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Kilkieran Cottage Restaurant
Carrick-on-Suir, Co. Tipperary
Kilkieran Cottage Restaurant provides a full table service serving contemporary Irish cuisine. The restaurant is set in a beautiful scenic location of rural County Kilkenny and is next to the historical Kilkieran High Crosses.

Kilkieran Cottage Restaurant has a reputation for its good food, serving contemporary Irish cuisine using seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, cooked by highly regarded Chef, Neil Mc Evoy. The chef has a flare in foraging and cooking wild foods, and his signature dish has been enjoyed by many.

The dishes at Kilkieran Cottage Restaurant suit most Irish and European tastes, ranging from succulent steak, duck confit, monkfish on the bone, to tasty vegetarian options. Special dietary requirements can be catered for. They use our own fruit and vegetables that are grown in the garden, and keep some hens for their eggs.

The restaurant looks out onto the beautiful surroundings around the County Kilkenny and County Tipperary border area, with spectacular views of the Suir Valley, Comeragh Mountains and Slievenamon Mountain. There is ample parking available, and the restaurant has ramp access for wheelchair users.

Kilkieran Cottage Restuarant is a perfect place for special occasions. They can accommodate up to 60 people per occasion. The restaurant is renowned for family gatherings, christenings, confirmations, first communions, and also small weddings. A healthy children's set menu can be arranged. Early booking is recommended.

Contact details
Kilkieran, Skough, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland
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