Halloran’s, a warm, rustic restaurant in Oughterard, can be found in a building which dates back to the 1890’s. This building, once upon a time, was actually a well known draper shop. Halloran’s have still retained all that old-world charm, with a menu that’s entirely modern and inviting.
The restaurant opened in March 2016 with the aim to serve great food with flair and a modern twist using fresh local produce wherever possible.
Their list of suppliers is as local as it could get, featuring Finnerty’s and McGeough’s Butchers of Oughterard, and promising entirely Irish-origin beef and lamb. Even the seafood is sourced from the Connemara Fisheries in nearby Cornamona.
Everything on the menu is cooked to order so they can cater to most dietary requirements.
Their evening menu is very well-balanced between surf and turf, with hearty options like aged striploin steak with onion rings, prawn and smoked salmon linguine in cream sauce, and vegetarian options as well.
All Halloran’s prices are reasonable but their early-bird menu, served before 6pm is especially popular, with two courses with tea and coffee for just €20.95 per person. Halloran’s even offer a takeaway menu at reduced prices, offering battered fish and chips, a Louisiana fried chicken burger, butternut squash and sage risotto, and other delicious options for entertaining friends or avoiding the washing-up.
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Private parties with set menus available. Call us on 091 552711 for more details