Review of Linnane’s Lobster Bar: “I can’t help but feel that she’s missing a trick by not offering a larger selection of seafood and presenting her food in a more modern way.”

It’s hard to top a meal of oysters and lobster al fresco overlooking the sea on a sunny day. This simple pleasure, one of the quintessential pleasures of the Irish summer, has never come cheap – you can cut costs by shelling the oysters and cooking the lobster yourself – but in Co Clare, on the edge of the Burren, it’s a Linnane’s institution keeps things relatively affordable compared to some others.

id-afternoon a few weeks ago we come without a reservation and are lucky enough to snag the last free table on the terrace outside. The other customers are a mix of locals and tourists. There’s a man from Alabama on a genealogy trip who talks so loudly that everyone in the restaurant has a full insight into his Irish roots. Anyone working in the hospitality industry says the exchange rate means there are more Americans this summer than there have been in many years. It’s like the good old days.

https://www.independent.ie/life/food-drink/food-reviews/linnanes-lobster-bar-review-i-cant-help-but-feeling-its-missing-a-trick-in-not-offering-a-wider-range-of-seafood-and-presenting-its-food-in-a-more-modern-way-41918576.html Review of Linnane’s Lobster Bar: “I can’t help but feel that she’s missing a trick by not offering a larger selection of seafood and presenting her food in a more modern way.”

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