Mur­phy Brownes Restau­rant

The Kerryman (Tralee Edition) - - BUSINESS AWARDS 2018 -

FIRST opened in April 2018, Mur­phy Brownes Restau­rant pro­vides a whole­some and tasty ar­ray of food in the heart of Kil­lar­ney. It is well-de­signed and is com­mit­ted to cater­ing for a thriv­ing tourist and lo­cal trade. The restau­rant is also ded­i­cated to the con­cept of sourc­ing and pro­vid­ing lo­cal pro­duce that is served in a re­lax­ing set­ting.

De­nis Mur­phy and Deirdre Browne are both friends who came to­gether with the sole pur­pose of twin­ning their ex­per­tise and in­ter­est in culi­nary flare to make what is a truly unique ex­pe­ri­ence for din­ers. Train­ing is also an im­por­tant part of the set up with a hands on ap­proach taken across all ar­eas to en­sure in­no­va­tion in cus­tomer ser­vice and culi­nary skills. All pos­i­tive feed­back from cus­tomers is shared with the restau­rant’s team thus mak­ing ev­ery­one feel a part of the restau­rant’s suc­cess.

Even though it has only been in busi­ness for six months, the restau­rant em­ploys 10-15 peo­ple, sea­son de­pen­dant. The restau­rant has been com­pletely re­fur­bished and up styled by lo­cal trades­men, tilers, car­pen­ters and plum­bers. This is very much a lo­cal restau­rant with a lo­cal fo­cus, while sourc­ing its meat from the lo­cal butcher next door to the restau­rant, and veg­eta­bles from the lo­cal mar­ket, is also part of Mur­phy Brownes Restau­rant’s ethos.

The pro­pri­etors say they have not only reached their own six month suc­cess tar­get, but also feel they have given the peo­ple of Kerry a lit­tle more choice when din­ing out. Their plan is to grow the restau­rant based on hard work and pos­i­tiv­ity. They also wel­come any in­no­va­tive ad­vice from the pub­lic on how they can en­hance cus­tomer ser­vice and over­all din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. This is a restau­rant on an up­ward curve.

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