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Tig Aine

| An Ghráig, Ballyferriter, Ireland
+353 66 915 6214
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Restful stop for lunch

Very unassuming from the road, we stopped here for lunch and found an unexpected gem of a spot. We... read more

Reviewed 28 September 2017
esmirelda
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Massachusetts
Stops like this make our holiday!

We love coming across places like this, not surprised it is on Trip Advisor. The view is stunning... read more

Reviewed 13 September 2017
Joan W
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Halifax, United Kingdom
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Welcome to Tig Áine - Café, Restaurant, Gallery on The Wild Atlantic Way and Slea Head Drive boasting the most spectacular panoramic view in County Kerry. We use top quality local produce, bake our own brown bread, scones and cake and utilise the fantastic fish and fresh meats from our doorstep. Our hens supply eggs for the kitchen and the goat, ducks and geese entertain our younger customers. We offer Murphy's Ice Cream, triple certified coffee and Barry's tea, which suits our well water, as well as a range of herbal teas. We are delighted to support Corca Dhuibhne ag caint.
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| An Ghráig, Ballyferriter, Ireland
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+353 66 915 6214
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Reviewed 28 September 2017

Very unassuming from the road, we stopped here for lunch and found an unexpected gem of a spot. We savored a delicious soup and enjoyed an open face chicken salad and the latte was yummy.

Thank esmirelda
Reviewed 13 September 2017

We love coming across places like this, not surprised it is on Trip Advisor. The view is stunning but we had to eat inside as the weather was not the best. It is so much more than a coffee stop. We had 2 toasties, 2...More

Thank Joan W
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Wonderful food. Service very friendly, staff couldn't do more for you. Views spectacular. Very comfortable setting.

Thank Kath S
Reviewed 25 May 2017

Owner friendly, service efficient, staff knowledgeable and helpful. The location of this restaurant is delightful and it is worth a visit just for the view. The food is really great, I would definitely visit again and would recommend it without a doubt to anyone wishing...More

Thank Vera M
Reviewed 16 November 2016

We ate here a couple of times on a summer break. The setting is wonderful and on a nice day there are a few tables outside to avail of. We had the Annascaul black & white pudding dish everytime with some sort of potato bread...More

Thank 13Josephine
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Me and my husband were so happy we came across this little cafe/restaurant. The views are so beautiful, the kids can feed the goats/chickens, the foods is so healthy and tasty and the staff, especially Aine herself are very welcoming. Would highly recommend a visit....More

Thank kennedymary599
Reviewed 16 September 2016

We ate here on a local recommendation. The food was excellent and good value. The staff were helpful,and friendly at the end of a busy afternoon. We were part of a group of nine on the first occasion and had a main course. So impressed...More

1  Thank Angela D
Reviewed 31 July 2016

Stopped off on a rainy Thursday and cheered ourselves up with delicious Rhubarb tart and chocolate brownies. Lovely people and the welcome was warm. When the skies cleared, the view was magnificent. Lovely place to spend an hour and the fact that Murphy's ice-cream is...More

Thank DublinEyespy
Reviewed 22 July 2016 via mobile

This read well so we dropped in for lunch on a wet day. We found the waitress a tad cold and unwelcoming. The food was fine, as in ok. We were rather disappointed really. We didn't bother waiting to have dessert or coffee. There was...More

Thank holmagic
Reviewed 20 July 2016

Last summer, I had two lovely lunches here on the road between Slea Head and Ballyferriter. The food is all locally sourced, fresh, and perfectly prepared. The windows look out on the Irish coastline, and there are books that line the walls, many on the...More

Thank kateb1111
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