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The Oarsman Carrick On Shannon is known around the Leitrim and beyond for its outstanding food. Award winning restaurant who are passionate about sourcing from the source, from as local as possible bringing the best artisan ingredients.
The restaurant has won coveted awards like Georgina Campbell’s Ireland Guide Best Pub with Food, National Hospitality Awards Best Pub Food & Waterways Ireland Hospitality Award. The Oarsman is one of only19 dining pubs in Ireland to be included in The Michelin Guide to Eating out in Pubs.
They have taken the pandemic head on and have not lied down, implementing a click and collect service and a deli shop during the day selling a selection of foods and take away snacks and all to the Oarsman standard as they know how.
Located in the heart of Carrick on Shannon in County Leitrim, 10 minutes from Boyle and 30 minutes from Sligo.
The food at the the Oarsman differs from lunch to dinner at lunch gourmet sandwiches, juicy burgers and wraps. A favourite selection of ours is the Andarl Farm pulled pork burger juicy, succulent and packed with flavour. Even more impressive is the homemade brioche bun soft, springy and perfectly buttery.
The evenings at Oarsman certainly have a fancier feel with upmarket fine dining, with fancier food and artistic presentation. A firm favourite of ours was the pressed and slow cooked pork belly the respect given to the pork is certainly been shown. slow cooked, flavoursome and melt in the mouth.
Chicken wings at the Oarsman are also a hit although maybe not known for being a fine dining dish the flavour pumped into the wings and the blue cheese sauce are so tasty and like any good wing very moreish.
Restaurant Wednesday to Saturday 5 – 9
Shop and Click and Collect Wednesday to Saturday 12 – 6
The Oarsman Carrick on Shannon Website
Bridge Street, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim, Ireland
Owners Tom and Rosaleen are the seventh generation of their family in the hospitality industry. With this they bring together a huge amount experience within the industry and to this business.
Craft beers have become a popular hit at the Oarsman with an ever changing selection of Irish independent brewers.
For us a firm favourite and one we visit many times, and a place which holds great standards and consistency.