Sneem Hotel restaurant
Goldens Cove, Sneem
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Reviewed 13th August 2011 (visited 28 July 2011 )
We dined here as part of a package whilst staying in the hotel. When entering the restaurant the view of the water and mountains was lovely and made for a nice atmosphere. The staff were very welcoming, friendly and waited the table attentively. Choices on the menu were good and seemed to cater for every taste. The food was delicious, the salmon especially was excellent as was the banoffee that I had for dessert. We spent a leisurely couple of hours in the restaurant without feeling any pressure to leave. Would recommend this restaurant for a lovely relaxing meal.
Reviewed 04th September 2010 (visited 25 August 2010 )
Stayed here and had dinner 2 nights. Lovely dining room and staff were very polite, if somewhat subdued. Starters were delicious - seafood tian, prawns, goat's cheese in filo pastry. the leaves they came on had a fantastic dressing each night. Main course of pork...Not good - the pork was really pink and in the thicker medallions, some of it was practically raw!!! while some of the scampi was lovely, some of the prawns were not de-veined and some were almost raw, honestly!!! What's with the almost raw meat??!! Desserts of coconut & malibu gateau & white chocolate & raspberry cheesecake were scrumptious! The carafe of water offered each night was totally musty and undrinkable!! Breakfast each morning was so-so... I wouldn't rush back to eat there.
Reviewed 23rd November 2009 (visited 20 November 2009 )
Stayed here for three days,and had three dinners in both restaurant and bar,same menu,I had tiger prawns,cod in spicy batter,scampi,meringue dessert,bannoffi,everything was lovely,very friendly service,and very good value,portions were ample,would def visit again if in the area
Reviewed 06th September 2009 (visited 4 September 2009 )
We stayed in the hotel whilst taking a little trip around the Ring of Kerry. It was a stopover point more than somewhere we had on our list of things to see. We negotiated a B&B plus dinner for €99 each. Not bad. Starters: Garlic breaded mussels. The breadcrumbs were too find and formed a mush around the mussels. Not nice to look at but tasty all the same. Main courses:Lamb chops. Very nicely cooked. Juicy and fresh. Sirloin steak equally well cooked with a nice light charring on the surface. This chef knew how to cook meat! Vegetable chef was a different person, we think. The mash was the worst grey, tasteless pulp I have had the misfortune to come across. One of the waitresses was friendly and very attentive and a great ambassador for the hotel.The second one was useless. Cold, careless, obviously annoyed at having to serve guests.