Excellent staff, food was very good. Desert was so nice. All 3 of us loved the desert. Would definitely call again.
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We dines at Cronin's as a suggestion from the Friar's Glen B&B. What a dinner! We had the stuffed Lamb and is was fantastic. The food was like sitting down for a Holiday meal, special occasion type of dinner. Cooked perfectly - the lamb was...More
My wife and I had dinner at Cronin's about two weeks ago. If you're looking for a solid meal at reasonable prices, you can not go wrong with Cronin's. It is conveniently located in the heart of Killarney and offers a wide selection of "home...More
This is one of our favorite restaurants in Ireland! Our B and B host recommended it. Lots of locals eat here. Great dinner specials which included appetizers (Fried Brie was great!), entree and dessert. Everything was exceptional! We enjoyed the seafood chowder, lamb, and potatoes!
So glad we were fortunate enough to get in at around 8:45. Make reservations, we had none but put our name on a waiting list and went to Murphys for a drink. We had the shrimp salad with the freshest shrimp and delicious sauce. The...More
We were lucky to get a spot at 8.45 on a Wednesday night, so glad we did - good honest and very tasty food and a lovely atmosphere. The meal was made even better with a free dessert after we were overheard talking about our...More
We were lucky to find Cronins on our recent stop in Killarney. It is a small, family-run restaurant right in the heart of the city. We arrived without a reservation and had about 1/2 hour wait, so we took the opportunity to have a drink...More
We picked this restaurant based on its good reviews and were very pleased with our choice. Between the four of us, we all had different entree and all the food was delicious. The food arrived piping hot and tasted great. Everything was fresh and flavourful....More
The athmosphere is quite nice, small dining room, very cosy! The food is ok, but nothing special! Sides were prety boring and without imagination. In comparison to other irish dinging spots it was also a bit more expensive for lesser quality.