Sufni is a ruins pub that serves food. If you are not familiar with ruins pubs, you are missing a cultural experience. These generally are pubs that spring up sometimes on a temporary basis wherever there is an abandoned building. When the building is razed, the pub closes or moves elsewhere.
Sufni means 'shed' and the interior looks like someone's storage shed exploded with everything in it sticking to the walls. There is a large shaded open air section for the smokers in the back of the pub. There are multiple rooms and an upstairs to roam, wander, and explore.
I have not eaten here, because for me this is more of a pub than a restaurant. Though they do serve food, I have never seen anyone eating a meal on any of my many visits. The draft beer is good and relatively inexpensive. It is self-service - order at the bar.
There are no hours posted outside making this a hit and miss type of place. You just have to try and see if you can catch the doors open. If not, Foghaz is right next door.
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