Wild Food From Land and Sea
While the informal dining ambience makes dinner at Wild Honey Inn relaxed and easy,
we take our food and ingredients seriously. Chef and Co-Owner Aidan has been cooking for many years and has developed his own unique style. Based on the French classical genre, using local and Irish produce, Aidan describes his cooking as Bistronomy – a lighter style of cooking or ‘refined bistro cooking’.
Aidan’s cooking is directly influenced by where he lives – the beauty of The Burren, the Karst, barren landscape, the rugged wild Atlantic coast and its jagged rocky islands. The abundance and richness of the wild, raw ingredients that are found in this region are pure and perfect as nature intended.
With ‘Ireland’s Natural Larder’ at his fingertips, Aidan creates rustic dishes that are layered with flavours and seem to echo the location of wild Irish sky, Atlantic seascape, fresh air and open countryside.
When booking a room you can reserve a table for dinner by adding a note on the booking form. Please add your preferred date and time and we will reserve a table for you. There is no need to call and confirm this once you have received your automated confirmation.
It is not possible to book a table online, by e-mail or on social media.
Gift Vouchers: A Gift Voucher does not guarantee a booking – a booking must be made in advance.
Vouchers are valid for a maximum of 12 months. Wild Honey Inn reserves the right to refuse the use of vouchers after the expiry date.
There is no children’s menu – we do not accommodate children under 12 years. Unfortunately we are unable to cater for vegans or lactose intolerant diners. We don’t have a vegetarian menu. Please advise of any other allergies.
To make a dinner reservation please call us Dinner Reservations