Milesian RestaurantSubmit a review
Reviewed 31st July 2012 (visited 21 July 2012)
This is a lovely old traditional irish cottage very themy and atmospheric. I is a little short on space abf can be cramped . Staff are very friendly and well informed .Starters were Risotto of squid &caramelized onion, Shaved Parmasan and Ham Hock & Black Pudding Terrine, Prune Puree, Roast Fig, Chicken Liver Parfait,Hazelnuts, Mango & Apricote Chutney, Brioche mains were Hake fillet, Patata Rota, Asparagus, Green beans, Citrus vinaigrette and Pork Steak, Crispy Tail, Black Pudding Crumble, Leeks two ways, Hay Smoked Mash . The food was of a very high standard but the sides left a lot to be desired at least in their quantity . An outlay of a few pence would have made this an outstanding meal . Beware they do not accept credit cards but a very understanding waitress was trusting and we came back on sunday to pay . This was inconvenient and we felt we should have been advised of this before we dined as far as i can see there is no mention of this on the web site . It did not however detract from the meal which we enjoyed very much.
Reviewed 31st July 2012 (visited 27 July 2012)
Wow...the food here is simply savage. We arrived late enough to our guesthouse on Friday evening and were advised to head to this place for dinner. I had the Ham Hock for starter, absolutely delicious! My other half tried turbot for the first time and loved it too. Promising ourselves fish for mains (would have been a sin to come to Kerry and not have the seafood) I had the hake fillet and herself had the monkfish...both again amazing. Feeling like we deserved it we ordered dessert. My chocolate loving partner went for the chocolate ganache which I naturally sampled while I chose the savory cheese board option. Overall the food was perfect. The only downsides were the music was a little loud making conversation difficult (we were sitting right beside the radio however) and the table we were seated at was on the small side. On the whole though there were minor issues to an otherwise perfect meal...
Reviewed 18th June 2010 (visited 9 June 2010)
nice little place. friendly staff and a real cosy atmosphere.
Reviewed 15th June 2010 (visited 12 June 2010)
Wonderful Place, the food was just simply delicious, and we were treated to some great music afterwards, good choice of wine, all at an affordable price!
Reviewed 15th June 2010 (visited 8 June 2010)
great place to eat. great traditional Irish music. Castlegregory is a lovely town with very friendly people.