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First visit since change of management but glad they’ve kept the same menu with a few new additions. The same friendly atmosphere and characterful seating . Definitely the best soup and sandwiches in town . Will be back again soon
We recently had a meal here and we very impressed with the attentive staff,ambience and wonderful menu. From the tapenade with sourdough bread to the wonderful starters and main courses, we enjoyed every bite of it.There was also a lovely kids menu which we were...More
I don’t like making derogatory comments on restaurants visit, mainly because on the vast number of occasions, the places have been very good. On this occasion the Biaconi Inn has fallen so far below any acceptable standard.
When we arrived, the restaurant was very busy....More
We went a second night, sat at the bar since we had no reservation and had a fine time. The food was excellent, the service was personal and attentive, and the other guests friendly. We'd happily go again, with the suggestion to lean toward the...More
Stayed for business recently, the hotel staff were very accommodating, the rooms are excellent with large comfortable beds. The bathrooms are nicely done with good water pressure and temperature.
Evening meal in the restaurant was nice, lots of local produce on offer, breakfast was also...More
Checked web for restaurants open in Killorgan on Monday 27th March.
Bianconi was indicated as "not open" so we tried some other restaurants.
Two of the other restaurants we tried (web indicated as "now open") were actually closed and to our surprise Bianconni was actually...More
There with a friend. As the bar was quite , it was early evening. We were well entertained by the gentleman behind the bar, who turned out to be one of the owners. He proved to be a great source of local information.
We really enjoyed eating here. We had very nice roast chicken, freshly cooked hake and a very filling nut loaf. Service was friendly and quick. Ambience was unique and interesting with their decorations.
Bianconi was an Italian who came to Ireland in the early 1800s and started the first stage coach service linking rural towns. His passengers needed places to stay and so a series of inns were established including one in Killorglin, a town made famous by...More