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This pub attracts a wide variety of people and features great music and drinks. This traditional old Irish bar dates back to the early 18th century and has claims to be the city's oldest bar still in existence. There is a lovely traditional mahogany...more
Massive portions of delicious home cooked food...made the mistake of having a starter!!
The food is delicious and freshly made...the roasts and Guinness pie were massive and very tasty.
As seems to be the case for all Belfast the staff are ultra friendly and welcoming!...More
Staff very friendly- our servers Tara and Holly were great. Lovely sense of humour and very helpful. My husband ordered pork belly which unfortunately was not good- very little pork, mainly fat. When this was pointed out, his plate was removed and replaced with a...More
Last night went here for dinner which we have done for the last few years my husband mum and aunt to have Christmas dinner I can honestly say I will never be back our food arrived stone cold so we sent it back it did...More
Don't eat here terrible food orderd the bangers and mash.Sausages looked raw and a really small portion wountnt have even be called a child's portion as it was so small . Don't order a cocktail it was £10.95 for the bangers and mash and £8.00...More
Okay sat in the morning star at the moment after having a totally fantastic meal. The service and ambiance of the place is the best we have encountered whilst in Belfast. I had the oysters and pork belly, Hubbie had spicy chicken and burger to...More