait though!

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

rpmoloney
Limerick
2 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 08th July 2009 (visited 4 July 2009 )

Good choice of starters ...and main courses... Quality of food was excellent ..portions were good ..overall very pleasant dining experience

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

mazen
Waterford
4 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 04th July 2009 (visited 25 June 2009 )

We were recommended Rosie's Bar at Trabolgan when we ask for good dining. So after day visit at Trabolgan, we went there and chance it. The decor is great, the feel is welcome but maybe its just after peek hours the service was quite slow at time we're visiting. We had fish & chips, my daughter had kids fish & chips as well and breaded cod. The food is great, all the fish is fresh! I am so amazed of my daughter having to finish their childrens meal! especially our little one, she love the fish. We will definitely be back here and recommend to everyone!

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

I_love_eating_out
Cork
5 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd April 2009 (visited 14 March 2009 )

I have eaten here a few times, and can say without doubt that my food has always been really nice. The only drawback, in my opinion, is the seating. It's a pity that the restaurant & bar aren't separated more, and it can feel a little squashed together.

The Pepperstack Bistro @ Rosies Bar

samc
Cork
6 reviews

First Timer

Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 22nd April 2009 (visited 3 March 2009 )

Have visited a number of times. On this occasion service was ok and food was delicious. The hot pot with bread and potatoes was very filling. However did bring friends before on a Sat night - called ahead to check they were still serving - and when we got there we were told they were no longer serving. Felt like we had to have a bit of a do before we got a table. When we did get served the food was good but was a bit of a let down re the service. Agree with a previous review regarding the big screen TVs. Keep those in the bar area, not in ther restaurant.

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