We took our son to see the Leprechaun clothes, had a pint and the best Chicken Kiev we've ever eaten. Service was excellent and the atmosphere was cozy. Great place!
In pj's today with a friend for lunch. Both of us very happy with it. Have eating here many times & always 100% with both service & food. So it's deff time I wrote a review. It's a must if your in Carlingford.
Arrived in looking for food and was given a table immediately. Great food and a great atmosphere. Portion size was too big but so tasty. Very friendly staff
Carlingford is off the beaten track, but if you are in the general area it is well worth the drive out for the views and a visit to PJ's. Great atmosphere and really good local food. Service is friendly and you never feel rushed. It can be very busy in the summer.
I had a great weekend in carlingford until i had lunch on sunday afternoon in Pj O' Hares when i had the chicken pasta and got food poisining and the person the served me was no ways nice she wore glasses that's as much as how i will describe her...i'm off work for the week due to the food so... More
Stopped into PJ O Hares on the way back from a vist up North.Boyfriend and I ordered 2 chowders and a seafood pasta linguini and a salmon with prawns.Soup was around 8 euro and mains near enough the 20 mark which I thought to be a tad steep!Aside from this both our mains were delicious and there was loads on... More
Fantastic food friendly staff, went for weekend to Carlingford for birthday celebrations had a brilliant time. The food was first class and the service excellent there was 19 of us and we had a great night the music was very good. we will definitely be back :)
Called into PJs last Friday for the first time and really enjoyed the experience. Its a lovely quaint, old public house that does extremely good food. Ordered two tapas (crab claws and prawn bruschetta) and both dishes were delicious, washed our food down with two very cold beers and thorough enjoyed both. Staff here are lovely, couldn't be nicer, so... More
Enter via a little shop to a longish bar with a roaring open fire at the far end. Lunch menu was excellent with the best ever fish chowder. And the Guinness is good too. There's an outdoor beer garden but not for January and a little snug off the main bar. The building looks like it's been around for ever.... More
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