Ask a Local: Where is Kildare’s Most Romantic Restaurant?

We are ion the hunt for Kildare's most romantic restaurant, so who better to ask, other than the Kildare people themselves!

1. Canteen, Celbridge


Canteen Celbridge is run by James Sheridan & Soizic Humbert. The restaurant serves modern European food with a strong emphasis on high quality ingredients.

 

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2. Two Cooks, Sallins


“It’s not just the setting that has people flocking to this charming spot, it’s also the exceptional food and outstanding value for money that Two Cooks offers.” – Georgina Campbell Taste of Ireland Guide.

 

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3. Vie de Châteaux, Naas


For Fine dining in Naas, Vie de Châteaux’s menus offer excellent value for lunch or dinner. Awarded best restaurant in County Kildare in 2011, 2012 and 2016, Vie de Châteaux uses the best local Irish produce to create dishes inspired by their French roots.

 

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4. Harte’s of Kildare, Kildare town


The traditional Irish pub facade hides a smart, modern gastropub serving Irish cuisine, artisan beers and steak cooked on a hot stone.

 

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5. The Ballymore Inn, Ballymore Eustace


Georgina Campbell’s Pub of The Year 2010, The Ballymore Inn, has been serving award winning food for over 15 years. The creative kitchen is headed up by the”smartest woman in Irish food” Georgina O’Sullivan, who’s policy of using only the very best locally sourced ingredients.

 

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6. Beckett’s Hotel, Leixlip


An uncompromising approach to service and a professional, friendly team make an evening in Beckett’s an experience you will savour.

 

7. Bouchon, Naas


Bouchon takes its name from a style of restaurant seen mostly around Lyon, France. The food is derived from classical French cuisine but cooked with a lighter hand to suit more modern tastes.

 

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8. Harrigan’s, Newbridge


Harrigan’s has been a fixture of Newbridge town since the 1800s. Inside you’ll find a traditional Irish pub serving hearty grub in a cosy setting.

 

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