Enjoyed a gorgeous meal here on a stormy wet June night! So cosy and a great atmosphere. Salmon was divine!
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We stopped here for lunch. I was only sorry that our dinner was booked at our hotel as the food smelled and looked delicious. Some of my friends had plated salad which was plentiful & imaginative. I had the seafood chowder with Brown bread which...More
We stopped in Monks for a late lunch and found it very pleasant. Staff were young and pleasant but they did not have that extra caring attitude we appreciate. The food was good and being able to view the water was nice. Others leaving the...More
We hadn't booked and they were busy, but immediately found space for us. Service was friendly and unobtrusive but exceptional; a waiter immediately noticed that we hadn't started eating and needed something, coming over straightaway. Lovely fresh food, simply and well done. Recommended.
My partner, two close friends and I took a 10 day holiday driving through Ireland. We started in Shannon and drove the south on the west coast.After driving through the Burren and stopping several times to experience and "feel the Burren" we stopped at Monks...More
I just love their crab sandwich ... especially when the weather is nice and you can sit outside on the terrace looking at the sea. Good quality food and affordable prices.
A great place to eat. Overlooking the harbour, the locally caught fish couldn't be fresher. The chowder was so good (and amazing wheaten bread) I returned the following night to try their mussels - equally good! The staff were friendly and efficient - nothing too...More
We came upon Monks one rainy afternoon last week. Decided to stop for lunch. Had the seafood chowder, which was so delicious. Also ordered the garlic prawns, which were outstanding. We were very pleased. Pleasant wait staff. I was also impressed with how clean, modern...More
Oh, they were hopping and busy, and we were lucky enough to find a place to sit. But, despite a slight wait and a bit of confusion, our fish and chips were hot, tasty and delicious, and pints cold and refreshing. We also met some...More