Brabazon trades in modern Irish fare, all seasonal and wholesome, with wild halibut, roast duck, and potato and black truffle soup featuring on their star menu. The building was once a cow shed, but it’s much cosier these days, with mismatching tables and mirrors picked up by the antique-hunting owner. There’s also a bistro in the old corn house, with exposed brick walls, a wood-burning fire, tucked-away bar and leather stools; it has a pub-style menu of steak sandwiches and fish pie. Both restaurants close on Monday and Tuesday. On these days, the hotel offers a ‘dinner à la cart’ menu, delivered to your door in a heated picnic basket and a matching cart. Alternatively, order from the same menu but ask to eat by the fire in one of the main house's reception rooms.
There's a bar in the bistro serving a selection of ales and cocktails, as well as an honesty bar in the main house – this room's a knockout, with aubergine walls, a velvet sofa and vast windows overlooking the drive.
Both restaurants are closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. Breakfast is served between 8.30am and 10.30am; lunch is midday until 6pm; dinner is served until 10pm.
A dedicated menu and food from Brabazon can be delivered up to your room until 10pm.