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You may be fooled by the Irish flags and bits and pieces but don't be. Irish this is not. One rude bar man who couldn't speak English talking to one other couple .
No minerals for the kids and beer was so bad we walked...More
A place for a pint if your desperate.. which I was. A choice of 6 local beers available on taps that worked, plus of course a couple of imports from Ireland.
Lancelot's Blanche Hermine was my choice, branded as a IPA, but nothing like it.....More
Always avoid Irish and English pubs like the plague when on holiday. However, Hubby fancied a pint of Guinness....just the one though at €7.90 per pint! Very poky with lots of the usual tat hanging from ceiling and all over the walls. Musty smell which...More
Excellent wee family run pub. Owner and his wife were so friendly, we ended up sharing Guinness and the owner's desert (peaches and Grand Marnier) at the bar - perfect pub if you're alone in a strange town. Start the owner talking about rugby and...More