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My family has tried to make it a point o support local restaurants during this time. Inishmor would not take my order?? Called at 1:20 for pick up at 3:30. The waitress said no- call back at 3, and pretty much hung up on me....What if the reason I was calling at 1:30 was because I cannot call back at 3:00? Waitress was rude. Guess they do not need the business????More
We like the Inishmore, it is low key and local. The food is OK. The biggest problem we have is the speed of service. Now, if it is crowded and say St. Patrick's day, then DUH it will be slow. However, we have been there...numerous times when it is way past peak and can at times have trouble flagging a server down.More
My son took me to Inishmore for a Celebration Birthday lunch. Our sandwiches and fries were hot and freshly cooked. Our fried pickle chips were tasty but had too much salt. It was a cold day so any of the two tables near the door...were very drafty. If possible, it would be great if the half wall could be extended to keep out winter chills.More
As stated, on all levels this is an average restaurant for prices, food, ambience, service and menu. While busy, it didn't appear to be a crowd; but that may have caused what I'd call a lengthy wait for the order to arrive.
While we had to wait because Friday night was very busy, it was worth the wait. The Shepherds pie was the real deal and the serving was more than enough. The fried pickles were addicting. The Guinness was the right temperature. We will definitely return...and hopefully when the music is there. The staff was excellent and attentive.More
We visited the Irishmore Pub during the Christmas holiday, the Pub was packed and we still received excellent service and the food was excellent. I would definitely return next time I visit Colchester.
Food was so good we went two nights in a row. First night I had the crab cake and it was the best! Better than what I have had at seafood towns. Hubby had the fish & chips and it was also very good. Night...two I had the Mac & cheese with corned beef and he had the corn beef & cabbage. We also had the homemade pretzels & beer cheese both night, really delicious. Farm to table restaurant, everything was so fresh. Great beer & cider selection with a full bar.More
Food was good and portions were large. They had a great beer selection. And it's always fun when there is live music! We were a party of 8, so our service was a little slow, but our waitress was super friendly and stayed on top...of things at our table as best as she could.More