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Came here for a quick pint and a bite to eat (7th march day time) and have came across the worst bar person ever no manners no raport with customers... clearly does not want to be there DONT GO HERE... poorly poured pints and shocking...More
A visit to the oldest pub I’ve ever been in (1630) was a must on our recent trip to Ireland from Australia with our late teen sons. We’d just finished the City sightseeing bus tour and after being suitably froze on the open upper deck...More
Visited yesterday with my husband for bite to eat and some drinks. Ordered steak sandwich with sweet potato fries. Order arrived with chips instead so informed waitress who rectified order. Began eating steak, which was cold, so informed waitress who apologised and took it back...More
Used to drink here as a pit stop. Always loved here. Haven't been in a while and came here for a few before moving on to the next one but was sadly let down by how much it has changed. Door men were cheeky to...More
Easy to miss Belfast's oldest tavern but well worth finding for a drink, hearty food and cosy atmosphere. We had chowder, Irish stew and chicken goujons. All better than expected - the batter on the goujons was as good as anywhere, light, crispy and very...More
We had about 2 hours in Belfast before we headed back to Dublin, and after some light shopping we decided the best place to grab a pint in town was probably the oldest. We didn't eat anything here, so my review is not based on...More
My Partner and I have visited Whites quite a few times over the past few years, and really appreciate the cosy welcoming atmosphere and staff. However on our last two visits in the past year, the food has been way below par. When I complained...More