It’s a sign of the thoughtfulness that has made Freddy’s Bistro an enduring icon of Limerick dining that the restaurant offers not just a coeliac menu, but also a vegan menu, in addition to their early bird and evening offering. That’s the sort of honest and caring concern for your customers that characterises this intimate, clubby, always welcoming room, a destination whose tucked-down-a-narrow-lane location always lends it the feel of a secret discovery. Of course, lots of others have discovered this Limerick secret, so Freddy’s thrives by creating happy customers who want to return time after time to enjoy ageless classics such as duck parfait with orange and cranberry jam; crab salad with beetroot gel aioli; the signature hake with braised leeks and prawn bisque; the slow-roasted pork belly with celeriac purée; the chocolate pot with salted caramel. Liz, Caroline and Maeve make the food extra-special thanks to the friendliest service, and their determination to make sure that everyone has the best time in Freddy’s Bistro.
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