Great fun place with lots of live music and occasional comedians (and thats not the locals - although it could be!).
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This is a loverly pub that is great to have a well deserved break in when you have had enough of walking the streets of Belfast. The staff are very friendly and the bar meals are very good.
Very relaxed central spot to enjoy tasty freshly prepared pub grub and soak in the new Belfast at the oldest building! Good service. One Fish chowder and one chicken strips with drinks are recommended and total bill of £15:00 felt good value. Sunny day, my...More
Having lived in Belfast many years ago, it's always nice to meet up on the ol town to catch up with close friends . We went to an old watering hole (McHugh's) and after a few pints the 3 of us needed food in an...More
We had a very nice meal in the upstairs restaurant, the ham hock was excellent, just a shame that it was very noisy with the music coming from downstairs. Food very good but service just ok.
Great place to grab a drink. Bar staff are very friendly and the bar has a vast range of whiskeys and brandys to try! Some tours do stop here for lunch so it can be tricky getting a table but more then fine visiting for...More
Booked for family dinner. Great graduation menu, very busy venue with restaurant upstairs. Steak on stone great. Sadly we had a waitress who had no personality and was very grumpy. Chips greasy and portions small. Deserts all lovely. Normally fabulous but a touch disappointed tonight.
Friday 7th July evening meal with my wife recommended by locals Previous we had tried mchughes for pint and a bar lunch this time we decided the restaraunt upstairs Greeted with a warm belfast welcome we had a 3 course meal with 3 drinks each...More