My husband and I visited on Saturday 7th dec. hadn't booked so took a chance and popped in there around 4pm. Happened to get a table immediately although you could see it was very busy. The table had a reserved sign but i think this is to save tables for people to eat. My husband had a juplier beer to start and I had the house blonde beer. Both nice but juplier was better. We then had the creamy tomato soup with mini meatballs which was delicious. Would be lovely with some crusty bread but not needed if having as a starter. I then had the lamb stew which was exceptional. Big chunks of lamb that melts in your mouth with rich gravy and a potato and cheese gratin. My husband had the sliced chicken and mushroom again very tasty but a little too salty for me. Another beer each on top and the meal was €63. Would def recommend
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