Winner at Restaurant awards 2019
We recently won the “Best Emerging Irish Cuisine” award at the Irish Restaurant Awards.
This award goes to the restaurant that displays a genuine commitment to actively influencing the future of Irish cuisine by encouraging us to try something new, while simultaneously reminding us of our heritage.
Cooking of outstanding ingredients, lovely service and a great atmosphere
“Styled café restaurant, No 35 has a pleasing emphasis on sociability and accessibility, with plenty of sharing plates on appealing modern menus. But the key focus is on ingredients – with Dermot’s own free range Saddleback pork, produced a mile up the road at their farm, playing the starring role in a range of dishes from starters like pates and terrines or tender pork belly spring rolls to delicious meatballs served with fresh pasta.
Cooking of outstanding ingredients, lovely service and a great atmosphere make this restaurant stand out – no wonder everybody loves it.”
Georgina Campbell’s Irelands Best Places To Eat
Most atmospheric little restaurant
“Kenmare An Leith Phingin Eile: some nice cooking is taking place in this most atmospheric little restaurant.”
John Mc Kenna, Bridgestone Guide
The food is terrific
“The atmosphere is lovely and relaxed with its open stone walls and pine ceilings and tables and the food is terrific. Una is very big into sourcing the best of local ingredients from Kerry – I have had their terrific Ring of Kerry Lamb in Irish stews and casseroles, racks and otherwise, and it has a flavour like none other. Using the best of local and Irish produce they serve their food in a very well judged way with eclectic modern influences – but you will never forget you are in Kerry.
At No. 35 – whatever you choose – you will get quality as well as value – ever more important nowadays – and you will come away feeling satisfied and happy.”
Lucinda O’Sullivan’s Ireland Great Places To Stay & Eat
“Premium champion pork hits the right note on a cold winter’s day”
Read our review by Katy McGuinness in the Irish Independent here.