We went to Murph’s Tavern in East Ferry for lunch today as there was nothing to eat at home prior to heading off to Duquesa tomorrow. Elaine and Henry kept us company. It was an added bonus that draught Heineken was available and no washing up to do after. East Ferry is located in East Cork a short distance beyond Midleton.
The restaurant is in a beautiful picturesque setting in Lower Cork Harbour overlooking the estuary.
There is a great ramp for wheelchair access which will accommodate all those with accessibility issues. The food and drink were great. Jean & Elaine had Clonakilty Black Pudding Salad while Henry had soup. I had Ballycotton Hake goujons while the others Roast Beef which was capped off with 4 exceptionally tasty desserts. Some wine, Heineken and Capuchinos added that little extra to the meal.
There is a wheelchair accessible toilet but it is very cramped and even though the door is outward opening space is still tight. There is parking available in front of the restaurant.
All in all well worth a visit and we will certainly return.