After discovering that many bars in Kinvara do not serve food we walked into Keogh's. A very ordinary BLT on ciabatta was lifted with a bottle of Muddy Boots Australian red wine.
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Keogh's has new owners, Chris, Louise, and daughter, Sarah. It was our first place to eat upon arriving in Kinvara. Food is fantastic. Service goes well above expectations--as seemed true wherever we went in Kinvara. My husband and I were out late one evening. Unused...More
Very nice proper pub with good bar menu and Lunch specials. I had roast beef and asked for on the rare side if possible. Got some med rare and melt in the mouth. Great selection of veg etc......Well satisfied and would reccomend to anyone. Friendly...More
Met our Irish friends here on our way back from the Cliffs. Great spot to relax and grab a pint and a burger. Great burger and chips that stick to the ribs and made a real meal. The service was good and people were altogether...More
Stopped in here for dinner during the Cuckoo Fleadh on the recommendation of a local. We were not disappointed. Two main courses, a dessert and Irish coffee for under €40, and all very tasty! The staff are friendly,toilets are clean, and the live trad was...More
Great place reopened. Lovely to see it up and running again. Food is great value and super tasty. Good value too. Kinvara gateway to Burren and Wild Atlantic Way.
Went in expecting for there to be at least one traditional Irish dish on the menu, but the menu offered nothing different to the standard bistro style food on offer anywhere else (steak, chicken, roast, etc). However good value for money, $15.50 for a decent...More