The Carriage House Restaurant
Discover an exquisite artisan grill experience
The Carriage House Restaurant experience centres around exceptional food and impeccable service in a stylishly relaxed atmosphere.
The Adare Manor Director of Culinary, Loughlin Druhan, has created an exciting menu featuring artisan ingredients sourced from across Ireland. Locally farmed produce, fresh seafood, and Irish dry-aged beef take centre stage in exquisitely prepared dishes designed to delight. The dinner menu shines a spotlight on hearty favourites elegantly prepared: Connemara lamb, Atlantic lobster, and some of the best prime cuts of beef in the world are grilled to order on a specifically designed char grill, using real charcoal from sustainable sources.
The restaurant is a smart and polished room, with nods to art deco chic. Metal inlays, dark oak stains and metal inlays distinguish the furnishings and gold-leaf mirror wall panels enhance the air of discreet opulence. Breccia Violetta marble is used throughout the space. The architectural highlight of the restaurant is its beautiful central skylight. Delicate seeded glass panels allow natural light to flood the room during the day, and at night the skylight is artfully lit, with small chandeliers suspended from a surrounding band. Ambient lighting is also provided by table-side lamps with bespoke fabric lampshades, which create a warm glow and intimate mood throughout the room and unique wall lamps with a leaf motif. Restaurant seating features deep leather banquettes with metal and seeded glass screens to allow for private conversation over the meal. The back wall of the restaurant is composed of floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, which feature the same seeded glass found in the skylight and screens. These doors can be opened up to unite the restaurant with the private dining room.
Children of all ages are welcome in the Restaurant and Lounge, however, no one under the age of 18 is permitted in the Carriage House Bar. All children must be accompanied at all times by an adult, for their own safety.