Anyone Eaten at the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett?
We were driving around the south coast of Massachusetts last weekend and went by the Kinsale Inn in Mattapoisett at one point. I had been in there awhile back (I think it used to be called the Mattapoisett Inn?), checking out the atmosphere (nice) and the menu, but we never got a chance to eat there. Has anyone tried it? If so, what items on the menu are worth trying? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 4/26/07 by hiddenboston)
Good stuff all around. Authentic Irish tavern. Classic menu, great atmosphere. I live in NJ but my inlaws live in the south coast area and I'm at the Kinsale Inn whenever I'm up there. Go. You will not be disappointed!
(Posted on 2/11/08)
I'm local and have eaten there quite a bit. They have the best corned beef and cabbage that I have had in years. Also on the cold winter nights their lamb stew is great with a Guinness. The people that work there are consistently friendly. All in all it's a good casual way to enjoy an Irish meal....
(Posted on 12/5/08)
lynne laber wrote:
We all were very disappointed in quality and quantity of food. Very depressing atmosphere. Felt like we were in a basement. Atmosphere is depressing. Just because it is Mattapoisett...doesn't mean it's quality. We were so looking forward to Easter brunch, and bragging to our out of town guests about Kinsale, thinking it was the same or similar to Matt. Inn standards. Not so. We were embarrassed. Good bar though. They should concentrate on the bar and leave the dining aspect to others.
(Posted on 4/14/09)
I think the Kinsale Inn provides very good and creative fare at a reasonable price and all served in a traditional style Irish setting. The staff are exceptionally friendly and adroit - even the management staff come about to ensure customer satisfaction. I am a regular so I might be a bit biased!
(Posted on 10/2/09)
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