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We called here for late lunch and we were pleased with the choices on offer: roast lamb dinner, fish & chips and steak & kidney pie to name a few. Very popular place with easy parking too. There was entertainment on which was an added...More
We went here for dinner on Saturday night with our son and daughter-in-law and our grand-daughter who were staying in their motorhome by the lake. It was quiet at 19.15 but filled up quickly, table reservation is advised. We were made very welcome by mine...More
Bar newly decorated.Cosy woodburning stove and wonderful views.
Great value 3 course Sunday lunch for 14 euros!Main course served with three fresh excellently cooked vegetable plus roasties etc.
Good beer,cider and service.
Will be taking friends for this soon.
Very close to a real British pub catering to a predominantly Brit clientele. The food is standard "pub grub" . The gammon steak even comes with pineapple which evoked memories. There is beer but sadly no real ale which would make it really heaven. Service...More
was not very busy when we entered,ordered fish and chips and gammon and chips,food arrived very quickly,and was hot and tasty,washed down with a pint of kilkenny irish beer,very nice!
will definately return!
The music was fantastic provided by 'No Direction', however, the sevice at the bar was poor and slow, prices had been inflated for the evening and the beer was mediocre. The food service was slow and we had to cancel our food order as it...More
With very few places to eat in the area, an average place for a captive audience. Food wasn't too bad but menu and final product reminiscent of a Weatherspoon's in the UK. The fish and chips was tasty but I could have eaten it twice....More
This restaurant /cafe/bar by the lake provides a taste of England for many of the ex-pat locals. It does not pretend to offer haute cuisine but the food as as good as many of the chains of pubs in the UK. Wetherspoons etc.