Monday, May 16, 2011

Cronin's Pub

Last summer I was asked to help crew a beautiful yacht back from Ireland. As with all trips I go on there were very funny stories to tell afterwards, but let me start with a real highlight

- "Cronin's Pub".

Apart from the loan of some bedding which was over and above the expect kindness of any establishment, the food was noteworthy. In fact that would be the understatement of 2010. Albeit a short menu it was impressive in its diversity and excellence. I was not expecting anything quite like it in a fine Victorian Irish public house. Good honest food yes but not at this level. Steaks, sea food, it was there and never to be forgotten.

Crosshaven, County Cork, Ireland

www.croninsirishpub.com

if that website doesn't work try cronbar@eircom.net

Ps when leaving I spotted outside that it had won several awards for food in previous years, well deserved.

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2 Comments:

Blogger marlyat2 said...

Robert,

I was thinking of you--and am glad you are up to some yachting and adventures. e-hugs!

2:56 am  
Blogger Robert said...

Tough times Marley, thanks for ehugs. How was Wales?

11:12 pm  

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