Good fish and good fish chowder. We ate here on two nights because it was raining and the place is cozy.
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I spent 3 days in Dingle recently. I dined here both nights and found the staff very welcoming. Quality of seafood dishes were excellent accompanied by some very good craft beers. Definitely worth a visit.
Lovely as always at the Marina Inn. We would frequent the premises during the busy summer season but on the 'off' period we were happy to visit again in October. Had my usual King Prawn Stir Fry, up to its usual lovely high standard and...More
Had great conversation with many of the local people. They do have a food menus but we did not eat. Some in our group did have dinner and said it was very good. I would go back again and try food if we come back.
I ate here several times this summer with family and friends. Plenty excellent food each time and very friendly staff. Up stairs is a joy to eat looking out at the harbour and the goings on there. I have recommended the Marina Inn to all...More
The fish and chips ,prawn stir fry and the turkey and ham special were quite good however the steak sandwich was tough. Scots cider was available in medium and dry.
Had nice dinner here with friends. Food was ok priced and good for us who eat everything. Unfortunately vegan/gluten free there was only one option which was quite expensive as well. Nice atmosphere though and good service.
We were amazed how busy this restaurant was as generally we walked into restaurants in Ireland and ate. A gentlemen on the corner recommended it as we were going to eat elsewhere. I had the Sea Bass and my hubby had the Fish and Chips....More
We came here after several places we tried were booked or had long lines. Food was ok but nothing special, service was slow-which is fine we weren't in a hurry, tables are weird ( low to ground and you have to sit on stools with...More