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Cork County has a range of restaurants offering a variety of cuisines from Traditional Irish, Italian, Indian, French, and much more. These restaurants also offer seafood, Vegetarian and Local Irish food. Browse around to find a restaurant the next time you plan to dine out in Cork.

Clarets Bistro

Clarets Bistro

Cuisine: French, Italian
Price: Moderate
Barrick Street Bantry
Co. Cork
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Abbey Hotel

Abbey Hotel

Cuisine: Irish, Steak, Traditional, Traditional Irish
Price: Moderate
Ballyvourney Macroom
Co. Cork
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Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel

Cuisine: Irish, Steak, Traditional, Traditional Irish
Price: Moderate
Macroom
Co. Cork
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Castle Park Hotel

Castle Park Hotel

Cuisine: Irish, Steak, Traditional, Traditional Irish
Price: Moderate
Baldwin Street Mitchelstown
Co. Cork
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Hilltop Hotel

Hilltop Hotel

Cuisine: Irish, Steak, Traditional, Traditional Irish
Price: Moderate
Summerfield Youghal
Co. Cork
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The Gables Bar

The Gables Bar

Cuisine: Cajun, Irish, Modern Irish, Traditional, Traditional Irish, Vegetarian
Price: Inexpensive
31/32 Douglas Street
Cork City
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El Gaucho

El Gaucho

Cuisine: American
Price: Moderate
Popes Quay
Cork City
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Lovetts Restaurant

Lovetts Restaurant

Cuisine: Seafood, Steak, Vegetarian
Price: Moderate
Churchyard Lane Off The Well Road Douglas
Co. Cork
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Description: This fine restaurant is in a late Georgian house situated in mature grounds, Lovett's Restaurant offers delicious dishes prepared by the creative chef and cooks.

Oz Cork

Oz Cork

Cuisine: International, Vegetarian
Price: Moderate
73 Grand Parade
Cork
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Capard Lodge

Capard Lodge

Cuisine: Irish, Modern Irish, Seafood, Steak, Vegetarian
Price: Expensive
Limerick Road, Charleville,
Co. Cork.
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Restaurants

Jim Edwards is a fine restaurant to dine at if you happen to be in Kinsale. A warm and friendly atmosphere is the hallmark of this establishment. Traditional Irish flavours can be sampled here in all their glory. Food and drinks are served in the lounge bar. An extensive bar menu is offered and lunches are available throughout the day. All the ingredients used in the dishes here are produced locally and freshly delivered every day. A fresh oyster and lobster tank is present from which the guests are free to choose their pick. You will find the evening candlelight dinner to be particularly charming.

The White House in Kinsale is another great place to eat out at. Its popularity has raised it to the status of a landmark for generations of locals and visitors. Fine steaks are the specialty of this restaurant and an extensive menu is provided that includes fish dishes. The selection of wines is particularly satisfying.

Isaac's restaurant in Cork City is a nice place to dine. You can look forward to some delicious lamb stew and blue cheese tart at lunchtime here. Chicken with fresh herb salsa, fried squid with tomatoes and grilled burger with olive oil cake are included in the dinner menu. Clifford's and Michael's Bistro is packed with culinary surprises. Traditional Irish dishes are re-invented in a very creative and imaginative way. Chicken soup with lentils and pearl barley, Irish stew, bacon and cabbage and hamburger with braised red onions are just some of the delicacies you can expect to sink your teeth into.

Sean Na Mbads is a restaurant that will be hard to forget due to the simple deliciousness and variety of its food. Dishes like roasted saddle of rabbit, homemade sausages with onions, pan fried slices of duck with herbs and orange and rack of lamb with herb crust will make your mouth water. Every morsel of food you bite here will make you want to exclaim with wonder. It can be hard locating this delightful restaurant so you may need to follow directions carefully.

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