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Jim Edwards of Kinsale

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For more than forty five years, Jim Edwards has been a standard bearer in Kinsale’s distinguished culinary culture, one of the archetypal destinations that built Kinsale’s reputation as the first town in Ireland to invent itself as a dining destination. Today, with Liam Edwards at the helm, the bar and the dining room – and their accommodation rooms upstairs – offer everything the visitor to Kinsale is looking for: a great welcome and great service; charm; comfort; and, of course, good cooking. We really admire the fact that they don’t simply follow the fashion of the age when it comes to food, preferring instead to serve the great classic dishes – kidneys Madeira; Kinsale mussels with garlic breadcrumbs; black sole on the bone – that both made, and have sustained, their reputation over the years. If you are seeking the essence of Kinsale, and of Kinsale hospitality, then you will find it right here, in the centre of town, in Jim Edwards.

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Liam Edwards
Market Quay, Kinsale, Co Cork
+353 21 4772541

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