We very much enjoyed our pint after the Guiness tour and it might be the best view of Dublin. It does get quite crowded and noisy though.
My friend and I had walked from the city centre to the Docklands Riverfest, beyond the Samuel Beckett bridge. A long walk on a very warm sunny day! However, we enjoyed the few tall ships and the general atmosphere round about and then decided it was time to rest our weary legs somewhere with some good food available too. We... More
Have fun place with friends, had a band playing while we were there. We did not try entrees but appetizers are irelishous.
Close to the theatre, next to Maldron's Hotel, Pint of Guiness 5 Euros. Meals were a carvery, one or two courses, 10.95 or 15 euros. Nice bar with lots of TVs. Free wifi at hotel and bar
Had dinner there on the 9th January before going to see Oliver at the Bord Gais Theatre and have to give them 100% for food, ambience and the sheer helpfulness of the staff. Initial disappointment at the menu having changed and there being a carvery instead was soon dispelled by all of the above - oh and whatever coffee they're... More
We had dinner in the Bar and food was perfect. My only niggle was the fact that menu's outside, beside the reception area did not match with what was on offer inside. But that is only a niggle, not a reflection on the food or service.
If you fancy just head for the pizza or the ceasar salad. The rest is not worth the money. Waiting time of 50min and poor food. At the end they even forgot the side salad we ordered.
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