The Lobster Bar restaurant
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Reviewed 14th January 2015 (visited 11 January 2015 )
I was in on Sunday night for a local's 80th Birthday party - what a night! There were people from age 4 to age 80, some eating, some drinking, some singing..... everything from curry to chips to small munchies are available in the winter. It's a great place for a coffee, too. I went in on Monday for a latte and my friend had tea - both lovely. I've heard many locals rave that this is the best coffee in the village! Try it, you'll like it....
Reviewed 12th June 2014 (visited 9 June 2014 )
Under new management !!!!nnI never had a problem with this place before, like the other reviewer, but irregardless it's under new management. nnThe pub now has live music 3 nights a week (sometimes more, as a bartender is keen on accordion whistle & song!). They make a fantastic curry (not what you may expect in ireland, but its common all over). The sandwiches are fine. Fish & chips excellent, homemade crisps (potato chips for us Yankees) are to die for!nnThe lobster is their specialty. Of course! (One guy bought one and let it go free in the sea, yards away. Really!). Try the lobster if you're so inclined. You'll not regret it. nnThe staff is welcoming, experienced, familiar with the menu --- everything you want. nnSports tv in the back bar if a big game is on. Music in the front bar even so. Tables outside to enjoy the sun (or if you're smoker). nnThe Lobster. You can't miss it: there is a giant lobster holding a Guinness on the front wall!nnnn
Reviewed 27th March 2013 (visited 24 March 2013 )
We recently had the pleasure of visiting the beautiful village of waterville co kerry.We decided to lunch in the lobster bar, as we were in a seaside village all four of us decided to opt for the fish and chips from the menu. as were the only people in the bar we were served quickly the meal looked fab and we were keen to dig in, our waitress/owner was a mature lady she was very chatty at first! as we ate one lady in our party commented on the amount of bones she had found in her piece of fish, within seconds another lady at the table started to choke on a fish bone we all became very concerened for her, luckly she managed to swallow the bone, as a result we all pushed our plates away unfinished. When the waitress/owner returned we told her what had happened she simply said 'well there shouldnt be bones in that fish' like she didnt give a hoot ,we felt she could have at least apalogised and asked if the lady was okay now. Any half trained chef/cook knows you should never batter a fish that has not been fillited first. we were charged nearly €60 for the pleasure,needless to say we will not be back to the lobster bar, if you want a good fish dinner in co. kerry dingle or the moorings portmagee are the places to go.