Enjoy contemporary cooking in a relaxed atmosphere with a great selection from light bites to evening meals as well as carefully selected daily specials.

The Old Imperial Hotel, built in the 18th Century is one of the oldest accommodations located in the heart of historic Youghal town.
careful blend of old world charm with all modern guest requirements.

At The Old Imperial Hotel, Youghal our ethos is to source local seasonal produce to use on all our menus. We are constantly striving to gather the best that our locality has to offer and present it to you our discerning guests.

opening Hours and menus

Thursday 12 noon – 9pm

Friday  9am – 11.30am for breakfast and 12 noon – 9pm

Saturday 9am – 11.30am for breakfast and 12 noon – 9pm

Sunday 9am – 11.30am for breakfast and 12 noon – 8pm

Monday 9am – 11.30am for breakfast and 12 noon -9pm

Closed Tuesday and Wednesday

At this time we would ask that all tables be booked ahead in order for us to maintain social distancing. You can call us on 024 92435 or email

Breakfast Menu July 2020

Lunch Menu July 2020

Evening Menu July 2020

Sunday Lunch Menu July 2020

For daily specials please see our Facebook/Instagram pages for details.

Picnic Boxes to share

Ultimate BBQ at Home Box

Heat at Home – Please call for details

All our menus are available to takeaway. You are welcome to place your order in advance of the day you wish to collect to avoid disappointment. Phone lines will open daily from 9am.

Payments can be taken over the phone.

Our priority as always is to protect the safety of our staff and our customers. So we ask if you are in any way feeling unwell that you rearrange your reservation for another day. This can be done by calling us on 024 92435. And we would ask that you please give us as much notice as possible. We are committed to continue taking action as advised by the HSE to ensure the safety of all.

We are very grateful for your continued support and understanding as we move forward in this next phase. 

Dan, Paul and all the Team

“In years to come let them say of us – when things were at their worst, they were at their best.” Leo Varadkar