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Visited here twice over the weekend, sat upstairs first night, downstairs second night. The staff were very friendly and attentive. Good choice of drinks. The place is grubby, especially upstairs. Looks very very dated, very early 90s. Needs a redec ASAP.
Spent fifteen minutes in here last weekend, during which time items were thrown across the room at different groups of boorish stags and an elderly, local gentleman returned from the toilet with his trousers around his ankles. At no point was any of this behaviour...More
Stopped in here to watch the football. They offered several of the matches being shown on TV on different screens around the pub. The pub was the typical Irish pub you find abroad. The staff were friendly and there were plenty of seats.
The clue is in the title, this pub was what you expect from an Irish pub abroad, not particularly clean and dark and sticky 😆 we had to sit upstairs because downstairs was booked out which was fine and the pub is worth a visit!...More
We were craving for fish & chips, and were happy to find this place!. We were there around 8 pm with our one-year-old. There weren't so many people, so we could choose the table that was good for the trolley as well. We weren't sure...More
We spent an afternoon here drinking whilst watching the football on the many TV screens. Great service from the staff and the drinks were brought out as requested in a prompt manner. Great time had by all.
Had the best time at this pub the staff were excellent especially our waitress Sabine! Nothing was a chore and she was very polite/friendly and even supplied milk when I couldn’t handle the spicey fish and chips! Highly Recommended.