Yes it is small and yes it is really busy BUT worth the wait in the rain to get a seat... We had Cowder believe it or not... it was was superb packed with Hake, Salmon, Haddock, Squid and veg. It was creamy and warming.
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We stopped by for lunch and enjoyed what the restaurant had to offer. You get a local flavor, very friendly and the food was good. We enjoyed our time there talking with the locals and would recommend this establishment for sure.
We just read that Chowder had closed, and it's a good thing. Both of us got the seafood chowder and both of us got sick. Don't go unless it reopens with new owners and a new chef. Go get chowder at Ashe's.
Stopped off for lunch after a tour round The Dingle Peninsula. The café is small but cosy & the service is quick & friendly. We both had the haddock & chips which were absolutely delicious. Light crisp batter & beautiful white fresh fish. Portions were...More
We really enjoyed our meal here! Fish n' chips and chowder. Both were excellent. We had to wait a few mins for a table because seating is limited but the restaurant is in a good location and very close to Murphys Ice Cream which was...More
We were taking the trip around the Dingel Peninsula and decided to stop for lunch before hand. This place was fantastic! The chowder was the best I've ever had and I have bragged about it every since. The downfall to that is I'll won't be...More
Really enjoy this little place, the chowder was lovely - loads of fresh fish in it and a nice size. Seems to update daily and I liked how they listed all the fresh fish in it on their blackboard. Other options looked nice too but...More
With 8 tables they don't have a lot of room, but the food sells itself! The wife and I had the seafood platter. It came with a bowl of seafood chowder that was fabulous! Then there was the fish and chips, very good. It finished...More
We had lunch here last friday and the chowder was one of the best I have even had. Great flavour, plenty of fresh fish and tasty brown bread. It certainly does justice to its name.