I sought Irish food as an alternative to the norm. Good choices and good beer variety. I chose chose the fish and chips. Fish and chips cooked great. Slaw was good but amount was less than acceptable. Ok.
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We came upon this bar and restaurant as we were strolling around the centre we were so glad we did. The friendliest welcome great atmosphere and lovely food. So good we went back the next day for a spot of lunch. Excellent.
St. James's Gate Irish Pub is off the main drag on Wolf Street in downtown Banff. We found it by accident and were so glad we did! Terrific ambiance, as most of this pub was built in Ireland and then transported to the area at...More
We were a party of 5 for dinner. The hostess wasn't very welcoming- she took us to a dirty table and didn't come back to clean it or apologize that it was dirty. Truth be told she wasn't very well turned out either. The food...More
The smoke from the forest fires wasn't that bad on the Saturday we visited so we walked around and stepped into the inviting pub atmosphere. Hostess thankfully seated us at a table from which the CFL game was visible. Service was excellent and the pub...More
Me and my boyfriend came here because the food smelled amazing. I ordered the steak and genius pie and my boyfriend ordered the cottage pie.both were exactly what I needed a nice warm Hearty meal that was delicious. The service was good and so was...More
Fell upon this pub one Thursday evening whilst staying in Banff and mighty glad we did!! The food & service were excellent but the icing on the cake had to be the entertainment. A solo guitarist played the most incredible range of music which got...More
Pros: Fast service. Good menu selection. Good location. Tasty fish and chips. Cons: Portion sizes are tiny, only 1 small piece of fish in the fish and chips.
Great food and service. Had fish and chips. Everyone at our table loved the food and cold beer. My friend loved loved the mac and cheese with bacon.