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King Sitric Fish Restaurant

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East Pier, Howth, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
T: +353(0)1832 5235
F: +353(0)1839 2442
E: info@kingsitric.ie

King Sitric Fish Restaurant, a favourite for 40 years, overlooks scenic Howth Harbour which is in easy reach of Dublin city. Known for freshly-caught seafood, game, lamb, beef & a large wine list. East Café Bar & hotel accomodation are also on site.

King Sitric Fish Restaurant, a favourite for 40 years, overlooks scenic Howth Harbour which is in easy reach of Dublin city.

King Sitric is known for freshly-caught seafood of all kinds, Irish game (from County Wicklow), lamb, beef & an extensive wine list.

Also on site is the East Café Bar for refreshments & casual dining – no need to reserve, just come along.

King Sitric’s Guesthouse Accommodation consists of 8 bedrooms, all with seaviews.

Current Hours of Opening are:

King Sitric
Dinner
Wed – Sat from 6.30pm
Sunday 1.00 – 5.00pm
Closed Tuesday

East Café Bar
10.30am till late every day, except Tuesday

Children’s Portions are also provided.

Private Room is available for groups of 15/30 people.

You may choose from the Ala Carte Menu,
a 2-, 3-or 4-course Dinner Menu or
a 2- or 3-course Sunday Menu or
try the special Game menu, with fresh venison, pheasant or duck supplied by Wild Irish Game, Glenmalure, Co. Wicklow.

Howth is easily accessed from Dublin City Centre via the D.A.R.T. train or by Dublin Bus 31(a)(b). It is about 25 minutes from Dublin Airport.

Howth is rich in scenery, walks and history. It is lovely to walk around the harbour to the nearby lighthouse, watch the birds & wild sea lions and browse the seafood shops. Or explore nearby Howth village and the Abbey ruins. For the more ambitious trekker, Howth offers 9 km of walking trails along scenic cliffs. The Howth transport museum exhibits an extensive collection of antique vehicles. Howth Castle nearby offers a cookery school, and the Deer Park public golf course is popular, with a hidden ancient dolmen and rhododendrons in bloom in late May.