Review on Inch House
Sitting proud amidst 250 acres of fertile Tipperary farmland, Inch House was built in 1720 for John Ryan - one of the local landed gentry. It remained in his family until John and Nora Egan arrived and began to transform the near-derelict building into a prestigious country hotel and restaurant.
Enjoy a pre-prandial drink in the splendid William Morris-style drawing room with its original wallpaper, stained glass window and ornate plasterwork ceiling before proceeding to the elegant restaurant. Fixed-price dinner menus change every two weeks and meals run to four courses plus coffee.
A fruit sorbet or cream soup open proceedings before a 'thimble' of smoked salmon stuffed with crabmeat or homemade black and white pudding served with poppy seeds, caramelised onions and sherry vinegar sauce. For main course, you might be offered a duo of salmon and sea bass with leek and white wine sauce or roast rack of Tipperary lamb with herb stuffing and mint sauce. Homemade desserts close the show and the wine list has a decent international spread.
Restaurant Opening Times
Dinner: 6.00 - 9.30pm Tue-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card