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Shamrat Restaurant

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2 euro
Address:
Shamrat Restaurant
Bridge Street, Carrick-on-Shannon Co Leitrim
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2 votes
Tel: +353 71 965 0934

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Uncluttered contemporary decor and well-spaced tables with comfortable high-back chairs make a pleasing setting for interesting, authentic and well-cooked food - and attentive service from friendly and helpful staff adds to the enjoyment
  • Boat Trips
  • Fishing (coarse nearby)
  • Indian/Pakistani
  • Vegetarian Menu

Shamrat Restaurant

Although the entrance is small from the street, first-time visitors to this appealing Indian restaurant may be surprised to find a spacious L-shaped first floor dining area and enough room for a comfortable reception area at the top of the stairs.


Menus are wide-ranging, offering a varied selection of Indian and Bangladeshi dishes; the familiar ones are all there - onion bahjee, chicken tikka or pakora, biryani dishes and perhaps a dozen tandoori specialities.


Uncluttered contemporary decor and well-spaced tables with comfortable high-back chairs make a pleasing setting for interesting, authentic and well-cooked food - and attentive service from friendly and helpful staff adds to the enjoyment.

L&D daily; Mon-Sat: D 6-11.30; Sun, special family lunch 1-4, à la carte 4-11.30. Set D about €25.95, D also à la carte; Vegetarian Menu about €20.95. House wine about €17.50 (BYO permitted, no corkage). Children welcome. Closed 25 Dec. Amex, MasterCard, Visa, Laser. abbreviations
Last Updated: 06-03-2014
Author: Georgina Campbell

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Near the bridge, on right-hand side walking into town.

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