Savour the sights, sounds and aromas of the Dingle peninsula, or Corca Dhuibhne as it is known in Irish.

Idás celebrates the flavours of the locality with a unique West Kerry dining experience.

Our menus showcase both foraged ingredients & prime, local produce.

About idás

My great-grandfather, Pádraig Ó Coileáin, was known by his nickname ‘Idá’. He was born and reared in the village of An Mhuiríoch in Corca Dhuibhne, where I spent many summers of my childhood and have now made my home.

In coming up with a name for our restaurant, I wanted to reflect my association with the area, so, ‘idás’ it was! Little did I know the inherent meaning the name would come to have in the development of both our style of cooking and relationship with the locality. It gave the restaurant a sense of place.

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Food Philosophy

Our food endeavours to celebrate the Dingle Peninsula on a plate. We forage many wild ingredients locally and work constantly with local suppliers and food producers, all the while progressing with the seasons.

In marrying both classic and modern cooking techniques, we offer well-balanced, clean and interesting flavour profiles with a keen, artistic eye on presentation.

Kevin Murphy.
Head Chef & Proprietor.

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