The establishment advertises itself as "Irish" and the food (at least the breakfast items) as imported from Ireland. This is what caused my wife and myself to go to "breakfast" there. First let down the don't open until 11am. We waited in the area, which was beautiful in 19C weather. On our return we found the place very rundown and not like any pub we have ever been in in Ireland. Breakfast, when it arrived consisted of beans (from a tin) one sauceage which tasted like nothing Irish, Two eggs which were fine, and delicious toast. Noe for the "rashers" They may have been Irish at some time but were obviously freezer burned. Overall there was nothing "Irish" and the food was lousy. Any Irish native, (and both of us are) would be embarrassed by the whole atmosphere. I am sure that this place would be condemned in Ireland.
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