Well organised St Patrick's day celebration-lots of Irish dancing, music and Guinness - pub style food menu
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Ideally situated when traffic is a nightmare to pull off and have a light meal and a couple of drinks with friends.
Hvaing heard legends of the Keg pubs from way back when, I was pretty excited to find out there was one really close to where we stay. We went a couple of times in the afternoon and found a beer we liked and a chilled...More
Nice place - good food and they also had a band playing over the weekend. Hubby says the steak was perfect. Staff are very friendly.
Good inexpensive beer, solid food service, decent atmosphere. The local guys I worked with here eat lunch there, and that says a lot given all of the other places to eat in the area.
We went with colleagues for a farewell and I was worried she( The Filly) might be looking a little tired after all these years , but hand it to Keg for quick and humorous waiters ,swift service and great bar snacks..
A pleasant pub with a good choice of beers, cocktails and food, and generally good service. Several screens showing a wide variety of sport (cricket, rugby, football) and a good atmosphere in general. Our evening was spoiled slightly by the waiter questioning his tip.
We recently moved into the area where the pub is located. We have not had time to sample the food yet, but what a great pub. Staff are friendly, prices are reasonable and management (Tracy) is exceptional, with a personal touch like few other. I...More
Like most Kegs, as this one is part of a chain, this is a decent enough place where you can rely on pleasant service, good pub grub and lots of sports on tv. The food can be rich and creamy, be aware when you order....More