The River Restaurant at Limerick Strand Hotel

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The River Restaurant at Limerick Strand Hotel

Ennis Road
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The aptly-named River Restaurant of the spanking-new contemporary Limerick Strand Hotel is the place to head to for dining with the best views in town. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls mean everyone gets a view of the Shannon flowing by to go with a well-prepared and presented repertoire of straightforward modern European food. There's an abundance of splendid raw materials in these parts, and they find their way into dishes such as beef carpaccio with rocket, parmesan, horseradish crisp and citrus vinaigrette, while mains run to mixed grills, steaks or herb-crusted rack of new season Kerry lamb with fondant potato, carrot gratin, and red wine jus. For pudding, perhaps a refreshing lemon vacherin with raspberry sauce.

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Tel: 061 421800
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  • Open all year.
  • Sunday lunch available.
  • Days closed for lunch: Mon-Sat

Restaurant information

  • Cooking type: Irish Contemporary
  • Chef: Tom Flavin
  • Number of seats: 120
  • Accessible for wheelchairs.
  • Disabled toilets.
  • Children welcome.
  • Children's portions.
  • Parking available.

Restaurant price guide

  • A La Carte Dinner Main Course from: €17.95
  • 2 Course dinner from: €25.95
  • Sunday lunch: €23.95-€28.95

Prices are for guidance only. Please check when booking for current rates.


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On the Shannon side of Sarsfield Bridge, on River Shannon
Nearest station: Colbert 

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