We stayed in the hotel but the Cellar was full last night so we came back for lunch. And I'm so glad we did. Warm, quiet and cosy; we easily found a waitress who was helpful, with good ideas and a friendly smile. I had...More
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We came in with no reservations, the place was slammed and we waited in the bar over an hour for a table. Our fault! The food was excellent when we finally ate.
We were without a reservation and told over the phone that they were full. However we had a good welcome and a table soon was ready. The two fish dishes we had were well cooked tasty and reasonably priced. Service was cheerful and prompt despite...More
Stopped here for a bowl of vegetable soup and a brew. The bar is separate from the restaurant part, and both rooms are cozy and nicely decorated. It's an upscale vibe, but a warm one. Service was very professional. Prices were a bit high. I...More
Wife and I have stopped here twice this year travelling from Cork to Dublin. Food is really good and well worth a try. Two main courses and a glass of wine clocked in at €39.50, €45 with tip, cannot fault that. We will definitely we...More
I am a visitor from the UK and was taken here by family as Baileys has a reputation for good food. I had the Steak Sandwich served with hand cut chips. The steak was stringy and the chips were under cooked. I asked the waitress...More
Definitely worth a visit, the food is really excellent, its a busy eatery and well worth a visit for a more upmarket meal or a special occasion.
Waitresses were super accommodating even though we hadn't reserved a table! I was super happy with my soup, and the rest of my family enjoyed their full meals, waiting time was a bit long but that was understandable considering it was so busy, definitely would...More