The Red Cow Inn
Red Cow Moran Hotel, Clondalkin, Dublin

Cuisine:

Pub Grub
Based on 10 reviews


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Did you know that The Red Cow Inn boasts one of the longest carvery counters in Ireland? In addition to the selection of hand carved roasted meats and traditional accompaniments, there is an international foods section, plus a soup and salad counter. In the lounge there is daily a la carte breakfast and dinner menu to choose from too.
Introducing the brand new Red Cow Steakhouse & Grill!
Serving a variety of dishes from lite bites to five course steak dinners sure to satisfy the biggest of bellies!
All of our steaks are 28 day aged and come from the highest quality, 100% Irish beef. Also serving a variety of fish, poultry, vegetarian and pasta dishes, the Red Cow Steakhouse & Grill has a menu to suit every palette!
As one of the busiest roadhouses in the country the Red Cow Inn, located within the complex, boasts a considerable footfall of local and passing trade coming in for a quick or leisurely bite. Recently renovated this landmark pub now boasts one of the longest food counters in Europe serving traditional carvery, an extensive range of dishes from all over the world in its international foods section and a salad and sandwich counter.
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Posted 15th Sep 2018 by ORLA MACFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Ordered baked cod (specia) which was so dried out the edges were crunchy and rest of it like rubber. I would have mentioned it to the waiter if we were asked how everything was but unfortunately he wasn’t bothered. Had to request youngest child’s dessert twice and ask for bill twice. Really not impressed for such a reputable hotel. I would have complained there and then only husband treated family after a long day had by all and none of us needed the hassle. Definitely won’t go back. I’m giving it 2 stars as chips and husbands meal were fine.

Posted 7th May 2016 by JANETWALKER199274227598First Timer: 2 reviews

Got the turkey and I was disappointed as it was dry and thin and I think it's just processed but my friend got beef and that was amazing... Very child friendly and the service is great:)

Posted 18th Aug 2015 by D22First Timer: 31 reviews

Myself and my Partner went here after work on Friday for a bite to eat and although he enjoyed his, mine was awful! He has a club sandwich and chips which he enjoyed and I got fish and chips. I have never seen so much grease on battered fish before. I tried to use my napkins to soak it up but it was still saturated and I could not eat it. The staff noticed I had not eaten my fish and took it off the bill which was very nice of them. Will not be returning and for the poor quality of the food, its not cheap either. Over 15 Euro for fish and chips.

Posted 15th Oct 2014 by GEELONGMANFirst Timer: 26 reviews

I ordered sirloin steak, well done. Cannot complain. However this place is a regular inn overall. I did not expect too much and I did not get anything what would surprise me. Ok, for a random visit on the way out of Dublin.

Posted 24th Aug 2013 by BERRYBUNCH2First Timer: 1 reviews

Thank you for a most enjoyable evening. we had a lovely relaxed meal. food was excellent.
Service was excellant.
Staff were excellent and very friendly. the whole experience was great from start to finish. we got the voucher as a gift for our engagement and brought our son and nephew along. thanks a mil. we always go to the red cow inn as we always have a great time in there too. we had ongagement party and my 5oth there. we are thinking of having our wedding in your hotel.
Kind Regards

Posted 28th Mar 2013 by BERNARD COLGANNewbie: 3 reviews

I had lunch in the Red Cow today. My lunch was cold and when i complained the attitude of the staff was appalling. Food and service has being going downhill for months. I keep saying I wont be back, but as its 60 seconds walk from my office its handy. Well Im saying now I WONT BE BACK.

If you are thinking of stopping off for food, Micky D's down the road, horse burgers would be better.

Dont waste your time or hard earned money in the place

Posted 16th Aug 2011 by DEBURGOFirst Timer: 1 reviews

Second time I have eaten here in four days. We went to the steak house and ordered a nacho starter as starter to share, half way through eating our starter our main courses were delivered.
We order a bottle of red wine only to be informed the Wolf Blass was not available so we were given a Rosemount Shiraz at the same price.
We ordered desserts and another bottle of wine, after 10 minuets we were informed they had now run out of the wine we ordered.
We were given a choice of two alternatives neither of a good standard and told the price was the same. We took the cheap alternative and waited ten minuets but to no avail. Asked what the problem was and were told they had no corkscrew. After 20 minuets and no furter explaniation we decided to pay and leave. At no time was an apology offered and we were treated with indiffernce.
Food plentiful but poor qualility especially for the price, service was poor and would definetaly not eat here again!

Posted 15th Jun 2011 by GARDEMPConnoisseur: 19 reviews

Attended a large function for DDSL soccer coaches and players - had to be the worst food i've tasted in a long time... mas-produced mush - ham (or was it gammon?) would have made a nice pair of soles for my shoes... turkey was overly moist (they always do thadt in alrge fucntions to faciliate re-heating)... dreadful

service was efficient but not friendly

Room was neatly laid out

Before-hand Staff at receiption weren't tuned into those setting up the room and there was chaos in the main lobby where a few hundred guests stood in a throng while they waited for the room to be prepared.

Posted 12th Jun 2011 by DIARMUIDMURPHYGuru: 71 reviews

Dropped in here for a late dinner, found the menu to be wide and varied. Dined in the bar. Service was excellent and quick. Well recomend a visit.
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