I am glad I stopped here because the building is very interesting and historic, and my lunch here allowed me to try lamb for the first time. It was a little expensive for my student budget, but a worthwhile stop nonetheless.
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We really enjoyed dinner upstairs with great live music at 6:30 (early enough for kids). Lots of character and history, and the food is very good too, especially the vol-au-vent.
The food was good, the menu pretty much standard but done well. What is interesting is the background and age of the place
We visited Kyteler's Inn to experience a place with interesting history. The history dates back to the 1200's is named after the first owner Alice Kyteler. She was thought to be a witch & fled Kilkenny to avoid being burned at the stake. The place...More
We came here to eat based on Rick Steve's recommendation and we were not disappointed! Amy was our waitress and she was fantastic! So warm friendly and helpful! We loved all the food she suggested and the music was lovely! I highly recommend it!
We dropped into the Kyteler over the Easter bank holiday. We have socialised here a few times over the years and it's always lively. We had the kids with us on this occasion and we stopped off for some lunch. Fare was fairly basic pub...More