| 12.2°C Dublin

Close

Premium

Lucinda O’Sullivan: From Roundwood to Laragh, there are treats and traditions for foodies to discover in Wicklow

With a glimmer of sun on the horizon, our critic heads for the hills and discovers some sensational spots in the Garden of Ireland

Close

"Set on seafood, we had the delicious lobster bisque (€9)" - at The Roundwood Inn in Wicklow. Picture by Lucinda O'Sullivan

"Set on seafood, we had the delicious lobster bisque (€9)" - at The Roundwood Inn in Wicklow. Picture by Lucinda O'Sullivan

The Roundwood Inn Special Seafood Platter, Salad & Brown Bread.

The Roundwood Inn Special Seafood Platter, Salad & Brown Bread.

The Wicklow Heather interior.

The Wicklow Heather interior.

/

"Set on seafood, we had the delicious lobster bisque (€9)" - at The Roundwood Inn in Wicklow. Picture by Lucinda O'Sullivan

‘Ne’er cast a clout till May is out’ is the old saying, and we’re almost there. Next weekend is the June bank holiday, and the flag will go up and see everyone racing to the highways and byways for the first big weekend of summer. However, after a couple of weeks of dreary weather and the sudden appearance of a fine sunny Sunday, I decided to jump the gun, taking off for the hills and mountains of the Garden of Ireland for a bit of fresh air, a peep into the happenings on the food scene, and perhaps a spot of lunch.

Close

The Roundwood Inn Special Seafood Platter, Salad & Brown Bread.

The Roundwood Inn Special Seafood Platter, Salad & Brown Bread.

The Roundwood Inn Special Seafood Platter, Salad & Brown Bread.

Roundwood Stores


Most Watched





Privacy