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Although I travel on a budget, I like to treat myself to a decent restaurant meal at the end of the three day book festival that is held every year in Graiguenamanagh. This year I went to the Waterside Restaurant, and was reminded that they...More
We enjoyed dinner at this little gem of a restaurant located on the bank of the Barrow. Interior is nicely decorated and has a scenic view of the river. The menu includes a number of enticing options. Tomato soup with red pepper and creme fresh...More
While staying in the beautiful Mount Brandon Cottages in Graiguenamanagh we treated ourself to breakfast in the Waterside. Full Irish for €9.95 (I'm almost sure but less then €10) Beautiful local produce freshly cooked. Offered extra toast/brown bread and lovely coffee. Very friendly staff.
Stopped in for lunch with my family. There was a limited lunch menu. We all opted for soup. There were two options: lentil and vegetable or tomato and basil. We all had lentil and vegetable which tasted really nice and wholesome. It was served with...More
The village of Graiguenamanagh is lucky to have this restaurant in such a small village. The menu is varied offering breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a coffe/ tea. The interior is simple and sophisticated but you have a choice to sit outside too and it’s...More
After visiting Graiguenamanagh on a few occasions to walk along the beautiful Barrow we decided to drop into the Waterside for a scone & coffee. A waitress asked us to take a seat while she attended to another customer. She said she would 5 minutes....More
We had a lovely visit to The Waterside, good wholesome food and very pleasant service.
Desserts were especially good and Brian and staff are very friendly and pleasant. The setting here is so special, the views of the old bridge in the twilight are gorgeous...More