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We went there today the food was lovely how ever the portion size of chips we got was absolutely disgraceful for the cost of the meal. I felt it left the meal down completely especially when your paying over 10 euro for your food ....The location was lovely. The staff also were very friendlyMore
Stoped off today when passing through cashel, we had not booked ahead but where able to get a lovely table on the upstairs level- really lovely/hearty food , please service and very good value for money
We stopped here for lunch en route to Cork. It was just after 1pm on an August Monday, and the bar / restaurant was quite busy. We were seated near the bar on the ground floor, and there seemed to be additional seating upstairs. The...menu was quite extensive, with a good variety of main courses, as well as soups, salads, sandwiches and light bites. We chose the fish & chips, and the smoked bacon burger with cheesy chips. Both were very tasty, and the staff were very friendly and efficient.
All in all, a perfect place to break the journey from the Dublin area to Cork.More
Passing through Cashel on our holiday this year we decided to visit the rock of Cashel, but also needed a bite to eat for lunch and so popped in. We were not disappointed! The food was delicious, staff efficient and a really lovely atmosphere despite...current covid 19 restrictions. Overall a wonderful place to eat!!More
The whole family went to Feehan’s today for a Christmas treat and we couldn’t praise it enough. The adult meals were exceptional and the child meal was lovely. I’d have to say I’d give it 10 out of 10.
Staff attentive and helpful.
If you're in Cashel, this is the place to eat. We had a great lunch with friendly staff. The service was prompt and it's right in the heart of the town. All seven of us enjoyed our lunch and it was right down the street...from the Rock of Cashel. You could tell it is well-respected by the number of locals having lunch with us. I'd highly recommnend for lunch.More