We had fish and chips here for our first Irish meal out. Delicious food, friendly service, fun atmosphere.
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Hungry, we walked around looking and asking "where to eat" when we saw the King's Head and said YES! Glad we did... OLD beautiful building with much character and very friendly staff. The hamburger was delicious and our fish &chips - fantastic. so much so,...More
The bistro is often busy and for good reason, I've yet to be disappointed by the food here. It's good traditional ingredients from local suppliers but there is a flair to some of the dishes too that shows there's some talent in the kitchen. Try...More
The main reason to go to this pub is the history and atmosphere. It dates back to the 17th century, and has a good history to go with it. But, the tradeoff is that drinks are really quite expensive relative to the rest of the...More
Stopped for late lunch , 7 in tow. Found us a table with no problem. Pretty big place, lots of little different rooms. The brisket, falafel pita and club sandwich all excellent. The chowder was a little salty and the hamburger came well-done
Visited about 9 pm with friends to experience Irish music we heard from the street. What a treat! 4 Musicians and 2 step dancers were incredible. We only sampled drinks but could see food being delivered to tables. Loud and boisterous atmosphere but that was...More