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Langton's House Hotel has a variety of restaurants with different menus and ambiances, for various events, occasions, or simply fine dine. With the Langton Room that serves a scrumptious Irish and international menu, there's the Tea and Wine room, and also an Al Fresco that's refreshing in warm days of Irish summer. Starters include global specialties such as the Atlantic Seafood Chowder and Salmon Filled Mushroom Caps, whereas main courses recreate Irish magic with specialties like Traditional Irish Stew and Traditional Battered Cod & Chips.
Opened in 2008, this elegant French restaurant with a seasonal focus has won several accolades in its short stint. The restaurant serves exquisite meals prepared with a careful selection of seasonal ingredients, and a lion's share of the menu features meat-based and seafood dishes, although a vegetarian menu is available upon request as well. Few examples of the restaurant's offerings in the past have included dishes like Smoked Haddock with leek sauce, Dover Sole Fillet with porcini butter sauce and Scallop Royale with a lobster bisque. Campagne was awarded a one Michelin star status in September 2013 and enjoys a well-heeled, discerning clientele.
Amidst the Irish landscapes and pubs, the cobbled streets of Kilkenny take you to Grapevine Wine & Tapas Bar, and that totally changes the game. Enjoying the delicious Tapas-Spain's signature culinary creation-with fine wines, both local and International, has got to be an experience in itself. What's more, Grapevine also serves Irish craft beers, so you really get the best of native and foreign food and drinks in there. The ambience is decent, and the Restaurant serves till late hours.
A venture of Kilkenny Design Centre, Anocht is creativity at its best-in food and in decor. You cannot miss the 12-hour slow cooked Shoulder of Lamb, and the Oven roasted, corn fed Chicken Breast. The pad fried Monkfish Tail is delicious, and you can pair it with one of the wines or cocktails from the elaborate menu. The charming ambience with an antique touch to the interiors, and a view of the Kilkenny Castle, makes dining at Anocht a beautiful experience.
Set in a regal townhouse of the 1750s, the Lady Helen restaurant in the Mount Juliet Hotel has a style and charm of its own. Chef Cormac Rowe presents his food with passion and stunning presentation, not to mention the flavorful taste of the gourmet dishes. Lady Helen McCalmont was a fine hostess, and while she is remembered for her slick standards of hospitality, the restaurant certainly takes after its namesake. Along with signature Irish dishes such as the Black Angus beef and Wexford fish and shellfish, there are herbs and veggies that are from the Estate's farm. There's also an eight course Tasting Menu, and wines that pair with the food for the perfect gastronomy. Dining at the Lady Helen is a beautiful experience with the breathtaking views of the Estate's fields, and the river Nore.