Enniscrone Restaurants Guide: 8 Mighty Places To Eat In Enniscrone Tonight

best restaurants in Enniscrone
Photo left via Waterfront House and Restaurant. Photo right via Pizzeria La Piazzetta on Facebook

In search of the best restaurants in Enniscrone? Our Enniscrone restaurants guide will make your belly happy!

Whether you’re looking for a delicious brunch after a morning spent tackling the many things to do in Enniscrone or a relaxing dinner with friends, there’s no shortage of restaurants in Enniscrone fine feed.

In the guide below, you’ll discover the best Enniscrone restaurants on offer, with a little bit of something to tickle every fancy.

Our favourite restaurants in Enniscrone

Enniscrone Restaurants guide
Photos via Ocean Sands Hotel

The first section of our guide to the best restaurants in Enniscrone tackles our favourite places to eat in Enniscrone.

These are pubs and restaurants that we (one of the Irish Road Trip team) have munched away in at some point over the years. Dive on in!

1. Gilroy’s Bar and Ait Eile Restaurant

Gilroy’s Bar Enniscrone
Photos via Gilroy’s Bar on Facebook

The award-winning Ait Eile Restaurant is one of our go-tos in Enniscrone for a bit of grub that never fails to delight the tastebuds. 

Ait Eile is well-known for its locally sourced produce and fresh seafood, particularly it’s seafood linguine and crispy cod. The desert here is also the business (give the orange starfruit cheesecake if it’s on the menu).

The fact that you can nip into Gilroy’s pub after is the icing on the cake (Guinness fans – you’ll be glad to know that the pints here are creamy and perfectly poured). This is one of our favourite restaurants in Sligo for a reason.

2. The Pilot Bar

The Pilot Bar
Photos via the Pilot Bar on Facebook

For a great gastropub on Main Street, the Pilot Bar boats great food and an infectious atmosphere that will keep you returning time and time again.

It serves up delicious pub grub, with popular options including seafood chowder, a variety of pizzas and ‘the usuals’, like burgers and classic fish and chips. 

The bar also serves up a superb Guinness, so if you’re looking for a post-surf drink, the Pilot Bar is worth a look.

3. Spicy Affair Indian Restaurant

spicy Affair indian restaurant
Photo via Spicy Affair Indian Restaurant

For some truly delicious Indian food, Spicy Affair never disappoints. The food on offer here is the finest South Asia has to offer.

If you’re not a fan of spicy food, don’t fret – the menu here has plenty of options to choose from with everything from Curries and Biryanis to juicy prawns, veggie dishes and much more on offer.

Located just off the main street, it’s a nice alternative to pub grub and you can even opt for take away if you fancy kicking back with a feed out by the sea.

Related read: Check out our guide to the best things to do in Enniscrone (with everything from walks and surfing to pitch and putt and more).

3. The Ocean Bar

Ocean Bar
Photos via Ocean Sands Hotel

The reason this place is one of our favourites is actually nothing to do with the food, but it’s incredible beachfront location. Looking straight out onto Enniscrone Beach, it has an unbeatable view for a meal or a drink with friends.

That’s not to say that the food isn’t good, in fact, they serve up some very tasty dishes, with lunch and dinner available.

You can expect to find everything from roast pork and fresh seafood to delicious curries on the menu here. All of which is sourced from high quality local suppliers. 

Places to eat in Enniscrone with excellent reviews

great places to eat in Enniscrone
Photo via Waterfront House and Restaurant

As you’ve probably gathered at this stage, there’s an almost endless number of great places to eat in Enniscrone.

If you’re still not sold on any of the previous choices, the section below is packed with some more highly-reviewed Enniscrone restaurants.

1. Tracey’s Café

Tracey’s Enniscrone
Photos via Tracey’s Café on Facebook

One of the most popular places to head for brunch is Tracey’s Café and Surf Shop. You literally can’t miss this place, with its bright green exterior on the corner of the main street in Enniscrone. 

Reviews rave about the all-day breakfast menu, as well as the juices, smoothies, homemade cakes and fantastic coffee.

It’s opened every day of the week from 9.30am to 5pm, along with its onsite surf shop if you need to grab something before you hit the water.

2. Pizzeria La Piazzetta

Pizzeria enniscrone
Photos via Pizzeria La Piazzetta on Facebook

Located right in the centre of town, this pizzeria has almost perfect reviews for its traditional-style pizza, at the time of typing.

If you’re not into pizza, they also serve other classic Italian dishes including risotto and pasta, with an extensive wine list and good coffee to go along with it. Basically, everything that you could want from an Italian restaurant you’ll get here. 

Related read: Check out our guide to the best hotels in Enniscrone (with something to suit most budgets).

3. The Coral

The Coral
Photos via Diamond Coast Hotel

The Coral is a popular spot that you’ll find inside the 4-star Diamond Coast Hotel. The elegant restaurant is known for its local produce, including delicious seafood and meat dishes.

Visitors here can expect everything from seared chicken supreme and roast of the day to Thai curries, char grilled port Teriyaki and much more.

It’s the perfect place to head for the whole family whether you’re a guest at the hotel or not. They offer an affordable menu, with a separate and substantial kid’s menu for the little ones too. 

4. Enniscrone Golf Club Bar and Restaurant

Enniscrone Golf Club
Photos via Café Del Mara on Facebook

Convenient for those playing a round of golf, the bar and restaurant at the golf club in Enniscrone is a popular place to head for some good food.

The chef and team here serve up high quality dishes crafted with locally sourced produce with breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.

The menu offers a range of classic meals including seafood chowder, steak, burgers and all-day cooked breakfasts. Serving sizes are generous and the prices are pretty fair.

5. Waterfront House and Restaurant

Waterfront House
Photo via Waterfront House and Restaurant

Located just out of town on Cliff Road, this restaurant is located inside a gorgeous property that overlooks the ocean. You can opt for breakfast, lunch and dinner, here.

All the food is locally sourced where possible and they also offer a vegetarian menu for those looking to go meat-free.

The Waterfront gets incredible reviews for the service and their delicious meals, so for a quiet meal out of town it’s a great option. 

What tasty Enniscrone restaurants have we missed?

I’ve no doubt that we’ve unintentionally left out some other great restaurants in Enniscrone from the guide above.

If you have a favourite Enniscrone restaurant that you’d like to recommend, drop a comment into the comments section below.

FAQs about the best restaurants in Enniscrone

We’ve had a lot of questions over the years asking about everything from what are the best restaurants in Enniscrone for a fancy feed to which Enniscrone restaurants are nice and chilled.

In the section below, we’ve popped in the most FAQs that we’ve received. If you have a question that we haven’t tackled, ask away in the comments section below.

What are the best places to eat in Enniscrone?

I’d argue that the best Enniscrone restaurants are Spicy Affair Indian Restaurant, The Pilot Bar and Gilroy’s Bar and Ait Eile Restaurant.

What Enniscrone restaurants are good for a fancy meal?

Both the Waterfront House and Restaurant and Ait Eile are great places to eat in Enniscrone if you fancy something a little more formal.

What are the best restaurants in Enniscrone for something casual and tasty?

It’s hard to beat Tracey’s Café and Pizzeria La Piazzetta when it comes to Enniscrone restaurants that lean more towards the casual side of things.

Elisha is a freelance writer, content creator and blogger and her work can be read in Lonely Planet, Remote Lands and Matador Network. You’ll usually find her travelling in offbeat places or hiking wherever there are mountains; always with a camera in hand.

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