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We ordered fish and chips - no seasoning, no tartar and no mushy peas. They had 15 pieces of pre cooked fish when we came in to order, so it's not really fresh. For a place that claims to have the best fish and chips...More
The fish had some remaining skin, also it was some kind of spicy red thing on it. Fries were almost raw and had huge amount of oil, also the onion rings were burned too much. It was a terrible experience.
I'm a wheelchair user... Got to the door and there's a large step... Fair enough... It's an old building in an old part of Dublin... No menu outside, so I managed to get the attention of the guy behind the counter and asked him for...More
I recently ordered a cod and chips for 4 for delivery from the Naas shop and to make a long story short, the delivery took nearly an hour for a ten minute drive. As a result the food was stale by the time it was...More
Best get a take away. Pricy for overcooked fish . But we sat inside and 2 females in our party used the Toilets, They said the filth and dust and dirt was disgusting. No way had they been cleaned in a very long time.
I visited while in Dublin for the weekend with my sister and we had seen the reviews and recommendations for this place. We didn't go out of our way to visit but did have it on our list so popped in when we ended up...More
We came here as it was close to our hotel and heard the reputation. The staff were really friendly and we got a huge portion. Staff were a bit stingy with the salt and vinegar so it was a bit bland. Also kind of expensive....More