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Food at Ryans Beggars Bush
Ryans Beggars Bush – Menus & Wine List

Here at Ryan’s Beggars Bush we provide great food all throughout the day,
have a look at our menus below and see what’s on offer..

Early Morning

Breakfast at The Beggars

Served Monday to Friday from 10.30am

Ryans Beggars Bush & Bretzel Bakery

Bagels, Danish Pastries, Muffins and Croissants

Freshly baked and delivered daily from The Bretzel Bakery

Selection of home baked fruit scones

We serve freshly brewed fair trade coffees and a selection of herbal teas

Coffee to go available through the day

Lunch Menu

Lunch Menu
Served Monday to Friday 12.30pm – 4pm

Daily house specials, homemade soups, toasted sandwiches.
Try our smoked salmon on granary bread with a cucumber and celery salad or a tuna with emmental cheese ciabatta

Beggars Bush - Salmon & Granary

Evening Menu

Afternoon/Evening Menu
Served Wednesday to Friday 5pm – 10pm
Saturday/Sunday 1pm – 10pm


Avocado and juicy cold water Prawns
coated with a Marie Rose sauce served on a tossed Salad ( 2, 3 ) € 7.95
Beer Match:Kinsale Pale Ale.
Wine Match:Tocornal Sauvignon Blanc

Homemade Soup of the Day €4.25
Served with Bretzel Bakery granary Bread ( 1 )

Smoked Salmon
on a bed of baby leaves garnished red Onion and Capers (1, 4 ) €6.50
Beer Match: Bru Lager
Wine Match: Keenans unoaked Chardonnay

Beef Tomato and Mozzarella Salad
dressed with fresh basil and a balsamic reduction(1,7) €5.25
Beer Match: Mc Ivors Cider Dry
Wine Match: Vicars choice Sauvignon Blanc

Homemade Chicken Liver Pate
served with Cumberland sauce and toast (1)
Beer Match: Hop House 13
Wine match: Marquis De Riscal 1860

All starters served with a choice of brown breads

Main Courses

The Bush panfried 10oz Sirloin Steak
served with a Jack Ryan Whiskey sauce and chunky fries ( 7 ) €19.95
Beer Match: O Hara’s Red Ale
Wine Match: Torres Ibericos

Chicken Supreme
stuffed with baked Ham and Swiss Cheese garnished with Baby Potatoes ( 3, 7 ) €13.50
Beer Match: Bru Rua.
Wine Match: Marquis De Riscal 1860

Poached Kilmore Quay Salmon
served with fresh Asparagus, hollandaise sauce and baby Potatoes ( 4, 3 ) €14.00
Beer Match: Fox Rock Pale Ale
Wine Match: Tocornal Sauvignon Blanc

Beggars Bush Burger Stack
8oz 100% Irish Beef burger layered with tomato, mature Cheddar Cheese and crispy Bacon served with our house salad and chunky fries ( 7 ) €12.50
Beer Match: Blacks IPA
Wine Match: Tocornal Cabernet Sauvignon

Seafood Platter
Oak smoked salmon, dressed Crab meat, Atlantic Prawns and peppered Mackerel fillets served with a mixed leaf salad and dressings ( 2, 14 ) €16.00
Beer Match: Fox Rock Pale Ale.
Wine Match: Villa La Lago Pinot Grigio

Vegetarian Bruschetta Trio ( 1 ) €6.00
Beer Match: McIvors Cider medium.
Wine Match: Santa Digna Rose

The Beggars Bush Bites
Fancy a quick bite or party nibbles? The BBB is the ticket.
Chicken goujons, cocktail sausages and fries. €9.00
Served with a selection of house relishes
Enjoy the BBB with a pitcher of Cider sangria €15.00

Ryans Beggar’s Bush take great pride in sourcing the best of Irish products and are proud to be
associated with the following suppliers:

Ryans Beggars Bush & Bretzel BakeryAtlantisSeafoods

Richie Doyle & Sons, Master Butcher, Wexford

Allergens List
1.Gluten 2.Crustacean 3.Eggs 4.Fish 5.Peanuts 6.Soybeans 7.Milk (including lactose) 8.Nuts 9.Celery 10.Mustard 11.Sesame seeds 12.Sulphur dioxide 13.Lupin 14.Molluscs

White Wines

Ryan’s Beggars Bush – White Wine List

Tocornal Sauvignon Blanc                     €5.50      €21.50

Sauvignon remains so popular and this wine shows why… Chile is one of the most environmentally friendly places on the planet and is a wine makers paradise. All of this is reflected in this crisp, dry, fruity white wine.  Try it with the avocado and Prawns or its natural match the salmon with asparagus yum…


Villa La Lago Pinot Grigio                      €5.75      €23.00

Everyone loves this Italian white. Pears and apples abound, a great sipping wine. Light and easy, try it with the seafood platter.

Keenan’s Bridge unoaked Chardonnay €5.95      €23.00

A great Aussie staple, nice tropical flavours and pure fruit without the heavy oak…

Try it with the smoked salmon or the chicken for a main

Vicar’s Choice Sauvignon Blanc            €6.25      €25.00

New Zealand took the world by storm a few years ago and this wine is a great example of the pure fruit that NZ achieves.  Clean and crisp with great aromatics its perfect with the spicy wings…

Santa Digna Rose                                   €5.95      €24.00

Nothing says summer like a glass of the pink stuff… made by Miguel Torres again but this time in Chile, it screams sunshine. Light and fruity, strawberries and raspberries, summer in a glass…

Try it with the bruschetta or one of our brunch dishes.


Red Wines

Ryan’s Beggars Bush – Red Wine List

Tocornal Cabernet Sauvignon               €5.50      €21.50

Another winner from the Tocornal stable, rich and full bodied but also silky smooth. A real great burger wine

Moreau Merlot                                        €5.75      €23.00

South of France Merlot, juicy, easy drinking red with tonnes of plummy yummy fruit in the glass, try it with the chicken

Tomaresca, Puglia                                  €5.95      €24.00

Big supple gorgeous Italian… rich dark cherry fruit, a dollop of spice and real smooth… try it with any of the meat dishes but especially the meaty burger.

Marquis de Riscal “1860” Tempranillo         €5.95      €24.00

Spanish wine is at the heart of Irish wine drinking. We love it… rich and spicy, smooth and luscious and a sip will bring you to hot summer nights…fab with the chicken

Torres Ibericos Rioja                              €6.25     €25.00

Migeul Torres has singlehandedly put Spanish wine on the map…this is his offering from rioja and a true masterpiece… silky smooth,  a big dollop of spicy vanilla & black fruit. A real moreish wine… Perfect with the beef

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