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Super meal here, loved it. The pub is fantastic.. full of character and charm. My boyfriend had the fish and chips.. so tasty and so fresh! I had the goats cheese salad which was really delicious also. The staff were very attentive and really friendly...and welcoming, great craic too with loads of local knowledge. Great experience all roundMore
We took the Doolin ferry out from Rossaveel (40-minutes on a calm but misty day) and spent most of the day exploring the rocky island with the narrow roads and occasional wandering livestock. Tigh Ned is pub is nicely situated close to where the ferry...landed. We enjoyed the food (tuna paninis and salad) and the views at this restaurant cum pub, with it’s walled beer garden and home-brewed beer. Other diners praised their crab claws and crab meat specials with a salad. In better weather we would have sat out front to enjoy the meal but a pint of their own brewed ale and Guinness plus friendly banter kept us all quite happy.More
Stopped off on the “small” island on the way to the Inis Mòr and absolutely delighted we did , what a great spot we found , Great Pints and a Toasted Special, Friendly staff and premises is spotless . Definitely will make a return soon
Tried to call and mail the restaurant several times in advance of my visit to the island - no reply ! So on the advice of another trip advisor user we just turned up and joined the queue for an outdoor table.
Advise you to...come early (12:00) if it’s a fine sunny table in order to secure a lunch table. Menu has a mix of salads, sandwiches and soups. We tried the goat cheese salad , veg soup, smoked salmon and brown bread & the ham/cheese toastie. All were good.
The tram were able to look after allergies well ( nut and coeliac). Happily recommend if you’re spending time on this lovely little island.More
So glad we found this pub. It was a really nice finish to an amazing day on the island. Staff were so nice and welcoming the atmosphere was very relaxed listening to the locals speaking Irish.
Food was lovely and reasonably priced. Bar itself was...full of Irish character. Would highly recommend.
Will be back soonMore
Great little pub, with a friendly and welcoming establishment. Busy little spot but we were seated quickly and the staff were extremely friendly and happy to recommend one of the freshest smoked salmon salads I have had in a long time. Guinness was also 10/10...Definitely recommend.
Keep up the great work lads, we will be back.More
We loved ending our trek around the island at Tigh Ned's, and were impressed by how they handled COVID-related safety. Excellent experience all-around, loved the homemade soup and local goat cheese too!