The Strand Seafood Restaurant
Dunmore East, Dunmore East
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Reviewed 03rd July 2014 (visited 15 June 2014 )
Fantastic restaurant in a beautiful setting. Food is top quality. Service is excellent. Stunning views. Cannot recommend this restaurant highly enough
Reviewed 04th April 2013 (visited 3 April 2013 )
Went here for lunch during the day. Food was good, staff were friendly and attentive. The location is amazing with an outside area to eat which over looks the bay, great on a Summers day.
Reviewed 02nd August 2009 (visited 31 July 2009 )
Visiting dunmore for a wedding over bank holiday, 12 of us dined at the strand on friday night. all i can say is all of us were very impressed. everybody had a different main from baked lobster, a spicy crab,panfried turbot, hake dyoinaise, mussels in blackbean sauce etc. Everything was amazing and it was nice to see a restaurant buzzing. service was very good, the waitress who looked after us was superb. We ended up in the bar in the hotel were there was a guy playing the piano who had the place dancing on the tables.
Reviewed 28th June 2009 (visited 11 June 2009 )
Have had drinks inside and outside the Strand on our hols for the last two years. There is a great buzz inside the pub and outside it has the most perfect view of the beach. Have not ventured into the restaurant yet as it always looked so expensive and we are a family of vegetarians so Seafood restaurants do not usually lure us in. However, I note they have a vegetarian option so we will probably eat there this year. A fabulous place to sit outside on one of those rare sunny days
Reviewed 12th April 2009 (visited 11 April 2008 )
super food,the restaurant was buzzing on the night we visited, easter sat. very good staff. well worth a visit.
Reviewed 03rd December 2008 (visited 3 December 2008 )
Atmospheric pub & restaurant located in the pretty village of Dunmore East. Very cosy with lots of fishing & marine memorabilia. Excellent fish and seafood - I particularly like the homemade scampi & chunky chips. The fish pie is also really good - comfort food at it's best. The prices are quite steep however for what is essentially bar food. It can also get quite busy, particularly on Sunday afternoons and sometimes you have to queue for a table.
Reviewed 07th September 2008 (visited 3 September 2008 )
I visited Strand Inn Dunmore East on Wednesday 3rd of September for a quick something to eat. i ordered an open salmon, What i got for an exorbitant 14.90!!!!!!! A piece of brown bread, with a couple of slices(3) of salmon. (place beside the sea ) A small wedge of lemon and lettuce smothered in a bitter and overpowering dressing, nothing else on the plate. This dish doesn't even have to be cooked! I'm not one to complain but these prices made my blood boil. I didn't finish my meal and under protest paid 10 euros. Ive eaten in places that have Georgina Campbell endorsement and have never been disappointed before. Any pub establishment worth its salt serving lunch, pub grub, would charge around 10 euros, 12 euros and upwards would be very good quality.
Reviewed 22nd July 2008 (visited 19 July 2008 )
The strand catered for approx 20 of us on Saturday night, we were seated at two separate tables in the atmospheric and scenic conservatory area with a birds eye view of Hook lighthouse and the sea. The menu had a welcome strong seafood element with 3 fish options on the specials board as well as 7/8 other choices. Positive and popular dishes people chose for starters were the goats cheese and the crab linguine. The breaded pork(but little bit dry) and steak choices for mains were tasty and gobbled up, however deep fried scallops and prawns drowned in tomato sauce people chose were a little disappointed for mains. The creme brulee for dessert was not eaten, the wexford strawberries were sweet and tasty. The choice of red wine was a pinot noir. The meal worked out at €60 which was reasonably priced in my opinion.