Hubby and l were going to concert in the Oddysey and decided at the last minute to make a nite of it and eat out as well. Given it was a last minute decision and Xmas do's were in full swing we couldn't get a...More
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Great traditional food, good atmosphere and a perfect pint of Guinness, a definitely worth a visit and a stones throw from the Big Blue fish!
We visited here on Saturday 18th November - There were five of us. We all thoroughly enjoyed our meals. Excellent service too - I was really pleased with the service we received. Would definitely recommended and can't wait to revisit!
Booked a table for 6.30pm on Sunday evening. On presentation of the menus we were given an exhaustive list of dishes that were sold out. I ordered fish pie, it was mostly potato cubes, carrot & minimal pieces of white fish. It sounds exactly the...More
Ce vieux pub est tout d'abord très agréable et très typique. Les dîners y sont copieux. Nous y avons goûté leur "hot rock steaks", délicieux et vous êtes du coup en charge de la cuisson. J'y ai également pris un délicieux "sticky toffee pudding". Le...More
Must put their peppercorn sauce out with a f*ing tea spoon. Ordered a seafood chowder and it had mainly carrots and basically no seafood. People always speak so highly of the food here I disagree. Not worth the money at all to be honest. Won't...More
Came here today for lunch with family ,ordered chicken wings and mussels for starters to share ,the chicken wings were very good .mussels were just ok ,I had steak on the stone and it was very good ,other food ordered was fish and chips ,was...More
Just situated on Queens St jyst over the footbridge over the river it is the 1st pub you come to Very old pub dated from 1716 (the year not the time) Serves original irish beers lagers and whiskies Nice outside seating area Food available Staff...More
The sign outside states that it is Belfast's oldest bar, though it does not look that old. It was just around the corner from our hotel, so we gave it a try for our evening meal. We were shown to a small table in the...More