Burnt to a crisp. Perhaps the worst fish and chips ever experienced. Whatever happened to good pub meals?
1 - 10 of 84 reviews
Friendly staff and plenty of room. We enjoyed a few drinks while taking refuge from the weather and were quite comfortable thanks guys.
I popped into P.J O'Reilly's for a nightcap and a late night snack at 8.45pm. Dinner was finished but bar snacks were ongoing. I selected deep fried pork belly - a mere $15.00 - and was suitably impressed. The range of Pale Ales on tap...More
I went to this Irish pub with a couple of work mates. It has a nice looking décor, though when we went along it was quite empty and so it lacked much in the way of atmosphere. Still, the food was okay. I had the...More
Called in here for a quick drink after shopping. Loved the decor very hip and funky. Very relaxed would have liked to stay longer. Bar staff were very easy on the eye also.
Three of us were staying for over a week in a hotel along the street, so this was an obvious place to go for a meal and some beer. It could have become our regular for several return visits. I have to say I was...More
A friend and I both ordered a main at the same time. She had finished hers by the time mine arrived which wasn't good. Quality and quantity of food was fine (we both ordered from the schnitzel selection) and the prices were good. Service, apart...More
All, Was a long time customer, until this evening. Over the past few months the basics have been glossed over for a hospitality business. Granted, they are gearing up for better things if you listen to the scuttlebutt, but based in the last few months...More
I enjoyed my meal at PJ O'Reilly's - a chicken burger with chips. My friend indulged in the Kim Beazley, a rather fancier burger. Mine, with avocado, lettuce, tomato and cheese was exactly what I wanted: not too overwhelming, with fresh salad and succulent chicken...More