First visit with my family. With English/Irish roots, we have a high standard for anyone calling their pub Irish.
Long line up out front? Don't despair. There's a good turn over rate and the bus boy clears and scrubs tables clean in 70 seconds (he was a blur).
Our choices: curry waffle chips as a shared appy (wow), Chessie's crab mac 'n cheese (a nice sharp Irish cheddar), Cally Shannon burger (with avocado, Irish cheddar, etc), Crab Cake Feast (choice of 1 or 2 cakes) with garlic mash and mixed veg, Irish Rover Ravioli, and the Poacher Boy salmon broiled in a Guinness glaze, topped with mango salsa, with garlic mash and a fresh tasty coleslaw.
Despite being very busy, our meals were delivered quickly and piping hot.
Frozen lemonade drinks for the girls were refreshing but very much on the sweet side rather than the expected tart side.
My Guinness was an exemplary pour. Complete with shamrock on the head.
We are here to end of the week and will absolutely return.
The only disappointments?
1. I didn't leave room to try the bread pudding, and
2. finding out they're not open for breakfast.
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