The Restaurant at Hotel Minella

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The Restaurant at Hotel Minella

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The garden runs down to the banks of the River Suir and those are the Comeragh Mountains looming in the background - a charming spot. The hotel has extended out from an original Georgian mansion and doesn't lack for facilities. The restaurant is at ground-floor level in the original house, so has plenty of character and a traditional, period feel, as well as views across the garden to the river. The kitchen team keep things simple with a good choice of unchallenging fare with a local flavour. Two crisp and golden fishcakes might get the ball rolling, packed with a decent amount of fish and herbs, and served with home-made tartare sauce and dressed salad leaves. Next up, roast rack of lamb comes nicely pink and in the company of a redcurrant and rosemary sauce, plus accurately cooked vegetables. For dessert, a wobbly pannacotta is flavoured with a mix of berries.

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Tel: 052 612 2388
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  • Open all year.
  • Sunday lunch available.

Restaurant information

  • Cooking type: Traditional
  • Chef: Christopher Bray
  • Number of seats: 120
  • Accessible for wheelchairs.
  • Disabled toilets.
  • Vegetarian meals available.
  • Children welcome.
  • Children's portions.
  • Parking available.

Restaurant price guide

  • 3 Course dinner from: €35.00
  • Sunday lunch: €28.00-€35.00

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


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