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Lunch at the Absolute Hotel

*Due to Level 5 restrictions and Irish Government guidelines, Harry’s on the River is closed to non-residents.

Harry’s on the River Bar & Restaurant is a stylish location to meet with friends or colleagues.
Floor to ceiling windows offers a bright location with lots of natural daylight. The large windows offer uninterrupted views of the Abbey River.

The comfortable seating, free fast WIFI and relaxed atmosphere make it a favourite meeting point for a working lunch and for local business people.
It is also a popular meeting point for groups of friends or families to sit and relax while having the Abbey River ever-present in the background.

Seasonal, fresh and local produce is key to the popularity of the Absolute Hotel’s lunch offering. Friendly and a professional team make the experience personable which is why Harry’s on the River enjoy welcoming back guests time and time again.

Some popular dishes include homemade soup served with our homemade mixed seed brown soda bread, from the burger corner the Absolute signature burger with our very own homemade ketchup and the ultimate favourite fish & chips. If you have a sweet tooth then the mint chocolate marquise with raspberry, hazelnut praline and milk ice cream with caramel is worth every bite.

We have various options of coeliac friendly items on the menu. 

Lunch opening times:
12.30 pm to 3 pm Monday - Friday, 1 pm Saturday & Sunday

Booking is required.

*Alcohol can be served with food only.
**Maximum dining time is 105 minutes 

Morning pastries and our famous homemade scones are available from 7.30 am until 5 pm. 

For bookings or inquiries call 061 463600 email info@absolutehotel.com
 

Taking care of you during Covid-19

We want to put your mind at ease and advise you of the additional health and safety measures we’re taking to help keep our guests and employees safe.
The Absolute Hotel Limerick have completed Fáilte Ireland’s Infection Prevention Control for Tourism Businesses course and are operating in line with current Government public health advice.

For more information on our “Taking Care of You” guidelines, please click here >.