Byrnes – Ennistymon – Eire
Establishment with strange decoration since the facade is extremely colorful, the entrance is quite chic, with some stools and a nice bar, then the intermediate room, absolutely not lit, and the third room which gives on a beautiful terrace with a view on the famous waterfalls of Ennistymon. But this room has filthy chairs and plastic tablecloths that compete with them.
The menu of the restaurant is also rather odd since there is a traditional Persian entry, the Ghormeh sabzi. I could not resist the discovery of this offbeat dish in Ireland!
Entertaining but slightly too seasoned Greek fenu which gives a bitter tip a little unpleasant. But overall good.
The seafood chowder is a kind of seafood soup. Well… here it is, it’s nice…
Serrano ham mullet is interesting. Too bad it is placed on a beautiful mass of mash potatoes very compact and embellished with two good large half grilled shallots.
The plate of the sea is good but deserves better than the banal cocktail sauce. The crab claws are cooked in a very powerful broth.
As for the famous waterfalls, we were not lucky because we came after 15 days without rain in the region! Yes, it is possible in Ireland. So they were dry. This gives a rarer image …
Bill of 59.80 euros for 2.
Date of the visite: 1970 January
Tel: 00 353 86 826 5688
Addrese: Main St, Ennistimon, Co. Clare, Irlande