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10 Bridge Street is a lively, contemporary restaurant, and bar in Killorglin, bringing life and energy to a beautifully restored 200 year old church. We welcome visitors, groups, families and weddings as much as our local customers. We open 5 days a week in the summer and weekends in the winter. Our food is based on fresh Irish and local ingredients, cooked thoughtfully in a menu which draws on a wide range of cuisines. Our wine-list is hand-chosen, with a good selection available by the glass. We list only wines which we can recommend personally. Our cocktails are expertly & creatively prepared. 10 Bridge Street offers a beautiful space, and personalised approach, to create a great wedding
PRICE RANGE
US$8 - US$48
Special Diets
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options
Meals
Dinner, Drinks
CUISINES
Mediterranean, European, Wine Bar, Irish
FEATURES
Free Wifi, Reservations, Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service, Gift Cards Available
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Fans of Sol y Sombra, don't despair...10 Bridge Street is awesome. We loved Sol y Sombra for the service, the atmosphere, and the tapas, and 10 Bridge Street delivers on all accounts. We can still order a tapas style dinner - they offer many interesting...and flavorful small plates; I honestly think that over three visits in the past two months we have tried them all and I can recommend every one of them. The service is still professional and efficient, and the warm and friendly atmosphere hasn't changed a bit.More

Date of visit: June 2022
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We were using Killorglin as a base for visiting the Ring of Kerry and the Dingle peninsula, and ate here twice. It is a brilliant restaurant which should be packed every night. The setting, in an old church, is really stunning and very sympathetically decorated....The menu is very varied, with plenty of fresh, local produce but also spice and ethnic dishes. Everything is really well cooked and presented. We had a knockout Thai monkfish curry, local black pudding, excellent homemade Guiness bread, meltingly good braised beef, a perfect baked cheesecake, to name a few of the dishes that three of us tried over two nights. Great cocktail selection and very good wine list. Really well priced for the quality. Staff were so friendly and efficient, especially the wonderful Pablo, who served us both evenings. This is a really great restaurant, if you're in Killorglan you must try it, if you're not in Killorglan, it's definitely worth travelling for. Book ahead as they sometimes have private functions.More

Date of visit: June 2022
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

10 Bridge St was formerly Sol y Sombra, a tapas restaurant, and its TA reviews are mostly from that time, which is misleading. We ate there several times previously and were never disappointed. This new iteration is a big disappointment. I ordered the charcuterie board...(€9.80) as a starter. This turned out to be a basket of bread, a small pot of olives, and a few miserable slivers of salami sausage, each the size of a €2 coin – not enough meat to fill half a sandwich. My wife’s prawn starter (€9.90) was good. For a main course we both had butterflied chicken with hunter sauce and spiced couscous (€16.50). This was a trio of disasters – over-cooked leathery chicken, over-salted sauce and dry tasteless couscous. Definitely the worst dish I have eaten in a long time. We overheard a nearby diner complaining about his food. Not wishing to face further disappointment by ordering further courses we left. The wine was as it should be and priced about right. The service was efficient and friendly from a staff who deserve so much better from their management and kitchen. We will not return. Sol y Sombra RIP.More

Date of visit: June 2022
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Reviewed 6 May 2022 via mobile

Really liked the setting in an old church - nicely done up. Good looking menu with a good wine list. Service was just so so and as only 6 tables on this slow Thursday night I would hope they lifted their game on busier nights...Ordered the prawn starter - this was flavorless except for the over abundance of salt .. all I tasted was salt, salt and more salt. The pork chop was overcooked and dry - may of been deep fried. It came with a potato mash that was of 'institutional' quality and the side of roasted potatoes was a joke as they were over cooked, slightly soggy and barely warm. Such a disappointment - we should of had another dinner at Bianconi where we enjoyed a very good meal the night beforeMore

Date of visit: May 2022
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Reviewed 7 October 2021 via mobile

Second visit to Sol y Sombra in last few weeks, another excellent evening, top quality food and wine. Very good customer service. Will be back!

Date of visit: October 2021
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Reviewed 27 September 2021

I cannot understand how this restaurant has established such support as seen in the reviews . On the 25th of September, at this restaurant in Killorglin, I was presented with the worst plate of food I can ever remember having. I chose Hake, Basque style...with sauce verde. What arrived in front of me was a dish containing a thick, green substance, which on penetration, was covering two pieces of hake, (silvery grey) skin side up. These, in turn. lay on a bed of glutinous, only just warm potato - I think it was potato because of the menu description. Here was a dish that could only appeal to Gollum! It was tasteless, which is extraordinary for a sauce flavoured with parsley. I let the waitress know how I felt about the food and she told me later that she'd conveyed my remarks to the manager. I waited for him to come to the table to deal with my complaint but he didn't appear and wasn't around on our exit from the restaurant for me to broach the problem with him. I wished to be discreet as I was dining with friends. It was seriously bad food that I was served that evening. I suspect from the viscous almost solid nature of the "sauce" and the glutinous, barely warm potato, that this dish had been hanging around for a while. There was certainly no freshness in evidence on the plate. An evening with friends was sadly spoiled by this disappoining experience.More

Date of visit: September 2021
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Reviewed 29 August 2021 via mobile

From start to finish the meal was outstanding and staff couldn't do more to look after you and make you feel welcome. Set in a beautifully refurbished 200+ church with stained glass windows, it takes your breath away as you walk in. Starters were delicious,...I could have happily eaten a huge plate of the mixed croquettes alone, but the sweet peppers stuffed with cod and hake starter had a sauce that we had to ask for a bread basket to mop it all up. Mains were chicken cadiz and the beef cheek. Chicken luxuriously coated in gratinated gouda and toasted almonds, and beef that was so tender you could eat it with a spoon. The chicken dish doesn't come with its own vegetables or accompaniments which is a shame, but there are plenty of options to choose and add to it. Had a very well made and delicious buttermilk panna cotta to finish along with a lemon polenta cake which was slightly overcooked and dry, but still quite nice. We finished our evening by moving outside with a tasty jug of fresh sangria and enjoyed the beautiful outdoor terrace that Sol y Sombra has to offer. Very reasonably priced overall and well worth booking in advance as this place is busy! Thank you very much for such a lovely evening. Your reputation is well deserved.More

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed 28 August 2021 via mobile

My husband and I went for an anniversary dinner..the meal was delicious, service was very good. We frequently book here as its consistently yummy food that we enjoy. Change of menu meant there wasn't as much for me to choose from but the beef cheek...main was MWAH! Didn't stay for dessert, but left feeling very happy we had a great time. Look forward to the next visit!More

Date of visit: August 2021
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Reviewed 19 August 2021 via mobile

Ate here in their great outdoor space - first visit in a couple of years, for obvious reasons. Great food, a good selection of quality wines, friendly service. Very difficult to find fault with the whole dining experience. Looking forward to many more meals here...in the future.More

Date of visit: July 2021
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Reviewed 13 August 2021

We came across this restaurant by accident and took a chance that turned out to be the most fantastic tapas we have ever had. We did a tapas style and ordered - bravas - chicken skewers - beef cheek and mash ( this is a...main but we shared it) - sweet potato wedges - prawns ( garlic) - chorizo and mash There was more than enough for 2 hungry people and exceptional value. Aoife was the waitress who couldn't have done more for us- a lovely girl! We will defo come back to Killorglin for this restaurant and it's setting alone ( an old Church). Ring/ book in advance as it is busy!More

Date of visit: August 2021
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  • Food: 4.5
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