In the very middle of the city a traditional crowded pub with an excellent musician entertaining drinking and eating guys without being boring or noisy.
Maybe you’re you late to be the first in line, but don’t worry: a pint of beer waiting for your table will not add too much money to your bill which, for three people like us, was nearly seventy pounds. And food was very, very good.
We had two pots of steamed mussels for entrée; lamb stew, salmon à la cajun (both very well) and a tasty hamburger as main dishes, with french fries; One slice of Bailey cheese cake for dessert and one more pint of Guiness (plus the two we had waiting for the table).
Some delay (more than a short one between entrée and main dishes) but waitress very agreable..
Finally very good live music with a guitar man singing traditional and modern Irish songs.
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