The Two Bulls Steakhouse restaurant
Mountmahon Ind Est, Abbeyfeale
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Reviewed 10th August 2011 (visited 29 July 2011 )
We stopped here one of the few remaining towns you pass on the way to Kerry. We were absolutely ravenous. I orderd steak and the children chose meatballs and steak from the Kids Menu. The food was wolved down quickly. There portions were generous and very well presented. I also had the baked cheesecake for dessert which was truly scrumptious. The proprietors were very friendly, chatty, and "keen to please". Would definitely go back again for the food, hospitality and the exceptional value for the Steaks!
Reviewed 18th July 2011 (visited 16 July 2011 )
Stopped off here for main course on route to kerry. We had one steak and one cajun chicken. Both were well presented and very tasty. The homemade chips were a nice touch. The venue could do with some bit of back round music to give some atmosphere. Recomend this spot for a quick stop for grub if on this route, as for not out would need to see for myself...
Reviewed 22nd February 2011 (visited 11 February 2011 )
A great find for hungry travellers. I regularly travel from Dingle to Dublin and back, and have eaten here a few times. The value is outstanding given the quality of the food. The steaks are locally sourced, from Ballybunion I believe, and they are superb both in quality and in presentation. My companion had the cajun chicken, (it has become her favourite here), and raved about. With really good special offers, great service and excellent food, I would highly recommend Two Bulls for the hungry traveller or for a relaxed night out