I had the seafood chowder and I can say that this is the best you get in Limerick - I have tried many many chowders. The place is small and cosy with a fireplace, appreciated in the cold months. The rest of the food is nothing special and is more like your normal pub grub. The fish gratin is not as good as the chowder and the deep fried basket with sausages and blood pudding is ok, but it is all deep fried and loses it's "freshness" and it could almost have been anything anywhere else deep fried. Go for the chowder. Look forward to return in Summer time when the open air terrace can be used overlooking the river.