I don't know why, but Wifi is still a rarity in Ireland. Many of the places we visited would either not have it or claim to have it then shrug their shoulders feigning surprise when it didn't work. I get that we are supposed to rest and relax and unplug. It's encouraged, but every now and then you just want to be able to connect. They have solid wifi here. They also have pleasant staff and solidly good food. Not 4 star Michelin, but you didn't come to Ireland to be wowed by the food did you? Good food, fresh vegetables and you'll get a snarl if you question whether any of the food is genetically modified. The Irish are far wiser than us on this front and are vigilant about keeping foods au natural. They also are more than generous in their vegetable portions, often being at least as large as the entree, if not larger.
I had the burger and chips, but I wished I had tried one of the specials of the day. Remember that here, the specials are the freshest of the fresh, so enjoy the standards if you must, but then go for something off the menu of the day. That goes for all restaurants we encountered in Ireland. As for this one, the decor was warm and the prices were really fair. They don't start serving until noon and stop serving at 8pm promptly, so be sure to give yourself plenty of time to enjoy it. We were starting to get used to the locals habit of dining late, so we missed the opportunity for dinner there, but I'd go back in a heartbeat. I'm sure I will on my next visit out there in the fall.