Great atmosphere in the pub with beautiful views. Live music adds to the vibe.
We enjoyed the tapas, but the mains were disappointing. The nachos were drenched in smoked tomato salsa with chorizo and very little cheese. Just too many flavours on one plate.
The cream in the Irish coffee was sour, but the waiter had no problem bringing a fresh one though. We had a selection of sweet snacks, unfortunately the fudge and caramel popcorn tasted stale and the honeycomb was served in big chunks and very chewy. I would definitely visit this pub again with friends for cocktails and tapas, but not for dinner.
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