Kilfenora, Co Clare
The Burren Centre Tea Rooms is traditionally furnished with Liscannor Flags on the floor, pine furniture and a relaxing colour scheme. Eating out in the Burren Centre Tea Rooms provides a real treat of all that is best in traditional home made-food. A nation's diet is an important part of Ireland's history and culture and in The Burren Centre Tea Rooms you can enjoy excellent home-made fare, choice, excellent value, and the highest quality produce.
Carron, Co Clare
Relax in the rose covered Tea rooms, which serve a mouth watering selection of organic cakes, scones and pies. Homemade soups with freshly baked bread, selections of local cheeses and salads all made with organic vegetables from local suppliers accompanied by herbal teas from the garden and coffees from around the world. Prices: Lunch €8 to €14
O’Curry Street, Kilkee, Co Clare
The Pantry Café, Deli and Cookery School was established in 1982 by home economics teacher Imelda Bourke, and since then has earned a reputation as one of Kilkee’s best food emporia, right in the heart of Kilkee town.
Main Street, Ballyvaughan, Co Clare
The Tea Junction Café serves generous breakfasts - including excellent vegetarian breakfasts. Also available are filled baguettes and pittas, specials such as Kinvara Bay garlic mussels, buttered crab claws, Burren cheese salad, and lots of cakes and pastries.