The place is nice - lots of dark wood, with ridiculously high side benches - but a touch cavernous and the light level too low, in imitation of a London or Dublin pub, which it doesn't quite manage. The choice of beer is good, but not the best in town. Service is good. The food was hearty, not what you would call subtle (and some might call it heavy), but appetising enough. I preferred O'Niell's Irish pub further West on Central, but pub-lovers should try both, and preferences will vary.