The menu is not very descriptive. It was not very good food, and it was overpriced. I had been told by a local to go to Nana's for the corned beef sandwich with cabbage, but to share one, because they are large. We went, and we ordered corned beef sandwiches to share, and because the menu didn't mention that it came with anything, also ordered a "salad as a meal" with grilled chicken, and a shepherd's pie. The corned beef sandwiches were only normal-sized, and the supermarket bread it was made from was greasy on the outside from frying them, quite unnecessary and unappealing. The corned beef inside was good. The sandwich came with french fries, albeit good ones, though unadvertised and undesired! I guess one is to expect that in a pub, but none of us had understood that fries were involved. A little blob of good cole slaw adorned the plate, as well.
The "salad as a meal" seemed like iceberg lettuce, though it was just pale, tasteless romaine, and the chicken did not appear to have been grilled--- just cold, clean sliced chicken breast, and a couple of halved hard boiled eggs, and grated cheese. This was overpriced and decidedly not anything to write home about. It did not bode well for the shepherd's pie, which came last, and turned out to also be a disappointment, a small dish of unimpressive ingredients, no crust, or something like $12. They have beer on tap. The Guinness was normal and cold. We tried some hard cider that was rather flat and weak.
I will not go back there again, not when there are better restaurants very close by, such as Cafe Mundo and The Sylvia Beach Hotel restaurant and others, where one gets a pleasantly memorable meal for one's money. I wanted to throttle, or at least question, the local informant who had steered me away from a better meal to this unfortunate kitchen.
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