Restaurants Kilkenny - Eating & Drinking Kilkenny
If you want to experience the true spirit of Kilkenny, take the time to enjoy the food that comes from its rich landscape and is crafted with care by the people who live here. Below you will find a wide choice of restaurants in Kilkenny to choose from along with a host of bars, wine bars and cafes. Eating and drinking in Kilkenny doesn't get much better than this.
Kilkenny is a celebration of quality food makers, restauranters, café/bar-owners and retailers whose passion and personality shines through, making Kilkenny a wonderful journey of discovery for people who love great food and warm hospitality.
Enjoy your meal in Kilkenny, Bon appétit!
Nothing soothes the soul like a well brewed cup of tea, so come in and enjoy from a selection of 26 teas from all over the world. Timeless elegance in a luxurious setting.
Serving a great Breakfast ’til noon, followed by a relaxed all-day menu including Brunch and Afternoon Tea options made with the finest regional ingredients. Dinner ranges from small plates to sharing platters, including Evening Tea and all incorpating the best seasonal produce from our local suppliers.
Central to Kilkenny's main shopping area with over 200 seats, Kilkenny Cafe is a great place to relax and revive. Specialising in Irish Breakfast, lunches and sandwiches and a wide range of teas and coffees for all the family.
We are now a member of the Kilkenny Food Trail. This is a Kilkenny project launched to provide awareness of the local food producers, local restaurants and food outlets around the county.
We are the first farm – to – table producers of Rosé Veal in Ireland and our Kilkenny Rosé Veal is reared to the highest possible standards on our family farm in Windgap, Co. Kilkenny. Our Kilkenny Rosé Veal is supplied directly to a range of butchers and restaurants across the Southeast.
The first written account of distilling in Ireland comes from Kilkenny in the 14th century with the Red Book of Ossory and the Kilkenny Whiskey Guild are celebrating and highlighting this history.
Farmhouse Cheese Destination. Producer of quality artisan products. Tours and Group Sessions on Cheese Tasting, Cheese-Making Courses.
Kyteler's Inn is a truly historic venue dating back to 1324 with an intriguing background - but you will have to visit to hear the whole story of witches & poisoned husbands! The menu reflects local, Irish produce and fare served with local beers.