Poulaphouca House restaurant
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Reviewed 01st April 2011 (visited 6 March 2011 )
Went here for Sunday lunch few weeks back. The dining area could do with a touch-up but the food was lovely. We just settled for a carvery and I had the lamb shank, lovely... it just fell off the bone and was really tasty. Portions were a bit on the small side.
Reviewed 13th June 2008 (visited 25 May 2008 )
Travelling on my way up from Carlow I decided to give the Poulaphouca House a try. The day was warm, and sunny and we decided to dine al fresco. My companion and I both selected toasted sandwiches and soups. We had children with us who had the childrens menu. When the children were finished eating they went to play in the garden giving us an opportunity to enjoy our food in peace. All the food was delicious the tosties came with chips and salad and were very filling. The location of the Poulaphouca House makes it a little difficult to find as its near a blind bend in the road so unless you know its there you may miss the entrance. Its a lovely place for a drink, a coffee, or a meal.