Kendals Brasserie at Mount Juliet Hotel

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The Hound Restaurant at Mount Juliet Hotel

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The name might not have a cross-Channel ring to it, but French brasserie classics are the name of the game at The Hound Restaurant, which is the more casual venue at the swanky 18th-century Mount Juliet Hotel. Housed in the estate's converted stables - now the golf clubhouse - the setting is light and airy in the day, looking over the fairways through large windows, and more romantic when it is candlelit for dinner. Top-class local ingredients underpin the repertoire of French brasserie classics, which could kick off with salade Lyonnaise, beef carpaccio, or salt-cod brandade with marinated cherry tomatoes and curly endive, ahead of local Slaney lamb, slow-cooked for 15 hours and served with pommes Anna, Chantenay carrots and peas, and thyme jus. Finish with banana tarte Tatin with home-made rum and raisin ice cream. If you want to trade up on another visit, the posh option is the Lady Helen Restaurant (see entry below).

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Tel: 056 7773000
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  • Open all year
  • Days closed for lunch: all week
  • Days closed for dinner: Sun, Tue

Restaurant information

  • Cooking type: Modern Irish
  • Chef: Cormac Rowe
  • Number of seats: 60
  • Accessible for wheelchairs
  • Disabled toilets
  • Vegetarian meals available
  • Children welcome
  • Children's portions
  • Parking available


Use the route planner for your trip

M7 from Dublin, N9 towards Waterford, exit at junct 9/Danesfort for hotel
Nearest station: Thomastown 

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