An Seanachai

Weekend Specials At An Seanachai



Seanachaí Seafood Chowder
served with homemade bread
Homemade Soup of the day
Served with homemade bread
Warm Chicken Salad
Sweet Chilli Roasted peppers
Wild Mushroom Crostini,
Wild mushrooms in white wine cream
Smoked Salmon Salad
Mixed lettuce leaves and marie rose

Panfried Sirloin Steak
Mushroom and onions, pepper sauce or garlic butter.
Seanachaí Steak Sandwich,
5 oz steak, on a crispy ciabatta, mushrooms and onions.

Main Courses
Roast Chicken Supper
Supreme of Chicken and gammon ham with bread stuffing and home made gravy – potatoes & begetables
Roast Of The Day
Fresh Roast of the day served with potatoes and vegetables & Homemade Gravy
Seanachaí Comeragh Irish Stew
Traditional lamb stew, pearl barley, seasonal vegetables.
Beef and Guinness Casserole
Slow cooked pieces of beef braised in Guinness
Chicken Curry with Rice
Fish Dishes
Baked salmon with a Dill Cream sauce
Served with potatoes and Vegetables
Deep Fried Fish & Chips
 Golden Fried Fish in a beer batter, tartare Sauce
Selection of Homemade desserts


Saturday night at An Seanachai

Great night at An Seanachaí Saturday last with piper David Power and a whole lot more talent present. Will let the pictures tell the story

Storytelling Night for the month of May

Storytelling continues at An Seanachai this Saturday night, pop up and join in. Great music & great song with a few sceals thrown in. Kick off at 9.30pm.

Make a night of it and book in for dinner call 05846755.

All Ireland Piper Caoimhin O Fearghail

Great Storytelling session at An Seanachai  Saturday 11th May. TG4 Young Musician of the year piper Caoimhin O Fearghaill entertained as did numerous other very talented singers and musicians. Joe of course continued with his unusual song both through english and Irish. Storytelling continues every two weeks throughout the summer watch this space for the next event.

About An Seanachaí Bar & Restaurant

An Seanachaí Bar & Restaurant has remained unspoilt by the advances of the twenty first century and has remained one of the great traditional Irish pubs and eating houses. An Seanachaí continues a tradition that began way back in the mid 1800's during the famine years.
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