My husband and I happened to be in this pub on a Sunday lunch time. It was really busy and the roasts looked gorgeous, we were on half board so did not need a big dinner however after seeing the food we decided to go for Fish and Chips on the Friday and it was excellent. The chips were all home made and not frozen, the fish was excellent and it's all served with mushy peas and curry sauce. The food was fantastic however the Guinness in there is also good! Try it! My husband and I had 2 pints of Guinness each, Fish and Chips and it came to nearly 40 euros, not cheap but well worth a visit.
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