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Janey Macs
Main Street, Kinsale, Co. Cork (Map kinsalesouth - E9)

Wine Bar, Price: Moderate  

Wine-bar and bistro, imaginative menu, not quite as pricey as the Good Food Circle.


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Mary Lanes
Main Street, Kinsale, Co. Cork (Map kinsalesouth - E9)

Wine Bar, Price: Moderate  

Located at the quiet end of Main Street, a wine bar and bistro-style restaurant, this quirky place is one of the more original in Kinsale.


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Ballymaloe House
Shanagarry, Co. Cork (Map southwest - H18)
Phone: +353 (0)21 652531   Fax: +353 (0)21 652021  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Lunch and Dinner daily.  

Run by Ireland’s most famous cooking/hospitality family, the Allens, Ballymaloe House offers Country House accommodation, a craft and kitchenware shop, and the Restaurant. Strong supporters of organic produce, this is a marvellous place: if you manage to get a booking. Or try the cafe in the nearby Ballymaloe Cookery School and Gardens.


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The Farmgate
Coolbawn, Midleton, Co. Cork (Map southwest - G18)
Phone: +353 (0)21 632771   Fax: +353 (0)21 632771  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open 9.00 - 17.00 Mon - Sat, with dinner served Fri and Sat evenings  

Always busy, this popular restaurant serves the best of hearty home cooking and baking, at reasonable prices, and in a unique atmosphere which mixes a cosy farm kitchen with painting and sculpture.


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O’Callaghan-Walshe
Rosscarbery, Co. Cork (Map southwest - E19)

Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Dinner only.  

An excellent restaurant, with great menu, including fresh oysters, and with an extensive wine list


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Adele’s
Main Street, Schull, Co. Cork (Map southwest - C20)
Phone: +353 (0)28 28459  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open all day, lunch, coffees and dinner.  

Located in Schull, a pretty village on Mizen Head peninsula, this is the place, for lunch or coffee-break, or take-away. You won’t be able to resist the delicious home-baking. In the evenings, there is a more Mediterranean-style menu on offer.


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Cafe Palermo
Pearse Street, Kinsale, Co. Cork. (Map kinsalesouth - D9)

Price: Inexpensive  

An Italian-style Bistrooffering cheap & cheerful relief from inflated price tags around town, the portions are generous and the pizzas are good.


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Crackpots Ceramic Restaurant
3 Cork Street, Kinsale, Co. Cork. (Map kinsalesouth - D10)
Phone: +353 (0)21 4772847   Fax: +353 (0)21 4773517   Email: crackpots@iol.ie
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: eveing diner nightly, Sunday lunch; childrens menu up to 19:30  

The most original of the Good Food Circle restaurants, Crackpots offers a great menu in relaxed and cosy surroundings. Superb food, interesting wine-list, good vegetarian options.


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Jim Edwards
Kinsale, Co. Cork (Map kinsalesouth - D10)
Phone: +353 (0)21 772541   Fax: +353 (0)21 772541  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Lunch and bar menu throughout the day; evening dining starts 18:00  

In centre of Kinsale town, Jim Edwards restaurant is an long-established member of the Kinsale Good Food Circle. The more traditional menus are favoured: steaks, lamb, fresh Lobster and Oysters are the favourites. Food is also served throughout the day in the pub.


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Cafe Paradiso
Lancaster Quay, Western Road, Cork (Map corkcityl11o13 - K12)
Phone: +353 21 277939  
Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open for Lunch and Dinner Tues - Sat  

This is probably the best Vegetarian restaurant in Ireland. The menu is fantastic, the staff are friendly and relaxed, and the atmosphere is great. Advance booking is advised.


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Isaacs
48 MacCurtain Street, Cork (Map corkcityp8s10 - P10)
Phone: +353 21 503805  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Lunch Mon-Sat, Dinner daily.  

Located next to Hotel Isaacs in a restored Victorian warehouse in the city centre, this is one of the best restaurants in Cork. The excellent menu is a mix of popular Irish and Mediterranean recipes.


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The Farm Gate Cafe
 (Map corkcityl11o13 - 012)

Price: Moderate  
Opening Times: Open daily Mon - Sat  

Located above the English Market, the Farm Gate serves the best of hearty home cooking and baking, with a mix of traditional Cork recipes and mediterranean influences, at reasonable prices. There is a self-serve lunch counter as well as a table-service restaurant.


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Chez Youen
The Pier, Baltimore, Co. Cork (Map southwest - D20)
Phone: +353 (0)28 20136   Fax: +353 (0)28 20495  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Daily Lunch and Dinner in summer; in winter dinner only .  

The most famous seafood restaurant for miles around, it is expensive but the food is the best. Only a few non-fish dishes.


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Kalbo’s Bistro
48 North Street, Skibbereen, Co. Cork (Map southwest - D20)

Price: Moderate  

High quality and variety in Kalbo’s Bistro is also reflected in Kalbo’s Pantry across the street, where you can buy delicious take-away sandwiches.


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La Jolie Brise
The Square, Baltimore, Co. Cork (Map southwest - D20)
Phone: +353 (0)28 20600   Fax: +353 (0)28 20495  
Price: Inexpensive  
Opening Times: Open throughout the day serving breakfast, lunch, dinner.  

This is a small, busy cafe-restaurant in Baltimore’s central square, serving good food at reasonable prices: pizzas and pasta with inexpensive wines, and local favourites fish and chips, or steak and chips. In the summer, you can eat outside on the Square and watch the sun set over the bay. Also does take-away. There is also a guesthouse above the restaurant.


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Rolf’s Hostel and Restaurant
Baltimore Hill, Baltimore, Co. Cork (Map southwest - D20)
Phone: +353 (0)28 20289   Fax: +353 (0)28 20289  
Price: Inexpensive  

A group of stone sheds have been successfully converted into a cosy hostel on the hill overlooking Baltimore. A truly tranquil place, the cafe-restaurant serves great coffee and home baking during the day, with tasty, filling meals in the evening.


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The Mews
Baltimore, Co. Cork (Map southwest - D20)
Phone: +353 (0)28 20390   Fax: +353 (0)28 20390  
Price: Expensive  
Opening Times: Open evenings June - Sept  

This is a marvellous restaurant, hidden away behind Baltimore’s main square. A large open fire, stone walls, and original paintings from local artists on the walls, it’s relaxed and cosy. A little expensive, but certainly worth the price, the food is really excellent in a modern Irish style, there’s a good wine list, and the staff are friendly and efficient.


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Old Midleton Distillery
Midletown, Co. Cork (Map southwest - G18)
Phone: +353 (0)21 613594   Fax: +353 (0)21 613642  
Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  
Opening Times: Apr - Oct, 10.00 - 17.00  

The Old Midleton Distillery (or Jameson Heritage Centre) offers a comprehensive guided historical tour of the restored Jameson Distillery, finishing off with a whiskey-tasting session. The coffe-shop offers substantial sandwiches, quiches and afternoon teas.


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Pilgrim’s Rest
Rosscarbery, Co. Cork (Map southwest - E19)

Cafe, Price: Inexpensive  

A charming cafe and book shop, Pilgrims Rest is a pleasant place to stop for a home-cooked lunch or just a coffee-break.


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