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Here is a selection of reviews taken recently from Tripadvisor.com for The Jarvey's Rest.

Also our review from leading Irish food writer Lucinda O'Sullivan.

 

“Great pub! Worth a visit!”

Reviewed July 16 - Geraldine, New Zealand

The amount of people said it all as we came through the door, this place is great. Staff were friendly food was great and the live music was awesome. We are not big city people and liked the fact that there was plenty of parking and it wasn't too crazy to drive to! We had a great night! Thanks, if we weren't from the other side of the world we would be back!!

Worth a visit”

Reviewed June 2016 - John, Wexford 

We dropped in to the Jarvey's on the way back from Muckross House as my wife liked the idea of the benches outside in the sun.We ordered food from a very nice and friendly young lady.. Mirian. The food was served fairly fast and was lovely. We then went on up to torc waterfall and on the way back dropped in again as we were very impressed with the service first time around.We will definitely be calling again on our next visit to Killarney.

“Solid Irish experience ”

Reviewed May 2016 - Heather, San Diego
The food was very good, the location was only bit outside of town but worth the short trip. The atmosphere was very authentic with out being crowded. The service was fantastic and attentive...thank you Anna! The icing on the cake was the entertainment. I don't know if it's every night, but the calibre was really unexpected for a restaurant.... The Irish dancers were wonderful, one of them being retired from the River Dance troupe as was as a national champion

“Great Traditional Irish music and dance”

Reviewed May 2016 - ST, Alabama

The food here is good but the small band singing a selection of Irish songs and the two girls performing "Riverdance" style is what made it a favorite of the people with our tour group. They even got the audience involved which made it very special for the members of our group whose families had migrated to America from Ireland so were familiar with the songs and dance of the country.

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