Tom Crean Fish & Wine
Closed Tuesday & Wednesday
We serve predominantly fish – lobster from the tank and oysters, to satisfy customer needs we have broadened the menu to include steak, pork, duck, vegetarian and vegan. We use the very best of locally sourced food, cooked simply to allow you to enjoy their wonderful natural flavour. See our list of local suppliers which allows us to reduce our carbon footprint. Dietary requirements catered for with advance notice.
This 19th century building facilitates different dining experiences – The Ice Bar, Tom Crean Room & Minard, all rooms offer the A la Carte menu, only the Ice Bar offers a casual dining menu. Group menus available on request.
Tom Crean Room
Our main restaurant has an open fire where we burn turf (peat) in the winter. A local family play traditional music two nights per week between 6.30-8.30pm, in peak season. Reservations are recommended.
Minard – was the vault of the original bank – The Munster Bank (I’m afraid all the money was taken).
The rooms/restaurant/accommodation may be booked exclusively for your special occasion or small wedding, please contact us and we will help create your bespoke event. We have wheelchair access.
The Ice Bar
Serving local Irish Craft Ales, wine and prosecco on tap and non-alcoholic beverages. Join us just for a drink or choose from our bar menu.
We source craft ales from as near as possible. Currently, on draught we have our own Expedition Red Ale (would have been popular in Tom Crean’s time) contract brewed by 9 White Deer, Ballyvourney, who also brew Stag Stout. This stout pairs well with oysters. Killarney Helles lager with it’s subtle sweetness pairs well with salad and shellfish. All-Ireland Gold Medal Winning cider “Johnny Fall Down” from Cork. Longueville Cider and Longueville Mór 8%.”(big), Mallow – a cider with their own apple brandy, the only Irish apple brandy.
Choice of gluten free craft ales. Non-alcoholic beverages -Cronin’s cider, Seedlip Gin, wine, lager, mocktails, soft drinks and more to come.