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Lord Baker's Seafood Restaurant & Bar
Lord Baker's Seafood Restaurant & Bar is a family run and award winning premises in Dingle Town, County Kerry. Believed to be the oldest pub in Dingle, lunch and dinner is served Saturday and Sunday.

Lord Baker’s Seafood Restaurant & Bar is believed to be the oldest pub in Dingle, County Kerry. This business was established in 1890 by Tom Baker. A popular businessman in the area, a colourful orator, member of Kerry County Council and a director of the Tralee to Dingle Railway, he was known locally as “Lord Baker” and as such is now immortalised in John Moriarty’s excellent bar and restaurant on the Main Street in Dingle Town.

Tables are set up in front of a welcoming turf fire in the front bar, where speciality dishes include very good chowder with home baked soda bread, and mussels or crab claws in garlic butter. There is a more formal dining area in the back restaurant, looking out on a walled garden.

Seafood lobster from their own tank stars, of course, along with main courses like fillet of brill with garlic cream sauce, and pan fried sole on the bone with lemon butter, but there’s also a good choice of other dishes using local mountain lamb, Kerry beef, chicken, and local duckling all served in an atmosphere of great hospitality.

Saturday and Sunday lunch in the restaurant is a particularly popular event and booking in advance is advisable. An informative wine list includes a connoisseur’s selection of ten wines.

Contact details
Main St, Dingle, Co. Kerry, Ireland
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