We came on the Rural Pub Tour so we didn't see the music but it was a quaint pub! Not too crowded because it was a Wed but very authentic Irish.
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This is a great place, fresh food with great flavour, lovely efficient staff x great buzz. We went about 5 pm x luckily got a table 10 mins later too late.. music at weekends if a big crowd book parlour table..
Great food at a great price.... Better than Johnny foxes anyday. Easy to find and the staff are very nice... Would recommend it to people wanting to have a nice lunch and great views of dublin.
Thanks for the review and delighted you enjoyed your visit and the views. Between ourselves and Johnnie Fox's there are some excellent choices for lunch in the mountains. See you again soon!
Great atmosphere, service and food. I ordered chicken liver pate for starter and chicken for main. All very well served and tasty.
This place is set up for bus groups so they pack the people in. The food was wonderful but took forever to get served. Entertainment started long before we had finished eating. I had a goat cheese dish, trout & apple dessert. Plus Irish coffee....More
Excellent food. Fast service. Too many people in such a place. It's hard to eat and uncomfortable ... Due to too many people the staff is not too friendly, they simply have too much work .. overloaded !!
We had a large party who met there for dinner and we all enjoyed good service and excellent meals. Wish we could have caught some of their famous music and dance show. We had starters through entrees and everyone was happy with their meals.
Stopped in here for a quick pint and some food after a game of golf.The Guinness was good and we decided to get some wings to share. The wings were very good with good sized portions. Staff are friendly but it's a busy spot so...More