Walked a little bit further out of the main centre but glad we did. Gorgeous old Dublin pub. We went for lunch and both had the fresh and smoked fish chowder with Guinness bread - oh my life - yum.. Nice thick chowder, loads of...More
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Full Irish breakfast was outstanding. The black pudding was great, as was the white pudding that I have never tasted before. The service from the staff was great. The lady was friendly and had a great attitude. Highly recommended!!
Our accommodation was next to this pub and it was the first one to visit in our stay in Dublin. The prices are amazing compared with any other pub in Dublin we visited, like 10€-15€ less per person for the same dishes. The service is...More
I visited this restaurant twice during my stay, and I still wish I could've come back a third time. I had the fresh and smoked fish chowder on my first visit, which was phenomenal. My server was absolutely delightful and quick! I came back again...More
Never actually ate here because they were rude from the moment we walked into the place! They had a large party coming in an hour after and we were told this by two different servers. We sat for 10 minutes without a single person coming...More
I visited O'shea's on a late Tuesday night expecting it to be quiet but they had a school visiting and having dinner there. The waitress was very sweet and was doing a great job of helping the 30 some kids as well as myself. She...More