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The place combines Indian restaurant and a pub.
I didn't taste the Indian menus so can comment on it.
The pub itself is lack of the environment, barman is not friendly at all.
Large variety of beer from tap.
So no good not bad. Just...More
We looked at their menu online and called in to order. When we went to pick up the food, was told the price on the website was old, they cannot honor the website.
I am a vegan ordered a Curry Tofu, and found a piece...More
Went here for early dinner with my sister. Irish tavern appearance with Indian dining attached. Our food was awesome. The craft beer on tap was good. The bartender was very nice. Would definitely visit again.
We ate in a lot of restaurants and eateries during our trip to America and we both agreed that the Indian food that was got in Kennedys Irish Pub, SF was the best we had during our trip.
The bar itself was ok and the...More
A group of us (6) just wandered in and were greeted like long lost friends. Food was great and there was live music and we ended dancing with other patrons. The next night we returned and were given complimentary dessert. The service was top class.
We were looking for Indian cuisine, and found this gem 5 minutes from Fisherman's wharf up Columbus. This medium size restaurant surrounded by the Irish pub, hosts around 50 guests in the main room, there is a party room and a terrasse. This Indian family...More
Great tasting Indian food with a pint of Guinness in America this is great! They have a great menu and the quality of cooking is great. I did find the food a tad spicy than I am used to I am used to the British...More
We didn't actually drink here, but ate at the Indian restaurant attached to Kennedy's. Although the food was really good, I only gave it a 3pt. rating because the service was atrocious, even by other Indian restaurant standards.
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