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A fun place to relax and grab a beer. A very Irish atmosphere with old world charm. Try the Kingswood cider to die for and chili soup spot on.Fish and chips are terrible and the fish cakes bland. So be somewhat selective.
the staff were brilliant it must be said,....but the food leves a lot to be desired....fish & chips ...chips were like cardboard ,roast chicken with "roast potatoes and spring vegetables" were deep fried baby potatoes and served with a tossed salad instead of veg arggh..and...More
Well, people go to The James Joyce for many good reasons.
My reason is to drink beer and eat french fries with cheddar outsite the pub at the table under the trees in quiet nice street in downtown of Prague. In summer. In winter I...More
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