Inish Fusion

It was the first time I had been – or at least the first time I had eaten at Inish Fusion. I did go once before to book on a Saturday and found it was already booked out.

It was my son’s 16th birthday so I went with him and his sister to Inish Fusion on Wednesday but it was closed – as was the Town Clock.

So, it was a takeaway instead.

In The End

However, we finally made it there last night.

The staff are genuinely friendly and put you at your ease. They are not just functionary food-servers.

What I noticed straight away is that there is a very relaxed atmosphere. It’s not like one the of those restaurants which are a little stilted and make you feel il-at-ease.


Service was good. We had our menus and drinks pretty quickly as well as our order.

I had the haddock for the main course. It was done a little easier than you would get in a fish and chip shop and the batter lighter. It was good.

The chips are very good in there too. I like a good thick well-cooked chip rather than the skinny little ones that are almost potato-free that you get in McDonalds.

Early Bird

My daughter had a Thai Red Curry which she ate up even though it was a large portion.

We were told beforehand that because one item was missing from the Early Bird menu one would be added.

That was the Minute Steak done in Pepper Sauce. My son had that and enjoyed it.

My daughter forsook the desserts but my son and I both had the Knickerbocker Glory which was magnificent.


We enjoyed ourselves so much that we stayed on and had an extra drink at the end after our food had been cleared away and the bill paid.

Everything was kept going very well by our friendly and helpful waitress Amanda.

The early Bird Special was very good value at €16 for three courses. I had vegetable soup as my first course.

The early Bird goes from 4:30pm to 6:30pm.

The food was good, the staff friendly and helpful and the ambience relaxed.

It’s the first time that I’ve been there but I would definitely go again.