Three of us went to the Bricin Restaurant on Saturday and it was a lovely evening. We had a reservation (thank goodness, otherwise eating there wasn't an option) and very soon we were brought to our table. Food was very good, well presented, good flavours, and served by a friendly group of staff. If there was any shortcoming, it is that I had the Salmon and Hake fishcakes to start and their temperature was cooler than I would have liked. Not cold, or close, but could have done with a few more degrees! However, in the context of the whole evening, it is a small complaint and perhaps, a minor slip from the kitchen on a busy Saturday night.
One of my companions for the meal had the boxty with chicken; she loved it, and the other, the pork apricot, which he said was delicious. I had the duck breast and again, very good, pink and crispy skin. Plenty of lovely fresh vegatables and colcannon potato.
The wine list isn't very big but a nice selection. We had the Ribbonwood (New Zealand) Pinot Noir and it accompanied the meal really well.
Would I go back; yes! The price was reasonable for the food served. There was a nice, healthy, but not noisy, buzz and atmosphere in the restaurant and other than trying to figure out why there were so many people (tourists?) in Killarney on a late November Saturday ...
Well worth a visit.
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