Fabulous. What more do you need to know. So loyal to the local produce. The genuine article. Will be back.
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We were recommended this restaurant by an acquaintance, and trusting his judgment and yearning for an exceptional local dining experience, we booked a table last minute. This restaurant nestled in the village/town of Rosscarbery in West Cork was worth the 40 minute drive from Durrus/Bantry...More
So wonderful! A lovely space that has been gently transformed into a small restuarant. The Maitre D is welcoming and helpful and a font of knowledge on her wines. Set in a beautiful and surprisingly unspoiled small village square that luckily avoided the Celtic Tiger....More
Everything from the warm reception to the coffee at the end of the meal was fantastic. The standard of the food was to such a high quality and the combination of flavours in every course (even the bread and butter) was exceptional. The wine selection...More
We were lucky enough to get a late booking in this lovely location on a sunny Saturday evening. We started with mussels and lamb breast, followed by fish of the day and belly of pork which was perfectly cooked. The desert was salted caramel ice...More
Went to Pilgrim's for a late lunch today and was just blown away by the food. Started with Olives in a citrus infused oil and chilli cashews that were on the house - superb. Then we both had a Japenese chicken starter. By the way...More
Returned to one of our favourite restaurants with two people new to the delights of this lovely place. Friendly welcome, excellent service and delicious unusual menu.
Heard from friends that this restaurant was worth a visit.. Wow it most certainly was, lovely country atmosphere and the most amazing flavours ever. Ingredients are chosen locally and carefully presented to create the most flavoursome dishes. We had a relaxed evening and highly recommend...More