The dining room of the impressive 1830s Adare Manor exhibits all the comfort and grandeur you would expect – and the great Irish hospitality makes you feel like the most important person in the room. Named after the fine wood-panelled walls commissioned by architect Augustus Pugin, it comes with a dark green colour scheme, period artwork and lavish chandeliers; in summer, ask for a table on the small glass-enclosed terrace for wonderful views over the 850 acre grounds. Michael Tweedie’s assured, refreshingly understated cooking champions top ingredients from Ireland’s artisan producers, with dishes comprising just 3 or 4 components, allowing each the room to make an impression. Combinations are refined and well-balanced, and great attention to detail is in evidence. The wine list is a labour of love and offers a superb range by the glass.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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