I liked this restaurant. Mussels were incredibly cooked, fish is fresh and desserts are perfect. The experience is superb, worth going.
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No trip to Ireland is complete without a visit to The Oar House before we fly or sail back to the UK. Today we had another excellent meal, crab cakes, spicy king prawns with sourdough bread and a mountain of skinny fries - all delicious...More
Regularly go for the crab claws and prawns pil pil both served with bread are an absolute pleasure. Only con is the place is a little tight. Ive went in with the kids before and got put in the back room which is not really...More
Love the captains platter during the summer here. However was here last week and had the most amazing plaice in a creamy sauce with beautiful greens. My partner had the hake and it was divine. All washed down with a glorious bottle of Rose D'Anjou....More
Every time i visit The Oar House I am happy. Service is fast and kind, food is delicious. The oysters are to die for, as are the mussels. Great wine selection too.
Had a lovely lunch here today /Thursday. Lunch deal was half a portion seafood chowder and half a portion fish and chips, served with two different sauces for 10 euros! /Great value/. Both were fresh and tasty in one word, divine. Very friendly and attentive...More
Okay for seafood, service was fast, closes early, but what surprised us the most was a line item on our bill which said "discretionary service charge". We were only a group of four:(