The Nuremore Hotel restaurant
Nuremore Hotel and Country Club, Carrickmacross
And to accompany your meal, our diverse, award-winning wine list has something for every palette, including vintage wines from well-established names and little-known gems from exciting, new vineyards.
The Nuremore Hotel & Country Club offer a range osf dining facilities to suit all tastes, from Afternoon Tea in our luxurious lobby with roaring fires to light fare served in the Ivy Bar and that little touch of luxury the Restaurant at the Nuremore offers our guests a fine dine experience.
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Reviewed 21st November 2011 (visited 18 November 2011 )
Wonderful food, wine, service. Just such a shame about the restaurant itself- the hotel is no great shakes either. Decorated like a 1970's sitting room.... :( But the food is GREAT GREAT GREAT!!!!
Reviewed 10th January 2011 (visited 2 January 2011 )
Stayed for a weekend break and went to the restaurant every night (for three nights). They provide a set menu each night with a great variety of starters and main courses. Each course was broken up with little treats in between such as an amouse nouche, pre deserts etc. The quality of the food was fantastic and the service was excellent, attentive and not intrusive. The only thing was the restaurant was very quiet but it was the start of Jan so was expected. I would recommend it for anyine in the area. It has a recommendation from the Michelin Guide and it is well worth it. I recommend!!
Reviewed 02nd June 2010 (visited 27 May 2010 )
Packet soup! How can a restaurant with such a reputation serve packet soup for lunch? Even cheap cafes don't resort to this so I am totally puzzled by this. The rest of the lunch was very good but I am still scratching my head trying to figure this one out!
Reviewed 17th February 2010 (visited 12 February 2010 )
Have visited the Nuremore several times purposely to sample the food. As usual we weren't disappointed, it was fabulous, crab to start with followed by duck which was perfectly cooked. As we were there for 2 nights we ate in the restaurant 2 consecutive nights. There was a special menu on Saturday night for Valentines and I had the crab again and the Tempura John Dory, again we weren't disappointed. I was however disappointed with the service. I didn't mind Sat night as it was incredibly busy given that the next day was Valentine's but on Friday night it was only about a quarter full but the service wasn't good. Our wine was opened, poured and put the other side of the room, we had to get up, get it and pour it ourselves all evening, at one point the waiter watched me! We also asked for water about 3 times. I love the Nuremore and have been going up there for years, I really hope that this was just a once off as I'd be disappointed if they let their standards slip.
Reviewed 07th December 2009 (visited 5 December 2009 )
I stayed at the Nuremore Hotel this weekend as part of the Gourment Dinner with Dylan McGrat (formally from Mint) and Ray McArdle (resident chef)...I'm a big fan of Dylan and was sad to see Mint close down. As always he did not fail to impress. The food was amazing. We had six course tasting menu which comprised of scallops, sea bass, turnip mousse, lamp, fois gras and fig desserts. Dylan's food is out of this world. On Friday night we attended a cookery demo by resident chef Ray McArdle followed by a buffet which was delicious. Well done to all involved. The staff were great and made the whole experience something to remember. Will definately be back to taste the usual dinner menu in the hotel and hope to see Dylan again soon!