We decided to go to the bailey one Sunday for a dinner out as a family of 4. Immediate on reception we felt not welcomed as we were there with a buggy. The waitress was so unwelcoming it was embrassing. It was one o clock...More
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Definitely worth a visit, the food is really excellent, its a busy eatery and well worth a visit for a more upmarket meal or a special occasion.
Waitresses were super accommodating even though we hadn't reserved a table! I was super happy with my soup, and the rest of my family enjoyed their full meals, waiting time was a bit long but that was understandable considering it was so busy, definitely would...More
facing some strong opposition from new premises opening in Cashel but still the nicest and friendliness place in Cashel with good food at reasonable prices
We took the advise of a local and went for dinner. We received the usual warm Irish greeting as we stepped in. They were very busy so asked us to wait at the bar. 5 minutes later we had a good table. Service was excellent...More
We had lunch here with friends recently and found the food and service to be excellent. Would recommend Baileys to anyone.
Went here on the recommendation of the B&B owner where we are staying. The setting is a very warm wood paneled pub with comfortable seating. The menu has something for all including starters to share which is what we selected. The Baked Camembert for Two...More