Discover the best restaurant in Spanish Point, Ireland including Barrtra Seafood Restaurant, O'Looney's Bar and Waves Restaurant, VL Restaurant, The Old Bake House, Vaughans Anchor Inn, Danny Mac's, The Corner Stone, Morrissey's Seafood Bar and Grill, Joe's Cafe, Randaddy's
Things to do in Spanish Point
4.5 based on 245 reviews
We're a family run seafood and steak restaurant in operation since 1988. We pride ourselves in sourcing the best local seafood and steaks and serve vegetables fresh from the garden. Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way against the backdrop of Liscannor Bay, the restaurant combines stunning views with a homely atmosphere and an old-style, Irish cottage charm.
Booked supper here based on TA reviews. Quaint and busy. We ordered the chef's menu- they decide what is served-seafood/meat/veg. Our group split the options - we were able to get 2 options for each type- all pretty good. A la carte also available.
4 based on 389 reviews
Looneys Bar can be found on the Promenade at Lahinch With breath taking views over the Atlantic Ocean, It offers a sensitive synthesis between contemporary value in a unique way OLooneys Bar with its exciting menu is served on both its split levels which enjoys breathtaking views of the Sea. A relaxing modern environment, It maintains its authenticity of what made OLooneys famous originally; Surf, Seafood, and Stout, with a fresh modern twist; The menu retains old favourites of fish & chips and hearty chowder aswell as some exciting daily/evening specials Our Bar menu runs from 12.30 Daily to 9.30 ( Summer Season April-September ) and weekends for the winter
Haw a few beers here over a weekend and it's a busy spot. Lots of hen parties (and everything that goes with it!) and a staff keeping up with thirsty customers. Great service from Kenny and Aine looking after us with a warm welcome, friendly chats and fast with the pints. This is a popular music venue with live acts and very weekend. Expect a busy spot and get in early if you want a seat.
5 based on 138 reviews
VL Restaurant is a fine dining restaurant at Vaughan Lodge Hotel. The Restaurant opens normally on Tuesday evening to Saturday Evening. Dinner only is served with a set menu and A La Carte selection. The emphasis is on classic french cuisine with a modern style and presentation. There are seafood and meat dishes and vegetarian options also. Booking is essential as numbers are limited each evening. Closed November to April
As regular visitors to Lahinch, my wife & I have eaten in most of the local restaurants.
We had actually tried to book a table in a different resturant (a few days in advance), but they let us down - so we ended up at VL restaurant instead.
Best 'mistake' ever :)
The restuarant is part of Vaughan Lodge hotel, & it is very comfortable & well decorated - not stuffy, but not too casual either. The staff were very friendly & the usual Clare humour was available on tap! There were set menus available for both 2 & 3 courses, as well as an extensive a la carte option. The wine list was impressive & we went for a bottle of Valpolicella which was excellent.
My wife started witht he Scallops & I had Langoustine - both amazing. For mains we had the lamb & the fillet of beef, & the meat was literally melt-in-the-mouth good!
In between courses various 'amuse bouche' delights were served - varying from a beetroot meringue stuffed with local goats cheese, to a squid ink cracker...incredible.
We had intended to include desserts, but we just weren't able!
I would definitely recommend VL resturant to anyone looking for superb food in a relaxed environment, & we will be back for sure.
4.5 based on 319 reviews
We visited on a Saturday evening for dinner. We had a variety of starters from soup to fish cakes and Brie - all excellent. For mains we had fish and steak - favorite was the hake with a topping of crabmeat. Best of local food.
4 based on 743 reviews
Vaughns anchor inn - pleasant local pub with great lunch food. Both the crab and shrimp salad sandwiches were really good. Basically fresh seafood with no wasted filling or sauces. Weather was perfect to eat at the outside tables but the inside was cozy and appealing.
4.5 based on 478 reviews
We enjoyed a fantastic 3 course meal and drinks here in january! Danny himself was very pleasant and welcoming, the food was very tasty and wholesome. The sirloin steak in particial was very nice. Will definitely be returning next time we are in Lahinch.
4 based on 424 reviews
my husband & i popped in here for a drink while visiting Lahinch. lovely welcome and traditional irish pub,.we didnt eat but lots of people were and the food looked lovely .lots of locals & visitors were eating ,would of eaten here but couldnt get a table
4.5 based on 202 reviews
My husband and I enjoyed dinner in Morrissey's on Saturday night. He had the crab claws which were delicious and surprisingly large portion. I had scampi which were so tasty and again a big portion size. The staff were lovely and efficient. You can't reserve a table and they take last orders at 21:30. It is very inviting and beautifully decorated. They totally deserve their Bib Gourmand award.
4.5 based on 391 reviews
Cosy cafe , Healthy food , Extensive vegetarian menu , Tasty Breakfast and Evening menu.
Pretentious, is the word that comes to mind when describing this café.
Every thing average, food, service price, and all a little undercooked for me, well that’s subjective. I was surprised at the unfriendly nature of some staff even bordering on aggressive. What a pity this Café is not flying the flag for the industry in such a prime tourist location.
4 based on 374 reviews
Randaddy's is owned and operated by Randy Lewis. A native of Canada, Randy has cooked his way around the world, immersing himself in the culture and culinary customs of each country he has visited. So, how the heck did he end up in Lahinch? AboutRandaddysRandyExploringWell you see, Randy loves to travel but he's no ordinary tourist! He sees countries and cultures as great sources of ingredients, ideas and inspiration. Randy has incorporated what he absorbs from his travels into his cooking and creates flavoursome food made from the freshest, seasonal ingredients. It's Randy's ability to combine the exotic with the everyday to create culinary delights that makes dining in Randaddy's such an awesome eating experience. Randy is an explorer who loves to collect and compile ingredients and ideas from the countries he visits. He collates all this information in his recipe scrapbook so he can use what he has learned in Randaddy's. Centuries ago, explorers such as Magellan, Marco Polo and Columbus took samples of what they found for later study. They were always up for the next adventure - so is Randy. He is an unashamed adventurer, always up for the next voyage and he wants nothing more than to share his discoveries with you, to give you 'a real taste of adventure'...
We live in Lahinch and Randaddy’s is our go to restaurant. Between the 5 of us we are always happy (and I’m vegan so am particularly fussy!). I appreciate that everything is made for scratch - sauces, breads, dressings etc so not only is the quality high but the flavour. Over the years the menu has changed and grown and we have never been bored. Excited to see what’s coming next. We’ve had birthday parties there, I’ve had a girls night out. Always a reliable winner
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