Lord Kenmare's Restaurant

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Lord Kenmare's Restaurant
College Street, Killarney Co Kerry
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Tel: +353 64 663 1294

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Good food, together with great service and value ensure that this cheerful place is always packed

Lord Kenmare's Restaurant

The Murphy family's cosy first floor Killarney restaurants elegant black furniture, polished floors, bare tables and blinds mean that a lot of hard surfaces all add up to a good bit of noise, but nobody seems to mind.


Barbary duck breast is their stated speciality, served, perhaps, with pineapple, orange & salsa, but this does not do the restaurant justice as menus offer many more appealing dishes - tender whiskey & Calvados braised pork belly, for example, outstanding steaks and an attractively presented hot seafood platter; this is a selection that may include prawns (probably of the tiger variety, alas) fresh salmon, monkfish, scallops, crisp fried calamari, mussels and grilled oysters, and it is served with a choice of savoury butter sauce and spicy tomato relish.


Good food, together with great service and value ensure that this cheerful place is always packed - even on weekdays, when other restaurants may not be busy, there’s lots of buzz, so reservations are strongly advised.

A la carte. House wine about €20. abbreviations
Last Updated: 23-02-2013
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Town centre, above Murphy's Bar and Squire's Pub.

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