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Reviewed 22nd July 2017 (visited 21 July 2017)
Lovely restaurant - Was really impressed - Portion sizes were just right, food was really tasty, menu not overly expensive. In a cool old building with loads of history - The owner gave us a flying history when we were leaving, as well as lollipops for our kids - who weren't even with us! Vegan and vegetarian menu was really long - and sounded really tasty, far more options than you would usually see for a non-meat eater. I had the Brie and the chicken - both delicious and my dining mates had fish and really enjoyed it.
Reviewed 22nd August 2016 (visited 20 August 2016)
What a fabulous place! The owner is a lovely lovely man and could not have done more for us. Food was gorgeous and wine very reasonably priced. I believe the death by chocolate was literally to die for but I had the ice cream which was fantastic.
Reviewed 28th March 2016 (visited 26 March 2016)
Dined here Easter Saturday night. Overpriced and under par. The "vegetable " soup tasted like very salty mushroom soup! Zero heating, made worse by the big stone walls and draughty windows. We were numb with the cold. Unbelievable disregard for diners comfort. Could not wait to leave. Diners at the next table had their winter coats and scarves pulled up around their necks the entire time. Luckily our Easter break in Kilkenny was saved with an exquisite dining experience in The Left Bank the following night. and an equally enjoyable dinner in SOL restaurant on Good Friday. We love Kilkenny and visit regularly but will not revisit Petronella's restaurant again.