Hugo's Restaurant at Druids Glen Resort
Druids Glen Resort, Newtownmountkennedy, Wicklow
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Reviewed 27th May 2009 (visited 8 May 2009)
Ate there both nights of a 2 night stay in hotel. 1st night was part of package deal. Menu wasnt very varied just adaquate. Husband ordered steak which was perfectly cooked.It came with chips which were the nicest I've ever tasted & I'm not a lover of chips! I ordered pasta with veg - it was nice. Desserts were very sweet. Menu 2nd night was slightly better. Great if you like fish! Again food was cooked to perfection. Portion size were just right. We left feeling just full enough but not too full. Staff were very friendly and made us feel very welcomed. Be aware that water is offered with meal but if you dont stress that you want a jug of water they bring bottled-which is very expensive. Bill for 2nd night came to €100 but that included a lovely bottle of wine. Overall very pleasant meals were had and would recommend Druids for something special
Reviewed 17th February 2009 (visited 14 February 2009)
Good food cost money but this good food was well worth every penny. The hotel is a little out of the way so having a drink means staying over. It was great to relax with a couple of drinks after. Worth a nite out.
Reviewed 02nd October 2008 (visited 6 September 2008)
Beautiful food, pleasant service. We ate in the restaurant twice over a 3 night break in the hotel. Flynns steakhouse no longer exists, they have added some steak options to the main restaurant menu. The prices are a little expensive but then most hotel restaurants are, the quality of food and presentation was fantastic. Opting for caesar salad on one of the nights, it served in the most unusual way. The pieces of the salad lettuce, chicken, croutons and dressing were all served apart on the plate. This didn't put me off and I really enjoyed the salad. For mains we had the burger and lamb shank one night and bangers and mash and roast chicken on the second night. None of which could be faulted. The portions are generous. We enjoyed some lovely wines on both night, there are a few around the 25 euro mark with the rest more expensive. Service was excellent.
Reviewed 05th November 2007 (visited 29 October 2007)
Druids isn't bad as a hotel restaurant, it's just the fact you know you'll be in the same room for your breakfast the next morning can be off putting. I had a steak which was very good and my wife enjoyed her chicken. We had our children with us and there was a kids buffet. For older children this would have been perfect but being charged €15 for our 4 year old who had about 5 chicken nuggets and a few chips was a bit much. Wine list was pricey but as the bar is across the hall we got some beers served. If you're staying in Druids Glen it's fine for one night.