Gulliver's Restaurant @ Newpark Hotel
Castlecomer Road, Kilkenny City
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Reviewed 17th August 2016 (visited 7 August 2016 )
Couldn't fault, we had a lovely meal while our young baby slept. Not a problem that we had a child with us. Food was very tasty would definately return, good menu choice.
Reviewed 04th June 2015 (visited 29 May 2015 )
Wow the food is very good, we both ate here on the 29th and 30th. We both had salad for starter each night and the sirloin beef was so good the first night we had it for mains the second night also. This was beef that was so tender and tasty it was the very best. The menu was the same on both nights and we were served three slices of beef on the friday night and two on the saturday night, which seems strange. Apart from that observation it was a very pleasant experience, with a great staff and wonderful service.
Reviewed 04th October 2010 (visited 1 October 2010 )
Stayed in this hotel last weekend and had dinner in the restaurant as it was included in our package. The meal wasn't great - the menu is small and has only 4 choices of each course, and the food arrived out suspiciously early. I had the smoked chicken salad to start, the lettuce had obviously been sitting out all day and was wilted and brown. I had the salmon for main, which was ok. My partner had the lamb shank which was a bit tough and plonked on top of hard lumpy mash which was inedible. The desserts were the star of the show, the strawberry roulade was homemade and tasty, his apple and blackberry crumble was also yummy. The service wasn't great either, felt rushed to eat up and get out. On the plus side, the wine list is great and had a lovely bottle of pinot gris at reasonable price. Its a pity the restaurant is so poor as the food in the bar looked fantastic and the place was heaving for Sunday lunch.
Reviewed 10th December 2009 (visited 4 December 2009 )
Dined at Gullivers Restaurant as we were staying over at the hotel for the weekend. We had a lovely meal and a nice wine which was €24. The meal was well presented and tasty and I could not find fault with the food or the service, however when we decided to dine at Gullivers the next night the menu was exactly the same as the previous nite which must be a nightmare for anyone staying longer than a weekend.
Reviewed 22nd July 2009 (visited 18 July 2009 )
will not be returning here. great staff but food was only ok and not cheap.