Kilrane Inn restaurant
Kilrane, Rosslare Harbour, Rosslare
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Reviewed 26th July 2013 (visited 21 July 2013 )
Not a bad spot but almost empty of customers when we visited. Menu is fairly usual pub grub/carvery menu. Husband had fish (in breadedcrumbs not batter) and chips (frozen type) which came with coleslaw/salad garnish, I had chicken curry (pretty disappointing - a few bits of chicken and veg in a soupy sauce with yellow 'savoury' rice). One son had spicy chicken wings - 5 large buffalo wings, no accompaniment. Other son had chicken gougons - 5 or 6 large gougons with chips and some coleslaw/salad garnish. We also had a couple of soft drinks and 3 glasses plus 4 pints really nice Guinness. Bill was around €80. Kids enjoyed a couple of games of pool. Barman said he would have offered us a lift back to where we were staying but he was on his own at that stage so couldn't leave. Overall the staff were very friendly and the Guinness was delicious but felt it was let down a little by the dated /dark decor, lack of atmosphere. The food was ok - most was pre-made frozen stuff - bit pricy for what you got.
Reviewed 30th June 2013 (visited 22 June 2013 )
My wife and I visited here on a recommendation from friends who where here 3 weeks ago. It was one of the best things we did on our holiday to the sunny south east. I had chicken ceaser salad and my wife had sea food chowder to start. The portions where huge and i had to finish my wife's chowder it was full of chunks of sea food with a fantastic flavor. I than had the slow brazed lamb shank and my wife had the jumbo deep fried cod, The lamb fell of the bone and we could not believe the size of the cod. The food was fantastic, the service was fantastic and we will definitely come back again!!!!
Reviewed 15th November 2010 (visited 15 November 2010 )
Lovely pub. Very friendly staff - expecially the Bar Manager, such a laugh. Food is inexpensive and very good value - some nice simple items on the menu - great if you have a car full of children. Close to ferry port so makes a perfect stop off either before or after the ferry. Will be visiting again now that I've found it!
Reviewed 10th August 2009 (visited 8 August 2009 )
We ate here for the 2nd time on Saturday and were not disappointed. There was no special menu available during the high season but even without it was great value. Garlic Mushrooms to start were delicious and a good sized portion. 10oz Sirloin Steak was fantastic, cooked to perfection and it was massive. The service was great, everyone really friendly and there was no pressure after the meal to go, we were left in peace to finish off our drinks. Would highly recommend!
Reviewed 08th August 2009 (visited 17 July 2009 )
We were returning from the UK.My husband was charged 16:50 euros for a tiny portion of ?cod and a several chips,an absolute ripoff.We had visited UK pubs which had tourist encouraging prices of L6/7 for good quality generous portions of real cod.No wonder Ireland is bereft of tourists.
Reviewed 07th March 2008 (visited 11 February 2008 )
I am a regular here and always find the food is delicious and the staff are very efficient and prompt. Overall great value for money and the pints aint bad either