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All reviews fish and chips burger tartlet ham mash chicken wicklow mountains ideal for families picturesque village smoked haddock stopped for lunch light batter pub food friendly service local beer en route fantastic food
By chance we stopped here in the way back from glendalough, This is a very busy place we were lucky and got a table we both had a mains of chicken burger and chips it was amazing staff were busy but friendly I'll def go...More
Stopped for lunch while hiking Wicklow. Had an outstanding meal in a proper Irish pub. I had the fish and chips, wife had the chicken sandwich. Both were delicious, as were the chips. Atmosphere was great as well - lots of history adorning the walls.
We were recommended to visit this place while were staying in B&B near by.
It is very nice pub/restaurant.
Food was great, service efficient, the atmosphere warm and relaxing.
Overall we had great experience while staying near by.
We stopped about 4pm during a stunning drive through the beautiful Wicklow mountains.
We just randomly selected this historic hostelry and were very glad we did.
We ordered the shepherd's pie and I had the smoked haddock in cream sauce.
Both were delicious! The lamb...More
Stopped for lunch here. Nice staff and relaxed atmosphere. The food? My wife had a goat cheese sallad that she liked but my chicken burger was not great. Chicken, lots of sauce and that was it. The fries were not chrispy and spent to much...More
Upon the recommendation of our B & B owner, our group of 7 visited here as our first supper in Ireland. This did not disappoint!!! We had the most incredible fish and chips, seafood chowder and meal! The rest of the restaurants we visited had...More
We had a wonderful visit, brings back the centuries of serving locals and visitors with great pub fare and atmosphere. Moderately priced, you can imagine the tales being told by the regulars over the years.