We have been here before and were really looking forward to a return visit but the opening hours are very restricted in winter (Sunday after 10 pm, Friday after 7 pm)
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Such a cute little restaurant in a beautiful location. The people were friendly and the food we chose was delicious. The garlic mushrooms were amazing! Prices were pretty decent as well, especially with 3 kids in tow.
Great location and good food options. A small error in service was corrected with little fuss and vegetarians can take the pizza option. Price wise it was a little high for what we had but my daughter said the goats cheese salad was worth every cent!
We only stopped briefly for a cup of tea and a most delicious cake, and would love to return. We were able to sit outside and enjoy the lovely rural views. Inside is nice too with interesting photographs. Fantastic staff, as usual.
We've eaten here several times and each time the food was terrific, tasty and reasonably priced. The staff were friendly and efficient, the premises clean and bright.The area is very scenic, the heart of the Burren. I would unhesitatingly recommend Cassidy's to friends and family.
My wife & I needed re-fuelling after a couple of walks in this area, So, we went into Cassidys & purchased half of Guinness & a half of Lager & Lime, cost Euros 6.20. Bit expensive when compared to Merseyside prices but so what, there are no pockets in a shroud. According to the Board, a plate of Fish (Hake)... More
Brian, Glad you enjoyed the visit, the reason the beer seemed expensive was because the a£$e has fallen out of the pound since brexit and you lads were used to a good exchange rate, remember that when the euro was introduced, the UK£ was worth €1.42, so the question is not what we will do but what will ye do???... More
A local in Doolin sent us to this pub. The outside is more colorful than the above picture indicates. It is an open place with massive views of the Burren. Our server was patient with my vegetarian choices, and our portions were large. I had a lovely soup with bread and we shared a salad. This is an excellent place... More
Thanks for your comments and we are happy you enjoyed your visit. Our vegetarian, vegan and gluten free menu choices have really taken off lately and give us the chance to promote more of the top quality produce from local farmers in the Burren. More
My wife and I stopped here for lunch while touring the Burren, a rocky area of County Clare. We sat outside and enjoyed a good lunch accompanied by stunning views of the surrounding area. A thoroughly enjoyable experience!
Thanks for your comments , glad you enjoyed it More
A group of 18 of us enjoyed a few drinks and a great lunch at Cassidy's Pub and Restaurant for a 60th birthday celebration. The service was excellent, meal really nice and the atmosphere is great. Thanks again for your wonderful hospitality.
Thank you . It was a pleasure having you, hope you enjoyed the rest of your stay More
Took a group of 17 hungry people for lunch here on a Tuesday. Although we had booked in we were surprised at just how busy this lovely old pub was! A large group of autralian tourists and a bunch of bikers from the UK along with a few smaller parties all joined us in the dining room. Service was swift... More
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