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Statham's at The Pembroke Hotel
Kilkenny City, Co. Kilkenny
Statham's at the Pembroke Hotel, Patrick Street in Kilkenny City serves hearty rustic food with a creative flair in cosy surroundings.

Located on Patrick Street in the centre of Kilkenny City and just around the corner from Kilkenny Castle, Statham's at The Pembroke Hotel combines old time hospitality with a laid back style creating a relaxed but buzzing eatery.

Statham's serves imaginative dishes made with the best produce available locally in a relaxed modern yet cosy setting. Overlooking a courtyard, with warm walnut shelves filled with wines and wooden tabletops, the restaurant is comfortable, relaxed and spacious.

With its easy going relaxed atmosphere, the bar in Statham's is the place to meet or just relax. With its all day menu, great wines, the perfect pint, a hot toddy, a glass of champagne or a refreshing cocktail it has something for everyone throughout the day and evening. Tasty dishes which change according to the season, are prepared with great care using locally sourced ingredients. The menu moves with the rhythm of the day so drop in at any time and enjoy a morning coffee with home baked scone or pastry, an extensive lunch menu with daily specials, afternoon sweet treats, or enjoy a drink before dinner.

Contact details
11 Patrick St, Gardens, Kilkenny, R95 VNP4, Ireland
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