GLOBAL VILLAGE Fine Dining and On the Street
Global Village Restaurant is closed, reopening March 2022 .
Award Winning Global Village Dingle
Our menu displays our commitment to local provenance; fresh fish from inshore local fisherman, fresh meat from farmers who operate a sustainable farming policy and the seasonal vegetables grown in the Global Village chemical free vegetable garden.
Modern methods, touched by tradition, bring the purest local ingredients to life in a harmony of taste and tone.
Best Emerging Irish Cuisine - RAI
Ranked as the best emerging Irish cuisine in 2014 and best restaurant in Kerry in 2013, by the Restaurant Association of Ireland.
Our Michelin recommended food can be found
in the heart of Dingle.
Vegetables for our Vegan diners
Our garden is situated on Mount Eagle, the most westerly mountain on the Dingle Peninsula. Our vegetables are grown on a sandstone bedrock and washed by fresh Atlantic rain.
Irish Fish and Shellfish
Fresh fish and seafood from Dingle are sourced from inshore local fisherman
Fresh Meat from local Farmers
Our fresh meat is sourced from farmers who operate a sustainable farming policy on the Dingle Peninsula.
Martin Bealin and Nuala Cassidy opened the Global Village restaurant in 1997. Due to the lifitng of restrictions, We are accepting indoor dining bookings for dates from Monday the 5th of July. However, this could change if further guidelines are announced.
Chef and Failte Ireland food ambassador
Slopes of Mount Eagle
Front of House
From Global Village Garden
Mc Kenna's 100 Best Restaurants in Ireland 2020
Martin Bealin is a major force in Dingle's culinary identity, and in Global Village the chef cooks the dishes that personify not just the very best County Kerry eating, but the very best Dingle peninsula eating – Dingle Bay crab in a whiskey bisque; his own garden greens in a salad with Dingle Peninsula cheese; Dingle prawns with garden pak choi; rillette of beef cheek with smoked potato; Blasket Sound lobster with herb and garlic butter. Over two decades, Martin Bealin has polished his locavorism philosophy, bringing everything closer to home, and this is some of the most seductive food you can eat, in a town packed with great places to eat. A makeover has created a simpler, less formal room, and everything works just perfectly...Read More
MICHELIN Guide 2021
A homely restaurant with a laid-back feel. Despite having visited 42 countries, the chef likes to keep things local, with meat and vegetables from the peninsula. The local fish dishes are fantastic.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors
A homely restaurant with a laid-back feel. Despite having visited 42 countries, the chef likes to keep things local, with meat and vegetables from the peninsula. The local fish dishes are fantastic. - MICHELIN guide inspectorsRead More