Went here while visiting relatives in the town. Had a good meal and some good ale here. Was a good afternoon.
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Not only a great atmosphere and the best pint in town but also great food and a great coffee. Friendly excellent staff. Definatley worth popping in.
As soon as you walk in the very friendly staff make you feel wanted. We ordered salmon and a fish basket, both were very tasty. Of course we had to have a Guinness each, as you do in an Irish pub, well worth a visit.
Three for lunch. Friendly welcome. Good atmosphere / surroundings - altho very " hot cooking oil" smell pervadied from kitchen into eating area. Good menu selection- one of us chose steak- generous portions of chips and salad- he was well satisfied. Two of us ordered corn stacks. which turned out to be sparse greens/ bacon on side of three very flat stodgy corn fritters( microwaved?) that had only a floury taste. left on plate- disappointing at $18. Our mistake not to complain to staff at the time however having since had a meal of light eggy corn-filled fritters at another café. perhaps this may give Kelly's Bar pause to look at their fritter recipe!
We called in for a bite. Nice atmosphere to the place, good friendly service. Pub meal type of food but it was nice, well presented and tasty. Good value. Well done.