Paddy's Bar restaurant
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Reviewed 21st January 2019 (visited 20 January 2019 )
I had went out for a drive with my boyfriend and son to visit tountinna and we decided to eat out and I had told the boy's how I had a meal in Paddys a few yrs back. I am a coeliac and when I asked one of the two very helpful female waitress's what was gluten free one said she would ask the chefs for me. I was able to have the chargrilled beefburger with a gluten free burger bun made with homemade gluten free chips and tomato sauce, honestly I felt like a little kid as normally u can have only the burger no bun or bap in many places. I would highly recommend dining out in Paddys Resturant Terryglass. Thanks Una from Clare.
Reviewed 20th August 2011 (visited 17 August 2011 )
Beautiful little bar set in the spectacular village of Terrygalss Nth Tipp. Atmosphere preety good with a good mixture of locals and tourists. Food a little disappointing as prices were Dublin prices - on the expensive side of the scale but the food didn't live up to the price. 3 of us ate and pretty much enjoyed the meal but figured a lot of it was prepared frozen (Scampi, chips), would have enjoyed it more if prices were a little cheaper. Staff were very friendly and very attentive
Reviewed 15th January 2010 (visited 21 December 2009 )
I'm a regular visitor here and the review date is a rough guess but i tend to order the same thing so it's pretty general. BF and I visit here regularly as he loves their Tiger Prawns and steaks. They're always willing to pander to his request for a bucketload of extra pepper sauce on this side. Personally i find their menu very limited in terms of choice but i like that they have good veggie options as i'm not a big meal eater. I think with a few more starter options the menu would appeal to more ppl. I tend to not get a starter even if i'm hungry simply because nothing on the menu is tempting enough. Atmosphere is usual nice enough as a traditional pub and staff tend to be attentive. The prices are a little steep though and i think an early bird offer would help
Reviewed 09th January 2010 (visited 8 January 2010 )
Wonderful food, lovely warm and friendly service. My two young children are always made very welcome and they love the food in Paddys too. We're regular customers - lovely to sit outside on a warm day, or in by the fire looking out at the snow! We've never had a bad meal here, it's relaxed atmosphere makes it a family favourite for us.