RESTAURANT NEAR GLENDALOUGH
The Wicklow Heather restaurant near Glendalough is the perfect choice whether you’re looking for an early breakfast before a big hike or perhaps a romantic meal tucked away in the Wicklow mountains.
Choose from our a la carte lunch and dinner menus as well as a varied selection of daily specials. All our dishes are freshly prepared using locally sourced organic produce where possible. The Wicklow Heather signature dishes include confit of duck with Clonakilty black pudding with a poached hen egg and mustard hollandaise, pan-fried chump of Wicklow lamb served on a bed of champ with a rich rosemary jus or perhaps delicious free range Irish chicken roasted with a lemon and herb stuffing with a light chicken gravy served with steamed baby carrots.
Wicklow Hereford beef and lamb sourced locally from the village of Aughrim and Wicklow venison from Glenmalure, are all fully traceable from farm to fork. After a long hike, why not visit our restaurant near Glendalough and indulge yourself with one of our mouth-watering homemade desserts, maybe a warm chocolate brownie with caramel sauce and vanilla ice-cream or try a selection of Irish cheeses.
The well-chosen wine list includes a wide range of champagnes and sparkling wines. There are also a number of cocktails and aperitifs included on our list.
When it comes to coffee drinks, there’s nothing more quintessentially Irish than adding in a little drop of Glendalough Irish Whiskey to make a cold winter evening more enjoyable.
The Irish Coffee was first created in the winter of 1943 by Joe Sheridan, a barman and chef, and was given as a welcoming drink to tourists arriving in Ireland from transatlantic flights. The Glendalough Whiskey Distillery was set up by a group of friends from Wicklow with a passion for reviving the heritage of craft distilling in Ireland.
If you’re visiting Wicklow and looking for something tasty on a cold winter’s evening or just a coffee with a kick, choose Wicklow Heather’s deliciously rich warming Irish Coffee with Glendalough Whiskey.
Go n-éirí on bóthar leat
May the road rise with you
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