Situated in the wonderful village of Carraroe, I met up with an old friend for lunch. Good choice really friendly service and very enjoyable. Stop here soon.
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Right in the Heart Of Carraroe you will find this good food Bar eatery and the Céad Mile Fáilte. An Cheathru Rua is a great Gaeltacht and the third level college next to this great Pub fantastic Irish music and session. great food.
Dropped by here for lunch on Sunday. Expecting good Irish pub grub, we were very disappointed to find a limited menu with 4 choices of mains. When the food arrived it was really terrible. The kind of food served in Ireland 30 years ago -...More
It's quite a few years ago since I visited An Chistin , but it's pretty much unchanged since the last visit. Same friendly place, with chatty locals and stories doing the rounds and some good laughs. The food was excellent which was just as well...More
An Chistin is the pub right in the center of Carraroe. There's a medium sized bar in the front with several tables in the windows. If you walk back, you'll find a good sized bar with a couple of dining rooms where lunch and dinner...More
Was in Carraroe recently in the morning and in need of something hearty to eat. Restaurants are kinda scarce in this neck of the woods. The breakfast I had was delicious and freshly cooked. It was spotlessly clean and I really enjoyed it. It was...More
My wife and I took our son out for the afternoon from his Gaeltacht course. We had a swim at the beautiful coral beach and then went to An Chistin. for lunch. It was busy but we didn't have very long to wait. The food...More
Staying off-season (January) in Carraroe at Carraroe House, I took the easy walk down the very quiet main road to An Cistin for my evening meal and a pint or two. As I walk in, there are just four Irish-speaking customers and Éamon the bar...More
When on a Great Britain vacation in early January (time chosen because of post-holidays low fares) we discovered this pub. Coming in from the frigid, damp weather we were welcomed by a warm orange entry and beautiful handiwork using local materials. The ambiance, the food,...More