Good pub food - may be the best in the town, chowders, fish and chips, soups, guiness etc. No fine cuisine but good basic pub food.
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When we walked in the door it was Thursday evening at 8 pm and the restaurant/bar was buzzing, the smell of food was delicious and we were seen to immediately. Staff very helpful and we met Manager John and Owner who were both amazing. We...More
I ate at the Cornerstone in the last couple of weeks. The food was lovely and tasty, but the staff were dreadful. They threw the menu at me and my girlfriend, washed away while telling us the specials. They never returned after the main course...More
Called to the Corner Stone licensed premises. The minute you set foot inside the door you feel the great atmosphere. Food was fabulous, guinness excellent. The place is kept spotless no matter how busy they are. Michael, thw owner, is a gentleman and makes time...More
We went during weekend so it was pretty busy. However staff were efficient and we didn't have to wait for too long. The mussels on the menu looks great unfortunately they ran out of it. We have chicken wings for starter instead and it was...More
My wife and I both had the fish and chips. We both enjoyed it greatly. We also enjoyed the atmospher of the pub/restaurant.
Really enjoyed our visit here and the food was of excellent quality. The service was very good and woukd visit again.
This restaurant never dissapoints and always come here to eat after looking at the sea for a while, this place offers meals for all familys and the classic irish meals
Very busy place so may be waiting for a table but I suppose this can be expected for this time of the summer. Nice food and pleasant staff.
Had evening meal here with my husband and two kids. The kids were very hungry after a long days walking and thoroughly enjoyed their lasagne and fish goujons. My husband had the catch of the day which was cod and I had the fish cakes,...More