JWs looked busy when we passed by on a Wednesday evening, so we went in for a look. It is part of the Wyatt Hotel, with its own entrance. The set menu is available up to 9 pm. There was a very good choice. The...More
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An absolute gem! The quality never strays from their high standard, price is more than reasonable and all seafood is fresh. Staff engagement sometimes requires prompting as they’re definitely not rushed but the food will win you over. Tip: try the seafood chowder
Four of us had an excellent meal here in the week after Christmas. We ordered the 2-course meal for €20.00. We had a range of starters - smoked salmon, goats cheese and Cajun wings. Without a doubt, my Cajun wings were outstanding in quality, quantity...More
How nice is it to take your dog into the bar rather than leaving the poor craythur in the car? I have a lovely old collie who is as good as gold anyway, but I have to say, it made my evening that Patch was...More
Enjoyed a very nice dinner at JW's Brasserie. The service was friendly and attentive and the meal well prepared.
When I walk into a restaurant and 2 members of staff see you but ignore you without a word I would normally walk out. On this occasion I didn’t but probably should have. The food and service was very average. I think I expected better...More
Ate here twice during our stay food was lovely especially mussels and chowder but was very busy and unfortunately staff were rushing about and forgot a few things but would definitely go again.
We visited here for an early dinner on a not so busy Saturday. The food was lovely and presented well but the waiting staff left a lot to be desired. At one stage we were waiting for an insane amount of time for a simple...More