Popped in for a sneaky pint with the himself. Got the creamiest pint of Guinness.. lovely way to spend the afternoon nice atmosphere and staff very pleasant
Had a fantastic dinner here. Although it was a very busy Friday night, we were seated and served very quickly. The fish and chips were gorgeous! Really cosy, great atmosphere and amazing food!
I first visited The Laurels in 1990. It was my favorite place in Killarney then. I was thrilled they were still there 29 yrs later. Although the front was painted, once I walked inside, I was taken back to the greatness I remembered. I had...More
Called in for lunch with some friends. The place was packed, but they rearranged tables so we could eat together. Good choice on menu and everyone enjoyed what they had. The staff were friendly and really helpful. Would recommend this place for lunch.
I was traveling with my family and during the three days we were in Killarney, we visited this pub twice. Great food and a great bar!
We ate twice The Laurels and it was fantastic. Our meals and starters were delicious and unique. My goat cheese salad was terrific. I had the hake one night and the bacon and cabbage the other. High end meals both times. My wife had lamb...More
Our hotel Cahernane recommended this restaurant. The staff fit us in when it was so very busy and raining heavily outside. They were very caring towards my elderly mother. The food was delicious. The portion sizes are huge. We didnt get to try a desert....More
Found this little pub/restaurant whilst wandering about in the rain so thought we'd pop in as we liked the menu board outside. Staff welcomed us like we were locals and despite the bar being crowded they found us a table for two at the far...More
We visited this pub/ restaurant on our recent visit to killarney. Lovely pub with great food. The staff were first class. We will be back.
We have got fed up with being served saw dust masquerading as fish cakes. The ones here are fantastic- made with real fish. I had a very good curry! Nice staff; busy bar full of regulars who come to eat. Highly recommended.
Very busy restaurant We didn't have a reservation but it was very busy and we were accommodated Warm and welcoming Staff very nice and obliging Nice wine , food very very tasty Hearty Irish food with a good selection on the menu I recommend the...More
We were a group of five people and decided to share and taste five different dishes: Lamb Stew, potato cakes, bacon and cabbage, lamb shank and fish platter. Our favourite was the lamb shank, just delicious. The fish platter was not what we expected according...More
We had an Early dinner here on a Saturday night. We arrived around 7pm and was able to score a table by the window which was nice. We were greeted with a basket of brown and white bread which was delicious and our drink orders...More
The atmosphere and service here were absolutely great. There were a fair amount of locals in here when we visited; It's nice to get away from the other tourists. We didn't have any food, but everything we saw come out looked delicious. We probably ordered...More
We went to The Laurels twice for dinner, the food was very good as was the atmosphere. I recommend if you are looking for an Irish pub with good Irish food
We popped in here with a group of 8 and were seated right away at dinner time. The menu had food that appealed to all 8 of us. The staff acted as we had returned home from a long journey. The welcomed us and sat...More
Off topic don't rent a Range Rover if you plan park in quaint towns... Leaving Dublin I rented a big ole Range Rover for driving around Ireland to golf, drink, eat, sightsee and resort hopping... and a great time was had. I was on my...More
A perfect Irish pub for a late dinner! We didn’t want to eat at our hotel, so our concierge recommended The Laurels. My lamb stew was the best I’ve had in Ireland so far - not gamey at all. And mister’s bacon and cabbage was...More
We went for dinner. The seafood chowder was delicious!!! Since we each had something different, I can speak only to the Laurels cheeseburger. Very yummy! My friend had salmon and the other had Monkfish. Everyone loved their meal and we all loved the Irish pub...More
We were a little put off by the waitress who did not want us taking up spots side by side at the table. Funny thing was, two other couples were already seated that way. She wanted us opposite! Oh well, the fish and chips were...More
We tried to get in to The Laurels restaurant but it was booked out so we went next door to their pub which served the same food and we weren’t disappointed. Two of us had chowder and it was the best we’ve had so far...More
Visited recently with my wife for a Saturday lunch. Was quite bust but the very friendly waitress found us a table after a few minutes waiting at the bar. Had a most delicious lunch and would recommend the seafood chowder and a door-stop sandwich.
Stopped in for lunch with another couple. Nice atmosphere and good service. My curry was rather bland. Others were satisfied with their food. Not a bad spot for a quick lunch.
Popped in for a quick lunch. Food and drink came quickly and was good. Waitress and Bartender very friendly good place to stop for a pint Added bonus several of the Rose’s from the Rose of Tralee were there for lunch. Good luck to them...More
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