Temptations Restaurant at Mill Times Hotel Westport

Westport Town Centre, Mill Street, Westport

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Fine Dining

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3 stars - based on 1 reviews
A snapshot from Paolo Tuillio’s website, A Taste of Ireland:
“Temptations at Milltimes is one of my favourite restaurants in a town full of great places to eat. The food is always inventive and surprising and Leonie Theron is a young woman to watch. If you are in this part of the country a detour is definitely recommended”

Visit on Sunday for Sunday Lunch with Free Supervised Kids Activities from 1 - 5 with a range of entertainment for the children while parents can wine and dine.


Most star-rated hotels have their own restaurants and these are inspected by the AA. As with independent restaurants, rosettes from one to five are awarded annually to hotel restaurants for the quality of their food. Not all restaurants receive an AA award, but will generally serve enjoyable food. The Taste of Ireland Recommended award is bestowed on exceptional eateries by Paolo Tullio - Ireland's Leading food and wine writer. All the restaurants included have been independently reviewed. Bar Awards

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Mon6:00pm - 9:00pm
Tue6:00pm - 9:00pm
Wed6:00pm - 9:00pm
Thu6:00pm - 9:00pm
Fri6:00pm - 9:00pm
Sat6:00pm - 9:00pm
Sun6:00pm - 9:00pm

100 people

Casual Dining, European, Fine Dining, Seafood, Steak, Traditional Irish


Wheelchair Accessible Will cater for children Allocated smoking area Full Bar, Beer, Wine, Spirits Parking available Accept major credit cards Coeliac options available Veggie options available Will accept party bookings Separate function room available Bord Failte Approved Seafood available Wi-Fi hot spot! Caters for Weddings.

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Temptations Restaurant at Mill Times Hotel Westport

33 reviews


Credibility Score:52%

Reviewed 23rd April 2013 (visited 13 February 2013 )

Had a lovely mid-week meal here back in February. Good value at 29.95 for 4 courses. There were a few other tables busy but there wasn’t much atmosphere, maybe at the weekend it would be better. We were seated in the middle of the room and felt a bit out in the open. The amuse bouche between courses is a lovely touch. Starters of clams and mussels were good as was the pate. Monkfish for mains was nice, just nice, and I asked for the beurre blanc sauce on the side which they forgot about. Desserts were just ok, I didn’t like the parfait but that could just be a personal thing. House wine was nice. Would recommend here but maybe on a busier weekend night.

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