Bit of a smelly pub, very expensive (£8 a pint). Ordered aperol spritz and they made it with soda water not prosecco. Wouldn't bother....
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We went in for food & drink, very pleasant staff & typically Irish decor. We ordered burger with chips & salad plus cocktails. The food was good plenty of it & presented very well. The only problem was that they brought my meal & forgot...More
We visited this pub in February, the bar man Roddy was a fellow Scot! Lovely man, made us lovely drinks and spoke to us the whole night, met some dancers from the Moulin Rouge who were also very friendly. Went a good few times and...More
Walking past the bar one night and heard the music, so we had to go in. Great atmosphere, music was 80's so loved it! Couple of bottles of red wine which wasn't too bad at 18 euros each and just a great night. We only...More
I came here for a couple of drinks, I really liked the atmosphere of this place and the bartender was really friendly; however, the alcohol they served us was not so good.. the prices were reasonable but I was somehow disappointed.