We stopped here for a quick drink after the giants causeway. The pub itself is charming and seats outside also. The Pinot I had was lovely and a massive glass! We didn't get food but from what I saw it looked amazing and fresh!
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This started as a school in the 1800's and is now a restaurant. It is right before the visitor center for the Giant's Causeway. My wife had the seafood chowder and I had the Irish stew. Both were delicious
Called for a quick lunch in this converted schoolhouse near the giants causeway. My husband had the beef and Guinness pie and I had the scampi. Both were small portions in fact I had six pieces of scampi which wasn't quite heated through to the...More
Four of us had lunch before going next door to the Giants Causeway, the sea food chowder was delicious, coffee and sandwiches went down a treat, great food and service.
Easy to access, easy to park good pub fare and fantastic view of the coast. Access website for their hours; they closed early. Ordering is self serve but they will bring it to you. Complete bar. Indoor and outdoor tables. Friendly service.
We hiked almost two hours to reach the Giant's Causeway. This was a perfect ending to refresh and reward yourself. Nice selection of tap beers plus a full bar and food if you need it. Nice place.
Great place, very nice food in a very nice setting great for getting out of the wind and cold when waiting for your tour coach to arrive back
Hi. Thanks for reading. Unfortunately I write this review with a heavy heart. I say that because as a local this is one of my favourite places for a post walk lunch with my partner, her son and my dogs and has been for many...More