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A typically traditional pub in the afternoons, not too busy, is transformed at night, particularly at the weekend, to a very popular place indeed. Part of the attraction is the rear of the pub, Fibber Magee, where traditional music is played. To cope with the...More
What a fabulous night we had Robinson’s on the first Saturday after the New Year. There was a really nice atmosphere in the place. We sat at the back bar and every person who stood near while ordering a drink chatted away and asked how...More
Visited here with my husband food was very nice.Pity the same couldnt be said about the staff, our first visit to Belfast.Staff no way friendly even when asking for bill didnt even respond let the place down
I've been in this bar a few times. Never a favourite. I find it dark and unwelcoming.
We went to a have a drink with extended family one weekday afternoon with my teenage girls. We were told after we had ordered our drinks that the...More
I went to the bar on first floor and was directed to lift or stairs to the bistro politely. Within a few minutes directed to a cabin seater. I did initially have to wave and attract attention due to staff been extremely busy due to...More
Our group of five tried to have Sunday dinner at Robinsons Pub and were seated on the second floor. We were given menus and ordered in a timely manner. Everything went downhill from there. We asked water snd after waiting 15 minutes, had to ask...More