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Ristorante Rinuccini
Kilkenny City, Co. Kilkenny
Ristorante Rinuccini is an award winning Italian restaurant located in the shadow of Kilkenny Castle on The Parade in Kilkenny City. An established restaurant specialising in native Italian cuisine with an extensive range of Italian wines available.

Ristorante Rinuccini is a family owned and run, multi award winning Italian restaurant located on The Parade in the heart of Kilkenny City for over twenty three years. Specialising in classic Italian cuisine, Ristorante Rinuccini boasts an extensive menu selection, catering for lunch, dinner, group bookings and private dining in their city centre restaurant.

This restaurant where food is incredibly delicious is also known for holding one of Ireland’s most extensive Italian wine lists and guests are invited to visit their custom built wine cellar at the restaurant.

Ristorante Rinuccini is owned and run by Antonio and Marion Cavaliere, their son Riccardo and his wife Orla, and has been open since 1989. The restaurant is one of Ireland’s premier Italian/Irish restaurants, specialising in the best of Irish seafood, delivered fresh daily including prawns, lobster, crab, sole and Irish salmon.

Rinuccini’s also serve locally produced steaks, veal, poultry, game and of course a full range of homemade pasta along with other specialties from their homeland of Lazio, Italy.

Recommended by:Georgina Campbell Guide |

McKenna's Guide | Taste of Ireland with Paolo Tullio |

Michelin Guide |Lucinda O'Sullivan's Great Places to Eat.

Contact details
1 The Parade, Gardens, Kilkenny, R95 XKR7, Ireland
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